UK local authorities with a Muslim population greater than 10%.
These are 2001 census figures. Cross referenced with NHS records, the 2007 census is 25% short of the actual Muslim population. In 2007 the Muslim population, including immigration, and population growth would add another 30%. The true Muslim population today (2007) is + 55% of the figures below.

London Borough of Tower Hamlets 36.4% 71,389 (2007 = 53.5% 110,000)
London Borough of Newham 24.3% 59,293
Blackburn with Darwen 19.4% 26,674
Bradford 16.1% 75,188
London Borough of Waltham Forest 15.1% 32,902
Luton 14.6% 26,963
Birmingham 14.3% 139,771
London Borough of Hackney 13.8% 27,908
Pendle 13.4% 11,988
Slough 13.4% 15,897
London Borough of Brent 12.3% 32,290
London Borough of Redbridge 11.9% 28,487
City of Westminster 11.8% 21,346
London Borough of Camden 11.6% 22,906
London Borough of Haringey 11.3% 24,371
Oldham 11.1% 24,039
Leicester 11.0% 30,885
London Borough of Ealing 10.3% 31,033
Kirklees 10.1% 39,312

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The Yorkshire towns of Batley and Dewsbury each have large Muslim populations. However, they are part of the district of Kirklees, which is only 10.12% Muslim. The Savile Town area of Dewsbury is often seen as the Muslim centre of the country, being "some 97-100% Muslim"[11] and having the largest Islamic seminary in the country with the Markazi mosque, one of the largest purpose-built mosque in Europe. It is also one of the most orthodox centers of Muslim learning in the West.[12] Most large cities have one area that is a majority Muslim even if the rest of the city has a fairly small Muslims population; see, for example, Harehills in Leeds.

Source
UK Census 2001
UK NHS
UK government statistics



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