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  • Updated 3 years ago

    Characteristics of Commuters

    Census Information Scheme
    Detailed 2011 Census origin-destination data allow analysis of the personal characteristics of workers who commute into London. This dataset also contains information on average distance travelled to work and anaysis of how this varies by characteristics.
  • Updated 3 years ago

    Benefit Cap in London

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    More than 26,500 London households have had their total benefit payment capped since the benefit cap was introduced in April 2013. Nearly half (45 per cent) of all households in Great Britain that have received reduced amounts because of the cap on the total payable, up to February 2015, were in London. Nearly 90 per cent of households with one or two children whose payments have been capped lived in London, whereas only a few...
  • Updated 3 years ago

    GLA Key Performance Indicators

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    The Business Plan 2013/14 established for the first time a suite of GLA Key Performance Indicators (KPI) closely linked to Mayoral priorities. These statistics show KPI performance, together with targets, forecasts and traffic light ratings. There are two traffic light ratings for each KPI: First, a backward looking traffic light assessing performance to date. Green indicates that performance is meeting or exceeding targets; amber that...
  • Updated 3 years ago

    London Ward Well-Being Scores

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    These ward level well being scores present a combined measure of well-being indicators of the resident population based on 12 different indicators. Where possible each indicator score is compared with the England and Wales average, which is zero. Scores over 0 indicate a higher probability that the population on average will experience better well-being according to these measures. Users can adjust the weight of each indicator dependin...
  • Updated 4 years ago

    Annual London Survey 2014

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    In November 2014, 3,674 Londoners took part in the first London Survey run by Talk London, to tell us what they thought of the city and their neighbourhood. The London Survey enables us to: • Assess Londoners’ priorities across the breadth of Mayoral responsibilities • Understand Londoners’ perceptions of their quality of life • Identify those areas that require improvement, or where we need to improve outcomes for particular...
  • Created 4 years ago

    Commuting & Well-being in London

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    A report on the impact of method of travel and distance travelled to work on happiness, anxiety and well-being. The report compares Londoner's responses to the Annual Population Survey to those of workers im the rest of the UK. No datasheet is available for this report as the data were obtained from ONS on special licence and cannot be reproduced.
  • Created 4 years ago

    2011 Census Infographics

    Census Information Scheme
    2011 Census Infographics
  • Created 4 years ago

    2011 Census Key Stats & Quick Stats

    Census Information Scheme
    All of the 2011 Census univariate tables for London and England & Wales in one place.
  • Created 4 years ago

    Tax Credits Recipients, Borough

    HM Revenue & Customs
    Child Tax Credit (CTC) provides support to families for the children (up to the 31 August after their 16th birthdays) and the "qualifying" young people (those in full-time non-advanced education until their 20th birthdays) for which they are responsible. It is paid in addition to Child Benefit. Some out of work families with children do not receive CTC but instead receive the equivalent amount via child and related allowances in Income ...
  • Updated 4 years ago

    Focus on London - Income and Spending

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    FOCUSONLONDON2010:INCOMEANDSPENDINGATHOME Household income in London far exceeds that of any other region in the UK. At £900 per week, London’s gross weekly household income is 15 per cent higher than the next highest region. Despite this, the costs to each household are also higher in the capital. Londoners pay a greater amount of their income in tax and national insurance than the UK average as well as footing a higher bill for housi...