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Telegraph features letter from Mel Few about rising adult social care demand

A letter from Cabinet Member Mel Few explaining how rising demand for adult social care services is putting enormous pressure on Surrey County Council’s finances has been published by the Daily Telegraph (sixth in the list). It comes after analysis of Office for National Statistics data revealed that more than £1 million extra a week could be spent … Continue reading

More than £1 million extra a week to care for Surrey’s over-65s within 20 years

More than £1 million extra a week could be spent by Surrey County Council within 20 years on care for over-65s. Office for National Statistics figures reveal the number of people living past 65 is expected to rise 107,000 to 328,000 by 2036. Analysis of the data shows that of those an extra 2,600 over-65s … Continue reading

Surrey life expectancy soars

Life expectancy for men and women in Surrey is soaring, new official figures reveal. Men reaching the age of 65 in Surrey can expect to live another 20 years, according to data released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) covering 2012 to 2014. That is three years longer than males who reached that age just over a … Continue reading

Surrey workers among UK’s most productive

Surrey workers are among the most productive in the UK for boosting the economy, figures have revealed. Statistics show they contributed more to the national economy per hour worked than all but two areas outside central London. Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures show Surrey’s productivity rate for 2012 was 18.3 per cent above the … Continue reading

Surrey plays part in UK’s economic boost

Following news that the UK economy has grown by 1%, Surrey County Council’s Deputy Leader Peter Martin said: “This is extremely positive news and Surrey is pleased to have played its part in helping to drive the UK’s recovery. “The Olympic cycling events we staged provided a huge shot in the arm for the economy. The … Continue reading

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