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Local Data Company - Retail Type, Vacancy and Address Data

The location and typology of retail units are available for Time Period 1 (Peak recession-Summer 2009); Time Period 2 (Post recession - Summer 2014); Time Period 3 Summer 2015; Time Period 4 Summer 2016; Time Period 5 Summer 2017; Time Period 6 Summer 2018.

Retail Type and Vacancy data tables include:

  • Shop name
  • Shop use
  • Classification
  • Category
  • Sub Category (inc. Retail Type/Vacancy)
  • Retail Address data table includes:

  • Unit
  • Building
  • Street No
  • Street
  • Town
  • Postcode
  • Latitude
  • Longitude
  •  
    Selected metadata on variables and geographic coverage are included.

    Variable Data Table Type Count # NA % NA # Categories
    Name 2018 Categorical 529062 0 0 229403
    Classification 2018 Categorical 529062 0 0 5
    Category 2018 Categorical 529062 0 0 40
    SubCategory 2018 Categorical 529062 0 0 372
    CareOf 2018 Categorical 529062 0 0 6784
    Unit 2018 Categorical 529062 194785 36.8 4633
    Building 2018 Categorical 529062 165470 31.3 19812
    StreetNo 2018 Categorical 529062 0 0 9104
    Street 2018 Categorical 529062 1 0.000189 34008
    PostCode 2018 Categorical 529062 0 0 128862
    Latitude 2018 Categorical 529062 1 0.000189 205902
    Longitude 2018 Categorical 529062 0 0 236573
    Voa_BusinessRate 2018 Categorical 529062 0 0 2112
    ShoppingAreaName 2018 Categorical 529062 0 0 1760
    Controller: 
    University College London (UCL)

    Data and Resources

    FieldValue
    Modified
    2020-02-26
    Release Date
    2019-11-18
    Geographical Coverage Location
    United Kingdom
    Granularity
    Location; Date
    Author
    Local Data Company
    Contact Email
    Additional Info: 
    FieldValue

    Temporal Scope

    2009; 2014 - 2018

    Minimum Temporal Unit

    Year

    Data Extent

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