Housing Amenities

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Year With all ammenities Lacking some ammenity
1951 456,073 Show data context 389,184 Show data context
1961 617,577 Show data context 273,257 Show data context
1971 726,698 Show data context 200,949 Show data context
1981 894,295 Show data context 46,362 Show data context
1991 803,034 Show data context 191,073 Show data context
2001 948,965 Show data context 91,233 Show data context
2011 1,099,878 Show data context 28,188 Show data context
Date: Source:
1951 - 2011 Census of Population

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Since 1951 the census has gathered data on many different "amenities", but no individual amenity has been recorded by every census. We therefore simplify the available information to having versus not having ALL amenities recorded by the census in question. In 1951, this meant having exclusive use of piped water, a cooking stove, a kitchen sink, a Water Closet (toilet) and a fixed bath, while in 2011 it simply meant having some form of central heating.

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GB Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, Greater Manchester Met.C through time | Housing Statistics | Housing Amenities, A Vision of Britain through Time.

URL: http://www.visionofbritain.org.uk/unit/10056925/cube/HOUS_ALL_AMENITY

Date accessed: 19th November 2019