Sensor-enhanced housing survey data for urban heat investigation : licensed data

During the summer months from July 2023 to September 2023 (including a mini heatwave in early September 2023), 40 Smart Citizen sensors have recorded data in homes in Southwark, London, with recording duration from 24 days to 53 days.

This licensed dataset comprises building insulation and building age data in our survey households, linking with the open EPC dataset. You can access the open dataset to link them together for further usage. The unique ID is utilized as a linking mechanism between the SCK sensor data and the TBIJ survey data.

Existing Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) data is used to create this licensed dataset, based on the participants’ home addresses and Unique ID, providing the energy conditions of homes. The EPC data was collected from Energy Performance of Buildings Search Results

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Urban Big Data Centre (2024). Sensor-enhanced housing survey data for urban heat investigation : licensed data [Data set]. University of Glasgow. https://doi.org/10.20394/ddozh5s0
Retrieved: 19:22 13 Jul 2024 (UTC)

Additional Info

Title Sensor-enhanced housing survey data for urban heat investigation : licensed data
Alternative title
URL sensor-safeguarded
Description

During the summer months from July 2023 to September 2023 (including a mini heatwave in early September 2023), 40 Smart Citizen sensors have recorded data in homes in Southwark, London, with recording duration from 24 days to 53 days.

This licensed dataset comprises building insulation and building age data in our survey households, linking with the open EPC dataset. You can access the open dataset to link them together for further usage. The unique ID is utilized as a linking mechanism between the SCK sensor data and the TBIJ survey data.

Existing Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) data is used to create this licensed dataset, based on the participants’ home addresses and Unique ID, providing the energy conditions of homes. The EPC data was collected from Energy Performance of Buildings Search Results

Content

This dataset is a supplement of the existing open dataset via the TBIJ project.

A wider range of existing Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) data is included in this dataset, providing information of participants’ homes, including details on construction age, roof, walls, windows, and floor. The EPC data was collected from Energy Performance of Buildings Search Results (opendatacommunities.org).

Subjects Environment and Climate Change
Topics
Dataset Citation Urban Big Data Centre. Economic and Social Research Council. Sensor-Enhanced Housing Survey Data for Urban Heat Investigation licensed data, 2023 [data collection]. University of Glasgow - Urban Big Data Centre.
Time Period Coverage 28/07/2023-26/09/2023 - 24 to 53 days depending on the sensors.
Geographical Coverage London
Spatial Units
Observation Units Household level
Resource Type CSV
Data Format
Weighting
Method of Collection

Survey, indoor sensor measurement, and linking EPC and IMD by house addresses.

Collection Status
Dataset Aggregation
Data Owner Urban Big Data Centre
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License other-closed
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Provider b2ba2219-ff6c-461a-a746-e762ef7600fd
Version
Dataset Available
Dataset Closed
Dataset Valid
Dataset Updating Frequency
Dataset Next Version Due
Date Published 2024-02-13
Date of Fieldwork
Dataset File Type CSV
Dataset File Size 4 KB
Dataset Creation Date
Dataset Access Restrictions Safeguarded Dataset
Metadata Created Date 2024-02-13
Metadata Created Institution Urban Big Data Centre
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