Skip To Content
The Mayor of London The London Assembly

Open Data

Any datasets and tools that we are able to share publicly are shown here.

Google activity by Borough

Anonymised and Aggregated data collected by Google has been provided to public authorities to inform their COVID-19 response. An index for each Borough against a baseline of Jan 2020 is provided for 6 common location types:

  • Retail and recreation
  • Grocery and pharmacy
  • Parks
  • Transit stations
  • Workplaces
  • Residential

GLA High Street Boundaries

Boundaries of High Streets as developed by the Regeneration team at the Greater London Authority. They reflect the wider uses of High Streets including community, public and cultural, in addition to concentrations of retail units.

Boundaries are available as a downloadable CSV or can be viewed using an interactive map.

London COVID-19 Resilience Dashboard

This Dashboard brings together a range of outcome data to monitor the impact of Covid-19 on the lives of Londoners. It has been designed to meet a wide range of user needs and to provide a transparent overview across a broad range of social and economic outcomes.

Covid-19 Restrictions Time Series

National and local restrictions and policies affecting London, by date. Supplied as an experimental dataset to provide context for analysis of other social or economic datasets, for instance, footfall and spend data timeseries. Information was mainly gathered from government announcements published by the Prime Minister’s Office.

Coronavirus Mobility Report

Since March 2020, London has seen many different levels of restrictions – including three separate lockdowns and many other tiers/levels of restrictions, as well as easing of restrictions and even measures to actively encourage people to go to work, their high streets and local restaurants. This reports gathers data from a number of sources, including google, apple, citymapper, purple wifi and opentable to assess the extent to which these levels of restrictions have translated to a reductions in Londoners’ movements.