Landmark Analytics has extended its property market data to provide social housing density analysis for urban or property studies. The ‘heat maps’ add an extra layer of data into the concentration of social housing, as well as information on average prices, crime rates and ‘cost per sqm’ data.
Drawn from various data sources, the heat maps will provide Landmark Analytics’ customers with access to data from across England and Wales. This freely-available addition to the company’s products gives users an overview of where social housing properties are clustered. Users can type in a postcode, and navigate their way around, viewing the distinct differences in areas, and using the colour-coded key to calculate percentage rates.
Selwyn Lim, managing director, Landmark Analytics, said: “The social housing heat maps will be of interest to a wide range of users, from social housing providers through to developers, local authorities and urban planners who are undertaking analysis of towns, boroughs or property densities in general.”
The Landmark Analytics database contains a wealth of data including 90 million property images, 20 million sale-price records, 18 million historic estate agency listings, three million floor plans, plus bedroom numbers, estimated internal areas and Council Tax banding information.