Maps

How long would it take you to save for a deposit on a house?

This map uses median income and median house prices to calculate how long it would take to save for a deposit on a house in towns across England & Wales. We assume savings of 5% of median income per year. The map shows how long it would take for a 5% deposit, and how long it would take for a 20% deposit.

Moving out of London

This map shows the number of people who have moved from London to each local authority over the last four years.

House prices where you live

This map has four options: 1. Average house price in 1997; 2. Average house price in 2017; 3. Change in house price (£), 1997-2017; 4. House price:Income ratio. The last option uses average houshold income.

The digital sector in our towns

This map shows the number of digital jobs in each Lower Super Output Area in England and Wales. The data comes from the Business Register and Employment Survey for 2017 (available at NOMIS).

Mental health contacts in the last 12 months

This map shows the number of contacts with mental health services across England in the last twelve months. There are four layers to click: Number of adults in contact; Number of adults in contact per 10,000 adults; Number of young people in contact; Number of young people in contact per 10,000 young people

Post office closures in the last 3 years

Over a thousand Post Office's have closed over the last three years. The Centre For Towns have produced a map showing where they were.

Post offices set to close

The Centre For Towns have produced a map showing the 109 post offices currently earmarked for closure according to the Post Office.

Train station usage, 2017/2018

The Centre For Towns have produced a map showing the number of passenger journeys for each station in Great Britain. The data uses the official data released by the Office for Road & Rail (ORR).

Access to broadband in small areas in England & Wales

The Centre For Towns have produced a map showing the average broadband speed for approximately 200,000 small areas across Great Britain. Click the link on the right to see a map of England & Wales showing the average broadband speed for 181,272 neighbourhoods in England & Wales.

Access to broadband in small areas in Scotland

The Centre For Towns have produced a map showing the average broadband speed for approximately 200,000 small areas across Great Britain. Click the link on the right to see a map of Scotland showing the average broadband speed for 46,352 neighbourhoods in Scotland.

Identity, power and influence in the towns of England: part one

The Centre For Towns collaborated with YouGov and the BBC on their survey of Englishness. In this first of several interactive maps you can see how over 300 places across England self-identify. Do they identify as British; English; European; or with a particular region; a particular county; or a particular town or place.

The daily flow of buses across Britain?

This interactive map uses data from the DoT to show how many buses pass through particular points on any given day.

How many passengers go through our train stations?

This interactive map uses data from the Office for Rail and Road to show how many passengers pass through each of our railway stations.

Access to health services, England and Wales

This interactive map uses data from the Consumer Data Research Centre to show how closely people across England and Wales live to their local hospital, GP, pharmacy and dentist. The distances are measured in kilometres and broken down by Lower Super Output Area (LSOA) geographies.


Access to health services, Scotland

This interactive map uses data from the Consumer Data Research Centre to show how closely people across Scotland live to their local hospital, GP, pharmacy and dentist. The distances are measured in kilometres and broken down by Data Zone geographies.


Travel times to hospital in England

This interactive map uses data from the Department for Transport to show the estimated travel times of people going to a hospital using a car or a bus. The travel times are minutes and broken down by Lower Super Output Area (LSOA) geographies


The flow of cars on the road network

This data comes from the Department for Transport and gives the number of cars which drove past each point in the road on an average day in 2016, the last data available. The data covers major (red) and minor (blue) roads and the size of each point reflects the number of cars passing.


The flow of buses on the road network

This data comes from the Department for Transport and gives the number of buses which drove past each point in the road on an average day in 2016, the last data available. The data covers major (red) and minor (blue) roads and the size of each point reflects the number of buses passing.


 

 

 

 

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