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NUTS: South East (England) Directory

The Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics (NUTS) is a hierarchical classification of administrative areas, used across the European Union for statistical purposes.

South East (England) is one of 12 NUTS 1 areas in the UK.

The directory below displays its breakdown into NUTS 2, 3 and LAU 1 areas.

NUTS 2 areas in 'South East (England)':
  Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire
Surrey, East and West Sussex
Hampshire and Isle of Wight
Kent
These four NUTS 2 areas are divided into the following NUTS 3 areas:
  Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire
    Berkshire
Milton Keynes
Buckinghamshire CC
Oxfordshire
  Surrey, East and West Sussex
    Brighton and Hove
East Sussex CC
Surrey
West Sussex
  Hampshire and Isle of Wight
    Portsmouth
Southampton
Hampshire CC
Isle of Wight
  Kent
    Medway
Kent CC
These fourteen NUTS 3 areas are divided into the following LAU 1 areas:
  Berkshire
    Bracknell Forest
Reading
Slough
West Berkshire
Windsor and Maidenhead
Wokingham
  Milton Keynes
    Milton Keynes
  Buckinghamshire CC
    Aylesbury Vale
Chiltern
South Bucks
Wycombe
  Oxfordshire
    Cherwell
Oxford
South Oxfordshire
Vale of White Horse
West Oxfordshire
  Brighton and Hove
    Brighton and Hove
  East Sussex CC
    Eastbourne
Hastings
Lewes
Rother
Wealden
  Surrey
    Elmbridge
Epsom and Ewell
Guildford
Mole Valley
Reigate and Banstead
Runnymede
Spelthorne
Surrey Heath
Tandridge
Waverley
Woking
  West Sussex
    Adur
Arun
Chichester
Crawley
Horsham
Mid Sussex
Worthing
  Portsmouth
    Portsmouth
  Southampton
    Southampton
  Hampshire CC
    Basingstoke and Deane
East Hampshire
Eastleigh
Fareham
Gosport
Hart
Havant
New Forest
Rushmoor
Test Valley
Winchester
  Isle of Wight
    Isle of Wight
  Medway
    Medway
  Kent CC
    Ashford
Canterbury
Dartford
Dover
Gravesham
Maidstone
Sevenoaks
Shepway
Swale
Thanet
Tonbridge and Malling
Tunbridge Wells
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