Exclusive use of a W.C.

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Year Exclusive use of W.C. Shared access to W.C. No access to W.C.
1951 35,303 Show data context 6,674 Show data context 2,430 Show data context
1961 40,177 Show data context 2,391 Show data context 3,600 Show data context
1971 51,881 Show data context 587 Show data context 1,006 Show data context
1981 54,925 Show data context 79 Show data context 4,213 Show data context
1991 63,215 Show data context 70 Show data context 601 Show data context
Date: Source:
1951 [ERROR: authority is ''SRC'' but auth_note value of EW1951COU2_M25 does not appear in SRC_TAB]
1961 - 1991 Census of Population
1971 [ERROR: authority is ''SRC'' but auth_note value of EW1971COU2_M25 does not appear in SRC_TAB]

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Between 1951 and 1991 the census reported on whether households had exclusive, shared or no use of a "water closet" (toilet). In 1971, households with access only to "outside water closets" were listed separately, and in 1991 inside toilets were required.

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GB Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, Caerphilly District through time | Housing Statistics | Exclusive use of a W.C., A Vision of Britain through Time.

URL: http://www.visionofbritain.org.uk/unit/10150528/cube/HOUS_HAVE_WC

Date accessed: 24th July 2019