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									Tenure trends and cross-tenure analysis

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Tenure and region
FT1101          S101         Table FT1101 (S101): Trends in tenure
FT1111          S135a        Table FT1111 (S135a): Trend in tenure by region (one table per region)
FA1121          S135b        Table FA1111 (S135b): Tenure by Region, 2008-09

Household characteristics
FA1201          S106         Table FA1201 (S106): Age of household reference person by tenure, 2008-09
FA1211          S109         Table FA1211 (S109): Number of people living in household by tenure, 2008-09
FA1221          S108         Table FA1221 (S108): Household type by tenure, 2008-09
FA1231          S133         Table FA1231 (S133): Persons by sex, age and tenure of household, 2008-09
FT1241          S117         Table FT1241 (S117): Trends in tenure: Households with dependent children

Economic status and Income
FA1301           S111        Table FA1301 (S111): Economic status of household reference person by tenure, 2008-09
FA1311           S112        Table FA1311 (S112): Number of persons in household who were working by tenure, 2008-09
FA1321           S113        Table FA1321 (S113): Gross weekly income of household reference person (and partner) by tenure, 2008-09
FA1331           S188        Table FA1331 (S188): Gross annual income of household reference person (and partner) by tenure, 2008-09
FA1341           S114        Table FA1341 (S114): Gross weekly income of household by tenure, 2008-09

Rooms and overcrowding
FA1401          S125         Table FA1401 (S125): Number of rooms by tenure, 2008-09
FA1411          S141         Table FA1411 (S141): Number of rooms by region, 2008-09
FA1421          new          Table FT1421: Trends in overcrowding by tenure
FA1422          S127         Table FA1422 (S127): Overcrowding and under-occupation by tenure, 2008-09
FA1423          S140         Table FA1423 (S140) : Overcrowding and under-occupation by region, 2008-09
FA1424          new          Table FA1424: Overcrowding and under-occupation by region and tenure, 2008-09
FA1431          S136         Table FA1431 (S136): Type of accomodation and whether self-contained by region, 2008-09

Disability
FA1501           S185        Table FA1501 (S185): Whether require specially adapted accommodation by tenure of household, 2008-09
Table FT1101 (S101): Trends in tenure

all households
                            owner occupiers                         social renters
                  own         buying with                       local     housing                      private
                 outright       mortgage             all    authority association         all          renters          total
                                                                                                     thousands of households
       1
1918                                                 n/a                                  n/a              n/a            n/a
19391                                             3,500                                1,090            6,460         11,050
19531                                             4,110                                2,240            6,490         12,840
19611                                             5,990                                3,240            4,690         13,920
19711                                             8,060                                4,640            3,240         15,940
1981                 4,313          5,546         9,860                                5,461            1,904         17,225
1984                 4,590          6,399        10,990                                5,034            1,920         17,945
1988                 4,834          7,414        12,248                                4,706            1,702         18,656
1991                 4,795          8,255        13,050                                4,435            1,824         19,309

1992                 4,815          8,255        13,069                                4,371            1,724         19,164
1993                 4,898          8,382        13,280                                4,317            1,833         19,430
1994                 5,008          8,421        13,429                                4,257            1,869         19,555
1995                 4,998          8,468        13,467                                4,245            1,939         19,652
1996                 5,115          8,407        13,521                                4,218            1,995         19,734

19973                5,249          8,380        13,629                                4,170            2,078         19,877
19983                5,404          8,413        13,817                                4,148            2,063         20,028
19993                5,582          8,508        14,091                                4,072            2,000         20,163
2000                 5,764          8,575        14,339                                3,953            2,029         20,320

20013                5,885          8,473        14,358                                3,983            2,062         20,403
20023                6,019          8,540        14,559                                3,972            2,131         20,662
20033                6,158          8,542        14,701                                3,804            2,234         20,739
20043                6,288          8,389        14,677                                3,797            2,284         20,758
20053                6,352          8,440        14,791                                3,696            2,445         20,932
20063                6,425          8,365        14,790                                3,736            2,566         21,092
20073                6,505          8,228        14,733                                3,755            2,691         21,178
20083                6,653          7,975        14,628                                3,797            2,982         21,407

2008- 09             6,770          7,851        14,621         1,887         1,955 3,842               3,067         21,530
                                                                                                                 percentages
       1, 2
1918                                               23.0                                  1.0              76.0         100.0
19391                                              32.0                                 10.0              58.0         100.0
19531                                              32.0                                 18.0              50.0         100.0
19611                                              43.0                                 23.0              34.0         100.0
19711                                              51.0                                 29.0              20.0         100.0
1981                  25.0           32.2          57.2                                 31.7              11.1         100.0
1984                  25.6           35.7          61.2                                 28.1              10.7         100.0
1988                  25.9           39.7          65.7                                 25.2               9.1         100.0
1991                  24.8           42.8          67.6                                 23.0               9.4         100.0

1992                  25.1           43.1          68.2                                 22.8               9.0         100.0
1993                  25.2           43.1          68.3                                 22.2               9.4         100.0
1994                  25.6           43.1          68.7                                 21.8               9.6         100.0
1995                  25.4           43.1          68.5                                 21.6               9.9         100.0
1996                  25.9           42.6          68.5                                 21.4              10.1         100.0

19973                 26.4           42.2          68.6                                 21.0              10.5         100.0
19983                 27.0           42.0          69.0                                 20.7              10.3         100.0
19993                 27.7           42.2          69.9                                 20.2               9.9         100.0
20003                 28.4           42.2          70.6                                 19.5              10.0         100.0

20013                 28.8           41.5          70.4                                 19.5              10.1         100.0
20023                 29.1           41.3          70.5                                 19.2              10.3         100.0
20033                 29.7           41.2          70.9                                 18.3              10.8         100.0
20043                 30.3           40.4          70.7                                 18.3              11.0         100.0
20053                 30.3           40.3          70.7                                 17.7              11.7         100.0
20063                 30.5           39.7          70.1                                 17.7              12.2         100.0
20073                 30.7           38.9          69.6                                 17.7              12.7         100.0
20083                 31.1           37.3          68.3                                 17.7              13.9         100.0

2008- 09              31.4           36.5          67.9           8.8            9.1    17.8              14.2         100.0
1. derived from figures for England & Wales. It has been assumed that the percentage in each tenure in England was
   the same as for England & Wales as a whole.
2. based on share of dwellings rather than households
3. figures between 1997 and 2008 are based on re-weighted LFS data issued in late August 2008. These will therefore
  differ from the corresponding figures published in previous versions of the table.
Sources:
1918: Estimates by Alan Holmans of Cambridge University Department of Land Economy;
1939 to 1971: "Housing Policy in Britain", Alan Holmans, Table V1;
1981 to 1991: DOE Labour Force Survey Housing Trailer;
1992 to 2008: ONS Labour Force Survey;
2008-09: DCLG English Housing Survey, full household sample.
Table FT1111 (S135a): Trend in tenure by region - North East

all households in the North East
                           owner occupiers
                   own      buying with         all owner          social          private            all
               outright       mortgage         occupiers          renters          renters       tenures
                                                                                  thousands of households
1997                241              431              672             329                71         1,072
1998                258              414              672             338                75         1,085
1999                239              420              659             325                81         1,065
2000                248              441              689             308                79         1,075
2001                263              425              687             320                72         1,080
2002                281              428              709             313                73         1,096
2003                303              427              730             281                87         1,099
2004                296              423              719             286               103         1,108
2005                293              438              731             271               101         1,103
2006                308              427              735             273               107         1,114
2007                312              411              723             266               117         1,107
2008                309              412              721             276               136         1,133

2008-09             345              416              761             265               114         1,140
                                                                                              percentages
1997               22.5             40.2             62.7            30.7               6.6         100.0
1998               23.8             38.1             61.9            31.2               6.9         100.0
1999               22.4             39.4             61.9            30.5               7.6         100.0
2000               23.0             41.0             64.0            28.6               7.3         100.0
2001               24.3             39.3             63.7            29.6               6.7         100.0
2002               25.7             39.1             64.7            28.6               6.7         100.0
2003               27.6             38.9             66.5            25.6               7.9         100.0
2004               26.7             38.2             64.9            25.8               9.3         100.0
2005               26.6             39.7             66.3            24.5               9.2         100.0
2006               27.6             38.3             65.9            24.5               9.6         100.0
2007               28.2             37.2             65.4            24.0              10.6         100.0
2008               27.3             36.4             63.7            24.4              12.0         100.0

2008-09            30.3             36.5             66.7            23.3              10.0         100.0
Sources:
1918: Estimates by Alan Holmans of Cambridge University Department of Land Economy;
1939 to 1971: "Housing Policy in Britain", Alan Holmans, Table V1;
1981 to 1991: DOE Labour Force Survey Housing Trailer;
1992 to 2008: ONS Labour Force Survey;
2008-09: DCLG English Housing Survey, full household sample.
Note: Figures between 1997 and 2008 are based on re-weighted LFS data issued in late August 2008.
These will therefore differ from the corresponding figures published in previous versions of the table.
Table FT1111 (S135a): Trend in tenure by region - North West

all households in the North West
                        owner occupiers
                own      buying with     all owner               social           private               all
            outright       mortgage     occupiers               renters           renters          tenures
                                                                                    thousands of households
1997             759               1,166         1,926              609               237             2,772
1998             787               1,154         1,941              616               231             2,787
1999             818               1,160         1,977              579               225             2,782
2000             848               1,171         2,019              559               223             2,800
2001             867               1,156         2,022              562               215             2,799
2002             860               1,164         2,024              571               233             2,828
2003             872               1,209         2,081              502               215             2,798
2004             875               1,168         2,043              545               243             2,830
2005             858               1,178         2,036              525               278             2,840
2006             910               1,184         2,094              516               267             2,877
2007             950               1,148         2,099              521               292             2,912
2008             921               1,109         2,030              548               333             2,911

