23/10/2018

Social data and innovative neighbourhoods

Innovative neighbourhoodsInnovative neighbourhoods

Interesting research

An example,

Strong destinations with lots of choices

Destinations make up 60% of all of the places recorded. Destinations are defined here as places that attract people: bars, dining, food, markets, accommodation, attractions etc. These neighbourhood showed high density of destinations with a lot of variety in what was on offer. These same neighbourhoods have been successful in attracting investment and talent, which would suggest that the destinations are a critical component of creating places people want to work and open up shop.


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