Great Ayton :: All Dwellings

Description
All dwellings in the area at the time of the 2001 Census. A household’s accommodation (a household space) is defined as being in a shared dwelling if it has accommodation type ‘part of a converted or shared house’, not all the rooms (including bathroom and toilet, if any) are behind a door that only that household can use and there is at least one other such household space at the same address with which it can be combined to form the shared dwelling. If any of these conditions is not met, the household space forms an unshared dwelling. Therefore a dwelling can consist of one household space (an unshared dwelling) or two or more household spaces (a shared dwelling).
Measurement Unit
Count
Dataset Date
2001-04-29
Ness
1920
Subjects
2001 Census: Census Area Statistics, Housing
Comparison against other wards in Hambleton
AreaValue
Bedale1,904
Brompton905
Broughton and Greenhow715
Cowtons729
Crakehall745
Easingwold1,969
Great Ayton2,292
Helperby747
Huby and Sutton775
Leeming1,041
Leeming Bar752
Morton-on-Swale752
Northallerton Broomfield1,726
Northallerton Central1,808
Northallerton North1,664
Osmotherley761
Romanby1,636
Rudby1,450
Shipton942
Sowerby1,583
Stillington814
Stokesley2,306
Swainby797
Tanfield746
Thirsk2,606
Thorntons780
Tollerton700
Topcliffe926
White Horse890
Whitestonecliffe846

Last updated 29 Jan 08:22 (over 4 years ago)