The 2011 Census collected data on housing tenure: the number of households living in owned, social rented and private rented accommodation. This page provides constituency-level data on housing tenure at the 2011 Census. See ‘Notes and sources’, below, for definitions of each housing tenure category.

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Notes

A household is a person or group of people usually resident at the same address, provided that they share cooking facilities and a living or dining area.

Tenure definitions

  • Owners may own their home outright or with a mortgage/loan.
  • Private renters either rent from a landlord/agency or another party; ‘other private rented’ refers to arrangements such as renting from an employer.
  • Social renters may rent from the local authority or from another social housing provider (typically a housing association).
  • Living rent free refers to households living in property owned by another party without paying rent.
  • Shared ownership is a type of housing tenure where the household part-owns the property and pays rent on the rest.

Data updates

This dashboard uses 2011 Census data. Updates won’t be possible until data from the 2021 Census is released.

Source

  • ONS, 2011 Census Table KS402