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1 Greater London Authority - Intelligence Unit

2 The Mayor’s responsibilities transport policing housing planning and development culture economic development and regeneration health inequalities fire and emergency planning environmental issues ‘GLA Group’ GLA FUNCTIONAL BODIES Transport for London (TFL) Policing and Crime (MOPAC) London Fire Service (LFEPA) Olympic legacy (LLDC) London & Partners (Tourism, business and students)

3 Other Local government in London 33 London Boroughs responsible for: Planning (Greater London Authority has responsibility for major projects) Schools Waste/recycling Street lighting Road maintenance (major roads looked after by Transport for London) Social housing Social services Libraries Sports/Leisure Average borough population: 255,000

4 The Intelligence Unit About 40 staff specialising in: Data analysis Geographic Information System (maps) Economics Demography (population) Census Crime and safety Londoner’s opinions and polling

5 The London Datastore Launched in January Purpose is to help Researchers, London residents, businesses, academics and others to find data about London. All free and publicly available to download 550 datasets Some data are owned by GLA group, some are owned by other organisations, including Office for National Statistics Dashboard was added in

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9 Main sources of data Greater London Authority Central government departments eg Work & Pensions, Department for Health (NHS), Department for Education etc. Large government surveys (run usually by ONS or universities). UK Census (every ten years since 1841). London boroughs Private companies

10 Datastore mark II Data publishing more demand led Increased partnership working CKAN datastore. Share data with other catalogues and scrape other datatores. Users can login, request datasets, follow datasets, and upload data

11 Download different formats Easy to use Search Refine your results as you go

12 Labour Market data London Labour Market Indicators GLA Claimant Count Model Output 2013 London's Economy Today Young People Not in Employment, Education or Training, Borough Young People Not in Employment, Education or Training, Borough Apprenticeships Starts and Completions, Region and Local Authority Apprenticeships Starts and Completions, Region and Local Authority Household Income Estimates for Small Areas London Borough Profiles NOMIS website (ONS) NOMIS website

13 Crime data Metropolitan Police Service Recorded Crime Figures and Associated Data Metropolitan Police Service Recorded Crime Figures and Associated Data Crime Rates, Borough Recorded Crime Summary Data for London: LSOA Level Recorded Crime Summary Data for London: LSOA Level Crime Rates in the Metropolitan Police area by Ward Crime Rates in the Metropolitan Police area by Ward Monthly Ambulance Service Incidents, Borough Met Police website

14 For more information Gareth Piggott Senior Research and Statistical Analyst Greater London Authority City Hall The Queen’s Walk London SE1 2AA


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