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Housing: Standards

Volume 497: debated on Tuesday 13 October 2009

To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government what recent estimate he has made of the number of houses with a standard assessment procedure rating of (a) below 10, (b) between 10 and 19, (c) between 20 and 29, (d) between 30 and 34, (e) between 35 and 39, (f) between 40 and 44, (g) between 45 and 49, (h) between 50 and 54, (i) between 55 and 59, (j) between 60 and 64, (k) between 65 and 69, (l) between 70 and 79, (m) between 80 and 89 and (n) between 90 and 99 (i) in each lower layer super output area, (ii) in each parliamentary constituency and (iii) occupied by a household with an income (A) above and (B) below 60 per cent. of median income measured (1) before and (2) after housing costs. (289445)

The information is not collected in a way that allows it to be broken down in the manner requested. Information about the number of dwellings in England and Wales for which Energy Performance Certificates generated using the Standard Assessment Procedure is available from the Domestic Energy Performance Certificate Register at