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.
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Population projections and Dependency ratio projections – updated with 2020-based projections
Household and workforce projections – updated with 2020-based projections
Disability and Limiting long-term illness projections – updated with 2020-based projections
Median and Lower quartile house prices – now with data for Q3 2021
Unemployed claimant data from the Claimant Count – updated for March 2022
Universal credit claimants – now with March 2022 data
Pension credit claimants – updated for August 2021
Economic activity and inactivity – now with data for Dec 2020-21
Qualifications of working age people – now with data for Dec 2020-21
Model-based unemployment – now with data for Dec 2020-21
The population of East Sussex is projected to increase to 605,250 by 2030, according to the latest dwelling-led, 2020-based population projections. This projection is likely to change once we have the results from the 2021 Census later this year.
The number of people with a disability in East Sussex is projected to rise to 113,800 by 2030, up 18% compared to 2020, according to the latest projections.
The median house price in the county rose to £330,000 in Q3 2021, 12% higher than a year previously.
There were 45,000 people claiming Universal Credit (14.2% of the working age population) in March 2022, of whom 16,000 were in work, 12,900 were searching for work, and 12,900 had no work requirements.