In a series of recent stories, the Guardian has reported on the lack of transparency in housing market data.
In this article, we take a closer look at some of the key findings from a Cambridge housing survey.
What we found In June 2017, the Cambridge Housing Survey (CHS) was launched to assess whether the housing market was in a “bubble”.
The survey, which covers all housing developments in Cambridge, is designed to help local authorities and developers develop their own strategies for managing their properties.
The aim of the survey is to improve the quality of planning, including identifying areas where housing needs to be expanded or developed.
The CHS is conducted by the Cambridge Centre for Housing, which was set up by Cambridge University in the late 1990s to look at housing demand, the availability of homes and the impact of development on residents’ conditions of life.
The survey was completed by the council and the housing authority, and it found that Cambridge had the lowest number of homes available per person in the country.
In some cases, this was because of the size of the population and its proximity to major cities, like London.
There were also significant differences between the cities in the availability and affordability of housing in different areas.
The majority of Cambridge homes were located in the City of Cambridge.
This was due to the location of the city as well as the population density in that part of the capital.
In many areas, the number of residents was relatively low.
This means that it is difficult to get a good sense of the housing needs of the community.
As well as identifying areas of low housing availability, the CHS also assessed the availability, quality and affordability.
As of April 2018, there were approximately 2,800 properties in Cambridge.
Some of the properties were in high-density areas, such as the city’s Chinatown and the City.
These were not necessarily the most desirable homes in terms of price and availability.
Others were not available at all, or in areas where the population was small.
A good example was the Charing Cross Centre for Childrens Services, which is situated in a quiet residential area in a very densely populated area of the City, and had an estimated price of $1.6 million.
The average household size in Cambridge was 4,700.
It was estimated that there were about 3,700 households in Cambridge at the end of April.
There are about 5,400 homes available for rent in Cambridge now, but this is an increase of about 2 per cent over the previous year.
Housing is expensive in Cambridge A large part of Cambridge’s housing problem lies in the fact that the average rent is more than double that of most major cities.
As the report states, the average price of a Cambridge house is more expensive than the average for all other cities.
This is because it is more difficult for families to buy their first home than in many other major cities where the price of housing is more stable.
The report also noted that the “price of housing per square metre is the highest in the UK, while the cost of housing for households is the lowest”.
The average house price in Cambridge is $1,049,000.
This includes the cost for utilities and food.
However, this does not include the cost to the council of running the properties.
Cambridge’s cost of living is also one of the highest nationally.
The median household income in Cambridge (which includes the price paid for utilities) is $63,900, which equates to a household income of $33,200 a year.
The city’s housing affordability crisis Cambridge’s affordability crisis is one of those areas where we need to improve our understanding of what is really going on.
Cambridge is not the only city where affordability issues are a problem.
A survey of the UK’s 50 largest housing markets in 2016 showed that some of these areas had a housing affordability problem of their own.
This included areas such as Brighton and Hove, Oxfordshire, Liverpool, Bradford and Cardiff, although there were also areas with high affordability levels in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
There was a high level of heterogeneity across the UK in housing affordability.
Some areas, including London, were found to have higher levels of affordability than others.
Cambridge, which has a higher average house value per square meter than any of the other cities, is often considered to be the UKs most affordable area.
This may be because it has relatively low rents and housing stock.
However it is not always easy to find housing.
This has a significant impact on the affordability of the local housing market.
As a result, the majority of the households in the city have incomes below the national average.
There is also a high number of people in the area who have a disability, and many are aged over 55.
The City of London is a particularly expensive area to live in.
As this city’s population is relatively young and mobile, the costs of living in London are often greater than the costs in Cambridge or other cities in this country.
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