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Wiltshire Council has defined 20 community areas within the county. These community areas generally include a market town and its surrounding villages. In 2009, 18 Area Boards were established - one for each community area, with the exception of Mere, Tisbury and Wilton, which are together covered by the South West Wiltshire Area Board.

Building on the Joint Strategic Assessment programme for Wiltshire, new community area level JSAs have been produced. These can be accessed below. 

Community Area Health and Wellbeing JSAs and other community area level information can also be accessed through this page.


Wiltshire's Community Areas
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Wiltshire Community Areas

The Community Area JSAs now have a dedicated website at www.wiltshirejsa.org.uk

CAJSA’s for each of Wiltshire’s 20 community areas are now online. We hope that the decision to move the CAJSA information online will make it easier for you to access important information about your areas of interest.

Executive Summaries for each of the CAJSA's can also be downloaded by clicking on the links below.

The Joint Strategic Assessment (JSA) for Wiltshire was adopted by the Wiltshire Public Services Board in April 2011. The community area JSAs represent the next major development in the JSA programme and are a key step in the journey toward a full understanding of the needs of Wiltshire's population. These important documents set out the strategic issues for community areas based on local level data, information and knowledge.

Please contact Knowledge Management at Wiltshire Council if you require archived copies of the 2011 CAJSAs.

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A range of national statistics are available small geographical levels through central government websites.

The Office of National Statistics (ONS) Neighbourhood Statistics website provides access to summary reports on a wide range of data at neighbourhood (ward) level. It also provides a portal to more detailed statistics at local authority, middle super output area, lower super output area and ward level.

The ONS NOMIS website provides local area labour market profiles including information on population, employment and unemployment, qualifications, earnings, benefit claimants and businesses.


For more information, please contact:

01225 713186 or email research@wiltshire.gov.uk

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