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  • Updated 16 days ago

    Index of Private Housing Rental Prices, Region

    Office for National Statistics (ONS)
    The Index of Private Housing Rental Prices (IPHRP) is a quarterly experimental price index. It tracks the prices paid for renting property from private landlords in Great Britain. IPHRP is produced from a number of administrative sources and is classified as experimental by ONS. The index compares trends (rather than levels) in average private sector rents across English regions, Wales and Scotland. It uses a complex mix-adjustment an...
  • Updated 5 months ago

    Ratio of House Prices to Earnings, Borough

    Office for National Statistics (ONS)
    This table shows the average House Price/Earnings ratio, which is an important indicator of housing affordability. Ratios are calculated by dividing house price by the median earnings of a borough. The Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE) is based on a 1 per cent sample of employee jobs. Information on earnings and hours is obtained in confidence from employers. It does not cover the self-employed nor does it cover employees not ...
  • Updated 9 months ago

    Housing Tenure by Borough

    Office for National Statistics (ONS)
    This table shows the numbers and percentages of persons and households by each housing tenure category, including, owned outright, being bought with mortgage or loan, rented from Local Authority/ Housing Association, or private landlord. Private Rented includes renting from employing organisation, another organisation, relative of household member and individual employer. Numbers are rounded to the nearest hundred. Percentages were c...
  • Updated 4 years ago

    Monthly Mix-Adjusted Average House Prices, London

    Office for National Statistics (ONS)
    This page is no longer being updated. Please use the UK House Price Index instead. Mix-adjusted house prices, by new/pre-owned dwellings, type of buyer (first time buyer) and region, from February 2002 for London and UK, and average mix-adjusted prices by UK region, and long term Annual House Price Index data since 1969 for London. The ONS House Price Index is mix-adjusted to allow for differences between houses sold (for example type...
  • Updated 6 years ago

    Overcrowded Households by Borough

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    Table shows the percentage of households that are defined as overcrowded - defined by the 'bedroom standard'. 'Overcrowded includes Basic Overcrowded and Severely Overcrowded. This includes households with at least 1 bedroom too few. 'Bedroom standard' is used as an indicator of occupation density. A standard number of bedrooms is allocated to each household in accordance with its age/sex/marital status composition and the relationshi...
  • Updated 6 years ago

    Census 2001 Key Statistics 18: Tenure

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    Census Key Statistics Table KS18: Tenure
  • Updated 6 years ago

    Census 2001 Key Statistics 03: Living Arrangements

    Office for National Statistics (ONS)
    Census Key Statistics Table KS03: Living arrangements. The living arrangements variable is different to marital status. It combines information from both marital status and the relationship matrix. Therefore a person living as part of a 'cohabiting couple' could in fact be married (to someone else) but will not appear as married or separated in this classification. A person not living in a couple can be classified married (or re-marri...
  • Updated 6 years ago

    Census 2001 Key Statistics 16: Household Spaces

    Office for National Statistics (ONS)
    Census Key Statistics Table KS16: Household spaces and accommodation type. Cells in this table have been randomly adjusted to avoid the release of confidential data. All data is © Crown Copyright 2003. Census day was 29 April 2001.
  • Updated 6 years ago

    Census 2001 Key Statistics 19: Rooms and Amenities

    Office for National Statistics (ONS)
    Census Key Statistics Table KS19: Rooms, amenities, central heating and lowest floor level. The occupancy rating provides a measure of under-occupancy and overcrowding. For example; a value of -1 implies that there is one room too few and that there is overcrowding in the household. The occupancy rating assumes that every household; including one person households, requires a minimum of two common rooms (excluding bathrooms). Cells in...
  • Updated 6 years ago

    Census 2001 Key Statistics 20: Household Composition

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    Census Key Statistics Table KS20: Household composition A dependent child is a person in a household aged 0 - 15 (whether or not in a family) or a person aged 16 - 18 who is a full-time student and in a family with parent(s). Cells in this table have been randomly adjusted to avoid the release of confidential data. All data is © Crown Copyright 2003. Census day was 29 April 2001.