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SURVEY OF ENGLISH HOUSING PRELIMINARY RESULTS FOR APRIL-SEPTEMBER 2001

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The first results from the 2001/02 Survey of English Housing are ...
The first results from the 2001/02 Survey of English Housing are

published on the ODPM website today as Housing Statistics Summary

No 12. (This is a 'web only' publication. There is no paper version.)

The results relate to the period April-September 2001, when

interviews were achieved in over 10,000 households. This preview,

presenting some of the key findings from the survey, can be found here .

Housing Statistics Users' Group:

A new forum for users and providers of housing statistics

A meeting has been arranged to set up a new group to bring users and

providers of housing statistics together. It will take place on

Thursday 11 July at 2 pm in Eland House, Bressenden Place, London

SW1E 5DU. The meeting will be free but it is essential that anyone

planning to attend let us know in advance.

For more information contact Deborah Walker at

deborah.walker@odpm.gov.uk or by telephone on 020 7944 3271.

Notes

1. The Survey of English Housing is a continuous household survey,

carried out for the ODPM by the National Centre for Social

Research, which provides key housing data for all forms of tenure,

i.e. owner occupation and the 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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