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  • Updated 5 days ago

    Recorded Crime: Geographic Breakdown

    Metropolitan Police Service
    This data counts the number of crimes at three different geographic levels of London (borough, ward, LSOA) per month, according to crime type.  Data is available in two files for each level of geography - the most up to date data covering the last available 24 months only and one covering all historic full calendar years. To note that for any months of data covered in both files, the most recent 24 months data should always be used.  ...
  • Updated 4 months ago

    Fires in London - cause of ignition is white goods

    London Fire Brigade
    The London Fire Brigade attend a number of fires each year where the ignition source of the fire is recorded as 'white goods' (e.g. washing machine, dishwasher, refrigerator). This data sets provides details of such fires by London borough and ward location, and the type of white goods concerned as well as the property type where the fire happened. Where known, the brand and model of the white goods item is included, although this is ad...
  • Updated a year ago

    LFEPA Statement of Assurance 2016/17

    London Fire Brigade
    Each year, the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority (LFEPA) is required to prepare an annual Statement of Assurance (SoA) in accordance with the Fire and Rescue National Framework for England. The Authority is required to "provide annual assurance on financial, governance and operational matters". The format of the Statement follows guidance produced by the government (May 2013). The Statement for 2016/17 was considered by LFE...
  • 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...