Private households by locality and type of household 31 Dec. 2011
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Unit
Private households
Latest update
3/18/2015
Creation date
3/18/2015
Source
Statistics Iceland
Matrix
CEN08020
Database
Manntal2011.Skra
Footnotes

Footnotes

Locality
A locality is defined as a distinct population cluster, that is an area defined by population living in neighbouring or contiguous buildings. Such buildings may either:
(a) form a continuous built-up area with a clearly recognisable street formation; or
(b) though not part of such a built-up area, comprise a group of buildings to which a locally recognised place name is uniquely attached; or
(c) though not meeting either of the above two criteria, constitute a group of buildings, none of which is separated from its nearest neighbour by more than 200 metres.
Locality may cross municipal boundaries.
Type of private household
Private households are defined according to the 'household-dwelling' concept. The household-dwelling concept considers all persons living in a housing unit to be members of the same household, such that there is one household per occupied housing unit.