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Estimates of Households and Dwellings in Scotland, 2015

Estimates of Households and Dwellings in Scotland, 2015

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Estimates of Households and Dwellings in Scotland, 2015
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Figure 1

Trends in households, dwellings and population, June 2005 to 2015

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Figure 2

Proportion of dwellings which are occupied, vacant and second homes, September 2015

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Figure 3

Changing rate of increase in households and dwellings, June 2007 to 2015

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Figure 4

Numbers of vacant dwellings and second homes, September 2005 to 2015

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Figure 5

Change in household type in Scotland, 1961 to 2011

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Figure 6

Percentage of households by type, 2014

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Figure 7

New build completions and annual increase in dwellings, September 2005 to 2015

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Figure 8

Percentage change in the number of households by council area, June 2005 to 2015

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Figure 9

Percentage change in the number of households by council area, June 2005 to 2015 (Map) 
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Figure 10

Percentage of dwellings which are vacant in each data zone, September 2015 (Map)
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Figure 11

Percentage of dwellings which are second homes in each data zone, September 2015 (Map)
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Figure 12

Percentage of dwellings in each data zone which are vacant in each council area, September 2015 (Boxplot)

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Figure 13

Percentage of dwellings in each data zone which are second homes in each council area, September 2015 (Boxplot)
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Figure 14

Percentage of dwellings which are vacant in each data zone in Glasgow City, September 2015 (Map)
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Figure 15

Percentage of dwellings in each data zone with a 'single adult'  discount from Council Tax in each council area, September 2015 (Boxplot)
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Figure 16

Percentage of dwellings in each data zone with 'occupied exemptions' from Council Tax (e.g. all-student households or armed forces accommodation) in each council area, September 2015 (Boxplot)
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Figure 17

Average household size in each council area, June 2001 to 2015

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