Our research, carried out at the ESRC Consumer Data Research Centre (CDRC) and the UCL Urban Dynamics Lab, is exploring the generational and inter-generational residential movements of family groups across Great Britain, using historic censuses and recent consumer registers. The CDRC holds a number of novel consumer datasets that chart recent movements and changes, including the links between geographical and social mobility.
CDRC holds many related data products that may be of interest such as our UK Classification of Work Places, London Workplace Zone Classification, and Great Britain's Retail Structure. Visit the website of the Consumer Data Research Centre to find out more about our available data products, related maps, and details on how to gain access to our Open, Safeguarded, and Secure data sets.
GBNames is intended to show interesting geographical patterns of names, rather than mapping individuals or families. We do not map or show statistics for names with less than 100 occurences per year. In total we have statistics for over 40,000 unique surnames; these names account for 88 per cent of the 2016 adult population in England, Wales, and Scotland. See our Methodology page for further information on GBNames and and methodology that we use.