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SURVEY OF ENGLISH HOUSING 2000-01: CORE TABLES

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The 'core' (regular) data tables from the 2000-01 Survey of English Housing are now available on the DTLR website. ...
The 'core' (regular) data tables from the 2000-01 Survey of English Housing are now available on the DTLR website. This set of some 190 tables, plus technical documentation, can be found here.

The data tables, which will form part of the main report on the 2000-01 survey to be published in May, update the corresponding tables in the main report on the 1999-00 survey published on 30 August 2001. (For technical reasons eight 'core' tables will be published on the website as soon as possible.)

This is not the first set of results from the 2000-01 survey, since on 27 September DTLR published a preliminary bulletin containing some of the key results from the 2000-01 survey as Housing Statistics Summary Number 10, which can be found on the DTLR website.

Notes

1. The Survey of English Housing is a continuous DTLR household survey, providing key housing data for all forms of tenure, ie. owner occupation and social and private rented sectors, in England. In 2000-01 some 20,000 randomly chosen households were interviewed for this survey.

2. National Statistics are produced to high professional standards set out in the National Statistics Code of Practice. They undergo regular quality assurance Reviews to ensure that they meet customer needs.

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