Birmingham’s Rubbish

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Birmingham City Council recently announced that they would be “opening up the council’s vast amounts of data, so members of the public can judge our performance.”

Their first offering is a “a dashboard that outlines how well each ward is doing on some key environmental measures: litter, fly-posting and graffiti.”. This is the form of an Excel spreadsheet with a red background for those wards failing the target and a green background for those that match or better it.

The dashboard can be seen at FWM-Dashboard-1-Feb-2016.xls. Interestingly, this is not in the Open Data section of the BCC website, but a Newsroom announcement. The last place I looked…

Data for the first three maps is for February 2016. Index of Multiple Deprivation is for October 2015.

Litter

Flyposting

Graffiti

Indices of Multiple Deprivation (Red to Green)

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