Dwellings, stock condition and households

This chapter sets out key results from the 2002 Scottish House Condition Survey, including those on energy efficiency. It then summarises the main findings of a recent analysis of economic and social dynamics and their impacts on the housing market position of households.

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Figure 2.2.1 What happens one year after home-owner couples separate Figure 2.2.1 (PDF)
Figure 2.2.2 What happens to singles in social renting one year after meeting a partner Figure 2.2.2 (PDF)
Table 2.2.1 National Home Energy Ratings (NHER) by tenure Table 2.2.1 (PDF)   Table 2.2.1 (Excel)
Table 2.2.2 National Home Energy Ratings (NHER) by age of dwelling Table 2.2.2 (PDF)   Table 2.2.2 (Excel)
Table 2.2.3 Periods of unemployment over a ten year period for adults aged 25-54 in 2002 Table 2.2.3 (PDF)   Table 2.2.3 (Excel)
Table 2.2.4 Numbers of civil status transitions over ten years by those aged 30-45 in 2001 Table 2.2.4 (PDF)   Table 2.2.4 (Excel)

Note: The majority of the tables in The Review contain UK-based figures, but sometimes figures for Great Britain are used depending upon the sources. All other tables will refer to the country(ies) concerned. Where English regional figures are shown, this is usually indicated in the title. Tables showing breakdowns between England, Wales, Scotland and/or Northern Ireland are indicated with a single *, and those showing international comparisons with two **.

Data in tables and figures is frequently rounded and/or updated and therefore will not always add up exactly.