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Research and Intelligence Team, Policy, Research and Engagement Division, Strategic Services 



and Transformation

Chief Executive’s Office.

  For more information please contact Richard Brett 

 



richard.brett@derby.gov.uk

 



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Housing Tenure 

 

The 2011 Census identified that the rate of rented housing is more than 30% the city 



average in Arboretum and the percentage of owned accommodation less than half that of 

the city. 

 

Housing Composition 



 

The rate of 1 person other households is much higher in Arboretum than for Derby.  

 

Arboretum has a much lower rate of all aged 65 and over and married or same-sex civil 



partnership couple: no children than the city average. A breakdown can be seen in the chart 

below.  


 

Figure 15: Comparison of Housing Composition between Arboretum and Derby



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0

5



10

15

20



25

30

35



40

One person

household: Aged

65 and over

One person

household:

Other

One family only:



All aged 65 and

over


One family only:

Married or

same-sex civil

partnership

couple: No

children


One family only:

Married or

same-sex civil

partnership

couple:

Dependent



children

One family only:

Married or

same-sex civil

partnership

couple: All

children non-

dependent

One family only:

Cohabiting

couple: No

children


One family only:

Cohabiting

couple:

Dependent



children

One family only:

Cohabiting

couple: All

children non-

dependent

One family only:

Lone parent:

Dependent

children


One family only:

Lone parent: All

children non-

dependent

Other household

types: With

dependent

children


Other household

types: All full-

time students

Other household

types: All aged

65 and over

Other household

types: Other

Arboretum

Derby


 

 

Housing Types 



 

The 2011 Census identified that whole house or bungalow; terraced forms the largest 

proportion of households in Arboretum. Whole house or bungalow; detached and whole 

house or bungalow; semi-detached are under-represented in the area.  

 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

                                                 



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ONS Census 2011. Copyright@ONS.gov.uk  




 

 

Research and Intelligence Team, Policy, Research and Engagement Division, Strategic Services 



and Transformation, 

Chief Executive’s Office.

  For more information please contact Richard Brett 

 



richard.brett@derby.gov.uk

 



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Figure 16: Comparison of Housing Types between Arboretum and Derby

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0

5



10

15

20



25

30

35



40

45

Whole house or



bungalow: Detached

Whole house or

bungalow: Semi-

detached


Whole house or

bungalow:Terraced

Flat; maisonette or

apartment: Purpose

Built

Flat; maisonette or



apartment: Part of a

converted or shared

house

Flat; maisonette or



apartment: In

commercial building

Caravan or other

mobile or temporary

structure

Shared Dwelling

Arboretum

Derby


 

 

House Prices



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Arboretum had the third lowest volume of house sales of all wards in Derby in 2010 and the 

average house sale price was approximately 35% lower than the Derby average. 

 

House price to income ratios in Arboretum are approximately 2.8:1, compared to a city 



average of 4.4:1. 

 

Table 11: Number of House Sales in Arboretum 2010 and Average House Sale Price 



compared to Derby 

Arboretum Total 

Number of House 

Sales 2010 

Derby Total 

Number of House 

Sales 2010 

Arboretum 

Average House 

Sale 

Derby Average 

House Sale 

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2,597 

£89,134 


£141,906 

 

Housing Condition



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There are considerably more non-decent private sector dwellings in Arboretum when 

compared to the city average as well as more in disrepair and lacking modern facilities. 

 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



                                                 

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ONS Census 2011. Copyright@ONS.gov.uk 

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Housing Intelligence for East Midlands, Land Registry House Sales 2010 

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Housing Intelligence for East Midlands, House Condition Surveys using Housing Health and Safety Rating System (HHSRS), 

Derby 2006 






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