2008-09          926               1,101         2,028              534               340             2,901
                                                                                                percentages
1997             27.4               42.1          69.5              22.0               8.6            100.0
1998             28.2               41.4          69.6              22.1               8.3            100.0
1999             29.4               41.7          71.1              20.8               8.1            100.0
2000             30.3               41.8          72.1              19.9               8.0            100.0
2001             31.0               41.3          72.3              20.1               7.7            100.0
2002             30.4               41.2          71.6              20.2               8.2            100.0
2003             31.2               43.2          74.4              17.9               7.7            100.0
2004             30.9               41.3          72.2              19.2               8.6            100.0
2005             30.2               41.5          71.7              18.5               9.8            100.0
2006             31.6               41.2          72.8              17.9               9.3            100.0
2007             32.6               39.4          72.1              17.9              10.0            100.0
2008             31.6               38.1          69.7              18.8              11.4            100.0

2008-09          31.9               38.0          69.9              18.4              11.7            100.0
Sources:
1918: Estimates by Alan Holmans of Cambridge University Department of Land Economy;
1939 to 1971: "Housing Policy in Britain", Alan Holmans, Table V1;
1981 to 1991: DOE Labour Force Survey Housing Trailer;
1992 to 2008: ONS Labour Force Survey;
2008-09: DCLG English Housing Survey, full household sample.
Note: Figures between 1997 and 2008 are based on re-weighted LFS data issued in late August 2008.
These will therefore differ from the corresponding figures published in previous versions of the table.
ousands of households




         percentages
Table FT1111 (S135a): Trend in tenure by region - Yorkshire and the Humber

all households in Yorkshire and the Humber
                       owner occupiers
                own     buying with     all owner          social         private
            outright      mortgage     occupiers          renters         renters           all tenures
                                                                                thousands of households
1997             759           1,166          1,926           609             237                2,772
1998             787           1,154          1,941           616             231                2,787
1999             818           1,160          1,977           579             225                2,782
2000             848           1,171          2,019           559             223                2,800
2001             867           1,156          2,022           562             215                2,799
2002             860           1,164          2,024           571             233                2,828
2003             872           1,209          2,081           502             215                2,798
2004             875           1,168          2,043           545             243                2,830
2005             858           1,178          2,036           525             278                2,840
2006             910           1,184          2,094           516             267                2,877
2007             950           1,148          2,099           521             292                2,912
2008             921           1,109          2,030           548             333                2,911

2008-09          690             830          1,520           395             335                2,250
                                                                                           percentages
1997            27.4             42.1          69.5           22.0            8.6                100.0
1998            28.2             41.4          69.6           22.1            8.3                100.0
1999            29.4             41.7          71.1           20.8            8.1                100.0
2000            30.3             41.8          72.1           19.9            8.0                100.0
2001            31.0             41.3          72.3           20.1            7.7                100.0
2002            30.4             41.2          71.6           20.2            8.2                100.0
2003            31.2             43.2          74.4           17.9            7.7                100.0
2004            30.9             41.3          72.2           19.2            8.6                100.0
2005            30.2             41.5          71.7           18.5            9.8                100.0
2006            31.6             41.2          72.8           17.9            9.3                100.0
2007            32.6             39.4          72.1           17.9           10.0                100.0
2008            31.6             38.1          69.7           18.8           11.4                100.0

2008-09         30.7             36.9          67.6           17.6           14.9                100.0
Sources:
1918: Estimates by Alan Holmans of Cambridge University Department of Land Economy;
1939 to 1971: "Housing Policy in Britain", Alan Holmans, Table V1;
1981 to 1991: DOE Labour Force Survey Housing Trailer;
1992 to 2008: ONS Labour Force Survey;
2008-09: DCLG English Housing Survey, full household sample.
Note: Figures between 1997 and 2008 are based on re-weighted LFS data issued in late August 2008. These
will therefore differ from the corresponding figures published in previous versions of the table.
ousands of households
Table FT1111 (S135a): Trend in tenure by region - East Midlands

all households in the East Midlands
                          owner occupiers
                  own      buying with     all owner            social          private                all
              outright       mortgage     occupiers            renters          renters           tenures
                                                                                   thousands of households
1997                493               716        1,209             325              153             1,687
1998                499               736        1,236             310              151             1,697
1999                512               741        1,253             310              136             1,699
2000                535               734        1,269             318              150             1,737
2001                536               733        1,269             313              146             1,729
2002                527               749        1,276             314              151             1,742
2003                547               754        1,300             307              155             1,762
2004                577               763        1,340             306              143             1,788
2005                577               748        1,325             271              178             1,775
2006                582               780        1,362             286              183             1,832
2007                595               760        1,355             312              191             1,858
2008                614               742        1,356             280              230             1,867

2008-09             669               697        1,366             311              188             1,864
                                                                                               percentages
1997               29.2               42.4        71.6            19.3               9.1            100.0
1998               29.4               43.4        72.8            18.3               8.9            100.0
1999               30.1               43.6        73.7            18.3               8.0            100.0
2000               30.8               42.2        73.1            18.3               8.6            100.0
2001               31.0               42.4        73.4            18.1               8.5            100.0
2002               30.3               43.0        73.3            18.1               8.7            100.0
2003               31.0               42.8        73.8            17.4               8.8            100.0
2004               32.3               42.7        74.9            17.1               8.0            100.0
2005               32.5               42.2        74.7            15.3              10.0            100.0
2006               31.8               42.6        74.4            15.6              10.0            100.0
2007               32.0               40.9        72.9            16.8              10.3            100.0
2008               32.9               39.7        72.7            15.0              12.3            100.0

2008-09            35.9               37.4        73.3            16.7              10.1            100.0
Sources:
1918: Estimates by Alan Holmans of Cambridge University Department of Land Economy;
1939 to 1971: "Housing Policy in Britain", Alan Holmans, Table V1;
1981 to 1991: DOE Labour Force Survey Housing Trailer;
1992 to 2008: ONS Labour Force Survey;
2008-09: DCLG English Housing Survey, full household sample.
Note: Figures between 1997 and 2008 are based on re-weighted LFS data issued in late August 2008. These
will therefore differ from the corresponding figures published in previous versions of the table.
ousands of households




         percentages
Table FT1111 (S135a): Trend in tenure by region - West Midlands

all households in the West Midlands
                       owner occupiers
                own     buying with        all owner           social          private              all
            outright      mortgage        occupiers           renters          renters         tenures
                                                                                thousands of households
1997             599              857          1,456              499             162             2,117
1998             639              873          1,511              487             163             2,162
1999             642              867          1,508              482             152             2,143
2000             637              878          1,515              475             157             2,146
2001             645              876          1,520              440             169             2,130
2002             694              891          1,585              423             168             2,176
2003             662              903          1,565              431             184             2,179
2004             700              860          1,560              411             183             2,154
2005             689              920          1,608              385             177             2,170
2006             686              870          1,556              412             196             2,165
2007             721              865          1,585              414             211             2,211
2008             719              830          1,550              435             242             2,227

2008-09          726              807          1,533              456             257             2,246
                                                                                            percentages
1997            28.3              40.5          68.8             23.6              7.7            100.0
1998            29.5              40.4          69.9             22.5              7.5            100.0
1999            29.9              40.4          70.4             22.5              7.1            100.0
2000            29.7              40.9          70.6             22.1              7.3            100.0
2001            30.3              41.1          71.4             20.7              7.9            100.0
2002            31.9              40.9          72.8             19.5              7.7            100.0
2003            30.4              41.4          71.8             19.8              8.4            100.0
2004            32.5              39.9          72.4             19.1              8.5            100.0
2005            31.7              42.4          74.1             17.7              8.2            100.0
2006            31.7              40.2          71.9             19.0              9.1            100.0
2007            32.6              39.1          71.7             18.7              9.6            100.0
2008            32.3              37.3          69.6             19.5             10.9            100.0

2008-09         32.3              35.9          68.2             20.3             11.4            100.0
Sources:
1918: Estimates by Alan Holmans of Cambridge University Department of Land Economy;
1939 to 1971: "Housing Policy in Britain", Alan Holmans, Table V1;
1981 to 1991: DOE Labour Force Survey Housing Trailer;
1992 to 2008: ONS Labour Force Survey;
2008-09: DCLG English Housing Survey, full household sample.
Note: Figures between 1997 and 2008 are based on re-weighted LFS data issued in late August 2008. These
will therefore differ from the corresponding figures published in previous versions of the table.
ousands of households




         percentages
Table FT1111 (S135a): Trend in tenure by region - East

all households in the East
                             owner occupiers
                   own         buying with      all owner         social         private              all
               outright          mortgage      occupiers         renters         renters         tenures
                                                                                  thousands of households
1997                585               961          1,546             408             207            2,161
1998                608               984          1,593             368             204            2,165
1999                640               987          1,627             382             192            2,201
2000                655               989          1,645             373             218            2,236
2001                676               999          1,675             358             214            2,247
2002                659               991          1,650             377             224            2,251
2003                699               968          1,667             376             214            2,256
2004                745               956          1,701             345             225            2,271
2005                745               966          1,711             352             248            2,310
2006                755               951          1,706             381             258            2,345
2007                755               923          1,678             371             278            2,327
2008                795               925          1,720             374             309            2,404

