I have been tracking, on here, the figures for Jobseekers Allowance (JSA) claims in Wandsworth for well over a year.
The map below details crimes reported in Wandsworth between 17 – 24 June 2010, it features a total of 78 crimes (18 fewer than last week).
Blogged: Tweets for week ending 2010-06-20 http://bit.ly/d16AoS # Blogged: Crime briefing, 10 – 17 June http://bit.ly/bHicwE # Blogged: The American embassy http://bit.ly/9pnONn # Filled with much the same feelings I had for last season's Grimsby matchdays: hope and optimism tempered by impending doom #eng # Blogged: Neighbourhood Watch (and open data) in Wandsworth http://bit.ly/9wfYVy # Beer and a half-time #eng lead make for a heady cocktail I've not tasted for some time.
Roehampton University are (and have been for a while) offering a series of free courses for Wandsworth residents as part of a programme called ‘Creative Futures’.
View Neighbourhood Watch in Wandsworth in a larger map A fairly hefty map, but one I thought I’d put together following my post about freedom of information.
Although no longer part of my council brief (and of such importance that it was mainly the leader’s baby anyway) I’m still incredibly excited by the potential in Nine Elms.