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Housing report and tables, England and Wales, 1931

Table of Contents

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(Pages i-iv) Title page & contents
(Page v) Foreword
(58 pages)Contract subtree Text
(Pages v-ix)Expand subtree Part i: Introduction
(Pages ix-xx)Expand subtree Part ii: The component elements: Structurally separate dwellings and private families
(Pages xxi-lvi)Expand subtree Part iii: Housing of private families
(Pages lvi-lxii)Expand subtree Part iv: Housing requirements in the immediate future
(64 pages)Contract subtree Tables
(Page 2) Explanatory notes
(Pages 3-12) 1. Dwellings, rooms and families (England and Wales, urban and rural aggregates, regions and London A. C.)
(Page 13) 2. Comparative distributions of occupied and vacant dwellings (England and Wales, urban and rural aggregates, regions and London A C.)
(Page 14) 3. Relation of private families to dwellings occupied (England and Wales, urban and rural aggregates, regions and London A. C.)
(Page 15) 4. Dwellings, rooms and families. Changes 1921-1931 (England and Wales, urban and rural aggregates, regions and London A. C.)
(Pages 16-19) 5. Dwellings, rooms and families, 1931. Distribution and intercensal changes (England and Wales, urban and rural aggregates, regions, Met. B. s, C. B. s and A. C. s)
(Pages 20-31) 6. Private families, classified by size of family, rooms occupied, and density of occupation (England and Wales, urban and rural aggregates, regions and London A. C.)
(Page 32) 7. Private families: Distribution according to size (England and Wales, urban and rural aggregates, regions and London A. C.)
(Page 32) 8. Private families: Distribution according to rooms occupied (England and Wales, urban and rural aggregates, regions and London A. C.)
(Page 33) 9. Population in private families: Distribution by size of family and rooms occupied (England and Wales, urban and rural aggregates, regions and London A. C.)
(Page 33) 10. Private families: Average sizes of private families occupying 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 or more rooms (England and Wales, urban and rural aggregates, regions and London A. C.)
(Page 34) 11. Density variations (persons per room) according to size of family and rooms occupied (England and Wales, urban and rural aggregates, regions and London A. C.)
(Pages 35-37) 12. Incidence of overcrowding in private families (England and Wales, urban and rural aggregates, regions, Met. B. s, C. B. s and A. C. s)
(Pages 38-40) 13. Incidence of overcrowding in population (England and Wales, urban and rural aggregates, regions, Met. B. s, C. B. s and A. C. s)
(Pages 41-61)Expand subtree 14. Summary of dwellings, rooms, private families and occupations (England and Wales, urban and rural aggregates, regions, A. C. s, Met. B. s, C. B. s, M. B. s, U. D. s and R. D. s)
(Pages 62-64) 15. Overcrowding: Arrangement of areas according to their proportions of families housed at densities exceeding 2 persons per room (Met. B. s, C. B. s, A. C. s and selected administrative areas)
(26 pages)Contract subtree Appendix
(Pages 66-73) A. Private families living in 1-7 rooms analysed according to constitution of family and unit of occupation (Camberwell Met. B. and Sheffield C. B.)
(Page 74) B. Summary of family types (1-7 room occupations only). (Camberwell Met. B. and Sheffield C. B.)
(Pages 75-77) C. Comparison of actual and standard occupations (number of rooms) for private families of each size (1-7 room occupations only). (Camberwell Met. B., Sheffield C. B. and group of 95 crowded wards in London.)
(Page 78) D. Comparison of average standard room requirements (of families enumerated in 1-7 rooms only). (Camberwell Met. B., Sheffield C. B. and group of 95 crowded wards in London)
(Page 79) E. Comparison of sub-standard housing conditions for individual sizes of family on bases of (1) census simple density standard of "more than 2 persons per room"; and (2) census "formula" standard (sleeping and living rooms). (Camberwell Met. B., Sheffield C. B. and group of 95 crowded wards in London)
(Pages 80-81) F. Comparison of sub-standard housing conditions in each of 133 areas on bases of (1) census simple density standard of "more than 2 persons per room" and (2) census "formula" standard (sleeping and living rooms). (Camberwell Met. B., Sheffield C. B. and crowded wards in Met. B. s, other than Camberwell)
(Pages 82-83) G. Private families, classified by size of family, rooms occupied and density of occupation (Camberwell Met. B., Sheffield C. B., group of 95 crowded wards in London, and Manchester C. B.)
(Page 84) H. Summary of private families living 2 or more to a dwelling (Manchester C. B.)
(Page 85) K. Analysis of private families living 2 or more to a dwelling (Manchester C. B.)
(Page 86) L. Classification of the 1921 private families comparable to the analysis of the 1931 private families shown in table 6 (England and Wales)
(Page 87) M. Distribution of private families classified by size of family, rooms occupied and density of occupation (Becontree housing estate, viz. parts of Dagenham U. D., Ilford M. B., and Barking town U. D.)
(Pages 88-89) Approximate distribution of sharing families (i. e. families living 2 or more to a dwelling) by size of family and rooms occupied (England and Wales)