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Housing

More dwellings in motor camps

The number of dwellings in motor camps (and mobile dwellings not in motor camps) in greater Christchurch in 2013 was 1,122 (0.7 percent of all dwellings), compared with 717 (0.4 percent) in 2006 (a 56.5 percent increase). This was much higher than the 6.1 percent increase nationally. As a proportion of total dwellings, there were more of these dwellings in Waimakariri (2.2 percent) and Selwyn (1.1 percent) than in Christchurch city (0.4 percent).

The number of improvised dwellings in 2013 was 264, compared with 195 in 2006 (up 35.4 percent). This was much higher than the 9.3 percent increase nationally. As a proportion of total dwellings, there were more improvised dwellings in Waimakariri (0.4 percent) and Selwyn (0.3 percent) than in Christchurch city (0.1 percent).

While there were 4,737 fewer occupied separate houses in Christchurch city in 2013 than in 2006 (a decrease of 4.8 percent), there were 2,376 more separate houses in Waimakariri and 3,198 in Selwyn.

There were 1,383 fewer joined dwellings in Christchurch city, a decrease of 4.6 percent from 2006. There was no change in the number of joined dwellings in Waimakariri (1,230 dwellings), but a 15.2 percent increase (up 60) in Selwyn.

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