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  • Which Civil Parishes have seen the most new homes since January 2000?

    August 26th, 2017

    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 Subdivision tool available to subscribers.

    Here are the the top 10 ranked by new homes sold, from Jan 2000 to Jun 2017. To see the other approx. 10,900, simply check export all results to Excel – you won’t find this anywhere else.

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    Article source: http://ukcrimestats.com/blog/2017/08/26/which-civil-parishes-have-seen-the-most-new-homes-since-january-2000/

    Which Civil Parishes have the highest total crime per hectare?

    August 26th, 2017

    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 surface area to deflate for the size of the land mass.

    Here we have asked using our Crime by Subdivision tool available to subscribers, over the last 12 months, which Civil Parishes had the highest total of crime and ASB per hectare?

    These are the top 10. To see and compare all 10,900 plus, with your login, check the export to excel button and wait a little bit for the csv file to be generated.

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    Article source: http://ukcrimestats.com/blog/2017/08/26/which-civil-parishes-have-the-highest-total-crime-per-hectare/

    Introducing 10,900 Civil Parishes to UKCrimeStats

    August 26th, 2017

    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 all of them and included all the land registry price paid data too.

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    Article source: http://ukcrimestats.com/blog/2017/08/26/introducing-10900-council-parishes-to-ukcrimestats/

    Crime updated to April, Property prices to May 2017

    July 15th, 2017

    The leading crime and postcode data research and analysis platform

    Article source: http://ukcrimestats.com/blog/2017/07/14/crime-updated-to-april-property-prices-to-may-2017/

    New upgrade to Scotland Crime Data Analysis

    July 14th, 2017

    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;

    1. Which had the highest/lowest total of crime in either 2007/08 or 2011-12?
    2. Which had the highest/lowest crime rate in either 2007/08 or 2011-12?
    3. Which had the highest/lowest crime per hectare in either 2007/08 or 2011-12?
    4. Which had the highest/lowest crime rate per hectare in either 2007/08 or 2011-12?
    5. Which had the greatest increase/decrease in total crime between 2007/08 and 2011/12?
    6. Which had the greatest increase/decrease in total crime rate between 2007/08 and 2011/12?
    7. Which had the greatest increase/decrease in crime per hectare in either 2007/08 or 2011-12?
    8. Which had the greatest increase/decrease in crime rate per hectare in either 2007/08 or 2011-12?

    All results are exportable to excel, so you can look at them in  a spreadsheet.

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    Article source: http://ukcrimestats.com/blog/2017/07/14/new-upgrade-to-scotland-crime-data-analysis/

    Postcodes updated again – to May 2017

    July 14th, 2017

    The leading crime and postcode data research and analysis platform

    Article source: http://ukcrimestats.com/blog/2017/07/14/postcodes-updated-again-to-may-2017/

    Population updates for LSOAs and MSOAs – 2011, 2013 and 2015

    July 14th, 2017

    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 from the 2011 census or work from more recent population data for a more accurate crime rate.

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    Article source: http://ukcrimestats.com/blog/2017/07/14/population-updates-for-lsoas-and-msoas-2011-2013-and-2015/

    Crime and property prices updated to February 2017

    May 7th, 2017

    The leading crime and postcode data research and analysis platform

    Article source: http://ukcrimestats.com/blog/2017/05/07/crime-and-property-prices-updated-to-february-2017/

    Crime updated to January 2017

    March 21st, 2017

    The leading crime and postcode data research and analysis platform

    Article source: http://ukcrimestats.com/blog/2017/03/20/crime-updated-to-january-2017/

    Property prices now updated to January 2017

    March 11th, 2017

    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. 

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    Article source: http://ukcrimestats.com/blog/2017/03/11/property-prices-now-updated-to-january-2017/