Hospital Parking Charges in England

Hospital Parking Charges in England

This month’s blog is going to look at an issue that has been in the news quite a bit recently – the price of hospital parking. There are mixed views as to whether charging for hospital parking is a good idea or not, with fees being scrapped in Scotland as of 2008 (apart from at 3 hospitals tied in to long PFI contracts) and in Wales as of the end of 2018 (10 years after the plan was first announced). Parking charges still remain in England and as expected, vary hugely from location to location.

Analysis of England’s Christmas Dinner farm production since 1945 shows significant changes in growing areas and a 951% rise in the number of Turkeys

Analysis of England’s Christmas Dinner farm production since 1945 shows significant changes in growing areas and a 951% rise in the number of Turkeys

Today Emu Analytics, a leading data science and software company, have published a map of how growing areas for the traditional Christmas Dinner ingredients in England have changed from 1945 to 2018. Analysis of England’s Christmas Dinner farm production since 1945 shows significant changes in growing areas and a 951% rise in the number of Turkeys.

Fly Tipping Incidents in England Rise 40% Since 2012/13 at an Annual Cost of £58m to Councils

Fly Tipping Incidents in England Rise 40% Since 2012/13 at an Annual Cost of £58m to Councils

Autumn is approaching and as we look back on the summer with fond memories we are also looking back at one of our early blogs. Keen Emu blog readers may remember we had an intern Alice Millard who wrote a blog in May 2016 all about fly tipping. We thought it was a good time to revisit this topic as it is still a massive and costly issue that has not gone away. To optimise our analysis we have used Location Insights Explorer to analyse and visualise the latest data on fly tipping.

Housing Density Take 2

Housing Density Take 2

It has been a warm and sunny few months at Emu Analytics and we have all just about survived the heatwave! We have been slightly quiet on the blog front but we are back, and rest assured that service is now restored and we will be sharing regular location-based goodies with you!

New report reveals an 83% shortfall in the required number of charging points for Electric Vehicles by 2020

New report reveals an 83% shortfall in the required number of charging points for Electric Vehicles by 2020

Today Emu Analytics, a leading data science and software company, have published a White Paper titled ‘A Sustainable Future. Preparing for Electric Vehicles’ that identifies that by 2020 an additional 83,500 charging points will be required to meet the demand from electric vehicles (EVs). To date there are 16,500 charging points. There needs to be an 83% increase in the number of charge points by 2020 to meet the demand form EVs in the UK.