Now done for Crime and Property prices. Incidentally, you can see pretty clearly that the average sale price for property in June 2021, excluding Other (Commercial), has never been higher. That of course would be the final month of the … Continue reading
You can always see where we are on updates on this page. As a rule, we typically have the crime and property prices done 2-3 days after the data is available, which is usually the last Friday of the month … Continue reading
All accidents are terrible but to lose a life is a tragedy. So it is important to analyse where these are happening. Postcode_Sector region Total Fatalities BS20 7 North Somerset 4 ML11 8 South Lanarkshire 4 NN7 4 Daventry 4 … Continue reading
Postcode_Sector region Total IG11 0 Barking and Dagenham 104 N4 2 Haringey 95 SE10 0 Greenwich 91 SE1 7 Southwark 87 E3 4 Tower Hamlets 86 W12 8 Hammersmith and Fulham 86 IG1 2 Redbridge 85 CR0 2 Croydon 83 … Continue reading
A few years ago, I was writing a paper about roads and was astonished to find out that the cost of reported and unreported road accidents was £35 billion, 10 years ago. This is really quite close to crime at … Continue reading
This was released on Friday, now live as of early this morning on www.ukcrimestats.com – property prices not yet released for April.
We actually had this ready on Sunday morning – after the data was released on Friday afternoon.
We are very pleased to welcome a lot of interest emanating from Hong Kong over the last year. Its people can lay claim to one of world’s greatest postwar economic growth and freedom stories that is tragically being undone by … Continue reading
You can keep updated with what’s missing from data.police.uk on UKCrimestats.com here. Apart from Greater Manchester Police where the missing data and other failings has led to the recent sacking of the Chief Constable, there is now a growing problem … Continue reading
You wouldn’t know it from the fairly breathless media coverage on property prices – i.e. mostly going up – but property sales in total are still running at a fraction – about half – what they were about a year … Continue reading