As always, caution required because the latest month is always incomplete. But looking at the history – which we have until Jan 1995 – it has been at least 10 years since transactions cleared 100k a month, today we are … Continue reading
Parish Councillors in the midst of preparing their local plans, may like to know how they compare to the other 10,900 Civil Parishes in their record of housebuilding. We can tell you this with UKCrimeStats using our Property Sales by … Continue reading
Not all Civil Parishes are the same size – so just as with population you try to deflate the impact of crime with the size of population with a crime rate calculation, at UKCrimeStats, we have done the same with … Continue reading
Some years ago, when we were applying all the geospatial shapes to the crime data, I thought that Civil Parishes were not that important or sought after so we didn’t add them. How wrong I was. We have now added … Continue reading
There’s nothing more annoying than missing a postcode. There are new ones released ever 3-4 months and we update them constantly as well as keep a record of expired ones. Postcodes now updated to the latest set.
A new feature for our subscribers, you can now choose from 3 different years for population datasets for Lower Layer Super Output Areas (LSOAs) and Middle Super Output Areas (MSOAs). This matters if you want to match to corresponding data … Continue reading
For our subscribers, we have now upgraded our Scottish Crime Datazone page to enable you to run reports that discover out of all 6,505 Datazones; Which had the highest/lowest total of crime in either 2007/08 or 2011-12? Which had the … Continue reading
As always, caution with the latest month which is always half-complete. We are careful to update the last 12 months data to capture any revisions, additions or deletions, for which the latest few months invariably have in abundance.