Hills Report Data on Number of Fuel Poor in London

November 2011: The consultation period on the interim report by the Hills Fuel Poverty Review has just closed (Nov 18), but anĀ Excel spreadsheet containing the background data to the report has recently been released.

The spreadsheet tab (Fig B.7 & Table B.4) provides estimates of how the number of households in London would be classed as fuel poor depending on how the definition was set. Hence, under the current definition, 402,000 households in London are fuel poor: if the ‘After Housing Costs’ definition was instead adopted, this number would rise to 584,000. See previous posts on some of the background to this (here and here).

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