2008-09             783               944          1,727             356             295            2,377
                                                                                              percentages
1997               27.1              44.4            71.5           18.9              9.6           100.0
1998               28.1              45.5            73.6           17.0              9.4           100.0
1999               29.1              44.8            73.9           17.3              8.7           100.0
2000               29.3              44.2            73.6           16.7              9.7           100.0
2001               30.1              44.5            74.5           15.9              9.5           100.0
2002               29.3              44.0            73.3           16.7             10.0           100.0
2003               31.0              42.9            73.9           16.6              9.5           100.0
2004               32.8              42.1            74.9           15.2              9.9           100.0
2005               32.2              41.8            74.0           15.2             10.7           100.0
2006               32.2              40.5            72.7           16.2             11.0           100.0
2007               32.4              39.7            72.1           16.0             12.0           100.0
2008               33.1              38.5            71.6           15.6             12.9           100.0

2008-09            32.9              39.7            72.6           15.0             12.4           100.0
Sources:
1918: Estimates by Alan Holmans of Cambridge University Department of Land Economy;
1939 to 1971: "Housing Policy in Britain", Alan Holmans, Table V1;
1981 to 1991: DOE Labour Force Survey Housing Trailer;
1992 to 2008: ONS Labour Force Survey;
2008-09: DCLG English Housing Survey, full household sample.
Note: Figures between 1997 and 2008 are based on re-weighted LFS data issued in late August 2008.
These will therefore differ from the corresponding figures published in previous versions of the table.
ousands of households




         percentages
Table FT1111 (S135a): Trend in tenure by region - London

all households in London
                           owner occupiers
                  own       buying with           all owner          social        private             all
              outright        mortgage           occupiers          renters        renters        tenures
                                                                                  thousands of households
1997               550              1,094             1,644             757            449           2,850
1998               549              1,098             1,647             773            446           2,866
1999               578              1,104             1,682             774            437           2,893
2000               630              1,111             1,741             736            445           2,921
2001               627              1,117             1,744             761            454           2,959
2002               644              1,079             1,723             768            473           2,964
2003               658              1,067             1,725             748            494           2,966
2004               669              1,032             1,700             754            491           2,945
2005               660              1,048             1,707             741            524           2,972
2006               645              1,020             1,665             717            584           2,966
2007               652                996             1,648             718            588           2,953
2008               660                987             1,648             714            636           2,997

2008-09            671                965             1,637             789            666           3,092
                                                                                              percentages
1997              19.3               38.4              57.7            26.5            15.8          100.0
1998              19.1               38.3              57.5            27.0            15.6          100.0
1999              20.0               38.2              58.1            26.7            15.1          100.0
2000              21.6               38.0              59.6            25.2            15.2          100.0
2001              21.2               37.8              58.9            25.7            15.3          100.0
2002              21.7               36.4              58.1            25.9            16.0          100.0
2003              22.2               36.0              58.1            25.2            16.6          100.0
2004              22.7               35.0              57.7            25.6            16.7          100.0
2005              22.2               35.2              57.4            24.9            17.6          100.0
2006              21.7               34.4              56.1            24.2            19.7          100.0
2007              22.1               33.7              55.8            24.3            19.9          100.0
2008              22.0               32.9              55.0            23.8            21.2          100.0

2008-09           21.7               31.2              52.9            25.5            21.5          100.0
Sources:
1918: Estimates by Alan Holmans of Cambridge University Department of Land Economy;
1939 to 1971: "Housing Policy in Britain", Alan Holmans, Table V1;
1981 to 1991: DOE Labour Force Survey Housing Trailer;
1992 to 2008: ONS Labour Force Survey;
2008-09: DCLG English Housing Survey, full household sample.
Note: Figures between 1997 and 2008 are based on re-weighted LFS data issued in late August 2008.
These will therefore differ from the corresponding figures published in previous versions of the table.
ousands of households
Table FT1111 (S135a): Trend in tenure by region - South East

all households in the South East
                        owner occupiers
                own       buying with       all owner          social           private                all
            outright        mortgage       occupiers          renters           renters           tenures
                                                                                  thousands of households
1997              878              1,492       2,370              471               355             3,196
1998              900              1,480       2,380              475               361             3,217
1999              941              1,508       2,449              448               354             3,252
2000              956              1,530       2,485              456               329             3,270
2001              993              1,455       2,448              470               349             3,267
2002            1,038              1,501       2,539              455               351             3,345
2003            1,081              1,475       2,556              449               407             3,412
2004            1,055              1,474       2,529              439               395             3,364
2005            1,125              1,460       2,586              455               402             3,443
2006            1,123              1,441       2,564              430               441             3,436
2007            1,114              1,427       2,540              438               445             3,423
2008            1,115              1,361       2,477              458               491             3,426

2008-09         1,153              1,378       2,531              451               500             3,482
                                                                                              percentages
1997             27.5               46.7         74.2            14.7              11.1             100.0
1998             28.0               46.0         74.0            14.8              11.2             100.0
1999             28.9               46.4         75.3            13.8              10.9             100.0
2000             29.2               46.8         76.0            13.9              10.1             100.0
2001             30.4               44.5         74.9            14.4              10.7             100.0
2002             31.0               44.9         75.9            13.6              10.5             100.0
2003             31.7               43.2         74.9            13.2              11.9             100.0
2004             31.4               43.8         75.2            13.1              11.8             100.0
2005             32.7               42.4         75.1            13.2              11.7             100.0
2006             32.7               41.9         74.6            12.5              12.8             100.0
2007             32.5               41.7         74.2            12.8              13.0             100.0
2008             32.6               39.7         72.3            13.4              14.3             100.0

2008-09          33.1               39.6         72.7            13.0              14.3             100.0
Sources:
1918: Estimates by Alan Holmans of Cambridge University Department of Land Economy;
1939 to 1971: "Housing Policy in Britain", Alan Holmans, Table V1;
1981 to 1991: DOE Labour Force Survey Housing Trailer;
1992 to 2008: ONS Labour Force Survey;
2008-09: DCLG English Housing Survey, full household sample.
Note: Figures between 1997 and 2008 are based on re-weighted LFS data issued in late August 2008.
These will therefore differ from the corresponding figures published in previous versions of the table.
ousands of households




         percentages
Table FT1111 (S135a): Trend in tenure by region - South West

all households in the South West
                        owner occupiers
                 own     buying with     all owner          social           private                 all
             outright      mortgage     occupiers          renters           renters            tenures
                                                                                 thousands of households
1997              625              818      1,444              299               246               1,989
1998              636              847      1,483              287               230               2,000
1999              657              868      1,524              294               234               2,052
2000              670              865      1,536              280               227               2,043
2001              707              857      1,564              281               238               2,083
2002              724              861      1,585              292               248               2,125
2003              717              858      1,575              282               272               2,130
2004              712              847      1,559              280               287               2,126
2005              747              829      1,576              283               292               2,151
2006              761              828      1,589              301               287               2,177
2007              752              832      1,583              294               306               2,184
2008              809              782      1,591              308               305               2,204

2008-09           807              713      1,520              284               375               2,178
                                                                                             percentages
1997             31.4              41.1      72.6              15.0             12.4               100.0
1998             31.8              42.4      74.2              14.3             11.5               100.0
1999             32.0              42.3      74.3              14.3             11.4               100.0
2000             32.8              42.4      75.2              13.7             11.1               100.0
2001             33.9              41.2      75.1              13.5             11.4               100.0
2002             34.1              40.5      74.6              13.8             11.7               100.0
2003             33.7              40.3      74.0              13.3             12.8               100.0
2004             33.5              39.9      73.3              13.2             13.5               100.0
2005             34.7              38.6      73.3              13.2             13.6               100.0
2006             35.0              38.0      73.0              13.8             13.2               100.0
2007             34.4              38.1      72.5              13.5             14.0               100.0
2008             36.7              35.5      72.2              14.0             13.8               100.0

2008-09          37.1              32.7      69.8              13.0             17.2               100.0
Sources:
1918: Estimates by Alan Holmans of Cambridge University Department of Land Economy;
1939 to 1971: "Housing Policy in Britain", Alan Holmans, Table V1;
1981 to 1991: DOE Labour Force Survey Housing Trailer;
1992 to 2008: ONS Labour Force Survey;
2008-09: DCLG English Housing Survey, full household sample.
Note: Figures between 1997 and 2008 are based on re-weighted LFS data issued in late August 2008. These
will therefore differ from the corresponding figures published in previous versions of the table.
ousands of households




         percentages
Table FA1121 (S135b): Tenure by region, 2008-09

all households
                                       owner occupiers
                                own buying with        all owner      social   private             all
                            outright  mortgage        occupiers      renters   renters        tenures
                                                                               thousands of households
North East                       345            416         761         265        114          1,140
North West                       926          1,101       2,028         534        340          2,901
Yorkshire and the Humber         690            830       1,520         395        335          2,250
North                          1,962          2,347       4,309       1,194        788          6,291

East Midlands                    669            697       1,366         311        188          1,864
West Midlands                    726            807       1,533         456        257          2,246
Midlands                       1,395          1,504       2,899         767        445          4,110

East                             783            944       1,727         356        295          2,377
London                           671            965       1,637         789        666          3,092
South East                     1,153          1,378       2,531         451        500          3,482
South West                       807            713       1,520         284        375          2,178
South                          3,414          4,000       7,414       1,881      1,834         11,129

