Rennes continues to develop. Based on figures from INSEE, the Breton capital has once more gained inhabitants: 6,955 extra between 2012 and 2017.
The INSEE figures show it once more this 12 months: Rennes continues to develop. The Breton capital has 216,815 inhabitants (at 1st January 2017). That’s 6,955 extra inhabitants than in 2012. Its inhabitants elevated by zero.7% per 12 months on common, in response to INSEE.
In a press launch, town specifies that to this determine, it’s needed so as to add the inhabitants “counted aside” (individuals whose foremost residence is positioned in one other municipality however who hold an deal with in Rennes), ie four,110 individuals. The ” whole inhabitants “ subsequently reaches 220,915 inhabitants. The evolution of the inhabitants from 2012 to 2017 “Exhibits an general enhance of + 2.32% in 5 years”.
“Lowest unemployment charge”
For the socialist mayor, Nathalie Appéré, “The town of Rennes is constant its managed improvement, marked by a slight enhance in its inhabitants. This improvement, as a lot as a result of pure stability as to the arrival of latest populations, is a part of the regional dynamic. “
The town continues to seduce “By its high quality of life”, in response to the chosen one, “By its unemployment charge on the lowest in ten years” and “By way of public insurance policies which goal to permit everybody to stay properly in Rennes”.
“Rennes Métropole confirms its dynamism”
The population in the peripheral municipalities literally explodes and makes Rennes metropolis, with its 447,000 inhabitants, occupy since this 12 months, the 12e rank of inhabitants of French intermunicipal associations.
For the president of Rennes Métropole, Emmanuel Couet, “Rennes Métropole confirms its dynamism, reflecting the attractiveness of the complete division. Our demographic development exhibits our capability to welcome those that want it, no matter their means. That is the that means of our native housing program that we have now simply strengthened. “
Demography. With 216,815 inhabitants, Rennes continues to be risingOuest-France.fr