East Sussex County Council

Data Themes

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

Ways to look at data

Tables, charts and maps
Surveys
Area Profiles
Publications
Published maps

About East Sussex

2011 Census
Focus on East Sussex
Pride of Place
Joint Strategic Needs & Asset Assessment (JSNAA)
Tourism
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.

Two ESiF training sessions have been organised for 2018, the first on the 6th April and the second on 15th October. They 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

National insurance registrations by age group and nationality – data added for 2017
Agricultural data on Land use, Farm size and type, and employment – 2016 horticultural survey data added
Children in poverty – latest data now available for 2015
Sub-regional productivity – updated with 2016 data
Economically active and inactive population – latest APS data added for Oct 16-Sept 17
Live births by age of mother – 2016 data added
Claimant Count including JSA and Universal Credit – January 2018 data added to all tables

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

Internal (within UK) migration continues to be the main driver of population growth in East Sussex, and net migration flows were 12% lower in 2016 than in the previous year. A new briefing on Migration is now available on ESiF.

Workers in East Sussex generated £30.30 GVA per hour worked in 2016, which is 93% of the national average.

In 2015, 15.7% of children in the county lived in poor families. Around a quarter of children in Hastings live in poverty.

In 2016, 45% of farms in East Sussex were less than 20ha in size. The county has a higher proportion of these smaller farms compared to the national (38%) and regional (42%) figures, and the numbers are rising.