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A Scottish Executive National Statistics Publication
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1) IntroductionNotes and Definitions2) Summary of Main Points from the Projections3) Short Description of the Methodology4) Comparison of the 2000-Based, 1998-Based, 1996-Based and 1994-Based Household Projections 4.1 Population Projections 4.2 Categories of Household Type 4.3 1998-Based Household Projections Compared to 2000 Household Estimate 5) Analysis of the 2000-Based Household Projections for Scotland 5.1 Summary Information for Scotland ( Table 1) 5.2 Projected Households in Scotland by Household Type ( Table 2) 5.3 Projected Households in Scotland by Age Group of Head of Household ( Table 3) 5.4 Projected Households in Scotland by Household Type and Age Group of Head of Household ( Table 4) 5.5 Projected Households in Scotland by Local Authority and Household Type ( Table 5a to 5e) 5.6 Projected Households in Scotland by Local Authority: One Adult Households as a Percentage of All Households ( Table 6) 5.7 Projected Average Household Size in Scotland by Local Authority ( Table 7) 5.8 Projected Households in Scotland by Structure Plan Area (SPA) and Household Type ( Table 8) Annex A Full description of methodology A.1 Introduction A.2 Method Used for 2000-Based Household Projections A.2.1 Population projections A.2.2 Household Composition A.3 Changes from Earlier Methods Used A.4 Alternative Variations of the Method Tried A.5 Decision A.6 Adjustments A.6.1 Re-basing to the 2000 Estimates A.6.2 Adjustment for Minimum Adults Annex B Uses, limitations and consequences of projections B.1 Uses B.2 Limitations B.2.1 GRO Scotland Population Projections B.2.2 The Use of Census Information B.2.3 Rounding B.3 Consequences SCOTTISH EXECUTIVE STATISTICAL SERVICESCONTACT INFORMATION AND OTHER RECENT SCOTTISH EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT STATISTICAL PUBLICATIONS ON HOUSING
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