England                        6,770          7,851      14,621       3,842      3,067         21,530
                                                                                          percentages
North East                      30.3           36.5           66.7     23.3       10.0          100.0
North West                      31.9           38.0           69.9     18.4       11.7          100.0
Yorkshire and the Humber        30.7           36.9           67.6     17.6       14.9          100.0
North                           31.2           37.3           68.5     19.0       12.5          100.0

East Midlands                   35.9           37.4           73.3     16.7       10.1          100.0
West Midlands                   32.3           35.9           68.2     20.3       11.4          100.0
Midlands                        33.9           36.6           70.5     18.7       10.8          100.0

East                            32.9           39.7           72.6     15.0       12.4          100.0
London                          21.7           31.2           52.9     25.5       21.5          100.0
South East                      33.1           39.6           72.7     13.0       14.3          100.0
South West                      37.1           32.7           69.8     13.0       17.2          100.0
South                           30.7           35.9           66.6     16.9       16.5          100.0

England                         31.4           36.5           67.9     17.8       14.2          100.0

sample size                    5,954          6,314      12,268       3,200      2,223         17,691
Source: DCLG English Housing Survey: full household sample.
Table FA1201 (S106): Age of household reference person by tenure, 2008-
09

all households
                                                                                                     75
                              16-24      25-34     35-44     45-54     55-64       65-74        or over            total
                                                                                                thousands of households
own outright                      9          87      329       759     1,752       1,958          1,875           6,770
buying with mortgage            114       1,562    2,619     2,237     1,071         180             69           7,851
all owner occupiers             123       1,649    2,948     2,996     2,823       2,139          1,943          14,621

local authority                 123         306      373       318       244         248            275           1,887
housing association             112         254      385       349       256         256            343           1,955
all social renters              235         560      757       667       501         503            619           3,842

all private renters             497         995      686       380       252         116            141           3,067

all tenures                     855       3,203    4,392     4,043     3,576       2,758          2,703          21,530
                                                                                              percentages within tenure
own outright                     0.1        1.3       4.9     11.2       25.9       28.9            27.7          100.0
buying with mortgage             1.5       19.9      33.4     28.5       13.6        2.3             0.9          100.0
all owner occupiers              0.8       11.3      20.2     20.5       19.3       14.6            13.3          100.0

local authority                  6.5       16.2      19.7     16.9       13.0       13.1            14.6          100.0
housing association              5.7       13.0      19.7     17.9       13.1       13.1            17.6          100.0
all social renters               6.1       14.6      19.7     17.4       13.0       13.1            16.1          100.0

all private renters             16.2       32.4      22.4     12.4        8.2         3.8            4.6          100.0

all tenures                      4.0       14.9      20.0     18.8       16.6       12.8            12.6          100.0
                                                                                            percentages within age group
own outright                     1.1        2.7       7.5     18.8       49.0       71.0            69.4           31.4
buying with mortgage            13.3       48.7      59.6     55.3       30.0        6.5             2.5           36.5
all owner occupiers             14.4       51.5      67.1     74.1       79.0       77.5            71.9           67.9

local authority                 14.4        9.5       8.5      7.9        6.8        9.0            10.2            8.8
housing association             13.1        7.9       8.8      8.6        7.2        9.3            12.7            9.1
all social renters              27.5       17.5      17.2     16.5       14.0       18.3            22.9           17.8

all private renters             58.1       31.0      15.6      9.4        7.0         4.2            5.2           14.2

all tenures                   100.0       100.0    100.0     100.0     100.0       100.0          100.0           100.0

sample size                     564       2,257    3,430     3,428     3,162       2,585          2,265          17,691
Source: DCLG English Housing Survey, full household sample.
Note: A significant number of housing association tenants wrongly report that they are local authority tenants. The
most common reason for this is that their home used to be owned by the local authority, and although ownership
was transferred to a housing association, the tenant still reports that their landlord is the local authority. Data from
the EHS for 2008-09 onwards incorporate a correction for the great majority of such cases, and so give a
reasonably accurate split of the social rented category.
Table FA1211 (S109): Number of people living in household by tenure, 2008-09

all households
                                                                                                       mean
                                                                                 six or            number of
                              one        two       three       four      five    more        total   persons
                                                                          thousands of households       number
own outright                 2,310     3,293         662        354      103        48      6,770           1.9
buying with mortgage         1,403     2,435       1,641      1,691      543       138      7,851           2.7
all owner occupiers          3,713     5,728       2,303      2,045      646       187     14,621           2.4

local authority                759       505         303        166       98        56      1,887           2.2
housing association            812       516         286        176      106        60      1,955           2.2
all social renters           1,571     1,021         590        342      203       116      3,842           2.2

all private renters           921      1,041         540        343      154        69      3,067           2.4

all tenures                  6,204     7,790       3,432      2,730    1,004       371     21,530           2.3
                                                                                      percentages
own outright                  34.1       48.6        9.8        5.2       1.5       0.7     100.0
buying with mortgage          17.9       31.0       20.9       21.5       6.9       1.8     100.0
all owner occupiers           25.4       39.2       15.8       14.0       4.4       1.3     100.0

local authority               40.2       26.8       16.1        8.8       5.2       3.0     100.0
housing association           41.5       26.4       14.7        9.0       5.4       3.1     100.0
all social renters            40.9       26.6       15.3        8.9       5.3       3.0     100.0

all private renters           30.0       33.9       17.6       11.2       5.0       2.2     100.0

all tenures                   28.8       36.2       15.9       12.7       4.7       1.7     100.0

sample size                  4,741     6,594       2,818      2,335      865       338     17,691
Source: DCLG English Housing Survey, full household sample.
Note: A significant number of housing association tenants wrongly report that they are local authority tenants.
The most common reason for this is that their home used to be owned by the local authority, and although
ownership was transferred to a housing association, the tenant still reports that their landlord is the local
authority. Data from the EHS for 2008-09 onwards incorporate a correction for the great majority of such
cases, and so give a reasonably accurate split of the social rented category.
Table FA1221 (S108): Household type by tenure, 2008-09

all households
                                                                household type
                            couple,                            lone       other
                                 no couple with             parent,      multi-
                         dependent dependent            dependent       person              1          1
                         child(ren)1 child(ren)1        child(ren)1 household            male     female

own outright                   3,538            424             103            396         769      1,541
buying with mortgage           2,670          2,971             405            402         791        612
all owner occupiers            6,208          3,395             508            798       1,560      2,153

local authority                  333            287             331            177         342        417
housing association              352            299             341            151         354        458
all social renters               685            587             672            328         696        875

all private renters              764            535             333            514         582        339

all tenures                    7,657          4,516           1,514          1,640       2,838      3,366

own outright                     52.3            6.3            1.5            5.8        11.4       22.8
buying with mortgage             34.0           37.8            5.2            5.1        10.1        7.8
all owner occupiers              42.5           23.2            3.5            5.5        10.7       14.7

local authority                  17.6           15.2           17.6            9.4        18.1       22.1
housing association              18.0           15.3           17.4            7.7        18.1       23.4
all social renters               17.8           15.3           17.5            8.5        18.1       22.8

all private renters              24.9           17.4           10.9           16.8        19.0       11.0

all tenures                      35.6           21.0            7.0            7.6        13.2       15.6
                                                                                                      percentage within household type
own outright                     46.2            9.4            6.8           24.1        27.1       45.8
buying with mortgage             34.9           65.8           26.8           24.5        27.9       18.2
all owner occupiers              81.1           75.2           33.6           48.7        55.0       64.0

local authority                   4.3            6.4           21.9           10.8        12.1       12.4
housing association               4.6            6.6           22.5            9.2        12.5       13.6
all social renters                8.9           13.0           44.4           20.0        24.5       26.0

all private renters              10.0           11.8           22.0           31.4        20.5       10.1

all tenures                    100.0          100.0           100.0          100.0       100.0      100.0

sample size                    6,542          3,874           1,318          1,216       2,029      2,712
Source: DCLG English Housing Survey, full household sample.
Note:
1
 These categories can also include non-dependent children.
A significant number of housing association tenants wrongly report that they are local authority tenants. The most common
reason for this is that their home used to be owned by the local authority, and although ownership was transferred to a housing
association, the tenant still reports that their landlord is the local authority. Data from the EHS for 2008-09 onwards incorporate a
correction for the great majority of such cases, and so give a reasonably accurate split of the social rented category.
                          all one       all
                          person household
                      households     types
                         thousands of households
                             2,310         6,770
                             1,403         7,851
                             3,713        14,621

                               759         1,887
                               812         1,955
                             1,571         3,842

                               921         3,067

                             6,204        21,530
                         percentage within tenure
                              34.1         100.0
                              17.9         100.0
                              25.4         100.0

                              40.2         100.0
                              41.5         100.0
                              40.9         100.0

                              30.0         100.0

                              28.8         100.0
                 percentage within household type
                              37.2          31.4
                              22.6          36.5
                              59.8          67.9

                              12.2           8.8
                              13.1           9.1
                              25.3          17.8

