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    Public health funerals

    Wakefield Metropolitan District Council
    Under the Public Health (Control of Diseases) Act 1984, we have a statutory duty to make arrangements for the funeral of any person who has died or is found dead in the Wakefield District, where it appears that no suitable funeral arrangements have been made, or are being made. Before arranging a person’s funeral we will make enquiries as to the existence of a will, any relatives who are able to deal with the arrangements, or funds to ...
  • Updated 2 days ago

    School Mode of Travel

    Leeds City Council
    The Influencing Travel Behaviour Team (ITB) provide road safety education, training and publicity to schools, communities, businesses and Leeds residents. We promote sustainable travel throughout Leeds along with helping schools and businesses to develop and implement their travel plans (which promote safe, sustainable and less car dependent patterns of travel).   Each year we request mode of travel data from schools in Leeds via a ...
  • Updated 2 days ago

    Incident reporting for the West Yorkshire region

    West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service
    The following dataset shows incidents in West Yorkshire area attended by West Yorkshire Fire Service broken down by district, ward area and first part of postcode. Definintions Primary fires are generally more serious fires occurring in one or more of the following locations, buildings, caravans or trailers, vehicles and other methods of transport (not derelict). Outdoor storage, plant, machinery, agricultural, forestry property, most ...
  • Updated 2 days ago

    Business rates - credits over £50.00 written on

    Leeds City Council
    A list of all credits over £50.00 on Business Rates accounts where we have been unable to identify where the credit should be refunded.
  • Updated 2 days ago

    Noise nuisance - out of hours

    Leeds City Council
    This dataset shows all instances of noise nuisance reports between 18:00 - 03:30. These incidents are typically reactive. Please note All daytime noise nuisance reports can be found in the service requests dataset: https://datamillnorth.org/dataset/service-requests
  • Updated 2 days ago

    Business rates

    Leeds City Council
    Information on all business who pay business rates in Leeds. Information includes business name, rateable value and full postal address. For a visualisation of the information contained in this data set please visit ODI Leeds Information Individuals who are registered and work from their home address have been removed for data protection purposes. After Friday 27th October 2017, the business rates dataset will be updated quarterly. B...
  • Updated 2 days ago

    Bring sites

    Leeds City Council
    A dataset providing the locations of all bring sites in Leeds and what items you can dispose. This dataset also shows the amount of glass collected at each site each month from April 2016. Bring sites are smaller recycling sites which you'll find in supermarkets or pub car parks. Depending on the site, you can recycle a variety of things including paper, glass, clothing, food/drink cans and plastic bottles. Further information Please t...
  • Updated 2 days ago

    Noise nuisance - daytime

    Leeds City Council
    This dataset shows all noise nuisance reports in office hours (08:00 - 18:00). These incidents are typically ongoing matters which once reported will be investigated. For Information LASBT ALMO & Tenancy Breach = noise nuisance relating to a property owned by Leeds City Council LASBT Private = noise nuisance relating to a non-council owned property Sr_Num = unique service request number Please note Commercial noise is handled by the ...
  • Updated 2 days ago

    Noise abatement notices

    Leeds City Council
    A dataset providing a list of Section 80 (noise abatement) notices issued by Leeds City Council. An abatement notice can be served by the local authority if they are satisfied that a noise problem amounts to a statutory nuisance. The notice may require that the noise be stopped altogether or limited to certain times of day. The notice can be served on the person responsible for the noise, who then has 21 days to appeal. Further Informat...
  • Updated 3 days ago

    Newcastle libraries computer usage

    Newcastle City Council
    Monthly computer usage figures by branch library from April 2008 to present. Additional information Given as a percentage of the total available time computers can be booked. Blank means no data available. BIPC is the Business & IP Centre based within the City Library.