What’s new on Open Barnet?

Open Barnet hosts hundreds of unique datasets. Here are some of the most recent datasets we’ve published:

Featured datasets:

  • Customer Services Data
  • Barnet Information Dashboard
  • Barnet Traffic Penalty Charge Notices

Customer Services Data

What is it?

Barnet Council is committed to giving you outstanding customer service whenever and however you choose to contact us. We have standards in place which we monitor to make sure that this happens. We also check with our customers that our standards are the right ones, and we improve them if necessary. We have published a detailed data dashboard incorporating performance against all our Key Performance Indicators in this area.

Why publish?

  • Residents and the wider public have a right to see if the council is performing to an acceptable standard in its dealings with them.
  • Publication encourages greater innovation from developers and analysts who want to map government spending on a local and national level, and widens access to working with the council to other sectors.

Why not…

Use the data to see how the council is doing in meeting the high standards set.

 

School Funding allocations

What is it?

Interactive data dashboards outlining funding allocation for maintained schools in Barnet.

Why publish?

We are committed to providing detailed and granular data on council-related finance, including income received and the council’s financial outgoings. Residents have a right to know how council funding is allocated and the resources available to our schools

Why not…

Take a look at the funding provided for your child’s school.

 

 

Barnet population projections

What is it?

Raw data population projections for the Borough through to the year 2035, with additional reports containing detailed analysis provided by the Greater London Authority.

Why publish?

These demographic projections support the work of planners and policy makers in  Barnet. Most are updated annually, using the latest data as it becomes available.

The data builds on projection models that stretch back to the early 1970s. The models continue to change as new sources of data become available and new methodologies are developed. These models use data from the Office for National Statistics including Census 2011 outputs, births, deaths and migration, as well as assumed future housing data from the Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment and from the Department for Communities and Local Government.

Publishing the data allows third party organisations to analyse and reproduce the data to inform their work, promoting innovation and potentially building models that can be built back into service delivery.

Why not…

Check out the changes predicted to occur in your area in the coming years and combine the data with other sources.