Regional share of houses recorded as long-term empty in England in 2018

Long-term empty dwellings are defined as dwelling which were empty for longer than six months. With 1.38 percent, the highest share of dwellings empty long-term in England in 2018 was recorded in the North East of England. London had the lowest occurance of long-term empty dwellings with 0.62 percent.

Share of dwellings recorded as long-term empty in England (UK) as of 2018, by region

Share of long-term empty dwellings
North East1.38%
North West1.21%
Yorkshire and Humber1.16%
East Midlands0.94%
West Midlands0.9%
South West0.75%
East of England0.74%
South East0.71%
London0.62%
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Sources

Release date

September 2019

Region

United Kingdom

Survey time period

2018

Supplementary notes

Long term empty was defined as empty for longer than six months.

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