This page brings together national and local data that give a picture of Mid Sussex.
West Sussex Life is a report published every year, with the aim of providing a range of statistics and information about West Sussex.
The information can be used by residents, businesses and communities working to improve the areas in which they live and work, as well as by those of us in the public sector responsible for delivering services.
Indices of Multiple Deprivation 2010 (external link) (Due to be updated July 2015)
The English Indices of Deprivation measures relative levels of deprivation across a range of indicators at a very local level known as Lower Layer Super Output Areas
Summary of the Indices by West Sussex County Council Public Health Research Unit
The Ward Profiles have information on economic data, population and education. They allow the user to compare one ward to another, to a District and to the West Sussex, South East and England figures.
Health Profiles is the Department of Health’s programme to improve availability and accessibility to health and health-related information in England. They give a snapshot overview of health for each local authority in England.
Health Profiles Interactive (external link) to be updated late 2015
Health Profiles Interactive Maps allow you to compare local authority areas on 32 Health Profile indicators. You can also create maps and graphs which you can export for use in your own documents.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) (external link)
The Office for National Statistics produces independent information to improve our understanding of the UK's economy and society. Key data include:
- Agriculture and Environment
- Business and energy
- Children, Education and Skills
- Crime and Justice
- Health and Social Care
- Labour Market
- People and Places
- Travel and Transport
Local Police Crime Statistics(external link)
This website provides you with helpful information about crime and policing in your area.
Performance and Partnerships
Mid Sussex District Council