National Records of Scotland

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List of Figures

List of Figures

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Estimates of households and dwellings in Scotland, 2012
(Excel)

Figure 1

Annual increase in the number of households in Scotland between 2002 and 2012
(Excel    PDF)

Figure 2

Percentage change in the number of households 2001 to 2012, by local authority
(Excel    PDF)

Figure 3

Dwelling types by urban-rural classification, 2012
(Excel    PDF)

Figure 4

Dwelling types by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD 2012) decile, 2012
(Excel    PDF)

Figure 5

Vacant dwellings and second homes by urban-rural classification, September 2012
(Excel    PDF)

Figure 6

Vacant dwellings and second homes by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD) decile, September 2012
(Excel    PDF)

Figure 7

Percentage of dwellings which are vacant in each local authority in Scotland, 2012 (Map)
(PDF)

Figure 8

Percentage of dwellings entitled to a 'single adult' discount from Council Tax by urban/rural classification, September 2012
(Excel    PDF)

Figure 9

Percentage of dwellings entitled to a 'single adult' discount from Council Tax by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD) decile, September 2012
(Excel    PDF)

Figure 10

Percentage of dwellings which are vacant in each data zone in Scotland, 2012 (Map)
(PDF

Figure 11

Percentage of dwellings which are second homes in each data zone in Scotland, 2012 (Map)
(PDF)

Figure 12

Percentage of dwellings which are flats in each data zone in Scotland, 2012 (Map)
(PDF)

Figure 13

Percentage of dwellings in Council Tax bands A-C in each data zone in Glasgow City, 2012 (Map)
(PDF)

Figure 14

Percentage of dwellings in each data zone which are vacant in each local authority, September 2012
(Excel    PDF)

Figure 15

Percentage of dwellings in each data zone which are second homes in each local authority, September 2012
(Excel    PDF)

Figure 16

Percentage of dwellings in each data zone with a 'single adult'  discount from Council Tax in each local authority, September 2012
(Excel    PDF)

Figure 17

Percentage of dwellings in each data zone with 'occupied exemptions' from Council Tax (e.g. all-student households or armed forces accommodation) in each local authority, September 2012
(Excel    PDF)

Figure 18

Average household size in Scotland between 2001 and 2011
(Excel    PDF)

Figure 19

Change in household type, 1971-2011
(Excel    PDF)

Figure 20

Estimates of the percentage of 1-adult, 2-adult and more-than-3-adult households in each Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD) 2012 decile, Scotland, in 2011
(Excel    PDF)

Figure 21

Estimates of the percentage of one-adult (with one or more children) households and two-adult (with one or more children) households in each Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD) 2012 decile, Scotland, in 2011
(Excel    PDF)

 

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