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|Title:||English Housing Survey, 2009-2010: Household Data|
|Series:||English Housing Survey [English Housing Survey, 2008-]|
|Depositor:||Department for Communities and Local Government|
Department for Communities and Local Government
Office for National Statistics
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Abstract copyright UK Data Service and data collection copyright owner.The English Housing Survey (EHS) is a continuous national survey commissioned by the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) that collects information about people's housing circumstances and the condition and energy efficiency of housing in England. The EHS brings together two previous survey series into a single fieldwork operation: the English House Condition Survey (EHCS) (available from the UK Data Archive under GN 33158) and the Survey of English Housing (SEH) (available under GN 33277). The EHS covers all housing tenures and provides valuable information and evidence to inform the development and monitoring of the department's housing policies. Results from the survey are also used by a wide range of other users including other government departments, local authorities, housing associations, landlords, academics, construction industry professionals, consultants, and the general public.
The EHS has a complex multi-stage methodology consisting of two main elements; an initial interview survey of around 14,000 households and a follow-up physical inspection. Some further elements are also periodically included in or derived from the EHS: for 2008 and 2009, a desk-based market valuation was conducted of a sub-sample of 8,000 dwellings (including vacant ones), but this was not carried out from 2010 onwards. A periodic follow-up survey of private landlords and agents (the Private Landlords Survey (PLS)) is conducted using information from the EHS interview survey. Fuel Poverty datasets are also available from 2003, created by the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC).
The EHS interview survey sample formed part of the Integrated Household Survey (IHS) (available from the Archive under GN 33420) from April 2008 to April 2011. During this period the core questions from the IHS formed part of the EHS questionnaire.
End User Licence and Special Licence Versions:
From 2014 data onwards, the End User Licence (EUL) versions of the EHS will only include derived variables. In addition the number of variables on the new EUL datasets has been reduced and disclosure control increased on certain remaining variables. New Special Licence versions of the EHS will be deposited later in the year, which will be of a similar nature to previous EHS EUL datasets and will include derived and raw datasets.
Further information about the EHS and the latest news, reports and tables can be found on the GOV.UK English Housing Survey web pages.
|The English Housing Survey, 2009-2010: Household Data comprises the full interview data (plus associated derived variables) for all cases where an interview has been completed. Datasets are provided for single financial years together with annual weights.
This dataset should be used for any analysis where only information from the household interview is required. Users who also require data from the physical survey should use English Housing Survey, 2009: Housing Stock Data (available at the Archive under SN 6804).
For the second edition (January 2013), following data edits made by the depositor, files 'contact', 'dwelling', 'identity', 'income', 'interviewfs09' and 'renter' were replaced with updated versions. Information describing the data edits made has been added to the documentation (file '6805data_edits_for_second_edition.pdf'). In addition, the variables casecat, GorEHS and quarter are no longer included in the files 'contact', 'dwelling' (casecat only) and 'income'. The file 'renter' no longer includes the variable ReasTnO. The file 'identity' no longer includes the variables casecat, GorEHS, quarter, M3CrySpe, M3CryO, OYCrySpe, OYCryO and ONtnlty.
The EHS Household Survey consists of a detailed interview using a CAPI based program. An interview is first conducted with the householder. The interview topics include: household characteristics, satisfaction with the home and the area, disability and adaptations to the home, work done to the property and income details.
|Dates of fieldwork:||April 2009 - March 2010|
Government Office Regions
|Kind of data:||
Individual (micro) level
Dwellings and their occupants in England, 2009-2010
Repeated cross-sectional study
Multi-stage stratified random sample
|Number of units:||17,042 households|
|Method of data collection:||
|Weighting:||Weighting used. See documentation for details.|
|ACCIDENTS IN THE HOME||AGE||AIDS FOR THE DISABLED|
|CARE OF DEPENDANTS||CENTRAL HEATING||CHIMNEYS|
|COHABITATION||DEBILITATIVE ILLNESS||DISABLED FACILITIES|
|DISABLED PERSONS||ECONOMIC ACTIVITY||EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND|
|ETHNIC GROUPS||FAMILY MEMBERS||FEAR OF CRIME|
