Using our new feature, see “Corporate” on the menu above, you can now find out exactly which corporations own what where. An invaluable tool. So I thought you may be interested to know who the top 10 owners were by … Continue reading
So we are excited to tell you about a new feature – taking the Land Registry data – approximately 3.5 million pieces of land/building owned by a UK or offshore corporation, we have geospatially matched all of them to all … Continue reading
I don’t bite ! We just had an example where I wish people would get in touch more quickly. Our fault, a bug. We discovered that there was a short while when new Paypal subscribers were not being written to … Continue reading
We are currently updating crime – and in the case of the London Metropolitan Police, September as well. Will be live shortly.
An interesting question just put to me by somebody by email, do we have it and which day is more likely to have what kind of crime? But we don’t have it, all crime data is timestamped by month and … Continue reading
Obviously as a crime data site handling payment, you have to be an example. It was however recently pointed out to us that we were not. Basically, images uploaded via wordpress must have an https link otherwise the whole page … Continue reading
You should know that as with every month, there are a few Forces that have either not updated on time or are incomplete. These are; Metropolitan Police Force – no September data at all Cheshire Constabulary – no ASB incidents … Continue reading
Boundaries do change, much more frequently than those ordained by the Boundary Commission for constitutuencies for General Elections. We have deleted about 10 that no longer exist and added about 15 new ones like Axminster and Kilmington in Devon. Ever … Continue reading
A special thanks to one of our subscribers who suggested it. For some time, we have show how crime moves over a selected period of months around a specified radius around a postcode centroid – anywhere in England, Wales or … Continue reading
Just to let you know . . .