In 2021, there were 1,042,000 communal establishment residents in England and Wales (1.7% of the usual resident population).
The number of those living in communal establishments has risen by 37,000 since 2011 (when 1,005,000 lived in communal establishments), but declined very slightly as a proportion of the usual resident population (from 1.8%).
In total, 51.1% of communal establishment residents were female and 48.9% were male.
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A brief overview of average (median) house prices using estimates from the sale prices of residential properties in England and Wales between 1995 and 2013. We look at the trends and features of average house prices paid over this period for 3 different geographies: local authorities, parliamentary constituencies and middle layer super output areas (MSOAs).