For dwelling stock data, unless specifically stated, the definition used follows the Census’s definition applicable at that time. For example, the 1991 Census defined a dwelling as structurally separate accommodation.This was determined primarily by considering the type of accommodation, as well as separate and shared access to multi-occupied properties.Self-containment is where all the rooms (including kitchen, bathroom and toilet) in a household’s accommodation are behind a single door which only that household can use.Non-self contained household spaces at the same address should be counted together as a single dwelling.The synonyms have been arranged depending on the number of charachters so that they're easy to find.If a particular answer is generating a lot of interest on the site today, it may be highlighted in orange.
Ancillary dwellings (eg former ‘granny annexes’) are included provided they are self-contained, pay separate council tax from the main residence, do not share access with the main residence (eg a shared hallway) and there are no conditional restrictions on occupancy.
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