The e-Society Profiler was compiled by the Spatial-Literacy team at University College London as part of an ESRC-funded e-Society project. The project has developed a detailed Great Britain wide classification of neighbourhoods using data about our levels of awareness of different information communication technologies, how we use them, and how we think they might improve our quality of life. By entering a postcode in the e-Society profiler search box, the classification provides an indication about the type of technology use in your neighbourhood and those areas with similar profiles within Great Britain. There are 8 group classifications containing within them 23 types.
Spatial-literacy.org is the University College London gateway to the Spatial Literacy in Teaching (Splint) Centre of Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL), which is a joint initiative of the University of Leicester, University College London and the University of Nottingham.
Freely available data on internet.