W10 (Kensington and Chelsea) Housing stock


Total Detached
88
3,931
% Detached
0.56%
1.51%
Semi-Detached
247
18,203
% Semi-Detached
1.58%
7.00%
Terrace
4,145
56,035
% Terrace
26.50%
21.54%
Flat
11,164
181,923
% Flat
71.36%
69.95%
Temporary
28
164
% Temporary
0.19%
0.06%

Home ownership


Owner Occupied
2,991
88,976
% Owner Occupied
20.12%
34.21%
Socially Rented
8,815
60,199
% Socially Rented
59.30%
23.15%

Notes

Housing stock notes: The data above illustrates the relative proportions of the differing types of property. Based on information collected in the 2011 census, the percentages provide an indication of how common particular types of housing are within the postcode district. It is important to note that as homes are demolished and built these percentages will fluctuate accordingly. Temporary: This refers to temporary accommodation, such as caravans. Please note that end of terrace properties are defined as terrace, as opposed to semi detached.

Home ownership notes: Owner Occupied refers to all households which are owned by the person who lives there, regardless of whether or not they have a mortgage. It also includes properties with shared ownership. Socially Rented refers to all households which are rented at a subsidised rate. This includes council houses, housing associations or Registered Social Landlords (RSLs), housing co-operatives and charitable trusts. You may have correctly noticed that the percentages shown do not add up to 100 per cent. This is due to some data which is not included; these are as follows. Private rented: This refers to all households which are rented by a private landlord or letting agency. Other: This refers to all households which are not covered in the other categories. This includes renting from an employer of a household member, renting from a relative or friend of a household member, or living rent free.