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A subscription to Ukcrimestats, starting at £4.99 per month, lets you:
1. Export all data to excel for your own use over your selected time period - crime and property price data. We display no more than 100 rows online on any page - but you can export 10s of thousands e.g. 10,000 postcode sectors in one go.
2. Rank, compare and see in detail by total crime or crime type from December 2010 or property prices across England and Wales from January 1995, 55,000 Workplace zones (with population), 33,000 Lower Layer Super Output Areas (with population), 9,000 postcode sectors (with population), 7,200 Middle Layer Super Output Areas (with population), 890 Northern Ireland Super Output Areas (with population), 6,505 Scottish Datazones (with population), 5,000 Police neighbourhoods (with population), 2,500 postcode districts, 550 constituencies (with population), 44 Police Forces (with population), and many local, national and European governmental subdivisions.
3. Run reports over selected monthly time periods from December 2010 or from 1995 for property prices, by using our analysis tools #1 and #2 for most/least/ total/average / increase/decrease of total crime or crime type or property prices or total sales etc. between mmyy and mmyy.
4. Run a heatmap by radius around any selected postcode in England, Wales and N. Ireland by month from December 2010 for crime. Or across any subdivision - like ward, constituency, council etc. - see video https://youtu.be/HVdQxEJpEO85. See no advertisements. This really enhances the user experience and helps it run faster.
6. See who has bought what, when, where. Search by postcode or subdivsion the Land Registry data on Overseas and UK Commercial and Corporate Property Ownership across England and Wales.
7. Broadband by area. See the best and worst broadband connected areas of the country. Wehave matched all 1.6 m postcodes from Ofcom and their connectivity to all subdivisions.
8. Energy analysis. Compare and rank across the whole country the years 2013, 2015 and 2017, gas and electricity total consumption, the number of meters and the mean consumption across all the geospatial shapes - postcode sector/district and all the subdivisions from civil parish to the whole of London.