• Population estimation and profiling

    We provide reliable up to date intelligence on the size and structure of populations and households using local administrative data and other sources.

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    Population estimation and profiling
  • Policy and integrated working Policy and integrated working

    We work in partnership with local providers and users to provide solutions to problems that impact on different user communities.

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  • Service design

    We provide information and intelligence about local communities for use in the design, delivery and evaluation of local services.

    The evaluation has given us a great deal of valuable information about the needs of our older population in Brent. (Martin Cheeseman, Director of Housing and Community Care, Brent Council)

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    Service design
  • Expertise and advice Expertise and advice

    nkm have been trailblazers in the use of administrative data over the last 15 years.

    We have valuable knowledge on identifying, obtaining, securely sharing and analysing these data.

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Why nkm? We provide better local population intelligence to help you make better decisions

Call: 020 8943 4110

Who we are

Founded in 1993, we are a management consultancy providing research and consultancy services. We specialise in the creation of local intelligence for use in the design, planning and evaluation of local services and policies.

What we do

We combine administrative information from organisations and stakeholders to produce joined up solutions through information sharing and using state of the art analysis.

Who we work with

Local authorities, NHS organisations, central government, the third sector, education bodies, law enforcement agencies, other consultancies and professional bodies. Our academic research is carried out in affiliation with Cass Business School, London.

 

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