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NUTS 2 statistical regions of the United Kingdom

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NUTS 2 statistical regions of the United Kingdom

In the NUTS (Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics) codes of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK), there are 37 level 2 statistical regions.


List of NUTS 2 statistical regions

NUTS 2 Code Region Description
UKC1 Tees Valley and Durham
UKC2 Northumberland and Tyne and Wear
UKD1 Cumbria
UKD3 Greater Manchester
UKD4 Lancashire
UKD6 Cheshire
UKD7 Merseyside
UKE1 East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire
UKE2 North Yorkshire
UKE3 South Yorkshire
UKE4 West Yorkshire
UKF1 Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire
UKF2 Leicestershire, Rutland and Northamptonshire
UKF3 Lincolnshire
UKG1 Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Warwickshire
UKG2 Shropshire and Staffordshire
UKG3 West Midlands (county)
UKH1 East Anglia
UKH2 Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire
UKH3 Essex
UKI1 Inner London
UKI2 Outer London
UKJ1 Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire
UKJ2 Surrey, East and West Sussex
UKJ3 Hampshire and Isle of Wight
UKJ4 Kent
UKK1 Gloucestershire, Wiltshire and Bristol/Bath area
UKK2 Dorset and Somerset
UKK3 Cornwall and Isles of Scilly
UKK4 Devon
UKL1 West Wales and The Valleys
UKL2 East Wales
UKM2 Eastern Scotland
UKM3 South Western Scotland
UKM5 North Eastern Scotland
UKM6 Highlands and Islands
UKN0 Northern Ireland

See also

External links

  • Official Eurostat website: NUTS 2 statistical regions of the United Kingdom.
  • Office for National Statistics: Relationship of NUTS areas to UK administrative Geographies


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