Statistics showing provisional estimates of 'non-decent' homes in England for 2009 to 2010.
Data from the main business plan statistical appendix for 2009 to 2010 was published on 30 November 2010. This means the provisional figures displayed on this page and available for download have been superseded with final figures.
The main points from this release are:
- based on provisional returns, the percentage of the social housing stock that was ‘non-decent’ on 1 April 2010 was 10.2%, down from 14.5% a year earlier
- for local authority stock only, the percentage of non-decent homes declined from 22.0% to 16.2% while for registered social landlord stock the percentage of non-decent homes declined from 8.3% to 5.3%
- local authority-owned stock was estimated to number 1.79 million homes on 1 April 2010, compared to 1.80 million a year earlier
Live table 119 (stock of non-decent homes in the social rented sector, England) is available on dwelling stock (including vacants) statistical data set page.