                              14.8          14.2

                             100.0         100.0

                             4,741        17,691



 local authority tenants. The most common
hough ownership was transferred to a housing
 rom the EHS for 2008-09 onwards incorporate a
e split of the social rented category.
Table FA1231 (S133): Persons by sex, age and tenure of household, 2008-09

all household members
                            owner occupiers                             social renters                     all
                     own     buying with                        local      housing                    private
                 outright a mortgage               all     authority association            all      renters           total
males                                                                                                   thousands of people
 0 - 15               396           2,679        3,075           548             578      1,126          742         4,942
16 - 24               417           1,292        1,709           242             292        534          776         3,018
25 - 34               287           1,545        1,832           237             190        426        1,076         3,334
35 - 44               426           2,311        2,737           239             230        468          577         3,782
45 - 64             2,136           2,895        5,031           360             409        769          511         6,311
65 - 74             1,483             168        1,652           149             153        302           81         2,034
75 or over          1,109              52        1,161           136             142        278           68         1,506
all males           6,256          10,941       17,197         1,910           1,993      3,903        3,829        24,929

females
 0 - 15               348           2,566        2,915           566             557      1,123          682         4,720
16 - 24               374           1,207        1,581           297             276        573          742         2,896
25 - 34               217           1,683        1,900           307             267        574          872         3,346
35 - 44               351           2,379        2,730           300             319        619          494         3,843
45 - 64             2,507           2,649        5,157           439             471        909          438         6,504
65 - 74             1,623             161        1,784           185             181        366           82         2,231
75 or over          1,496              93        1,589           196             264        461          112         2,162
all females         6,915          10,739       17,654         2,291           2,335      4,625        3,422        25,702


sample size
         males   5,559              8,988       14,547         1,552           1,716      3,268        2,715        20,530
         females 6,175              9,047       15,222         1,881           2,103      3,984        2,678        21,884
Source: DCLG English Housing Survey, full household sample.
Note: A significant number of housing association tenants wrongly report that they are local authority tenants. The most
common reason for this is that their home used to be owned by the local authority, and although ownership was
transferred to a housing association, the tenant still reports that their landlord is the local authority. Data from the EHS
for 2008-09 onwards incorporate a correction for the great majority of such cases, and so give a reasonably accurate split
of the social rented category.
Table FT1241 (S117): Trends in tenure: households with dependent children

couples and lone parents with dependent children
                                  owner occupiers
                          own      buying with               social   private
                       outrigh       mortgage         all   renters   renters all households
                                                                       thousands of households
single lone parent
1984                          3              9        12       107         7              125
1988                          3             40        44       228        21              293
1991                          5             32        37       223        26              286
1993/94                       3             25        28       253        42              324
1996/97                      12             46        58       330        67              454
1997/98                       5             53        59       313        60              432
1998/99                      11             55        66       369        80              515
1999/00                       8             50        58       360        96              514
2000/01                       4             80        84       372        96              552
2001/02                      10             59        68       391        91              550
2002/03                      11             87        97       416        92              605
2003/04                      11            102       113       397        90              600
2004/05                      10            107       117       358       111              586
2005/06                      14            105       119       389       123              631
2006/07                      11            105       116       388       113              617
2007/08                      14             94       108       393       151              653

2008- 09                     15              93      108       410       178              695

previously married lone parent1
1984                     81                165       246       342        41              629
1988                     67                211       278       341        41              659
1991                     52                246       298       311        53              662
1993/94                  44                282       326       347        84              757
1996/97                  46                319       365       364        88              817
1997/98                  58                290       348       349       107              804
1998/99                  68                323       391       342       100              833
1999/00                  53                296       348       331        88              767
2000/01                  64                306       370       331       104              805
2001/02                  69                322       391       324        87              801
2002/03                  64                302       366       324       114              805
2003/04                  57                314       371       292       106              769
2004/05                  57                326       383       314       108              805
2005/06                  77                305       382       296        96              774
2006/07                  81                304       384       292       107              783
2007/08                  65                290       355       303       144              802

2008- 09                     88            313       400       263       155              818

couple with dependent child(ren)
1984                   480               3,287      3,767    1,040       358            5,165
1988                   439               3,353      3,793      809       269            4,871
1991                   308               3,396      3,704      718       281            4,703
1993/94                259               3,239      3,498      727       319            4,544
1996/97                271               3,120      3,392      738       306            4,436
1997/98                287               3,250      3,537      698       301            4,536
1998/99                260               3,175      3,435      712       272            4,419
1999/00                314               3,203      3,517      712       274            4,503
2000/01                324         3,268   3,592   634    287          4,514
2001/02                324         3,134   3,458   619    282          4,358
2002/03                344         3,101   3,445   572    299          4,316
2003/04                354         3,289   3,643   550    293          4,486
2004/05                411         3,084   3,494   568    350          4,413
2005/06                437         3,111   3,548   559    374          4,481
2006/07                422         2,980   3,402   605    405          4,412
2007/08                432         2,972   3,404   562    431          4,397

2008-09                424         2,971   3,395   587    535          4,516
                                                                 percentages
single lone parent
1984                    2.0          7.0    10.0   85.0    5.0         100.0
1988                    1.0         14.0    15.0   78.0    7.0         100.0
1991                    2.0         11.0    13.0   78.0    9.0         100.0
1993/94                 1.0          8.0     9.0   78.0   13.0         100.0
1996/97                 3.0         10.0    13.0   73.0   15.0         100.0
1997/98                 1.0         12.0    14.0   72.0   14.0         100.0
1998/99                 2.0         11.0    13.0   72.0   16.0         100.0
1999/00                 1.6          9.7    11.3   70.0   18.7         100.0
2000/01                 0.6         14.5    15.2   67.4   17.4         100.0
2001/02                 1.8         10.6    12.4   71.1   16.5         100.0
2002/03                 1.7         14.3    16.1   68.8   15.1         100.0
2003/04                 1.8         17.0    18.8   66.2   15.0         100.0
2004/05                 1.8         18.2    20.0   61.1   18.9         100.0
2005/06                 2.2         16.6    18.8   61.6   19.6         100.0
2006/07                 1.8         17.0    18.8   62.9   18.3         100.0
2007/08                 2.2         14.4    16.6   60.2   23.2         100.0

2008-09                 2.1         13.3    15.5   58.9   25.6         100.0

previously married lone parent1
1984                   13.0         26.0    39.0   54.0    7.0         100.0
1988                   10.0         32.0    42.0   52.0    6.0         100.0
1991                    8.0         37.0    45.0   47.0    8.0         100.0
1993/94                 6.0         37.0    43.0   46.0   11.0         100.0
1996/97                 6.0         39.0    45.0   44.0   11.0         100.0
1997/98                 7.0         36.0    43.0   43.0   13.0         100.0
1998/99                 8.0         39.0    47.0   41.0   12.0         100.0
1999/00                 6.9         38.6    45.4   43.1   11.5         100.0
2000/01                 8.0         38.0    45.9   41.1   12.9         100.0
2001/02                 8.6         40.2    48.8   40.4   10.8         100.0
2002/03                 8.0         37.5    45.5   40.3   14.2         100.0
2003/04                 7.4         40.9    48.2   38.0   13.7         100.0
2004/05                 7.1         40.6    47.6   39.0   13.4         100.0
2005/06                 9.9         39.5    49.4   38.2   12.4         100.0
2006/07                10.3         38.8    49.1   37.3   13.6         100.0
2007/08                 8.1         36.2    44.2   37.8   17.9         100.0

2008-09                10.7         38.2    48.9   32.1   19.0         100.0

couple with dependent child(ren)
1984                   9.0          64.0    73.0   20.0    7.0         100.0
1988                   9.0          69.0    78.0   17.0    6.0         100.0
1991                   7.0          72.0    79.0   15.0    6.0         100.0
1993/94                6.0          71.0    77.0   16.0    7.0         100.0
1996/97                  6.0          70.0         76.0          17.0           7.0   100.0
1997/98                  6.0          72.0         78.0          15.0           7.0   100.0
1998/99                  6.0          72.0         78.0          16.0           6.0   100.0
1999/00                  7.0          71.1         78.1          15.8           6.1   100.0
2000/01                  7.2          72.4         79.6          14.1           6.4   100.0
2001/02                  7.4          71.9         79.3          14.2           6.5   100.0
2002/03                  8.0          71.8         79.8          13.3           6.9   100.0
2003/04                  7.9          73.3         81.2          12.3           6.5   100.0
2004/05                  9.3          69.9         79.2          12.9           7.9   100.0
2005/06                  9.8          69.4         79.2          12.5           8.3   100.0
2006/07                  9.6          67.5         77.1          13.7           9.2   100.0
2007/08                  9.8          67.6         77.4          12.8           9.8   100.0

2008-09                  9.4          65.8         75.2          13.0          11.8   100.0
1
 those lone parents who are divorced.
Sources:
1984 to 1991 : DOE Labour Force Survey Housing Trailer
1993/4 to 2007/08: Communities & Local Government, Survey of English Housing
2008-09: CLG English Housing Survey, full household sample
ousands of households
Table FA1301 (S111): Economic status of household reference person by tenure, 2008-09

all households
                                         working                                       un-   full time
                            full time    part-time           all      retired     employed education
                                                                                                         thousands of households
own outright                   1,777           570         2,347        4,079             54           11
buying with a mortgage         6,679           470         7,149          312            101            9
all owner occupiers            8,456         1,040         9,496        4,390            155           20

local authority                  444           203           647          566            172           33
housing association              489           182           671          643            152           17
all social renters               933           385         1,318        1,209            324           50

private renters                1,874           262         2,136          274            143          201

all tenures                   11,263         1,687        12,950        5,873            622          272

own outright                    26.2            8.4         34.7         60.2             0.8          0.2
buying with mortgage            85.1            6.0         91.1          4.0             1.3          0.1
all owner occupiers             57.8            7.1         64.9         30.0             1.1          0.1

local authority                 23.5          10.7          34.3         30.0             9.1          1.8
housing association             25.0           9.3          34.3         32.9             7.8          0.9
all social renters              24.3          10.0          34.3         31.5             8.4          1.3

private renters                 61.1            8.5         69.6          8.9             4.7          6.6

all tenure                      52.3            7.8         60.1         27.3             2.9          1.3


sample size                    8,772         1,442        10,214        5,233            504          179
Source: DCLG English Housing Survey, full household sample.
Note: A significant number of housing association tenants wrongly report that they are local authority tenants. The most
common reason for this is that their home used to be owned by the local authority, and although ownership was transferred to a
housing association, the tenant still reports that their landlord is the local authority. Data from the EHS for 2008-09 onwards
incorporate a correction for the great majority of such cases, and so give a reasonably accurate split of the social rented
category.
erson by tenure, 2008-09


