UCL Department of Geography


Launch of 2023 London Output Area Classification

06 September 2023, 3:00 pm–5:00 pm

Launch of 2023 London Output Area Classification

Launch of the 2023 London open geodemographics classification that shows how London's population is changing

This event is free.

Event Information

Open to







Paul Longley – Department of Geography


Lecture Theatre G22
North West Wing
Gower Street
United Kingdom

By Didobi on behalf of UCL Social Data Institute and the CDRC

This Open Data geodemographic classification of London’s neighbourhoods has been developed in partnership with the Greater London Authority to benefit efficient and effective resource allocation in London. It replaces the classification created using 2011 Census data.

The outputs are a key measure of how London’s population is changing.

There will be presentations from the CDRC Data Science Team on

  • The cost of living crisis
  • Warmer homes
  • Supporting business through consumer analytics
  • London’s 24-hour economy

Followed by a panel discussion on the practical uses of geodemographic data

Attendees will have the opportunity to receive early bird access to the London output classification data and be appraised of how prospective users intend to use it.

Local authorities, transport and infrastructure providers, landlords, developers, charities, retailers and leisure operators are encouraged to attend.

See the full agenda

A drinks reception will follow in Room G03 of the North West Wing.

Access profile

We aim to make our events as inclusive as possible so if you have any accessibility requirements please let us know in advance so we can try to make reasonable adjustments and ensure the appropriate measures are taken.

  • The G22 Lecture Theatre is located on the ground floor of the North West Wing building.
  • There is step-free access in to the lecture theatre.
  • There is staggered seating within the lecture theatre.
  • The steps to the staggered seating do have handrails.
  • This lecture theatre does not have a hearing assistance system.

View the full access guide on the AccessAble website.


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