Office for National Statistics defends 2016-based household projections

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has defended figures published last year that predicted lower levels of household growth in many areas of the country, arguing that the sharp difference from previous projections was caused by "methodological improvements" to their calculations.

by Michael Donnelly
New homes: ONS defends 2016-based figures
New homes: ONS defends 2016-based figures

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