East Sussex County Council

Data Themes

Access to services
Community strength and leadership
Community safety
Economy, jobs and prosperity
Education, learning and skills
Environment and climate change
Health and wellbeing

Ways to look at data

Tables, charts and maps
Area Profiles
Published maps

About East Sussex

2011 Census
Focus on East Sussex
Pride of Place
Joint Strategic Needs & Asset Assessment (JSNAA)
Deprivation Atlas
Economic Updates
Young People in Education Training & Employment and NEET
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Welcome to East Sussex in Figures

East Sussex in Figures (ESiF) is a Local Information System that provides the latest statistics on the social, economic and demographic character of East Sussex and its communities.

Are you new to ESiF?

We hope you find ESiF useful. Please contact us if you have any comments, queries or suggestions.

An ESiF training session has been organised for the 15th October. It will take place at St Marys House in Eastbourne between 09:00 and 13:00. Contact ESCC Personnel and Training for further details and to book a place.

Archive Latest data

Population estimates for districts, dependency ratios, internal and international migration – datasets updated with revised ONS mid-year estimate data released March 2018
Road casualty data – updated with 2016 data
Occupations in 2011 – new table with detailed occupations at MSOA level
Claimant Count including JSA and Universal Credit – March 2018 data added to all tables
Economically active and inactive population, Model-based unemployment estimates, Qualifications of working age people – updated with data for Jan-Dec 2017

Area Profiles

Please select your area from the options below.
First enter the name of the area or a full postcode: e.g. Lewes or BN21 3AB

Then select the type of area you want a profile for:

Archive News

In June 2016  the population of the county was 549,600, 7% higher than in 2006.  In March 2018. the ONS released revised estimates of population for the years 2012 to 2016 which use an improved methodology. The new figure is around 0.3% higher than the previous estimate for the county released in June 2017. All our briefings and datasets have been updated to reflect the latest estimates except for the small area data which has not yet been updated.

The overall number of road casualties in the county fell between 2015 and 2016, but numbers of those who were killed and seriously injured increased.