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Projected Households in Scotland by Structure Plan Area (SPA) and Household Type (Table 8)

Projected Households in Scotland by Structure Plan Area (SPA) and Household Type (Table 8)

Scottish Government Statistical Bulletin Housing Series: HSG/2000/4

Of all the Structure Plan Areas (SPA), total households are projected to increase by the largest percentage in Edinburgh and the Lothians SPA, at 18 per cent. Dundee & Angus SPA has the smallest projected percentage change over the period at only 3 per cent. The largest increase in terms of numbers of households is in Glasgow & the Clyde Valley at 85,600.

In one person households, the SPAs of Highland and Shetland are projected to have the largest percentage increase, both at 42 per cent. The smallest percentage increase is projected in Dundee and Angus.

In Orkney SPA, the number of households with one adult and one or more children are not projected to change during the projection period. For all other SPAs increases are projected in this type of household with the largest being in Shetland SPA (50 per cent).

Households consisting of two or more adults with children are projected to decrease in all SPAs over the projection period. The smallest percentage decrease is projected in Eilean Siar SPA (24 per cent) and the largest in Dundee & Angus SPA at 45 per cent.

For households consisting of two or more adults and no children Edinburgh and the Lothians SPA is projected to have the highest percentage increase between 1998 and 2012 (21 per cent), whilst Dundee and Angus SPA is projected to have the smallest percentage increase at 6 per cent.

Tables 8a-e  Projected households in Scotland by structure plan area and household type

Tables 8a-e  Projected households in Scotland by structure plan area and household type

Tables 8a-e

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