English House Condition Survey 1991

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9780117528802: English House Condition Survey 1991

Between 1986 and 1991 there was a net increase of 0.9 million dwellings. By 1991 the number of dwellings with a missing basic amenity had fallen to 1% of the stock, which compares with 2.5% in 1986. The average general repair cost has decreased by 24% compared with 1986. Carried out every five years, the English House Condition Survey provides information on the condition of the stock and how it has changed since the last survey. It relates conditions to households' circumstances and to their attitudes to the condition of their homes. This survey is a source of information to government and industry on the state of the nation's housing stock.

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