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Devon Town Profiles

South Molton Devon Town

Census Profile - 2011

The Strategy Policy & Organisational Change team has created this profile which contains a wide range of themed data to give you an insight view of the people, the housing, employment levels, residents health and religion, qualifications and deprivation in this area.

South Molton Census Profile - 2011 image - PDF icon (152KB - pdf help)

Statistical Profile

The Strategy Policy & Organisational Change team has produced this profile provides a statistical overview, based on a series of facts and figures, of what life is like in the locality.

The profile is structured around a series of themes to cover social, economic and environmental well being.

South Molton Profile image - PDF icon (539KB - pdf help)

Health Profile (JSNA)

The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is produced annually by the Public Health Team.It contains a range of NHS Devon, Devon County Council and other local information for health related topics.

South Molton Devon Town Health Profile

Place Survey

The last Place Survey was in 2008 and, although this is quite old, it provided useful & unique information. It involved people's perceptions of their local area and the local services they received.  

The place survey  was intended to be:

  • Relevant to anyone living in the area
  • Not specific to any one agency or service
  • Not specific to any particular client group

The survey contained a standard set of questions, developed by the Audit Commission and Dept. for Communities & Local Government in consultation with any additional local questions inserted at the end of the questionnaire.

South Molton Place Survey image - PDF icon (3.58MB - pdf help)

Further information pertaining to the South Molton Devon Town area can be viewed via the Devon County Council Market Town Focus Page.

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Page Updated 18/05/03