Monthly Archives: August 2011

Cambridge riots visualised

Following the recent riots in London, there was a minor disturbance¬†in Cambridge on Tuesday night. Here’s an indication of just how minor it was: Based on the population of Cambridge aged 15-24. One block represents 40 people.

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Cambridge household income

How much does a typical Cambridge household earn? Cambridgeshire County Council’s Research Group has published some data that gives an interesting picture. Here are the figures for the whole of Cambridge city: These numbers cover 2009, and are for gross … Continue reading

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Cambridge City Councilllor Allowances

Cambridge City Council has recently published details of the allowances paid to its councillors in the year up to the end of March. Here’s the data: The coloured block next to each councillor’s name shows their party. Councillors all receive … Continue reading

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Cambridge in the next twenty years

In November last year, Cambridgeshire County Council’s Research Group published some forecasts for population changes in the county up to the year 2031. These forecasts include predictions for age groups in each ward, so they give quite a lot of … Continue reading

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