Category Archives: Hampshire Hub

Landscape Watch Hampshire – The Results!

Way back in 2014 when we decided to publish our aerial imagery of Hampshire as open data little did we know what the outcome would be. It was an exciting time for open data and the buzz it created (arguably we were the first group of authorities in the country to release such data) was

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Monthly Business Dashboard – New format

The latest Hampshire County Council Monthly Business Dashboard has been published in its new device friendly, web embedded format. The Hampshire October 2015 dashboard,  is a short visual overview of the latest business performance for the Hampshire area. Explanatory notes and commentary are now included on the dashboard page, and there’s more detail on Hampshire County Council’s Facts and

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Hub update

We’ve been continuing our work with Oxford Consultants for Social Inclusion to expand the datasets available through the Hub. As part of our ongoing drive to improve the Hub we have extended the data, previously restricted to Hampshire, to national coverage  and changed the frequency of updates Data at LSOA level is now available for

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Hampshire Labour Market Bulletin & podcast September

Hampshire County Council has published the Hampshire Labour Market Podcast for September 2015, which accompanies the full September 2015 Hampshire Labour Market Bulletin.

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Hampshire’s Changing Landscape – How can Crowdsourcing Help?

Hampshire is changing The changing face of our landscape is something that affects us all; the loss of hedgerows, rapid expansion of urban areas or erosion of our coastlines to highlight just a few crucial issues. Some of the more serious forms of landscape change can make areas more exposed to flooding or threaten the natural

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Hampshire Labour Market Bulletin and podcast March 2015

Hampshire County Council has published the Hampshire Labour Market Podcast for March 2015, which accompanies the full March 2015  Hampshire Labour Market Bulletin.

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Leaving on a High

Deep breath I’m leaving Hampshire County Council, and am stepping down as lead for the Hampshire Hub. There, I’ve said it. Looking back I wrote my first post Hampshire Hub (Thoughts on What a Hampshire Hub might be) in February 2012. In those days, HH was a tiny ‘thinking aloud’ web site I’d cobbled together

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Hampshire recognised as a local Open Data Champion

Minister for the Cabinet Office, Francis Maude has recognised sixteen local and regional authorities – including Hampshire County Council – as open data champions. More information is available in the announcement on GOV.UK and in a blog post on DATA.GOV.UK by Deputy Director of the Cabinet Office, Ollie Buckley. Two initiatives the Hampshire Hub is participating

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Back story: the data journey in the production of the GP pressure map

This is a guest post by Leo Valberg, Senior Data Scientist at Nquiringminds. This post was originally published on the Nquiringminds blog. The Open City Data Platform is one of the initiatives the Hampshire Hub Partnership is involved with.  #1 The Overarching Mission Thinking ahead to April when the FutureCites contract to build a data integration

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Hampshire Hub Partnership Board Meeting Notes 9th March 2015

The eighth meeting of the Hampshire Hub Partnership Board was held on 9th March 2015, in Farnborough, and was hosted by Rushmoor Borough Council. Draft notes from the meeting are available to view below, a PDF download link is also provided:

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