Output Area at TQ488847: Accommodation type
Location Type: Output Areas, ONS Geographic Code: E00000096
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|Population Density (people/km2)||7,990.7|
Related Census Areas
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|Unit of Measure||Household|
|Number of Response Options||8|
This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify households in England and Wales by accommodation type. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.
The type of building or structure used or available by an individual or household.
This could be:
* the whole house or bungalow
* a flat, maisonette or apartment
* a temporary or mobile structure, such as a caravan
More information about accommodation types
Whole house or bungalow:
This property type is not divided into flats or other living accommodation. There are three types of whole houses or bungalows.
None of the living accommodation is attached to another property but can be attached to a garage.
The living accommodation is joined to another house or bungalow by a common wall that they share.
A mid-terraced house is located between two other houses and shares two common walls. An end-of-terrace house is part of a terraced development but only shares one common wall.
Flats (Apartments) and maisonettes:
An apartment is another word for a flat. A maisonette is a 2-storey flat.
We have made changes to housing definitions since the 2011 Census. Take care if you compare Census 2021 results for this topic with those from the 2011 Census.
|Accommodation type: Total: All households||121|
|In a purpose-built block of flats or tenement||7|
|Part of a converted or shared house, including bedsits||3|
|Part of another converted building, for example, former school, church or warehouse||0|
|In a commercial building, for example, in an office building, hotel or over a shop||0|
|A caravan or other mobile or temporary structure||0|
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