Census Data

Creeksea: Tenure

Location Type: Built Up Areas, ONS Geographic Code: E63004699

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Key Facts

All Residents 442
Male 228
Female 215
Households 179

The ONS doesn't publish census data directly for Built Up Areas. The figures on this page are aggregated from output areas overlapping Creeksea. Age-standardised statistics and population density are not available for aggregated datasets.

Creeksea is particularly disjoint from its associated output areas, so the aggregate values are likely to be very imprecise.

Table Codets054
Issued2023-01-06
Unit of MeasureHousehold
Number of Response Options9

This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify households in England and Wales by tenure. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.

Summary

Whether a household owns or rents the accommodation that it occupies.

Owner-occupied accommodation can be:

* owned outright, which is where the household owns all of the accommodation
* with a mortgage or loan
* part-owned on a shared ownership scheme

Rented accommodation can be:

* private rented (for example, rented through a private landlord or letting agent
* social rented through a local council or housing association

This information is not available for household spaces with no usual residents.

Quality Statement

There is evidence of people incorrectly identifying their type of landlord as ”Council or local authority” or “Housing association”. You should add these two categories together when analysing data that uses this variable.

More information at the ONS website

Tenure of household: Total: All households 178
Owned 138
Owned: Owns outright 83
Owned: Owns with a mortgage or loan 55
Shared ownership 0
Shared ownership: Shared ownership 0
Social rented 10
Social rented: Rents from council or Local Authority 2
Social rented: Other social rented 8
Private rented 30
Private rented: Private landlord or letting agency 18
Private rented: Other private rented 12
Lives rent free 0

These values are calculated by adding up the values for census output areas contained within Creeksea. They may, therefore, be slightly inaccurate due to administrative boundaries not precisely aligning with census boundaries.

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