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)
View an interactive map of deprivation in East Sussex
East Sussex County Council workforce characteristics
Young People in Education Training & Employment and NEET
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Welcome to East Sussex in Figures 4

East Sussex in Figures (ESiF) is a website 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.

ESiF training will take place on October 10th 2017 at the ESCC training centre in Eastbourne. Further details and joining instructions are available here.

Archive Latest data

Economically active and inactive population – data for March 2017 added
Average and lower quartile house prices – updated for 2016 and ward level data now available
Employment by occupation, residence based and workplace based – four quarter’s data added to March 2017
Claimant Count including JSA and Universal Credit – June 2017 data added to all tables
Unemployment estimates (model-based) – data added for March 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 East Sussex increased to 547,800, 7% more than a decade ago. Internal migration from within the UK is the main driver for the rising population in the county.

At 257,000, the median price for a house in the county is at its highest level ever and rose by 8% over the year.

Three quarters of working age people in the county are now in employment (75.6%), but 4.5% are unemployed.

In the county we collect 450kg of household waste per head, which is 68kg per head less than 10 years ago. The amount recycled continues to rise.