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Community Profiles

2014 Community Profile

The Adur & Worthing Community Profile 2014 aims to provide a picture of the District of Adur and the Borough of Worthing.

Sections

The report is divided into sections. Each shows data for a different issue such as population, crime, and health etc. Each section is in a different colour for ease of finding. You can also go directly to sections by clicking on them in the contents page.

Data

The report contains statistical data on the following geographical levels:

  • Local Authority level -  Adur & Worthing
  • Electoral Ward level -  there are 14 in Adur and 13 in Worthing

And in some places a:

  • Super Output Area Level (these are areas of approximately 1,000 population)

More Data

At the beginning of each section there are links in arrows to more detailed information. The majority of this data sits on the Adur and Worthing Council web site.

Use of the report

The report will be useful in the production of funding bids, decision making and priority setting.

Who is the report for?

The report is intended for everyone who has an interest in Adur and Worthing. This includes Council officers, Councillors, partner organisations, including third sector organisations, local residents and indeed anyone who wants to find out more about the areas.

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2011 Community Profile

The community profile information below is included for historical interest only and had been superseded by the 2011 Census Data

A Community Profile for the Adur District and Worthing Borough 2011.

The Community Wellbeing team of Adur & Worthing Councils have produced a Community Profile for the areas of Adur and Worthing. The report brings together in one document statistical data from a broad range of issues ranging from population, inequalities, and crime. It provides a snapshot in time of life in these two areas. The report contains data on as local a level as is available and where possible it also contains data on a regional and national level so that comparisons can be made.

The report is divided into six main sections:

  • Demographics and population
  • Deprivation and inequalities
  • Benefits and unemployment
  • Education
  • Health
  • Crime and anti-social behaviour

For the reader with less time there is also an executive summary at the beginning of the document which lists key points from each of the sections above.

The report provides hard fast statistical data in an easy to understand format. It does not contain anecdotal information or try to provide solutions to the issues raised. If you require further information contact Lynne Ward, Neighbourhood Manager of the Community Wellbeing team.

By its nature the report will require to be updated on a regular basis as more recent data becomes available. This will be particularly true for when results from the 2011 national census are released.

The report is intended for everyone who has an interest in Adur and Worthing. It will in particular be a useful tool for informing decision making, assisting in the setting of priorities, the completion of funding bids and assisting in the most effective use of resources.

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Local statistics (Neighbourhood Statistics)

Local statistics include information on:

  • Crime and safety
  • Economic deprivation
  • Education skills and training
  • Health and care
  • Housing
  • Indicators
  • Income and lifestyles
  • Population and migration
  • Work
  • and more ...

They are available on the NOMIS website:

See also: Office for National Statistics website

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