Over time, we aim to produce information on the number and size of households, and on family composition.

Each year, we aim to expand the breadth, depth and accuracy of our Research Outputs on households and families. That said, this will depend on the availability of the data and its statistical quality.

It’s unlikely that information about families will be available just from administrative sources. This means we’ll need to produce the information through a combination of administrative data and surveys.

Releases:

08 March 2018: Research Outputs: An update on developing household statistics for an Administrative Data Census

This article presents an update on our research into producing household statistics from administrative data sources. These Research Outputs are not official statistics.

24 July 2017: Occupied address (household) estimates by size from administrative data

These Research Outputs are estimates of household size from the Structure Preserving Estimator (SPREE) method. These outputs are not official statistics.

27 February 2017: Occupied address (household) estimates from administrative data

These outputs are NOT official statistics on households. Rather they are household estimates from a methodology different to that currently used in the production of official household statistics.