Scottish House Condition Survey - Revisions and Corrections
Corporate Policy Statement
Revisions and corrections to previously published Scottish House Condition Survey data are dealt with in accordance with the Scottish Government Statistician Group corporate policy statement on revisions and corrections - a copy of which is available via the following link:
SHCS Revisions and Corrections
The SHCS adheres to the corporate policy statement on revisions and corrections noted above. Key things to note are:
- There are no SHCS statistics which are subject to regular scheduled revisions.
- All revisions and corrections will be brought to the attention of users as soon as they are identified with appropriate notes added to the relevant publications and releases online.
- Substantial revisions will be summarised on this page.
If you have any comments or queries regarding revisions and errors in the SHCS then please Contact us.
Please be aware of the following revisions and errors within the SHCS:
|Release ||Description ||Date updated |
SHCS 2014 Key Findings Report
SHCS 2013 Key Findings Report
The description of pensioner households as ‘pensioner only households’ is inaccurate. Households included under this category consist of up to two residents, at least one of whom is of pensionable age and there are no resident children. Pensionable age thresholds used in these reports are 60 for women and 65 for men. These thresholds have not been updated in line with the increase in actual pension age in 2013 and 2014.
The description of household types given in section 2.4 should read as follows:
- Families: Households which include resident children
- Pensioners: One- or two-member households which include at least one resident of pensionable age and no children. Pensionable age is 60 for women and 65 for men.
- Adult only: Other households containing only adults and no children
This correction affects the following tables and figures and corresponding commentary.
|SHCS Local Authority Report 2010/12 || |
Table 4.2 has been revised.
Previously, unobtainable and not applicable entries were not included in the total, artificially increasing the proportion of dwellings with urgent disrepair.
|SHCS 2012 timeseries spreadsheet || |
An error was corrected on the worksheet "FP Household"; a copy and paste error resulted in the 2011 and 2010 figures being identical.
2010 results were changed to the correct values.
|All SHCS Local Authority Reports || |
Errors in calculation of SHQS compliance and fuel poverty were corrected through the back series of Local Authority reports.
Corrections were made to the following tables:
- 4.12 - SHQS
- 4.13 - SHQS by tenure
- 8.10 - Fuel Poverty
- 8.12 - Extreme Fuel Poverty
- 8.13 - Fuel poor households by tenure
- 8.14 - Fuel poor households by household type
A description of these errors is provided in the SHCS Key Findings Report for 2012.
|Technical Note on Fuel Poverty ||This document was amended to note the difference between the definition of fuel poverty in theScottish Fuel Poverty Statement and the modelling possible under the SHCS. ||11/12/13 |
|SHCS Local Authority Report 2008/10 ||Updated column headings, in row 48 of Sheet numbers 8.16, 8.17 and 8.18. Swapping labels "Insulated" and "Uninsulated" . ||01/10/12 |
|SHCS 2010 Technical Report ||Table 7.1 updated as the "non-grossing weight for proportionality" estimates from Eilean Siar onwards were mis-assigned to the next row in the table previously. ||18/09/12 |
SHCS, Thematic Report: Fuel Poverty Evidence Review
Released: August 2012
|An error was identified in paragraph 48 of the publication. Commentary was updated in line with Figure 7 and Table 32 on page 138. ||13/08/12 |
Page updated: Friday, February 26, 2016