Housing

Housing maps


H ousing affects us all, all of the time. We all live in different times of households. Some of us live alone, others as couples, others with people they are only temporarily sharing accommodation with. The Census even records how many of us are happily married but living alone, our husband or wife living elsewhere! Households can contain more than one family, or no families at all, and several households can share the same dwelling. It can all become quite complex and so our maps here try to simplify. Households tend to me either renting, buying or own the home the live in outright, although shared ownership is increasing in London. The cost of housing is a perennial debate including rents, average housing prices and what property (council) tax band each dwelling falls in.

List of maps

   Dwellings (people per dwelling) 2001: Ward
   Dwellings (people per dwelling) 2002: Ward
   Dwellings (people per dwelling) 2003: Ward
   Dwellings (people per dwelling) 2004: Ward
   Dwellings (people per dwelling) 2005: Ward
   Dwellings (people per dwelling) 2006: Ward
   Dwellings (people per dwelling) 2007: Ward
   Dwellings (people per dwelling) 2008: Ward
   Dwellings (people per dwelling) 2009: Ward
   Dwellings (people per dwelling) 2010: Ward
   Dwellings (people per dwelling) 2011: Ward
   Dwellings 2011: Borough
   Dwellings, net additions 2013: Borough
   Homeless 2013: Borough
   House Prices 2005: Ward
   House Prices 2006: Ward
   House Prices 2007: Ward
   House Prices 2008: Ward
   House Prices 2009: Ward
   House Prices 2012: Ward
   Households 2001: Grid; Grid Rank
   Household size 2011: Ward
   Housing sold, total value 2012: Borough
   Housing sold, Excess paid on housing property sales 2013: Borough
   Housing sold, change in total value 2012-2013: Borough
   Housing sold, total value 2013: Borough
   Housing value 2013: Borough
   Rent paid 2013: Borough; Borough Rank
 



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