The map shows areas where more than 8 percent of the residents were born abroad.
The interactive map created by geographer Oliver O’Brien of University College London’s Consumer Data Research Centre (www.maps.cdrc.ac.uk).
– Map reveals one in three London residents were born abroad
– Another way of looking at London
– Average London property prices (1995 – 2015)
– What a difference 400 years makes (the London skyline 1616 – 2016)
– London is the World’s most expensive city to live and work in
– 5 maps that quantify exactly how rammed London is
– London Smellscape
– Isochronic distances in days from London (1914)
– Isochronic distances in days from London (1881)
– A 2016 version of the 1914 isochronic London