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Subject: Housing and Households

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Latest Publications

  • House Price Index, February 2014 15-Apr-2014
    A monthly release that publishes figures for mix-adjusted average house prices and house price indices for the UK and its component countries and regions.
  • House Price Index, January 2014 25-Mar-2014
    The Office for National Statistics (ONS) House Price Index is a monthly release that publishes figures for mix-adjusted average house prices and house price indices for the UK and its component countries and regions.
  • Measuring National Well-being: Life in the UK, 2014 18-Mar-2014
    A snapshot of well-being is provided across the 10 domains of well-being, together with a brief overview of international comparisons. The report is the second summary of life in the UK to be delivered by the Measuring National Well-being programme and will be updated annually.
  • Full Report: Household Energy Spending in the UK, 2002-2012 03-Mar-2014
    This short report covers 7 key facts about household energy spending in the UK between 2002 and 2012. It covers the overall average spend on household energy as well as the average spend for the richest and poorest fifths of households. The report also includes comparisons of energy spending for retired and non-retired households and for households in different parts of the UK.
  • House Price Index, December 2013 18-Feb-2014
    The Office for National Statistics (ONS) House Price Index is a monthly release that publishes figures for mix-adjusted average house prices and house price indices for the UK and its component countries and regions.
  • What does the 2011 Census tell us about concealed families living in multi-family households in England and Wales? 06-Feb-2014
    This analysis presents a summary of concealed families in England and Wales using 2011 Census data. A concealed family is one living in a multi-family household in addition to the primary family, such as a young couple living with parents. Each family is assigned a Family Reference Person (FRP). Where there is more than one FRP in the household, the Household Reference Person (HRP) is chosen from the FRPs based on economic activity and then age, and finally order on the census form. The HRP is normally therefore the oldest full-time worker in most households and identifies the primary family in the household. Analyses of concealed family types and change over time are reported at the national, regional and local levels.

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