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Default [OT] High-resolution population density data for London?

Hi all,

Any idea where one would go to get a map of population density in London
that was a bit more detailed than the one he


By ward would be great.

Also, is population density usually defined as total population over total
area, or total population over area used for housing? If the former, i can
see that boroughs like Waltham Forest and Richmond might look rather less
dense than they 'really' are.


PS Have i asked this here before? It's certainly something i've wondered
often enough ...

this place would be a paradise tomorrow if every department had a
supervisor with a sub-machine gun

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