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GIS-based facility location analysis for the public and private sectors

As part of our interactive Data Dives series, we will be helping you to explore facility location analysis. Siting key facilities, such as hospitals and fire stations, in the right locations is vital for providing the services we need. Cities are continually reviewing the location of these facilities as populations grow or services are reorgani...

23.10.20 | Training

An exploration of fuel poverty in the private rental housing market

As part of our interactive Data Dives series, we will be helping you to investigate fuel poverty in the private rental housing market. Many homeowners and tenants are at risk of fuel poverty in the UK. Those on low incomes are also experiencing “double deprivation” due to the low energy efficiency of their houses or rental properties. These poo...

20.10.20 | Training

Administrative data for social policy research: potential and pitfalls

UBDC Director Professor Nick Bailey will be speaking at this I-SPHERE and SCADR Seminar on 'Administrative data for social policy research: potential and pitfalls'. Professor Nick Bailey is an Associate Director of the Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research (SCADR) and leads research on Work and social security. This research strand a...

14.10.20 | External Engagement

Exploring learning city inclusion with diverse education data

As part of our interactive Data Dives series, we will be helping you to use diverse education data to explore learning city inclusion. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO)’s Learning Cities agenda promotes education across all sectors and environments, but the success of its initiatives have not been rig...

13.10.20 | Training

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