Maps

There are a variety of ways in which the population of West Sussex are divided up. We might compare West Sussex county to other counties or we might look at smaller areas within the county; from output area, to ward, to district and CCG. West Sussex also forms part of the wider Sussex and East Surrey Sustainable Transformation Footprint.

A detailed explanation of the different geographies available for official statistics is available on the Office for National Statistics Open Geography Portal.

The map below shows the main boundaries that are used in West Sussex. Click on an area to find out more about the populations covered in each area. You can also see the Sussex and East Surrey Sustainable Transformation Footprint.

Some data are published only at higher geographies (representing more people) to produce more robust statistics as well as to help reduce the risk of identifying individuals.

 

 

Map of Worthing Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs) by index of multiple deprivation (IMD)2010

Date Added: 28/08/2012
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Map of Worthing Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs) by index of multiple deprivation (IMD)2010

A high resolution Ordnance Survey map of Worthing Borough with areas of multiple deprivation shown by West Sussex decile.

Download: Map of Worthing Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs) by index of multiple deprivation (IMD)2010

Map of Burgess Hill and Haywards Heath Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs) by index of multiple deprivation (IMD) 2010

Date Added: 04/10/2012
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Map of Burgess Hill and Haywards Heath Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs) by index of multiple deprivation (IMD) 2010

High resolution map of Burgess Hill and Haywards Heath Lower Super Output Areas coloured by national deprivation decile (IMD 2010).

The darker areas indicate higher levels of deprivation

Download: Map of Burgess Hill and Haywards Heath Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs) by index of multiple deprivation (IMD) 2010