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Hampshire Communal Establishments Infographic Factbook

Hampshire County Council’s Research and Intelligence Unit has prepared a series of infographic factbooks. This Hampshire Communal Establishments Infographic Factbook uses the 2011 Census data, and looks at the different types of communal establishment in Hampshire, such as hospitals and prisons. It gives an overview by population such as age and sex, ethnicity, health, disability,

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Hampshire Households Infographic Factbook

Hampshire County Council’s Research and Intelligence Unit has prepared a series of infographic factbooks. This Hampshire Households Infographic Factbook looks at the number, composition and type of households in Hampshire when the most recent Census was conducted in 2011. It also includes car/van availability, occupancy and household tenure. There’s lots of detailed information and analysis available

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Monthly Business Dashboard – Hampshire March 2014

Hampshire County Council has published the Monthly Business Dashboard – Hampshire March 2014, which is a short visual overview of the latest business performance for the Hampshire area. Explanatory notes are included below, and there’s more detail on Hampshire County Council’s Facts and Figures web pages.  

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Hampshire Hub Partnership Board Meeting Notes March 2014

The fourth meeting of the Hampshire Hub Partnership Board was held on 10th March 2014, in Farnborough, and was hosted by Rushmoor Borough Council. Notes from the meeting are available here. The next meeting will be in Southampton on 11th June 2014, and will be hosted by Southampton City Council.

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How INSPIRE benefits data publishers

The INSPIRE directive – introduced by the European Commission in 2007 – aims to create an infrastructure enabling the sharing of environmental data among public sector organisations, and at the same time improve public access to the same data. The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has published a guide which explains some

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The Census lives on…

For the last three years a threat has hung over the Census, meaning that the highly successful 2011 Census could well have been the last. However ONS (Office for National Statistics) has been hard at work over that period looking at: new ways of counting the population census practices in other countries the census methodology

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Linking data across multiple organisations – Hampshire example

You may have seen Dan’s post about Hampshire’s Land Supply Phasing Open Data in which he mentions the Pilot Project for Linked Open Data. Our land supply linked data features in this recent blog post by John Goodwin: Tell Me About Hampshire – Linking Government Data using SPARQL federation 2. In his post, John constructs and runs

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Monthly Business Dashboard – Hampshire February 2014

Hampshire County Council has published the Monthly Business Dashboard – Hampshire February 2014, which is a short visual overview of the latest business performance for the Hampshire area. Explanatory notes are included below, and there’s more detail on Hampshire County Council’s Facts and Figures web pages.  

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Four pillars of Research at Ordnance Survey

Great Britain’s national mapping agency, Ordnance Survey, has its headquarters in Southampton, Hampshire. Ordnance Survey has an active research programme, which falls in to four main areas: Geography Data Acquisition GeoData Engineering Technical Infrastructure Details about each of these areas are available on the Research at Ordnance Survey pages, and there are quick links to

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Enterprise M3 Annual Conference – Highlights

The Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) held its Annual Conference on 27th February in Farnborough, Hampshire. Video highlights from the event are shown below, together with one of the presentations. Full details, and links to more presentations are on the Enterprise M3 web site.  

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