1911 Census of England and Wales, General Report with Appendices, Table 76: " Number of Tenements of Various Sizes and their Population in the Principal Cities of the United Kingdom".

City. Totals. Number of rooms. Non-
private.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10
or more.
London—                        
Tenements 1,033,861 138,226 196,405 219,158 164,776 94,204 72,841 45,673 31,518 18,713 42,437 9,910
Population 4,521,685 265,553 673,619 901,603 787,159 484,035 379,873 229,330 163,076 100,198 268,677 268,562
Edinburgh—                        
Houses* 69,762 6,588 21,927 15,291 10,057 4,730 2,745 1,896 1,630 1,287 3,473 138
Population 320,318 17,854 94,529 69,598 46,223 21,216 12,538 8,697 7,628 6,361 21,237 14,437
Glasgow—                        
Houses* 163,057 32,606 75,536 30,775 10,817 4,490 2,694 1,560 1,009 880 2,421 269
Population 784,496 103,815 367,341 160,083 54,238 21,961 13,453 8,120 5,483 4,907 15,133 29,962
Dublin—            
Tenements 62,365 21,133 13,087 6,577 6,475 15,093
Population 304,802 69,888 59,173 32,331 33,478 109,932
Belfast—            
Tenements 77,370 448 3,205 3,898 18,505 51,314
Population 386,947 1,000 10,213 16,395 86,372 272,967
Liverpool—                        
Tenements 151,891 8,213 11,212 20,106 28,142 43,586 17,940 9,576 5,221 2,640 4,095 1,160
Population 746,421 17,135 37,652 91,316 129,072 219,851 91,717 50,971 29,654 14,661 24,854 39,538
Manchester—                        
Tenements 152,317 2,791 5,333 14,696 62,017 34,514 15,476 7,649 4,612 2,263 2,261 705
Population 714,333 4,989 15,400 61,300 271,224 171,886 75,019 39,061 24,053 11,985 13,124 26,292
Birmingham—                        
Tenements 111,818 1,157 2,372 33,938 18,414 25,537 19,582 4,828 2,793 1,000 1,702 495
Population 525,833 1,901 6,605 145,699 80,964 126,261 94,866 24,598 14,310 5,332 10,224 15,073

* Defined as "every dwelling (1) with a distinct Outside Entrance from a street, court, lane, road, etc., or (2) with a door opening directly into a Common Stair or Passage." If any such dwelling were sub-divided and occupied by different families the Scottish enumerators were instructed to reckon it as only one house.