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Dwelling construction age in England 2015, by tenure

Share of dwellings by construction age in England in 2015, by tenure

by James Cherowbrier, last edited Aug 9, 2018
Dwelling construction age in England 2015, by tenure This statistic shows the percentage of dwellings by tenure and the time period they were constructed as of 2015. Housing that was completed before 1919 is far more likely to be owner occupied (20.3 percent) or privately rented (34 percent) than it is to be local authority (3.9 percent) or housing association (7.7 percent). Housing built after 2003 are most likely to be housing association with 12.4 percent.
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Share of dwellings by construction age in England in 2015, by tenure

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