The total number of people registered on the Padrón has risen 0.3% compared to the same time a year before.
According to data released by the INE, 126,437 more people are now on the list. Data released show that over 10% of those on the register are not native Spaniards, just over 4.7 million people.
The average age of those on the Padron sits at 43.1 years of age, whilst the average age for those from Britain is 53 and a half years of age.
In the Canaries, the number of people rose 0.9% compared to last year. Across the Valencian region, the number of people on the padrón rose 0.4% compared to last year. In Catalonia, the number of people on record rose 0.5% compared to last year.
The Balearic islands saw the largest population growth of 1.1%, whilst Castilla y León, Extremadura and Asturias all saw their registered populations fall 0.7%