Somewhere To Move is a digital resource that provides information about the
critical issues that matter when it comes to looking for a new place to live.
We've compiled government statistics on crime levels, school performance,
and house prices for the whole of England to provide a clear and intuitive picture
of the country.
The data powering Somewhere To Move is aggregated from numerous official sources,
and is tied together geographically using the Office for National Statistics Coding System
. As a result of changing code boundaries over time, there are some areas where data
cannot be accurately mapped. These can be seen as missing segments in certain charts and maps.
The general approach has been to prefer gaps than substantial modification of the underlying data.
The data sources used can be accessed from the corresponding section below.
Understanding Educational Metrics
In order to provide useful insights around school performance, a wide range of educational metrics
are used by the site, covering key stages in the schooling process. While we have attempted to provide
understandable relative comparisons, the underlying meaning behind these metrics may not be immediately
obvious, and so a variety of resources are available below to assist in the interpretation of these metrics:
Overview of Key Stages
Performance Metric Breakdowns
The data powering Somewhere To Move has been compiled from the following sources:
- Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0.
- Contains HM Land Registry data © Crown copyright and database right 2020.
- This data is licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0.
- Contains OS data © Crown copyright and database right 2019
Open Government Licence v3.0