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London Borough Data Partnership - 13/12/16

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London Fire Brigade HQ

169 Union Street

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SE1 0LL

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(9am for 9.30am start)

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1) Using data to find those most at risk from fire

Andrew Mobbs, London Fire Brigade: Andy will explain how applying data analytics to datasets held by London Boroughs could help the LFB identify vulnerable households at most risk from a fire at their home.

2) London Office of Data Analytics Pilot

GLA & Hilary Simpson/Nesta: Progress report on the HMO project and the development of a LODA Data Sharing Protocol

3) London’s Charity Sector Data: a hidden gold mine?

Emma Prest, DataKind & Vivienne Avery, GLA: Hear more about the charity ‘doing good with data’, their work with the third sector and a data science project to better understand London’s homeless population.

4) New Labour Market Indicators

Joel Marsden, GLA Economics: Exploiting data to plan ahead, and develop the skills that London’s economy needs.

5) London Borough Islington: Health Mapping

Ellis Turner, Environmental Health Manager: Health mapping pilot – relationships with census data and health data. Local authority case study and reflections of trialling a health mapping data analysis idea taken from the health mapping toolkit.

6) London Borough Waltham Forest: Data to Intelligence

Jean Mallo, Intelligence analyst and visualisation specialist: Project aims to exploit the data being produced by Local Authorities delivering Children’s Social Care services by applying innovative ways of presenting the data in a graphical, visual format, enable service managers to use this information to understand the current position and prompt the strategic thought and conversation that leads to service improvement.


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