Average (mean) weekly social rent in England from 2008/2009 to 2016/2017 (in GBP)*

UK Housing: Average weekly rent of social renters in England 2008-2017 This statistic illustrates the average (mean) weekly rent of social renters in England from 2008 to 2017. It can be seen that the average (mean) weekly rent for social renters in England increased between 2008/2009 and 2016/2017, from a value of 71 British pounds per week to a value of 102 British pounds per week. An increase of 31 British pounds over the nine year period. In contrast, as of 2016/2017, the average (mean) weekly rent for private renters in England (not including London) stood at a value of 95 British pounds per week.
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Mean weekly rent in GBP
2008/0971
2009/1075
2010/1179
2011/1283
2012/1389
2013/1494
2014/1599
2015/16101
2016/17102
Mean weekly rent in GBP
2008/0971
2009/1075
2010/1179
2011/1283
2012/1389
2013/1494
2014/1599
2015/16101
2016/17102
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This statistic illustrates the average (mean) weekly rent of social renters in England from 2008 to 2017. It can be seen that the average (mean) weekly rent for social renters in England increased between 2008/2009 and 2016/2017, from a value of 71 British pounds per week to a value of 102 British pounds per week. An increase of 31 British pounds over the nine year period. In contrast, as of 2016/2017, the average (mean) weekly rent for private renters in England (not including London) stood at a value of 95 British pounds per week.
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Release date
January 2018
Region
United Kingdom (England)
Survey time period
2008/2009 to 2016/2017
Special properties
all households paying rent
Supplementary notes
* Social renters are described by the source as households renting from Local Authorities (including Arms Length Management Organizations (ALMOs) and Housing Action Trusts) and Housing Associations, Local Housing Companies, co-operatives and charitable trusts.

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