Health and Wellbeing A quick guide to content The Surrey Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is an assessment of the current and future health and social care needs of the local community: Joint Strategic Needs Assessment Joint Strategic Needs Assessment The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is an assessment of the current and future health and social care needs of the population of Surrey.… Summary introductions...

Employment and Economy A quick guide to content Cost of Living: The Cost of Living Crisis in Surrey The Cost of Living Crisis in Surrey The UK is facing its biggest cost of living crisis in decades. Surrey County Council and our partners across the county… Fuel Poverty & related statistics Updated 27th Nov 2023 This page includes a dashboard of fuel poverty and consumption in Surrey as well...

Surrey Index The Surrey Index provides a way of understanding social, environmental, economic and health outcomes in Surrey at a local level, and a way of comparing how different areas in Surrey are progressing against these. The purpose of the index is to highlight areas of Surrey that perform well or poorly against various outcomes. This is useful as a user can...

Education and Skills A quick guide to content Attainment & qualifications: 2021 Census: Highest Level of Qualification Highest level of qualification from the 2021 Census The raw data from this Census release has been processed by the Population Insight Team and is also available on … Attainment in Primary Schools (Key Stage 1 and… Updated 28th Apr 2023 This page includes data about Key Stage 1 & 2...

Housing and Infrastructure A quick guide to content Housing: Housing in Surrey Updated 12th Feb 2024 This page includes a dashboard of Housing statistics in Surrey. The below Tableau dashboard is also available on … Number of Dwellings by Tenure and district Updated 15th Mar 2024 Sources: Local Authority and other public sector stock were reported by local authorities in the Local Authority Housing… Housebuilding: permanent dwellings started and completed by...

Population A quick guide to content Population Estimates by Age: 2021 Census 2021 Census The 2021 Census results have started to be released by the Office of National Statistics, with more to follow. From October to the start of 2023,… 2021 Census: First results Population and Household estimates from the 2021 Census Headlines Surrey population has increased to 1,203,108 – 6.2% increase on 2011 Census. This growth rate is...

Emotional and Mental Wellbeing in Surrey Adults Publication date This chapter was published in March 2023 and is due to be reviewed by March 2025. Contents Executive Summary Background JSNA Process Aims Governance Strategic Drivers and Evidence Base Interpreting Data Mental and Emotional Wellbeing in Surrey Common Mental Health Problems Incidence Adult Mental Health Problems Index of Multiple Deprivation – Mood and Anxiety Indicators Self-reported Wellbeing QOF: Depression Long Term Mental Illness QOF: Severe Mental Illness (SMI) Suicide and...

JSNA Housing and Related Support Publication date This chapter was published in January 2024 and is due to be reviewed by January 2026 Contents Introduction Key Facts on Housing in Surrey Homelessness Local Insights Needs of Specific Groups Issues that may impact on housing services in Surrey Services in Relation to Need Key Findings and Recommendations Appendices Data sources Contacts and Acknowledgements References Introduction Housing plays a fundamental part in people’s wellbeing, their employment, health, and relationships. The...

Substance Misuse Joint Strategic Needs Assessment Publication date This chapter was published in April 2024 and is due to be reviewed by April 2026. Contents Executive summary Recommendations Introduction Scope and methods Terminology National and local strategic context National drug and alcohol use patterns Drug and alcohol use in Surrey and its impact Drug and Alcohol related hospital admissions and deaths in Surrey Drug and alcohol related crime Evidence base for interventions Prevention, treatment and...

Health Inequalities Health inequalities are avoidable, unfair, and systematic differences in health between different groups of people. There are many kinds of health inequality, and many ways in which the term is used. This means that when we talk about ‘health inequality’, it is useful to be clear on which measure is unequally distributed, and between which people. Health inequalities ultimately relate...