                           other
                        inactive       total
                    thousands of households
                             279      6,770
                             280      7,851
                             560     14,621

                             470      1,887
                             471      1,955
                             941      3,842

                             313      3,067

                           1,814     21,530
                                percentages
                             4.1      100.0
                             3.6      100.0
                             3.8      100.0

                            24.9      100.0
                            24.1      100.0
                            24.5      100.0

                            10.2      100.0

                             8.4      100.0


                           1,561     17,691

e local authority tenants. The most
 d although ownership was transferred to a
Data from the EHS for 2008-09 onwards
y accurate split of the social rented
Table FA1311 (S112): Number of persons in household who were working by
tenure, 2008-09

all households
                                                                                        four             all
                                 none           one          two         three      or more      households
                                                                                      thousands of households
own outright                    3,885          1,598       1,006           217            64            6,770
buying with mortgage              447          2,759       3,867           576           202            7,851
all owner occupiers             4,333          4,356       4,873           793           266           14,621

local authority                 1,120            522         190            44            11            1,887
housing association             1,161            518         223            37            16            1,955
all social renters              2,281          1,040         413            81            27            3,842

all private renters               805          1,249         822           115            75            3,067

all tenures                     7,419          6,645       6,107           990           368           21,530
                                                                                                  percentages
own outright                      57.4          23.6        14.9            3.2           0.9           100.0
buying with mortgage               5.7          35.1        49.3            7.3           2.6           100.0
all owner occupiers               29.6          29.8        33.3            5.4           1.8           100.0

local authority                   59.3          27.7        10.1            2.3           0.6           100.0
housing association               59.4          26.5        11.4            1.9           0.8           100.0
all social renters                59.4          27.1        10.7            2.1           0.7           100.0

all private renters               26.3          40.7        26.8            3.8           2.5           100.0

all tenures                       34.5          30.9        28.4            4.6           1.7           100.0


sample size                     6,476         5,216       4,929           798           272           17,691
Source: DCLG English Housing Survey, full household sample.
Note:
A significant number of housing association tenants wrongly report that they are local authority tenants.
The most common reason for this is that their home used to be owned by the local authority, and although
ownership was transferred to a housing association, the tenant still reports that their landlord is the local
authority. Data from the EHS for 2008-09 onwards incorporate a correction for the great majority of such
cases, and so give a reasonably accurate split of the social rented categroy.
Table FA1321 (S113): Gross weekly income of household reference person (and partner) by tenure, 2008-09

all households


                             less than    £100, less    £200, less    £300, less      £400, less    £500, less     £600, less      £700 or            all        mean       median
                                  £100    than £200     than £300     than £400       than £500     than £600      than £700         more     households       income       income
                                                                                                                                   thousands of households                £ per week
owned outright                      29         1,287         1,188            898            771           551            426         1,619          6,769          562         398
buying with a mortgage              31           253           388            521            704           808            794         4,352          7,851          913         758
all owner occupiers                 60         1,540         1,575          1,419          1,475         1,358          1,221         5,971         14,620          751         591

local authority                    165           708           440            232            134            87             41            81           1,887         274         217
housing association                120           742           416            247            149            94             67           119           1,955         296         223
all social renters                 286         1,450           856            479            283           181            108           200           3,842         285         218

all private renters                134           512           474            400            367           267            229           686           3,067         530         401

all tenures                        479         3,502         2,905          2,297          2,126         1,806          1,557         6,857         21,529          636         476
                                                                                                                                               percentages
owned outright                      0.4         19.0          17.5           13.3           11.4            8.1           6.3          23.9           100.0
buying with a mortgage              0.4          3.2           4.9            6.6            9.0           10.3          10.1          55.4           100.0
all owner occupiers                 0.4         10.5          10.8            9.7           10.1            9.3           8.3          40.8           100.0

local authority                     8.8         37.5          23.3           12.3             7.1           4.6            2.2          4.3           100.0
housing association                 6.2         38.0          21.3           12.6             7.6           4.8            3.4          6.1           100.0
all social renters                  7.4         37.7          22.3           12.5             7.4           4.7            2.8          5.2           100.0

all private renters                 4.4         16.7          15.4           13.0           12.0            8.7            7.5         22.4           100.0

all tenures                         2.2         16.3          13.5           10.7             9.9           8.4            7.2         31.8           100.0


sample size                        359         2,918         2,467          1,900          1,709         1,485          1,279         5,573         17,690
Source: DCLG English Housing Survey, full household sample.
Notes:
Excludes a small number of households who did not respond
A significant number of housing association tenants wrongly report that they are local authority tenants. The most common reason for this is that their home used to be owned
by the local authority, and although ownership was transferred to a housing association, the tenant still reports that their landlord is the local authority. Data from the EHS for
2008-09 onwards incorporate a correction for the great majority of such cases, and so give a reasonably accurate split of the social rented category.
Table FA1331 (S188): Gross annual income of household reference person and partner by tenure, 2008-09

all households
                                        £5K but    £10K but      £15K but      £20K but     £30K but      £40K but                                                  median
                            under         under       under         under         under        under         under       £50K or                 mean annual         annual
                              £5K          £10K        £15K          £20K          £30K         £40K          £50K          over           total     income         income
                                                                                                                        thousands of households                      £ a year
own outright                    26        1,194         1,169          898         1,322           765          509          887          6,770         29,245       20,698
buying with a
mortgage                        29          236           355          480         1,380         1,514        1,215        2,642          7,851         47,499       39,434
all owners                      55        1,430         1,524        1,378         2,702         2,279        1,724        3,529         14,621         39,047       30,723

local authority                161          676           429          244           239            77           42            19         1,887         14,226       11,278
housing association            116          715           406          263           255           116           43            41         1,955         15,373       11,581
all social renters             278        1,391           835          507           494           193           85            60         3,842         14,810       11,340

all private renters            128          501           424          401           630           434          203          345          3,067         27,577       20,856

all tenures                    460        3,322         2,783        2,285         3,827         2,906        2,012        3,934         21,530         33,088       24,756
                                                                                                                                    percentages
own outright                   0.4          17.6         17.3          13.3         19.5          11.3          7.5          13.1         100.0
buying with a
mortgage                       0.4           3.0          4.5           6.1         17.6          19.3         15.5          33.7         100.0
all owners                     0.4           9.8         10.4           9.4         18.5          15.6         11.8          24.1         100.0

local authority                8.6          35.8         22.7          12.9         12.7           4.1          2.2           1.0         100.0
housing association            6.0          36.6         20.8          13.4         13.0           5.9          2.2           2.1         100.0
all social renters             7.2          36.2         21.7          13.2         12.9           5.0          2.2           1.6         100.0


all private renters            4.2          16.3         13.8          13.1         20.6          14.2          6.6          11.3         100.0


all tenures                    2.1          15.4         12.9          10.6         17.8          13.5          9.3          18.3         100.0



sample size                    345        2,759         2,374        1,897         3,107         2,370        1,650        3,189         17,691
Source: DCLG English Housing Survey, full household sample.
Notes:
Excludes a small number of households who did not respond
A significant number of housing association tenants wrongly report that they are local authority tenants. The most common reason for this is that their home used to be
owned by the local authority, and although ownership was transferred to a housing association, the tenant still reports that their landlord is the local authority. Data from
the EHS for 2008-09 onwards incorporate a correction for the great majority of such cases, and so give a reasonably accurate split of the social rented category.
Table FA1341 (S114): Gross weekly income of household by tenure, 2008-09

all households
                                                                                                                                               all         mean      median
                          under     £100, less    £200, less    £300, less    £400, less    £500, less £600, less           £700 or        house-         weekly      weekly
                           £100     than £200     than £300     than £400     than £500     than £600 than £700               more          holds        income      income
                                                                                                                          thousands of households                  £ per week
owned outright                18         1,110          1,073           898           784           534           462          1,891        6,769            610         435
buying with a mortgage        22           178            325           478           649           782           738          4,678        7,851            967         804
all owner occupiers           41         1,287          1,398         1,376         1,433         1,316         1,199          6,569       14,620            802         635

local authority              150           627            436           237           140           107            58            133        1,887            310         235
housing association          107           674            397           264           171           107            77            159        1,955            326         240
all social renters           257         1,300            833           501           311           214           135            292        3,842            318         238

all private renters           79           449            420           351           340           259           265            904        3,067            607         465

all tenures                  377         3,037          2,652         2,228         2,084         1,788         1,598          7,764       21,529            688         519
                                                                                                                                       percentages
owned outright                0.3          16.4          15.9          13.3          11.6           7.9           6.8           27.9        100.0
buying with a mortgage        0.3           2.3           4.1           6.1           8.3          10.0           9.4           59.6        100.0
all owner occupiers           0.3           8.8           9.6           9.4           9.8           9.0           8.2           44.9        100.0

