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  • Updated 9 hours ago

    London Fire Brigade Incident Records

    London Fire Brigade is the busiest fire and rescue service in the country and one of the largest firefighting and rescue organisations in the world. This dataset contains the details of every incident responded to since January 2009. Information is provided for when and where the incident happened and the type of incident dealt with. Below is a dashboard that allows you to interact with this data and drill down to Ward or Postcode lev...
  • Updated 11 days ago

    London Workplace Zone Classification

    The London Workplace Zone Classification (LWZC) uses data from 2011 census and other sources to segment London’s workplace zones into categories based on workers’ and businesses’ characteristics. A total of 92 variables were used to classify the 8,154 workplace zones in London. A list of workplace zones by LWZC Group and Sub group can be found in LWZC Classification.xls and underlying data are in Workplace zone dashboard.xlsx Pdf map...
  • Updated 18 days ago

    Rough sleeping in London (CHAIN reports)

    These reports present information about people seen rough sleeping by outreach teams in London. Information in the report is derived from the Combined Homelessness and Information Network (CHAIN), a multi-agency database recording information about rough sleepers and the wider street population in London. CHAIN, which is commissioned and funded by the Greater London Authority (GLA) and managed by St Mungo’s, represents the UK’s most det...
  • Updated a month ago

    London Fire Brigade Mobilisation Records

    London Fire Brigade is the busiest fire and rescue service in the country and one of the largest firefighting and rescue organisations in the world. This dataset contains the details of every fire engine (pumping appliance) sent to an incident since January 2009. Information is provided for the appliance mobilised, where it was deployed from and the times recorded for arriving at the incident. Due to the size of this dataset it is spl...
  • Updated a month ago

    Population by Country of Birth

    This dataset shows different breakdowns of London's resident population by their country of birth. Data used comes from ONS' Annual Population Survey (APS). The APS has a sample of around 320,000 people in the UK (around 28,000 in London). As such all figures must be treated with some caution. 95% confidence interval levels are provided. Numbers have been rounded to the nearest thousand and figures for smaller populations have been su...
  • Updated a month ago

    Ordnance Survey Code-Point Open

    September 2017 OS Code-Point Open for Greater London and London boroughs are downloadable via the links below. OS Code-Point Open provides a National Grid coodinate for a point within each postcode unit (e.g. SE1 2AA) in Great Britain.There are approximately 1.6 million postcode units in the UK and each contains an average of 15 adjoining addresses. It also contains a number of columns of attributes which provide information about each...
  • Updated a month ago

    2016-based-projections-national-outputs

    Population and Household projections for all English local authorities as well as national projections for Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. This dataset contains detailed population outputs and components of change as well as both stage 1 and stage 2 household outputs.
  • Updated a month ago

    Green roofs in the Central Activities Zone

    Overview An updated spatial data set for existing green roofs has been produced for London's Central Activities Zone (CAZ) using 2015 aerial imagery. The CAZ makes up around two per cent of London's total area. Method ArcMap GIS software was used to map green roofs installations. The aerial imagery was loaded into the software in true colour (RGB) and infrared (IR) composites, along with the CAZ boundary and London 500x500m Ordnance ...
  • Updated a month ago

    Mortality Risk from High Temperatures in London (Triple Jeopardy Mapping)

    A heatwave refers to a prolonged period of unusually hot weather. While there is no standard definition of a heatwave in England, the Met Office generally uses the World Meteorological Organization definition of a heatwave, which is "when the daily maximum temperature of more than five consecutive days exceeds the average maximum temperature by 5°C, the normal period being 1961-1990". They are common in the northern and southern hemisph...
  • Updated 2 months ago

    London Heat Map

    The Decentralised Energy Master planning programme (DEMaP), was completed in October 2010. It included a heat mapping support package for the London boroughs to enable them to carry out high resolution heat mapping for their area. To date, heat maps have been produced for 29 London boroughs with the remaining four boroughs carrying out their own data collection. All of the data collected through this process is also shown on the intera...