Number of houses recorded as long-term empty in England in 2017, by tax band

Number of dwellings recorded as long-term empty in England in 2017, by tax band (in 1,000s)

by James Cherowbrier, last edited Sep 14, 2018
Number of houses recorded as long-term empty in England in 2017, by tax band This statistic presents the number of houses that had been empty for more than six months among all dwellings in England in 2017, listed by tax band. Chargeable houses within the tax band 'A' had the highest number of long-term empty dwellings in England with nearly 86 thousand. The correlation between council tax bracket and empty homes showed that lower valued homes are more likely to become long-term empty.
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Number of dwellings recorded as long-term empty in England in 2017, by tax band (in 1,000s)

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