Official Statistics

Mortgage and landlord possession statistics: April to June 2014

This report presents official statistics on mortgage and landlord possession in England and Wales for April to June 2014.

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Mortgage and landlord possession statistical data (zip)

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Mortgage and landlord possession statistical tables: April to June 2014

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The bulletin presents the latest statistics on the numbers of mortgage and landlord possession actions in the county courts of England and Wales. These statistics are a leading indicator of the number of properties to be repossessed and the only source of sub-national possession information. In addition to monitoring court workloads, they are used in the development, monitoring and evaluation of policy both nationally and locally.

Pre release information

In addition to Ministry of Justice (MoJ) professional and production staff, pre-release access to the quarterly statistics of up to 24 hours is granted to the following postholders:

MoJ: Head of Analytical Services, Chief Statistician, Head of Civil Justice Statistics, Assistant private secretary to parliamentary under-secretary of state, 3 press officers, Private office to Permanent Secretary, 1 policy adviser

Department for Communities and Local Government: Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, press officer, 2 statisticians, relevant special advisers

HM Treasury: 2 policy advisors, Banking and Credit, Financial Services Group

Welsh Government: 3 analysts

Published 7 August 2014
Last updated 12 August 2014 + show all updates
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