Some articles on dwellings, occupied private dwellings, occupied private, dwelling:
... terrace houses and townhouses (15.6%), 146 flats, units or apartments (13.1%) and 0 other dwellings (0.0%) ... Of all occupied private dwellings in the 2001 Census, 682 were either fully owned or being purchased, which represents (61.2%) of all occupied private ... in 1991) mean household size of 2.6 persons 76.4% of houses are separate dwellings and 66.7% of all occupied private dwellings were either fully owned or being purchased ...
... Statistics and Information Population and dwelling counts Characteristics Name Total Value Population in 128 ... Population in 2001 ... to 2006 population change ...
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