Household projections England, 1989-2011
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Household projections England, 1989-2011 1989-based estimates of the numbers of households for regions, counties, metropolitan districts and London boroughs by Department of the Environment

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Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Household surveys -- England.,
  • Households -- Great Britain -- Statistics.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementDepartment of the Environment.
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 63 p. :
Number of Pages63
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20219927M
ISBN 100117524891

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official population and household projections, published by ONS and DCLG, as the basis for planning for housing, to consider whether there is a case for modifying the assumptions behind those projections, in order to arrive at more appropriate estimates for an individual authority. The general conclusion of the report is that. Housing supply and household growth, national and local Briefing note: December household projections for future years – if they are modelled on previous years in which 4 ‘based Household Projections: England, ’, DCLG, pFile Size: KB. Household projections provide an indication of the number of additional households that would form if recent demographic trends continue. Data for England and its local authority districts. These statistics have not yet been formally reviewed for compliance with the Code of Practice for Official Statistics since their transfer from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government. While housing supply is 90 per cent of long-term household growth for England as whole, there are wide variations from area to area. Worse, those areas that are expected to grow most rapidly over the next 25 years are, on the whole, already performing least well against their household formation projections.

projections The forthcoming household projections due early in are to an extent predictable. They will adopt the based population projections for local authority areas of England which are already in the public domain. They will repeat the approach of the interim projections but use the full range of Census outputs, as demanded. population. As the population projections are a key component of the household projections, it is informative to consider how the projected number of households varies with the variant population projections. These give a broad indication of the sensitivity of the household projections to the demographic assumptions. Before discussing the history of household projections in England and the way they have been used, it would seem helpful to consider the basic principles of producing household projections. Household projections are a means for deriving estimates of numbers of households in future years from estimates of the future population. based household projections: England, to Ref: ISBN PDF, KB, 10 pages This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.