The DKM Regional Demographic Model allows for up-to-date national, regional and small scale population estimates and projections
Few areas of policy are unaffected by demographic issues. Equally, every business needs detailed knowledge of its target market: the size and composition of the population and labour force, geographic breakdown and socio-economic characteristics are all vitally important.
Keeping up with the flow of information and interpreting its impact on the market requires a detailed understanding of the data, including its strengths and limitations.
The DKM Regional Population Projection Model, which is updated quarterly to reflect the latest economic and demographic trends, generates population and household formation estimates and projections for Planning Regions down to Electoral Division level and individual towns over the medium and long term (to 2036).
Many DKM studies contain output from the Model, be it a social-economic description of the receiving area of a development or a projection of the number of households or the future labour force.
Demographic input into Railway Procurement Agency (RPA) Transport Model Update
Taxi Fare Review 2012
Croke Park Social, Economic, Business & Environmental Influences