|FINANCIAL DIFFICULTIES||FINANCIAL RESOURCES||FINANCIAL SUPPORT|
|FURNISHED ACCOMMODATION||GENDER||HEADS OF HOUSEHOLD|
|HOME BUILDINGS INSURANCE||HOME BUYING||HOME CONTENTS INSURANCE|
|HOME OWNERSHIP||HOME SELLING||HOME SHARING|
|HOUSE PRICES||HOUSEHOLD HEAD'S OCCUPATION||HOUSEHOLD HEAD'S OCCUPATIONAL STATUS|
|HOUSES||HOUSING AGE||HOUSING BENEFITS|
|HOUSING CONDITIONS||HOUSING FACILITIES||HOUSING FINANCE|
|HOUSING IMPROVEMENT||HOUSING SHORTAGES||HOUSING TENURE|
|HOUSING||HUMAN SETTLEMENT||ILL HEALTH|
|LOCAL TAX BENEFITS||LODGERS||MARITAL STATUS|
|METHODS OF PAYMENT||MOBILE HOMES||MORTGAGE ARREARS|
|MORTGAGE PROTECTION INSURANCE||MORTGAGES||NATIONAL IDENTITY|
|NOISE POLLUTION||OCCUPATIONAL STATUS||OCCUPATIONS|
|PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT||PENSIONS||PLACE OF BIRTH|
|PLACE OF RESIDENCE||PRICES||PROPERTY, OWNERSHIP AND TENURE|
|REFUSE||RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION||RENTED ACCOMMODATION|
|RENTS||REPOSSESSION (HOUSES)||RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS|
|RESIDENTIAL MOBILITY||ROOM SHARING||ROOMS|
|SECOND HOMES||SELF-EMPLOYED||SHARED HOME OWNERSHIP|
|SHELTERED HOUSING||SICKNESS AND DISABILITY BENEFITS||SMOKING|
|SOCIAL HOUSING||SOCIAL PROBLEMS||SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS|
|STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT||STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS (BUILDINGS)||STUDENT HOUSING|
|STUDENTS||SUPERVISORY STATUS||TEMPORARY HOUSING|
|TENANCY AGREEMENTS||TENANTS' HOME PURCHASING||TIED HOUSING|
|UNEARNED INCOME||UNEMPLOYED||UNFURNISHED ACCOMMODATION|
|UNWAGED WORKERS||URBAN AREAS||VACANT HOUSING|
|WALLS||WATER SERVICES (BUILDINGS)||WHEELCHAIRS|
|Date of release:|
|First edition:||18 July 2011|
|Latest edition:||09 January 2013 (2nd Edition)|
|Copyright:||Crown copyright material is reproduced with the permission of the Controller of HMSO and the Queen's Printer for Scotland|
|Access conditions:||The depositor has specified that registration is required and standard conditions of use apply. The depositor may be informed about usage. See terms and conditions for further information.|
|Availability:||UK Data Service|
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|Title||File Name||Size (KB)|
|Table Distributor Template||6805distributer.xls||73|
|Questionnaire Flowchart 2009-2010||6805ehs_questionnaire_flowchart_2009-10.xls||62|
|Derived Variables Information - generals09||6805generalfs09.xls||113|
|Derived Variables Information - interviewfs09||6805interviewfs09.xls||205|
|Sampling Error Tables||6805sampling_error_tables.xls||132|
|Significant Change Tester||6805significant_change_tester.xls||21|
|Table Maker Template||6805tablemaker.xls||52|
|HS Headline Report 2009-2010||6805ehs_headline_report_2009_10.pdf||3050|
|Household Data User Guide 2009||6805ehs_household_user_guide_2009.pdf||354|
|Interview Survey Questionnaire 2009-2010||6805ehs_interview_questionnaire_2009_10.pdf||1549|
|Interview Survey Showcards 2009-2010||6805ehs_interview_survey_showcards_2009-10.pdf||1691|
|Significance Testing and Confidence Intervals Guidance||6805significance_and_confidence_intervals.pdf||813|
|Study information and citation||UKDA_Study_6805_Information.htm||6|
By principal investigator(s):
Department for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (2008) The UK Fuel Poverty Strategy: 6th Annual Progress Report 2008, London: BERR.
Department for Communities and Local Government (July 2012) English Housing Survey 2010: Housing Stock Report, London: DCLG. ISBN 978-1-4098-3472-4.
Department for Communities and Local Government (July 2012) English Housing Survey 2010-2011: Household Report, London: DCLG. ISBN 978-1-4098-3473-1.
Department for Communities and Local Government (2014) English housing survey headline report 2012 to 2013, London: DCLG. ISBN 9781409841524.
Department for Communities and Local Government (2014) English housing survey 2012 to 2013: household report, London: DCLG. ISBN 9781409842781.
Department for Communities and Local Government (2014) English housing survey 2012: profile of English housing report, London: DCLG. ISBN 9781409842774.
Department of Energy and Climate Change (2014) Annual fuel poverty statistics report, 2014, retrieved July 30, 2014 from https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/fuel-poverty-statistics
Further related publications, including bulletins and reports, may be found on the GOV.UK English Housing Survey webpages.
Resulting from secondary analysis:
Equality and Human Rights Commission (2013) Standard of Living, Measurement Framework Series Briefing Paper no.10, Manchester: Equality and Human Rights Commission.
Aldridge, H. (2015) A nation of renters: How England moved from secure family homes towards rundown rentals, New Policy Institute. Retrieved July 20, 2015 from: http://npi.org.uk/files/9714/3219/7327/A_nation_of_renters.pdf
Clarke, A., Burgess, G., Morris, S. and Udagawa, C. (2015) Estimating the scale of youth homelessness in the UK, London: Centrepoint. Retrieved September 16, 2015 from http://www.cchpr.landecon.cam.ac.uk/news/Estimating-scale-youth-homelessness-UK