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    2016-based household projections

    The 2016-based household projections are the most recent set of GLA projections. These projections will form part of the evidence based for the Mayor's new London Plan. These projections are produced using GLA population projections and the 2014-based DCLG household model. Note: These outputs contain data for London only. Update: The central trend household projection was updated on 18 October 2017 to fix an error in the data file   ...
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    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.
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    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 ...
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    Annual London Survey 2000 - 2011

    This dataset contains the topline results from the Annual London Surveys undertaken between 2000 and 2011 (there was no survey was 2008). Responses for these surveys were collected by conducting approximately 1,400 face-to-face interviews (exact numbers vary year on year) in respondents’ homes. From 2014 onwards the Annual London Survey has been delivered by Talk London, City Hall’s online research community. The results for these surv...
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    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...
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    London Development Database SQL Extract

    This is a copy of the London Development Database. This is the entire LDD database exported as a .sql.tar using pg_dump. For information on how to use this file and details of the database tables please refer to the document London Development database export.pdf The permissions data within this extract includes anything submitted to LDD by 06/10/2017. All data is provided by London’s planning authorities. An extract from the databas...
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    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...
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    Planning permissions on the London Development Database (LDD)

    The London Development Database (LDD) records significant planning permissions in London. The data is entered by the London Boroughs, and is checked by the GLA to ensure consistency across London. The LDD records any planning consent that permits one or more of the following: any new build residential units any loss or gain of residential units through change of use or conversion of existing dwellings creation of seven or more new...
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    London's Zero Carbon Pathways Tool

    Interactive energy and carbon tool exploring London's emission pathways out to 2050. An interactive map of this tool is available at http://maps.london.gov.uk/zerocarbon