A site about how community groups and charities can make the most of data and open data to do something useful. Focused on Birmingham, relevant everywhere.

Posts Tagged ‘#brumdata’

How using better data and being better informed can get you more of what you need


It matters when what you do changes something – this was a tweet from last month… @MarcusBelben @podnosh @KingsHeathRF @liveinhope13 @20splentyforus I've asked officers to look again at 20 MPH for Brook Lane — Lisa Trickett (@LisaTrickett41) March 21, 2015 Yes that’s not a guarantee of change, but it’s evidence of a big step towards […]

Open Data Policy for Voluntary Service Councils.


Manchester Community CentralĀ  – the voluntary service council for the city – releases some of it’s data as open data. They define it as Open data are data that can be freely used, reused and redistributed by anyone It is subject only, at most, to the requirement to attribute and sharealike Open data are the […]