2007 FES reports and atlas
The 2007 FES fieldwork was completed between November 2006 and October 2007.
When comparing the collected data with earlier surveys, the date used to reference the reports, maps, data and analysis refers to the start date of the survey – 2006.
2007 FES village reports
As part of the City's Sustainable Sydney 2030 vision 10 village centres have been defined that are places with distinct and diverse character based around key community main streets and centres of community use. Data from the 2007 survey has been included in the 2012 village reports, which compare the results of the 2007 and 2012 surveys.
2007 FES industry reports
Due to the varied land uses within the local area, the City's economy is made up of a wide range of industries.
We are interested in understanding how each of these industries is represented and what proportion of the total economy they represent.
We have produced a number of industry sector reports based on the data from the 2007 FES, which are available for download below.
The reports provide a review of the particular industry in detail, which includes maps, graphs and tables on employment, business establishments and internal floor area.
2007 FES industry atlas
We have produced the industry atlas to map the locations of key industries across the local area on a block-by-block basis.
The maps provide an insight into areas where particular industries are concentrated, the areas of floor space they occupy and the number of employees they support.
The atlas also includes a series of maps that demonstrates the particular relationships between particular industries, for example, the location of residential dwellings in relation to supermarkets.
A map indicating the density of residential dwellings per block is also provided.
The City had 19,579 business establishments, which have been categorised based on the type of industry they represent.
For example, a travel agency will be within the tourist, cultural and leisure industry, a hairdressing salon will be within the retail and personal services industry and a superannuation fund will be within the finance and financial services industry.
The maps available for download below demonstrate the density and spread of business establishments within each industry across the local area on a block-by-block basis.
The City accommodated more than 385,000 employees across all business establishments within the local area.
Although the city centre accommodates the largest number of employees, employment is spread widely across the local area.
The maps available for download below demonstrate the density and spread of employment across the local area based on the industry of the business establishment.
Internal floor space
The total area of internal floor space within the City of Sydney was approximately 34.2m² million.
This includes floor area within businesses, residential properties and community or public venues.
The maps available for download below demonstrate the density and spread of internal floor space across the local area based on the industry that occupies the floor space.
Selected industry relationships
We are interested in understanding how and where particular industries are located and their proximity to other industries across the local area.
The maps available for download below demonstrate where there may be a relationship between 2 or even 3 industries, based on the type of establishment.
The total number of residential dwellings within the City of Sydney exceeded 94,000 and the residential population was over 166,000.
Nearly three-quarters of all residential properties within the City were multi-storey apartments or flats.
The map available for download below shows the density of residential dwellings throughout the local area on a block-by-block basis.
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|FES industry atlas: Establishments|
|All establishments||PDF 636.3 KB||Download|
|Creative industries||PDF 639.2 KB||Download|
|Higher education and research||PDF 629.3 KB||Download|
|Finance and financial services||PDF 646.4 KB||Download|
|Health||PDF 626.4 KB||Download|
|Information and communications technology||PDF 625.4 KB||Download|
|Professional and business services||PDF 641.2 KB||Download|
|Retail and personal services||PDF 630.1 KB||Download|
|Tourism, culture and leisure||PDF 628.0 KB||Download|
|Transport and logistics||PDF 628.8 KB||Download|
|FES industry atlas: Employment|
|All establishments||PDF 632.7 KB||Download|
|Creative industries||PDF 636.9 KB||Download|
|Higher education and research||PDF 638.5 KB||Download|
|Finance and financial services||PDF 637.5 KB||Download|
|Health||PDF 634.9 KB||Download|
|Information and communications technology||PDF 634.3 KB||Download|
|Professional and business services||PDF 638.9 KB||Download|
|Retail and personal services||PDF 639.4 KB||Download|
|Tourism, culture and leisure||PDF 637.3 KB||Download|
|FES industry atlas: Internal floor space|
|All establishments||PDF 684.1 KB||Download|
|Creative industries||PDF 682.1 KB||Download|
|Higher education and research||PDF 681.9 KB||Download|
|Finance and financial services||PDF 682.9 KB||Download|
|Health||PDF 679.2 KB||Download|
|Information and communications technology||PDF 678.6 KB||Download|
|Professional and business services||PDF 684.2 KB||Download|
|Retail and personal services||PDF 683.0 KB||Download|
|Tourism, culture and leisure||PDF 681.4 KB||Download|
|Transport and logistics||PDF 682.2 KB||Download|
|FES industry atlas: Selected industry relationships|
|Food and drink vs alcohol and entertainment industries||PDF 1.6 MB||Download|
|Creative industries vs information and communications technology||PDF 1.6 MB||Download|
|Residential dwellings vs retail outlets||PDF 2.5 MB||Download|
|Residential dwellings vs supermarkets and grocery stores||PDF 2.2 MB||Download|
Please note, while care is taken to ensure accuracy, the City of Sydney cannot guarantee that information expressed here is correct and recommends that users exercise their own skill and care with respect to its use. The City of Sydney makes no warranty or undertaking, whether expressed or implied, nor does it assume any legal liability, whether direct or indirect.
Last updated: Friday, 28 February 2014