Information about neighbourhood Brusselsepoort:

Population numbers per year
The number of inhabitants in neighbourhood Brusselsepoort in Maastricht in the Netherlands

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Population numbers in neighbourhood Brusselsepoort in Maastricht in the Netherlands for the years 2013 thru 2022.

The number of inhabitants is the number of persons as registered in the population register on January 1st.

Population at the map of neighbourhood Brusselsepoort
Map of the borough Buitenwijk West with the population per neighbourhood in 2022. This page shows a lot of information about residents (such as the distribution by age groups, family composition, gender, native or Dutch with an immigration background, ...), homes (numbers, types, price development, use, type of property, ...) and more (car ownership, energy consumption, ...) based on open data from the Dutch Central Bureau of Statistics and various other sources!

Map of the borough Buitenwijk West with the population per neighbourhood in 2022. The numbers at the map represent the following neighbourhoods: 1: Oud-Caberg, 2: Malberg, 3: Caberg, 4: Malpertuis, 5: Pottenberg, 6: Brusselsepoort, 7: Dousberg-Hazendans, 8: Belfort, 9: Mariaberg, 10: Daalhof.

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Average value of dwellings
The average of the house values in neighbourhood Brusselsepoort in Maastricht in the Netherlands

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Average dwelling value for the years 2013 thru 2022.

The house value is based on the average WOZ value for all dwellings in neighbourhood Brusselsepoort in Maastricht in the Netherlands. WOZ is the abbreviation for the Act of Immovable Property valuation. This value is determined yearly by the local government and used for several legal and taxation purposes.

Determination of the real estate value (WOZ value):
When determining the average dwelling value, only real estate objects are included that are registered as homes (main residence or home with practice space). The (provisional) average home value is determined with the valuation date of the previous year (this is based on the WOZ, the Real Estate Valuation Act).
Characteristics of the 2.496 dwellings in neighbourhood Brusselsepoort
Information about the homes in this region based on open data from the Dutch Central Bureau of Statistics. Overview image with 4 pie charts.

Percentages of home ownership, occupation, type and construction period.

Definitions of the characteristics of the dwellings in neighbourhood Brusselsepoort:

Houses by ownership:
Homes for sale are owned by the resident (s) or used as a second home. Rental houses are not occupied by the owner of the house. Rental homes are divided into (1) homes owned by a housing association or other institution. And (2) rental properties owned by companies, individuals and investors.
Houses by occupation:
A house is occupied if, according to the Personal Records Database, at least 1 person was registered at the corresponding address. All other homes are considered uninhabited.
Houses by type:
A house is defined as "multi-family" when it forms a whole building together with other houses or (business) spaces. This includes flats, gallery houses, ground floor and upstairs apartments, and apartments and houses above business premises. All other homes are defined as the "single-family" type.
Houses by contruction period:
The year of construction is the year in which a building containing a home was originally delivered. The construction period as used here has two possible values: (1) built in or after the year 2000 and (2) built before the year 2000.
Population per age group
The percentage of inhabitants per age group in neighbourhood Brusselsepoort in Maastricht in the Netherlands

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Neighbourhood Brusselsepoort, 2022, age groups.

Population, age groups: percentage of inhabitants per age category.

Civil status
Civil status: unmarried, married, divorced or widowed, Brusselsepoort

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Neighbourhood Brusselsepoort, 2022, civil status.

Population, civil status: percentage of inhabitants by civil status (see the explanation for the definitions of marital status, divorced and widowed).

Definitions civil status:
Persons who have never married or entered into a registered partnership.
The marital status married arises after a marriage has been concluded or after a registered partnership has been entered into. Married people also include persons who live separated from each other.
The status divorced arises after the dissolution of a marriage or registered partnership other than through the death of the partner. Persons who only live separately (and are still married or registered as partners) are considered to be married..
The civil status widowed arises after dissolution of a marriage or registered partnership due to the death of the partner.
Data about more than 100 topics!

