1961 Census of England and Wales, County Report (Sample Report Title: Census 1961: England and Wales: County Report: Cardiganshire and Pembrokeshire), Table 23 : " Private Households by availability of certain Household Arrangements for LAA, Con, NT".

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Household Type Total Number of Households
Households with Household Arrangements as follows-- (E = having exclusive use; S = sharing with another household; N = entirely without)
Cold water tap
Hot water tap
Fixed bath
Water closet
All four arrangements
Tottenham UD/MB Total   All Households. 37,904 Show data context 2,234 Show data context 41 Show data context 1,960 Show data context 14,932 Show data context 6,729 Show data context 13,143 Show data context 8,322 Show data context 250 Show data context 15,322 Show data context
    Households sharing dwellings and not having exclusive use of both stove and sink. 9,813 Show data context
    Households sharing dwellings and not having exclusive use of both stove and sink. - 231 Show data context 13 Show data context 732 Show data context 5,114 Show data context 4,127 Show data context 4,164 Show data context 4,500 Show data context 64 Show data context 860 Show data context
    2,384 Show data context 1,872 Show data context 8 Show data context 1,056 Show data context 1,161 Show data context 1,323 Show data context 936 Show data context 2,084 Show data context 21 Show data context 54 Show data context

No data for lower-level units are available.


1 This table is a selective transcription. Data has been transcribed to match that available for the geographically most detailed units. The break down of 'exclusive', 'Households sharing dwellings but having exclusive use of both stove and sink' and 'Households sharing dwellings and not having exclusive use of both stove and sink' by number of rooms and "All households" by number of persons have all been omitted.


The following notes to the table appeared in the original report.

1 For definitions of households, dwellings and rooms, see pp.x and xi.
2 This table is restricted to households of which at least one member was present at Census.

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