Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Open Data Portal

Organisations are sharing data in order to change the way we all live and work across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough as well as meet requirements for Open Government.

This site is managed by Cambridgeshire County Council but publishing partners include Peterborough City Council, 3C Services and the Greater Cambridge Partnership.

Have a look at our partner site Cambridgeshire Insight to discover research intelligence including interactive maps and reports across a range of themes including crime, economy, deprivation and population.

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Latest Data Stories

Cycling in cambridge
Our recent data story on developing the cycle monitoring network across Cambridgesh
The summer of 2018 went down in history as the hottest on record for England.
We’ve previously posted on what the results of the
Our recent data story on what we already know about cycling in and around C

Publishers

A collection of datasets released Cambridgeshire Research Group.

A collection of datasets released Cambridgeshire Research Group. The Cambridgeshire Research Group, part of Cambridgeshire County Council's Business Intelligence, provides a wide variety of...

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A collection of core datasets released by Cambridgeshire County Council.This publisher group also contains the minimum data that Cambridgeshire County Council as a local authority should be...

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A collection of datasets linked to the Housing Board for Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and West Suffolk.You can find a description of hte Board and its background here https://...

Datasets

This dataset contains both the national prediction score for the prevalence of Loneliness across all LSOA's in England and Wales and also has this broken down to just Cambridgeshire and Peterborough...

A record of grants awarded by the County Council, in line with the Local Government Transparency Code

These case studies show how the Innovate & Cultivate Fund is helping organisations to support Cambridgeshire residents.