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Cambridgeshire Insight OpenData

Welcome to Cambridgeshire Insight Open Data
Funded by the LGA Open data Breakthrough Fund

Welcome to Cambridgeshire Insight OpenData

Cambridgeshire Insight Open Data is the place to get local data. Organisations are sharing data in order to change the way we all live and work in the County as well as meet requirements for Open Government.

This site is managed by Cambridgeshire County Council and the development has been funded by the Local Government Association

Open for Business

Site goes live. Read our introductory Blog about the project and the road to launch

Please search for datasets that are available within this website directly from the homepage or by navigating to the Datasets search page where you can search for Cambridgeshire data by tags, groups and format.



Fri, 10/14/2016 - 17:50
It has been estimated that there were 257 deaths attributable to particulate air pollution in Cambridgeshire in 2010 and that over 5% of Cambridgeshire’s population mortality is attributed to air
Thu, 10/06/2016 - 15:00
What is Hate Crime? A hate crime is one which is “committed against someone because of their disability, gender-identity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation” (1). It covers a wide range
Tue, 08/16/2016 - 11:09
Why is understanding fuel poverty important? Every year, fuel poverty in the UK makes headlines, for example: Cold homes caused 9,000 deaths last winter, study suggests http://www.
Thu, 07/14/2016 - 17:48
Student housing is provided, based on the local demand and availability. This report is looking at the current or new developments of student housing across Cambridgeshire based on the planning


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Child Poverty

The Children in Low-Income Families Local Measure shows the proportion of children living in families in receipt of out-of-work (means-tested) benefits or in receipt of tax credits where their repo


Data identifying the boundary of the East of England.