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Projected Households in Scotland by local authority: One Person Households as a Percentage of all Households (Table 6)

Projected Households in Scotland by local authority: One Person Households as a Percentage of all Households (Table 6)

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

The percentage of all households which consist of one person living alone is projected to increase from 32 per cent in 1998 to 38 per cent in 2012, with all authorities projected to have a higher percentage of single person households in 2012 than in 1998. Of all the authority areas, Glasgow City had the highest percentage of one person households in 1998 (40 per cent), but by 2012 Aberdeen City is projected to have the largest proportion at 46 per cent. East Dunbartonshire had the lowest percentage of one person households in 1998 (23 per cent), and Midlothian is projected to have the lowest in 2012, at 30 per cent.

Table 6  Projected households in Scotland by local authority: One Person Households as a Percentage of All Households

Table 6  Projected households in Scotland by local authority:: One Person Households as a Percentage of All Households

Table 6

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