Welcome to DataWand, a free and open website designed so that users can easily access local data relevant to the London Borough of Wandsworth.

DataWand brings together a collection of data from nationally recognised sources, across several themes to provide a full overview of the borough and how it compares locally and nationally. You can easily view and download data and create your own maps.

To get you started, use the tabs above and options below to explore or see our How To section for video tutorials on using the website.

Community Safety
Economy & Employment
Environment
Equalities
Health & Social Care
Housing
Population
Deprivation
Children and Young People
Quick Ward Profile
Projected total population
Source: Greater London Authority
Projected population aged 0 to 17
Source: Greater London Authority
Projected population aged 65+
Source: Greater London Authority
Projected Black, Asian and Mixed Ethnicity (BAME)
Source: Greater London Authority

News

November 20, 2019

The English Indices of Deprivation provide a set of relative measures of deprivation for small areas across England, based on … Continue reading “New Analysis – Indices of Deprivation 2019!”

October 31, 2019

The DataWand Population Slicer has been updated with new LSOA-level population estimates from the Office for National Statistics! The mid-2018 … Continue reading “Population Slicer Update – ONS 2018 Estimates”

October 21, 2019

See how Wandsworth compares with other areas for Public Health issues such as prevalence, screening and immunisations in the latest August … Continue reading “Public Health Outcomes Framework- August 2019 update.”

September 25, 2019

Custom Area Reporter  You can now access more extensive custom area reports on individual themes such as Population, Health, Crime, … Continue reading “Custom Area Reporter & Data Explorer – New Functionality!”

August 2, 2019

Changes in local populations can be driven by a variety of components – including international migration, internal migration, births and … Continue reading “New Components of (Population) Change Page!”