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Cambridgeshire Insight OpenData

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Funded by the LGA Open data Breakthrough Fund
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"Our housing future" is a compendium of data to help assess local housing markets, now and in the future.

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Affordable Housing Completions

Two sets of data are provided: The number of affordable homes completed each year; and an average over a 5 year rolling period, by district within the Cambridge houinsg sub-region (which covers Cambridgeshire and West Suffolk (E07000201 and E07000204). The data is taken from CLG Table 1008, published by CLG for the whole of England, showing the number of affordable homes completed each year (rounded).

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FieldValue
Publisher
Modified Date
2016-07-28
Release Date
2014-06-23
Frequency
Annually
Identifier
7a1e7141-ad23-435e-a8b1-5f5aa904b610
Spatial / Geographical Coverage Location
England
Temporal Coverage
Monday, April 1, 1991 - 01:00 to Sunday, March 31, 2013 - 00:00
License
UK Open Government Licence (OGL)
Granularity
District
Author
Sue Beecroft
Data Dictionary
1. Affordable housing is the sum of social rent, affordable rent, intermediate rent and affordable home ownership. 2. Includes new build and acquisitions. 3. Recycled Capital Grant Fund figures and Disposal Proceeds Fund figures cannot be broken down below national level for 2005-06 and 2006-07, so the sum of the local authority figures may not equal the England figure. 4. Includes homes where the cost is met by a private developer (e.g. Section 106 agreements). 5. Some local authority boundaries and names have changed with local government reorganisation. 6. New dwellings are shown next to the local authority in which they are located which occasionally differs from the sponsoring authority. 7. Figures shown represent our best estimate and may be subject to revisions. The figures have been rounded to the nearest 10 and therefore totals may not sum due to rounding. 8. 2014-15 figures are provisional. 9. "-" nil or less than half final digit. 10. ".." not applicable. Source: Homes and Communities Agency, Greater London Authority, local authorities
Contact Name
Sue Beecroft
Contact Email
sue.beecroft@cambridge.gov.uk
Public Access Level
Public