H1 What type of accommodation does your household occupy?
Check one box only
A whole house or bungalow that is:
 1 Detached
 2 Semi-detached
 3 Terraced (including end of terrace)
A flat or apartment that is:
 4 In a purpose-built block of flats or apartments (including duplexes)
 5 Part of a converted or shared house (including bed-sits)
 6 In a commercial building (e.g. in an office building, or hotel, or over a shop)
A mobile or temporary structure:
 7 A caravan or other mobile or temporary structure
Flat/apartment in a purpose-built block
Flat/apartment in a converted house or shared building (including bed-sits)
Flat/apartment in a commercial building
Caravan or mobile/temporary structure
NIU (not in universe)
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
A dwelling unit is living accommodation which is occupied or, if vacant, is intended for occupation, by one or more households.
Examples include: a family home, a family home on a farm, a separate flat or bed-sit, a caravan, a caretaker's accommodation located in an office building, living accommodation over a shop.
All buildings in your EA should be visited for the purposes of the census. All dwellings or places of habitation whether vacant or not should be listed in the ERB. No other structures or units need be listed.
This variable indicates the type of accommodation the household occupies.