The table below shows data for more than 100 topics as most recently available for neighbourhood Brusselsepoort in Maastricht in the Netherlands. Select a category to display the related topics:

Businesses total460number2021
Businesses agricultural forestry fishing0number2021
Businesses industry energy35number2021
Businesses trade catering85number2021
Businesses traffic information communications25number2021
Businesses financial service real estate15number2021
Businesses business services110number2021
Government, education, care115number2021
Businesses culture recreation other services75number2021
Average electricity usage total2.290average kWh2021
Average electricity usage appartment1.900average kWh2021
Average electricity usage terraced homes2.820average kWh2021
Average electricity usage corner homes2.710average kWh2021
Average electricity usage 2 under 1 roof homes2.890average kWh2021
Average electricity usage detached homes4.000average kWh2021
Average electricity usage rental homes2.020average kWh2021
Average electricity owner-occupied homes2.730average kWh2021
Average natural gas usage total1.330average m³2021
Average natural gas usage appartment1.170average m³2021
Average natural gas usage terraced homes1.510average m³2021
Average natural gas usage corner homes1.610average m³2021
Average natural gas usage 2 under 1 roof homes1.540average m³2021
Average natural gas usage detached homes2.270average m³2021
Average natural gas usage rental homes1.160average m³2021
Average natural gas owner-occupied homes1.590average m³2021
Percentage homes with district heating0%percentage2014
Households 1 person2.850number2022
Households no children695number2022
Households with children410number2022
Households average size1,40average2022
Number of houses2.496number2022
Average house value€234.000Euro2022
Percentage single-family houses39%percentage2022
Percentage multi-family houses 61%percentage2022
Percentage inhabited93%percentage2022
Percentage homes uninhabited7%percentage2022
Percentage homes private owned38%percentage2022
Percentage homes rented61%percentage2022
Percentage rental-housing by a corporation30%percentage2022
Percentage homes other rental31%percentage2022
Homes ownership unknown2%percentage2022
Percentage homes built before 200098%percentage2022
Percentage homes built since 20002%percentage2022
Number of income receivers3.800number2021
Average income per income receipient€28.700Euro2021
Average income per inhabitant€25.000Euro2021
40 percentile persons with lowest income52%percentage2021
20 percentile persons with highest income14%percentage2021
Active persons 15-75 year24%percentage2021
40 percentile households with lowest income65%percentage2021
20 percentile households with highest income9,8%percentage2021
Percentage households with a low income8,1%percentage2021
Percentage households at social minimum8,1%percentage2021
Persons with social security welfare120number2021
Persons with social security for incapacity for work200number2020
Persons with social security for unemployed40number2021
Persons with social security for elderly1.050number2021
Native Dutch2.755number2022
Western total2.040number2022
Not western total860number2022
Dutch Antilles25number2022
Other not western640number2022
Ages 0 - 15365number2022
Ages 15 - 252.055number2022
Ages 25 - 451.180number2022
Ages 45 - 65935number2022
Ages 65 and up1.115number2022
Not married3.765number2022
Births relative3number per 1000 inhabitants2021
Mortality relative8number per 1000 inhabitants2021
Crime theft137number per 1000 inhabitants2022
Crime violance and sexual abuse29number per 1000 inhabitants2022
Crime environmental0number per 1000 inhabitants2022
Crime scam26number per 1000 inhabitants2022
Crime traffic55number per 1000 inhabitants2022
Crime destruction27number per 1000 inhabitants2022
Crime other11number per 1000 inhabitants2022
Crime total294number per 1000 inhabitants2022
Region codeBU09350200code2022
Region nameBrusselsepoortname2022
Region typeBuurttype2022
Population density6.176,00number per km22022
Passenger cars per surface1.689average per km²2022
Surface total92hectares2022
Surface land92hectares2022
Surface water0hectares2022
Zipcode most occuring6217.0postal code2022
Measure of urbanity1indicator 1-52022
Address density3.329average per km22022
Passenger cars total1.545number2022
Passenger cars petrol1.360number2022
Passenger cars other fuel185number2022
Passenger cars per household0,40average2022

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Open data sources used

Data is used from multiple Dutch open data providers. See this description of the sources with the definitions of all regional topics.

Sources & definitions
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