local authority               8.0          33.2          23.1          12.6           7.4            5.6          3.0            7.0        100.0
housing association           5.5          34.5          20.3          13.5           8.7            5.5          3.9            8.1        100.0
all social renters            6.7          33.8          21.7          13.0           8.1            5.6          3.5            7.6        100.0

all private renters           2.6          14.6          13.7          11.4          11.1            8.5          8.6           29.5        100.0

all tenures                   1.8          14.1          12.3          10.3           9.7            8.3          7.4           36.1        100.0

sample size                  282          2539          2271          1849          1700          1485          1303           6261         17691
Source: DCLG English Housing Survey, full household sample.
Notes:
Excludes a small number of households who did not respond
A significant number of housing association tenants wrongly report that they are local authority tenants. The most common reason for this is that their home used to be owned by
the local authority, and although ownership was transferred to a housing association, the tenant still reports that their landlord is the local authority. Data from the EHS for 2008-09
onwards incorporate a correction for the great majority of such cases, and so give a reasonably accurate split of the social rented category.
Table FA1401 (S125): Number of rooms by tenure, 2008-09

all households
                                                                  number of rooms available to household
                                                                                                                              8
                                 1           2             3                4             5           6           7     or more              total
                                                                                                                           thousands of households
own outright                    0       27,384      192,626           856,656     1,622,569    1,750,006   1,046,934   1,273,816        6,769,990
buying with mortgage        1,025       62,774      315,261         1,074,812     1,890,631    1,849,099   1,206,152   1,451,461        7,851,215
all owner occupiers         1,025       90,157      507,887         1,931,468     3,513,199    3,599,105   2,253,086   2,725,277       14,621,205

local authority            10,695      111,635      491,943           558,593       461,187     205,281      41,659       6,018         1,887,010
housing association         7,187      138,252      426,599           588,501       528,984     205,765      49,978       9,654         1,954,919
all social renters         17,882      249,887      918,542         1,147,093       990,171     411,046      91,637      15,671         3,841,929

private renters            35,512      176,664      403,657           830,392       703,280     537,201     219,956     160,605         3,067,269

all tenures                54,419      516,708    1,830,086         3,908,953     5,206,650    4,547,353   2,564,680   2,901,554       21,530,403
                                                                                                                                      percentages
own outright                    .0           .4          2.8             12.7          24.0         25.8        15.5        18.8            100.0
buying with mortgage            .0           .8          4.0             13.7          24.1         23.6        15.4        18.5            100.0
all owner occupiers             .0           .6          3.5             13.2          24.0         24.6        15.4        18.6            100.0

local authority                 .6         5.9          26.1             29.6          24.4         10.9         2.2          .3            100.0
housing association             .4         7.1          21.8             30.1          27.1         10.5         2.6          .5            100.0
all social renters              .5         6.5          23.9             29.9          25.8         10.7         2.4          .4            100.0

private renters                1.2         5.8          13.2             27.1          22.9         17.5         7.2         5.2            100.0

all tenures                     .3         2.4           8.5             18.2          24.2         21.1        11.9        13.5            100.0

sample sizes                   53          425        1,504             3,220         4,281        3,732      2,105       2,388            17,691
Source: DCLG English Housing Survey, full household sample.
Note: excludes a small number of households who did not respond
thousands of households
Table FA1411 (S141): Number of rooms by region, 2008-09

all households
                                                        number of rooms available to household

                                     1          2             3        4         5         6         7

North East                      2,260     15,076     97,144       231,686   293,669   253,571   133,524
North West                      2,032     43,141    168,213       521,095   783,795   729,410   304,363
Yorkshire and the Humber        1,277     57,250    155,428       393,101   634,501   470,612   269,296
North                           4,292     58,217    265,357       752,781 1,077,464   982,981   437,887

East Midlands                   3,298     48,053    104,637       279,636   493,617   420,397   240,840
West Midlands                   1,220     33,366    159,821       373,868   575,737   520,426   293,978
Midlands                        4,575    105,303    260,065       672,737 1,128,118   891,009   510,136

East                            3,314     57,414   215,230   378,904   529,622   474,468   322,884
London                         21,878    124,247   458,860   789,028   722,866   495,500   271,012
South East                     11,539    102,092   311,263   570,461   710,964   713,921   430,325
South West                      7,602     36,070   159,491   371,173   461,878   469,048   298,456
South                          37,950    317,118 1,145,174 2,112,261 2,539,190 2,204,315 1,318,200

England                        54,419    516,708 1,830,086 3,908,953 5,206,650 4,547,353 2,564,680

North East                         0.2        1.3        8.5         20.3      25.8      22.2      11.7
North West                         0.1        1.5        5.8         18.0      27.0      25.1      10.5
Yorkshire and the Humber           0.1        2.5        6.9         17.5      28.2      20.9      12.0
North                              0.1        1.4        6.6         18.6      26.7      24.3      10.8

East Midlands                      0.2        2.6        5.6         15.0      26.5      22.6      12.9
West Midlands                      0.1        1.5        7.1         16.6      25.6      23.2      13.1
Midlands                           0.1        2.6        6.3         16.4      27.4      21.7      12.4

East                               0.1        2.4        9.1         15.9      22.3      20.0      13.6
London                             0.7        4.0       14.8         25.5      23.4      16.0       8.8
South East                         0.3        2.9        8.9         16.4      20.4      20.5      12.4
South West                         0.3        1.7        7.3         17.0      21.2      21.5      13.7
South                              0.3        2.8       10.2         18.9      22.7      19.7      11.8

England                            0.3        2.4        8.5         18.2      24.2      21.1      11.9

sample sizes                       53        425       1,504        3,220     4,281     3,732     2,105
Source: DCLG English Housing Survey, full household sample.
       8
 or more            total
  thousands of households
 112,921       1,139,851
 349,313       2,901,361
 268,490       2,249,954
 462,234       4,041,212

 273,548       1,864,026
 287,871       2,246,286
 542,038       4,113,980

  395,557      2,377,392
  208,241      3,091,634
  631,042      3,481,607
  374,572      2,178,292
1,522,710     11,196,919

2,901,554     21,530,403
             percentages
      9.9            100
     12.0            100
     11.9            100
     11.4            100

     14.7            100
     12.8            100
     13.2            100

     16.6            100
      6.7            100
     18.1            100
     17.2            100
     13.6            100

     13.5            100

   2,388          17,691
Table FT1421: Trends in overcrowding by tenure

all overcrowded households
                     owner           social        private            all           all
                  occupiers         renters        renters       tenures    households
                                                                              thousands
1995-96                 226            214             59            498
1996-97                 231            219             62            513
1997-98                 214            213             69            495
1998-99                 216            212             70            498
1999-00                 209            215             73            497
2000-01                 206            224             72            503
2001-02                 201            226             75            502
2002-03                 204            216             80            501
2003-04                 203            197             86            486
2004-05                 203            206            102            511
2005-06                 202            216            108            526
2006-07                 200            229            125            554
2007-08                 206            234            126            565

2008-09                 231            258            166            656
                                                                            percentages
1995-96                  1.8           5.1             3.2            2.7         100.0
1996-97                  1.7           4.9             3.1            2.6         100.0
1997-98                  1.6           4.8             3.4            2.5         100.0
1998-99                  1.6           4.8             3.5            2.5         100.0
1999-00                  1.5           5.0             3.6            2.4         100.0
2000-01                  1.5           5.2             3.5            2.4         100.0
2001-02                  1.4           5.4             3.7            2.4         100.0
2002-03                  1.4           5.3             4.0            2.4         100.0
2003-04                  1.4           4.9             4.2            2.4         100.0
2004-05                  1.4           5.2             4.6            2.5         100.0
2005-06                  1.4           5.5             4.6            2.5         100.0
2006-07                  1.4           5.9             5.1            2.7         100.0
2007-08                  1.4           5.9             4.9            2.7         100.0

2008-09                  1.6           6.7             5.4            3.0         100.0
Sources: 1995-96 to 2007-08: Survey of English Housing; 2008-09: EHS-LFS
combined dataset.
Estimates up to 2007-08 are three-year moving averages; so the '2007-08'
figure is actually the average of 2005-06, 2006-07 and 2007-08. Since the
2008-09 estimates are for that year only, a gap has been introduced to
separate the three-year averages to 2007-08 from the annual estimates for
Table FA1422 (S127): Overcrowding and under-occupation by tenure,
2008-09

all households
                             difference from bedroom standard
                           over-            at          1      under-                       all
                        crowded      standard      above     occupied               households
                                                                                       thousands
owner occupiers               231          2,119         5,416           6,854              14,620
social renters                258          2,034         1,121             429               3,841
private renters               166          1,316         1,094             491               3,066
all tenures                   656          5,468         7,630           7,773              21,527
                                                                                     percentages
owner occupiers               1.6           14.5           37.0            46.9              100.0
social renters                6.7           52.9           29.2            11.2              100.0
private renters               5.4           42.9           35.7            16.0              100.0
all tenures                   3.0           25.4           35.4            36.1              100.0

