Statistics at DLUHC

DLUHC publishes statistics relating to deprivation, housing and homelessness, local government finance, planning performance and land use.

The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) produce statistics in accordance with the statutory and other arrangements described in the guide to national and official statistics.

Latest statistical releases

See the latest statistics releases and live tables published by DLUHC.

Forthcoming statistical releases

See the planned publication dates for DLUHC’s official statistics releases.

Statistical collections



Local government finance

Planning and land use

Ad hoc analyses and statistics

See additional statistical analyses that have not been previously included in any of our standard statistical releases.


DLUHC are interested in understanding more about how our statistics and data are used and the decisions they inform. This is important for us so we can provide a high quality service which meets users’ needs.

Please send feedback on the following areas to the appropriate email address:

Archived statistics

This site contains statistics published since May 2010. Statistical releases published before May 2010 can be found on the National Archives.

Pre-release access to official statistics

The principles and rules governing UK government ministers and officials’ access to official statistics in their final form before publication are set out in the Pre-release Access to Official Statistics Order 2008. This order forms part of the Code of Practice for Official Statistics against which key statistics are assessed for compliance by the UK Statistics Authority.

Ministers and officials who have received pre-release access for briefing purposes to any of the official statistics released by DLUHC are identified in the pre-release access lists.

Corporate procedures and standards

In accordance with the UK Statistics Authority’s Code of Practice for Official Statistics, DLUHC follows the arrangements set out in the publications listed below.

Contact us

Please use the contact details on the specific publication for which you have a query.

For general statistics enquiries please email: