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Population EstimatesPopulation Estimates

Office for National Statistics
Updated 19 days ago
Data included: 2012-2020. England, South East, Surrey, LAs, Wards, LSOAs, CCGs. Surrey-I also includes summaries and data about population projections, population density, and estimates for births, deaths, and migration.  Summary The most recent population estimates are for 2020 in which 1,199,870 people live in Surrey. The population of Surrey rose by 3,634 from 2019 to 2020, an increase of 0.3% (0.5% for England). Surrey has a slig...Data included: 2012-2020. England, South East, Surrey, LAs, Wards, LSOAs, CCGs. Surrey-I also includes summaries and data about population projections, population density, and estimates for births, deaths, and migration...

Population projections 2018 to 2043 (population & household level)Population projections 2018 to 2043 (population & household level)

Office for National Statistics
Updated 19 days ago
Data included: 2018 to 2043 (population & household levels). Surrey, LAs. Surrey-I also includes summaries and data about population estimates, population density, and estimates for migration. Summary  There were 1,196,236 residents of Surrey in 2020 and this is predicted to increase by 2.6 per cent to 1,227,467 in 2043. The age profile of Surrey residents is predicted to shift as Surrey has an aging population. Surrey is predicted t...Data included: 2018 to 2043 (population & household levels). Surrey, LAs. Surrey-I also includes summaries and data about population estimates, population density, and estimates for migration. Summary  There were 1,196...

Population Estimates - Births, Deaths, & MigrationPopulation Estimates - Births, Deaths, & Migration

Office for National Statistics
Updated 19 days ago
Data included: 2012/13-2019/20. Surrey, LAs. Surrey-I also includes summaries and data about population estimates, population projections, and population density. Summary The Office for National Statistics collects the official records of births and deaths and estimates the annual numbers of migration to calculate the components of population change. The migration data is based on estimates and so care should be taken, particularly wh...Data included: 2012/13-2019/20. Surrey, LAs. Surrey-I also includes summaries and data about population estimates, population projections, and population density. Summary The Office for National Statistics collects the...

Population DensityPopulation Density

Office for National Statistics
Updated 19 days ago
Data included: 2001 to 2020. Projected density included: 2020 to 2043. Surrey, LAs. Surrey-I also includes summaries and data about population estimates, population projections, and estimates for migration.  Summary The population density of Surrey is 722 people per km squared in 2020.  Epsom and Ewell is the most densely populated local authority in Surrey at 2,377 people per km squared, with Spelthorne being second at 2,225. In cont...Data included: 2001 to 2020. Projected density included: 2020 to 2043. Surrey, LAs. Surrey-I also includes summaries and data about population estimates, population projections, and estimates for migration.  Summary Th...

Libraries and Cultural Services Transformation - Equality Impact Assessment (EIA)Libraries and Cultural Services Transformation - Equality Impact Assessment (EIA)

Surrey County Council
Created 4 months ago
The Overarching EqIA summarises the potential equality impacts on individuals who live, work and/or study in Surrey, including Surrey County Council (SCC) library staff, arising from the transformation of SCC’s libraries and cultural services. It includes mitigating actions to maximise any positive impacts and eliminate or minimise any adverse ones. To underpin this over-arching EIA, SCC have produced four individual EIAs that relate to...The Overarching EqIA summarises the potential equality impacts on individuals who live, work and/or study in Surrey, including Surrey County Council (SCC) library staff, arising from the transformation of SCC’s libraries...
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Pharmacy Consolidations (mergers): Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment supplementary statement April 2021Pharmacy Consolidations (mergers): Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment supplementary statement April 2021

Surrey County Council
Created 4 months ago
The Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) provides a statement of need for pharmaceutical services for the population of Surrey. This Pharmacy Consolidation (merger) supplementary statement relates to a merger that was approved by the Surrey Health and Wellbeing Board in March/April 2021. Related Links: Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment 2018 Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment 2018 – Surrey-i (surreyi.gov.uk) Pharmacy Consolidations (mergers)...The Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) provides a statement of need for pharmaceutical services for the population of Surrey. This Pharmacy Consolidation (merger) supplementary statement relates to a merger that was a...
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Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment: Supplementary Statement February 2019 Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment: Supplementary Statement February 2019

Surrey County Council
Created 4 months ago
The Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) provides a statement of need for pharmaceutical services for the population of Surrey, supplementary statements are published between each major revision of the PNA. This supplementary statement was provided in February 2019.The Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) provides a statement of need for pharmaceutical services for the population of Surrey, supplementary statements are published between each major revision of the PNA. This supplem...
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Pharmacy Consolidations (mergers): Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment supplementary statement October 2018Pharmacy Consolidations (mergers): Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment supplementary statement October 2018

Surrey County Council
Created 4 months ago
The Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) provides a statement of need for pharmaceutical services for the population of Surrey. This Pharmacy Consolidation (merger) supplementary statement relates to a merger that was approved by the Surrey Health and Wellbeing Board in October 2018.The Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) provides a statement of need for pharmaceutical services for the population of Surrey. This Pharmacy Consolidation (merger) supplementary statement relates to a merger that was a...
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Gifts and hospitality registerGifts and hospitality register

Surrey County Council
Updated 4 months ago
A log of gifts and hospitality registered by Surrey County Council officersA log of gifts and hospitality registered by Surrey County Council officers
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