The average house price for Cork city and county fell significantly following the financial crisis of 2008 and has only recently recovered to 2010 levels
The population of Cork fell dramatically after the census of 1841, but has recovered steadily in more recent years
The unemployment rate for the Southern region declined from the highs experienced following the financial crisis of 2008. Since 2012 it has decreased by about 12%
Cork is the largest county in Ireland. It is located in the south-west of the country, in the province of Munster, and covers a total area of xxx.xx. At the time of the census in xxxx, Cork had a total population of x,xxx,xxx people. This was a change of on the previous census of 2011, or
There are 2 local authorities whose remit encompasses the geographic area of the county and city of Cork. In May 2019, a boundary extension meant that Cork City grew to nearly five times its previous size.
Select a council on the map in the next section to see specific information.
covering an area of
The population determined by the census of 2016 was , compared to in 2011. This was .
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Cork Dashboard provides citizens, public sector workers and companies with real-time information, time-series indicator data, and interactive maps about all aspects of the city and county. It enables users to gain detailed, up to date intelligence about the city that aids everyday decision making and fosters evidence-informed analysis.
Data is pulled together from major sources -- including Cork City Council, Central Statistics Office, Eurostat, government departments and others, and includes links to a variety of existing external applications -- to provide interactive data visualisations. The underlying data is freely available, so others can undertake their own analysis and build their own applications and visualisations.