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Electoral Ward Household and Dwelling Estimates (2011 Data Zone based)

Electoral Ward Household and Dwelling Estimates (2011 Data Zone based)

Household and dwelling estimates for electoral wards are based on data zone household and dwelling estimates where each data zone has been assigned to a particular electoral ward.

These estimates were produced using the 2022 Electoral Ward boundaries.

More information can be found in the Small Area Statistics on Households and Dwellings page and in the methodology section of the latest Estimates of Household and Dwellings publication.

Electoral Ward Household Estimates (2011 Data Zone based)

Last update: 23 June 2022
Next update: June 2023

This section provides estimates of the number and percentage of dwellings which are occupied, vacant, unoccupied exemptions, long-term empty, second homes, occupied and exempt from paying council tax, or that are receiving a ‘single adult’ Council Tax discount for the 355 electoral wards in Scotland.

The estimates are available for each year from 2014 onwards.

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Small area household estimates, September 2014 to September 2021

(Excel)

Electoral Ward Dwelling Estimates (2011 Data Zone based)

Last update: 23 June 2022
Next update: June 2023

This section provides estimates of the number and characteristics of dwellings for the 355 electoral wards in Scotland. Information is given on Council Tax Band, type of dwelling, number of rooms per dwelling and number of dwellings per hectare.

The estimates are available for each year from 2005 onwards.

(Data for 2018 to 2021 on type of dwelling and number of rooms are not yet available for publication.)

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Dwellings estimates and characteristics of dwellings, December 2005 to December 2021

(Excel)

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Metadata for both spreadsheets

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