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Acton 1936

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Acton]

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Average Units of Accommodation per Family of given Size.

Size offamily, (equivalent number of persons).Average number of units of accommodation (permitted number) occupied by families of the size in column 1.
All familiesOvercrowded families.
1.2.3.
13.480.50
8.96
25.181.50
5.201.90
36.322.11
6.282.90
47.533.00
7.513.30
57.914.12
7.774.59
68.534.66
8.704.97
78.855.31
8.715.86
89.616.23
8.536.41
910.517.37
10.507.33
1011.008.25
10½9.006.00
1110.339.00
11½
129.009.00
12½
13
13½14.50
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The above table gives the average number of units of accommodation
occupied by the various sizes of families ; a family would
be just not overcrowded if the number of units in the size of the fa on
ily were the same as the number of units of accommodation, and
consequently the excess of the numbers in column 2 over those in
column 1 indicates the extent to which the average family enjoys
accommodation in excess of that required by the overcrowding
standard.


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