Facts and figures about East Sussex

East Sussex in Figures website

The East Sussex in Figures (ESiF) website provides the latest statistics and publications about East Sussex and its communities. Includes maps at national, regional, county, district, electoral division, ward, parish and lower super output levels.

Thematic data maps of the county

Thematic maps emphasise spatial variations of geographic distributions on statistics about East Sussex. A list of our most useful mapping resources is available from the above link.

Joint Strategic Needs & Assets Assessment (JSNAA)

The JSNAA site provides a central resource of local and national data and information to inform decisions and plans to improve local people’s health and wellbeing and reduce health inequalities in East Sussex.

Maps of the county showing administrative areas

This web page contains links to boundary maps of the county to specific administrative geographies at national, regional, county, district, electoral division, ward and parish level.

Annual Business Survey (ESiF)

Every Spring, we survey over 1,000 businesses around the county. The results influence and inform business support at local and regional level. Look under Publications The East Sussex Annual Business Survey is conducted to provide a baseline assessment of business needs, issues and concerns in the county. The results help to identify trends and feed into strategic and operational planning carried out by East Sussex County Council and its key economic development partners including the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).

Area Profiles (ESiF)

Area profiles are a quick and easy way to access key information for a local area. Profiles are currently available at local authority, ward and parish levels.

Electoral Division Profiles

Division profiles include a summary of demographic and other selected information about the population and area of each East Sussex County Council Electoral Division.

2011 Census analysis (ESiF)

Reports and commentaries from the 2011 Census.

Indices of Deprivation 2015 (ESiF)

The Indices of Deprivation (ID 2015) are widely used to analyse patterns of relative deprivation for small areas and to identify local need. They provide a snapshot of conditions in an area, looking at a range of factors including income, employment, education, health, barriers to housing and services, living environment and crime. These maps contain data from the 2015 Indices of Multiple Deprivation.