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Talk by Benjamin D. Hennig at the #geomob London, Google Campus, 18 March 2014.

Talk by Benjamin D. Hennig at the #geomob London, Google Campus, 18 March 2014.

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  • 1. LONDONMAPPER #geomob London, 17th March 2014 Benjamin Hennig, University of Oxford, @geoviews, www.viewsoftheworld.net
  • 2. Mapping people Londonmapper 9 Animation see www.viewsoftheworld.net
  • 3. Area 1,570 km2 607 mi2 Photo: Tina Gotthardt, http://travelling.tinagotthardt.eu
  • 4. Population 8,173,194Photo: Tina Gotthardt, http://travelling.tinagotthardt.eu
  • 5. Population Data: UK 2011 Census Released July 2012 Londonmapper
  • 6. Age cartograms Data: UK 2011 Census Released July 2012 Londonmapper Animation see www.viewsoftheworld.net
  • 7. Poverty, wealth and place in 2001 Londonmapper Own calculations based on data from the 2001 Census Released in 2002 Middle Exclusive WealthyBreadline Poor Exclusive Wealthy Middle Breadline Poor Core Poor* London 6.5% 48.6% 44.9% 16.7% Inner London 6.3% 35.2% 58.5% 21.7% Outer London 6.7% 57.6% 35.7% 13.3% * Subset of Breadline Poor
  • 8. Poverty, wealth and place in 2011 Londonmapper Own calculations based on data from the 2011 Census Released December 2012 Middle Exclusive WealthyBreadline Poor Exclusive Wealthy Middle Breadline Poor Core Poor* London 6.7% 43.8% 49.5% 16.7% Inner London 6.6% 35.0% 58.4% 21.7% Outer London 6.7% 50.3% 43.0% 15.5% * Subset of Breadline Poor
  • 9. Poverty, wealth and place 2001-2011 Data: UK 2011 Census Released December 2012 Londonmapper Middle Exclusive WealthyBreadline Poor Absolute differences to 2001: 10.8% increase in exclusive wealth; 19.2% increase in breadline poverty; 2.1% decline in Middle households Excl. Wealthy change Middle change Breadline Poor change Core Poor change* London +0.2% -4.7% +4.5% +1.2% Inner London +0.3% -0.2% -0.1% -0.5% Outer London +0.0% -7.4% +7.4% +2.2% * Subset of Breadline Poor
  • 10. Londonmapper Data: 2001 Census
  • 11. Londonmapper Data: 2001 Census
  • 12. Hindu population Londonmapper Data: 2011 Census
  • 13. Hindu population Londonmapper Data: 2011 Census
  • 14. Jewish population Londonmapper Data: 2011 Census
  • 15. Pakistani population Londonmapper Data: 2011 Census
  • 16. Roads Londonmapper Data: 2011 Census
  • 17. Railways Londonmapper Data: 2011 Census
  • 18. Greenspace Londonmapper Data: 2011 Census
  • 19. Water Londonmapper Data: 2011 Census
  • 20. Other landuse Londonmapper Data: 2011 Census
  • 21. Thanks for your attention! benjamin.hennig@ouce.ox.ac.uk - @geoviews - www.viewsoftheworld.net Out this spring www.londonmapper.org @londonmapper www.facebook.com/londonmapper Thanks to: Tina Gotthardt, Trust for London, Danny Dorling, John Pritchard