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Partnership Data

Currently only accessible to approved officers in London Boroughs which have signed up to join the High Streets Data Partnership.

High Streets Data Explorer

The map & data visualisations brings together a number of data sources to help us assess how busy London is now, compared to Pre Covid-19 levels. It uses spend and footfall data to allow for comparison of activity across London’s High Streets.

Currently only accessible to approved officers in London Boroughs which have signed up to join the High Streets Data Partnership. 

Spend data

Card data from Mastercard aggregated to High Street / Town Centre level to show how spending patterns have changed over time.

  • Total spend
  • Number of transactions

Currently only accessible to approved officers in London Boroughs which have signed up to join the High Streets Data Partnership. 

Footfall Data

Anonymised and Aggregated data by O2. The People Counts shows the number of people dwelling in each MSOA* area per hour, split by:

  • Resident – based on where the user has spent most of their evening and night time in the latest historical month available
  • Worker – based on where the user has spent most of their working hours predominantly based on February 2020 where available
  • Visitor (at least 30mins in location)

*MSOAs are roughly ward-sized areas. They vary in size across the ground, but contain around 10,000 residents.

Currently only accessible to approved officers in London Boroughs which have signed up to join the High Streets Data Partnership. 

Polling data

This dataset outlines the latest research on London public attitudes and behaviours in relation to the coronavirus outbreak. It includes the results of a tracker poll which asks respondents the same questions each week to monitor how responses change over time.

Currently only accessible to approved London Borough officers.

GLA Town Centre Boundaries

Boundaries of Town Centres including proposed Town Centres. NOTE: these boundaries will be used when sharing data about Town Centre spend and footfall. They reflect the wider uses of High Streets including community, public and cultural, in addition to concentrations of retail units.

Currently only accessible to approved London Borough officers.

High Street Land Ownership table

Extracts of the Land Registry Ownership boundaries, from the National Polygon Service where they overlap with GLA High Street Boundaries.

Currently only accessible to approved London Borough officers.

Pilot phase – if you are wondering about how we have developed the data partnership since the pilot phase, you may read more here.