sample sizes                  531          4,494         6,263           6,386              17,691
Source: 2008-09 EHS-LFS combined dataset
Notes:
Excludes a small number of households who did not respond
Data in this table differ slightly from those in the 2008-09 Headline Report due to minor
revisions to the combined dataset
Table FA1423 (S140): Overcrowding and under-occupation by region, 2008-09
all households
                                          difference from bedroom standard
                                     over-              at           1       under-                       all
                                  crowded        standard       above      occupied               households
                                                                                      thousands of households
North East                               22               247            431              361            1,062
North West                               74               669          1,073            1,031            2,846
Yorkshire and the Humber                 51               515            840              803            2,209
East Midlands                            36               397            706              770            1,909
West Midlands                            71               529            775              859            2,234
East                                     59               591            839              967            2,457
London                                  224             1,175            968              719            3,086
South East                               80               840          1,214            1,362            3,496
South West                               39               505            784              900            2,228
England                                 656             5,468          7,630            7,773           21,527
                                                                                                   percentages
North East                               2.1             23.3            40.6            34.0            100.0
North West                               2.6             23.5            37.7            36.2            100.0
Yorkshire and the Humber                 2.3             23.3            38.0            36.3            100.0
East Midlands                            1.9             20.8            37.0            40.3            100.0
West Midlands                            3.2             23.7            34.7            38.4            100.0
East                                     2.4             24.0            34.2            39.4            100.0
London                                   7.2             38.1            31.4            23.3            100.0
South East                               2.3             24.0            34.7            39.0            100.0
South West                               1.7             22.7            35.2            40.4            100.0
England                                  3.0             25.4            35.4            36.1            100.0

sample sizes                            531             4,494          6,263            6,386           17,691
Source: 2008-09 EHS-LFS combined dataset
Note: excludes a small number of households who did not respond
Data in this table differ slightly from those in the 2008-09 Headline Report due to minor revisions to the
combined dataset
Table FA1424: Overcrowding and under-occupation by region and tenure, 2008-09

all households

                                       difference from bedroom standard
                              over-         at             1         under-               all
                           crowded    standard         above       occupied       households
owner-occupiers
                                                                     thousands of households
North East                       9          96           280                304           690
North West                      38         282           751                893         1,964
Yorkshire and the Humber        22         195           578                708         1,504
East Midlands                   16         171           510                686         1,383
West Midlands                   30         214           537                757         1,538
East                            21         246           628                861         1,755
London                          52         356           646                595         1,649
South East                      29         358           909              1,238         2,534
South West                      13         202           577                811         1,603
England                        231       2,119         5,416              6,854        14,620
                                                                                   percentages
North East                      1.4       13.9          40.6               44.1         100.0
North West                      1.9       14.4          38.2               45.5         100.0
Yorkshire and the Humber        1.5       12.9          38.5               47.1         100.0
East Midlands                   1.2       12.4          36.9               49.6         100.0
West Midlands                   2.0       13.9          34.9               49.3         100.0
East                            1.2       14.0          35.8               49.1         100.0
London                          3.2       21.6          39.2               36.1         100.0
South East                      1.2       14.1          35.9               48.9         100.0
South West                      0.8       12.6          36.0               50.6         100.0
England                         1.6       14.5          37.0               46.9         100.0
social renters
                                                                     thousands of households
North East                       9         112            96                32            249
North West                      21         261           177                73            532
Yorkshire and the Humber        18         203           134                44            399
East Midlands                   13         156           102                36            307
West Midlands                   27         219           140                53            438
East                            23         206           104                50            383
London                         103         435           158                64            761
South East                      29         274           122                45            470
South West                      16         166            88                32            302
England                        258       2,034         1,121               429          3,841
                                                                                   percentages
North East                      3.4       45.1          38.4               13.1         100.0
North West                      4.0       49.0          33.2               13.8         100.0
Yorkshire and the Humber        4.6       50.9          33.5               10.9         100.0
East Midlands                   4.2       50.9          33.2               11.7         100.0
West Midlands                   6.1       50.0          32.0               12.0         100.0
East                            5.9       53.9          27.1               13.1         100.0
London                         13.5       57.2          20.8                8.4         100.0
South East                      6.2       58.4          26.0                9.5         100.0
South West                      5.3       54.9          29.2               10.6         100.0
England                         6.7       52.9          29.2               11.2         100.0
private renters
                                                                     thousands of households
                                                     difference from bedroom standard
                                  over-                  at                   1           under-              all
                               crowded             standard              above          occupied      households
North East                           4                   39                  55               24             123
North West                          14                  126                 145               65             350
Yorkshire and the Humber            10                  117                 128               51             306
East Midlands                        7                   70                  94               49             220
West Midlands                       14                   97                  99               49             258
East                                16                  139                 108               56             318
London                              68                  384                 163               60             676
South East                          22                  207                 183               79             492
South West                          10                  137                 119               57             323
England                            166                1,316               1,094              491           3,066
                                                                                                        percentages
North East                            3.3               31.8               45.1               19.8            100.0
North West                            4.1               36.1               41.4               18.4            100.0
Yorkshire and the Humber              3.4               38.3               41.8               16.6            100.0
East Midlands                         3.4               31.7               42.7               22.2            100.0
West Midlands                         5.4               37.5               38.2               18.9            100.0
East                                  4.9               43.6               33.8               17.7            100.0
London                               10.1               56.8               24.2                8.9            100.0
South East                            4.5               42.1               37.2               16.1            100.0
South West                            3.0               42.4               36.9               17.7            100.0
England                               5.4               42.9               35.7               16.0            100.0

sample sizes                         955               7,589              6,316              2,831           17,691
Source: 2008-09 EHS-LFS combined dataset
Note: excludes a small number of households who did not respond
Data in this table differ slightly from those in the 2008-09 Headline Report due to minor revisions to the
combined dataset
Table FA1431 (S136): Type of accommodation and whether self-contained, by region, 2008-09

all households
                                                                                 self-contained
                                                              house                                             flat
                                                                                                                                                              all
                                                    semi-                       all            purpose-                           all              accommodation
                                                                                                                                                 1
                                   detached     detached      terraced      houses                 built     conversion        flats       other           types
                                                                                                                                             thousands of households
North East                               161          432          372          966                  142                27      168             *              1,138
North West                               494        1,041        1,008        2,543                  293                59      352             *              2,901
Yorkshire and the Humber                 445          821          681        1,947                  223                67      290             *              2,250
North                                  1,100        2,294        2,061        5,455                  658               153      811            24              6,290

East Midlands                            648          641          402        1,691                  148                20      169             *              1,864
West Midlands                            530          807          597        1,934                  267                34      301             *              2,246
Midlands                               1,178        1,448          999        3,624                  416                54      470            16              4,110

East                                     704          712          598        2,014                  304                42      346             *              2,376
London                                   140          458          992        1,590                1,199               275    1,475             *              3,092
South East                             1,031          961          823        2,814                  476               153      629             *              3,482
South West                               670          600          533        1,803                  230               120      350             *              2,178
South                                  2,544        2,732        2,945        8,221                2,210               590    2,800           107             11,128

England                                4,822        6,474        6,005       17,301                3,284               796    4,080           147             21,528
                                                                                                                                                         percentages
North East                               14.1         38.0         32.7         84.8                12.4               2.4     14.8              *             100.0
North West                               17.0         35.9         34.7         87.6                10.1               2.0     12.1              *             100.0
Yorkshire and the Humber                 19.8         36.5         30.3         86.5                 9.9               3.0     12.9              *             100.0
North                                    17.5         36.5         32.8         86.7                10.5               2.4     12.9              *             100.0

East Midlands                            34.8         34.4         21.5         90.7                 8.0               1.1      9.0              *             100.0
West Midlands                            23.6         35.9         26.6         86.1                11.9               1.5     13.4              *             100.0
Midlands                                 28.7         35.2         24.3         88.2                10.1               1.3     11.4              *             100.0

East                                     29.6         30.0         25.1         84.7                12.8               1.7     14.6              *             100.0
London                                    4.5         14.8         32.1         51.4                38.8               8.9     47.7              *             100.0
South East                               29.6         27.6         23.6         80.8                13.7               4.4     18.1              *             100.0
South West                               30.7         27.6         24.5         82.8                10.6               5.5     16.1              *             100.0
South                                    22.9         24.6         26.5         73.9                19.9               5.3     25.2              *             100.0

England                                  22.4         30.1         27.9         80.4                15.3               3.7     19.0              *             100.0


sample size                            4,300        5,583        4,897       14,780                2,282               519    2,801           123             17,689
Source: DCLG English Housing Survey, full household sample.
Note: excludes a small number of households who did not respond
1
    includes caravans/ mobile homes , non-self-contained accommodation and other types. Numbers in this category are too small to be reliably representedby the survey.
Table FA1501 (S185): Whether require specially adapted
accommodation by tenure of household, 2008-09

households containing a disabled person
                                  adaptation         adaptation
                                    required        not required                        total
                                                                      thousands of households
own outright                               785                5,985                    6,770
buying with mortgage                       200                7,652                    7,851
all owner occupiers                        985               13,636                   14,621

local authority                            294                1,593                    1,887
housing association                        300                1,655                    1,955
all social renters                         594                3,248                    3,842

all private renters                         76                2,991                    3,067

all tenures                               1,655              19,876                   21,530
                                                                        percentages of tenure
own outright                               11.6                88.4                    100.0
buying with mortgage                        2.5                97.5                    100.0
all owner occupiers                         6.7                93.3                    100.0

local authority                            15.6                84.4                    100.0
housing association                        15.4                84.6                    100.0
all social renters                         15.5                84.5                    100.0

all private renters                         2.5                97.5                    100.0

all tenures                                 7.7                92.3                    100.0


sample size                               1,488              16,203                   17,691
Source: DCLG English Housing Survey, full household sample

								
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