I meant to blog about Jon Henley’s essay in the Guardian the other day about the housing market but didn’t get round to it. However, watching the second half of the first part of his TV series on Channel 4 last night has spurred me into action. Generally, I was disappointed with the article and… Continue reading Property Prices and Jon Henley
Unaccustomed as I am to defending Boris Johnson, I’m not convinced that publishing crime maps would necessarily result in a breach of data protection. Didn’t we solve this problem with census data decades ago? A more intriguing objection is the complaint by RICS that â€œpublicising high crime areas in such detail could literally wipe thousands… Continue reading Boris Johnson’s crime maps, data protection and land values
Jock Coats points me to this video which is worth linking to: Take the trouble to watch it.