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GOVERNMENT PUBLISHES TOP TEN VOID CHART (HANSARD)

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A table of the ten local authorities in England with the highest number of empty properties, the number of manageme...
A table of the ten local authorities in England with the highest number of empty properties, the number of management voids, and the total housing stock was supplied by environment minister James Clappison in response to a parliamentary question from Conservative MP for Dartford Bob Dunn (10 Jan col 213).

Authority stock total vacants mngmnt vacants

Liverpool 48,685 4,377 787

Hackney 39,560 3,894 1,180

Lambeth 43,068 2,176 1,114

Sheffield 71,696 2,046 1,153

Leeds 78,142 2,018 1,133

Birmingham 99,816 1,899 1,443

Manchester 83,406 1,660 1,211

Newcastle 39,224 1,634 1,067

Tower Hamlets 37,578 1,562 609

Islington 37,045 1,483 692.

The source for the data was the 1995 housing investment programme returns.

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