National Statistics

Mortgage and landlord possession statistics: January to March 2015

This report presents official statistics on mortgage and landlord possession statistics in England and Wales for January to March 2015.

Documents

Mortgage and landlord possession statistics: January to March 2015

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Mortgage and landlord possession statistical tables: January to March 2015

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Mortgage and landlord possession statistical data (zip)

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Pre-release list

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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 to assist in the development, monitoring and evaluation of policy both nationally and locally.

We have also produced a paper exploring alternative measures to the case progression estimates used in this publication.

Published 14 May 2015