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Building Performance Data
Innovate UK : Building Performance Evaluation project
  The Building Data Exchange is a platform which will unlock one of the largest unexplored data sets in the Built Environment. It contains data collected through the InnovateUK Building Performance Evaluation programme, which analysed how well real buildings performed - it looked at over 100 projects over a 4 year period 2010-2014. Performance data was collected during both early occupation (the first six months post construction and handover), and in use occupation for a period of two years. This resulted in a final report for each project. The Building Data Exchange, created by the Digital Catapult, makes this data open and accessible to the built environment community, digital innovators, designers and entrepreneurs.
 
NEED - anonymous public sample
Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC)
  Anonymous public data sample (49,815 records) representative of the national NEED dataset (over 27 million records) of energy use and energy efficiency in domestic and non-domestic buildings in Great Britain. The data framework matches gas and electricity consumption data collected for DECC sub-national energy consumption statistics and records of energy efficiency measures from HEED. It also includes typographic data about dwellings and households obtained from a variety of sources.
 
NEED-Framework, 2014 - anonymous registered users' sample
Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC)
  Large anonymised sample of 4 million records from the national NEED dataset of energy use and energy efficiency in domestic and non-domestic buildings in Great Britain. The data framework matches gas and electricity consumption data collected for DECC sub-national energy consumption statistics and records of energy efficiency measures from HEED. It also includes typographic data about dwellings and households obtained from a variety of sources.
 
National Energy Efficiency Database (NEED)
Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC)
  A national dataset of energy use and energy efficiency in domestic and non-domestic buildings in Great Britain. The data framework matches gas and electricity consumption data collected for DECC sub-national energy consumption statistics and records of energy efficiency measures from HEED. It also includes typographic data about dwellings and households obtained from a variety of sources.
 
Northern Ireland Housing Statistics
Department for Social Development, Northern Ireland
  Quarterly bulletin and annual compendium of housing statistics and the ongoing review of data including housing publications and the changes proposed.
 
One-Minute Resolution Domestic Electricity Use Data (2008-2009)
I. Richardson and M. Thomson, Loughborough University
  Electricity data measured at one-minute resolution in 22 dwellings over two complete years (2008 and 2009). Each dwelling was fitted with a single meter covering electricity use of the whole dwelling, however, the one-minute resolution allows the switching of individual domestic appliances to be observed. The meters conform to BS EN 62053-21:2003 and measure true active power (taking proper account of the voltage). The study also includes the results of a dwelling characteristics survey which was completed for each dwelling detailing its characteristics and the types of appliances and lighting installed.
 
Retrofit for the Future - metered data (40 homes)
Technology Strategy Board (TSB)
  Selection of individual gas and electricity meter data (measured every 5 minutes) from Retrofit for the Future trials. The Retrofit for the Future competition was run by the UK's Technology Strategy Board (TSB) to catalyse the retrofit of over 100 homes across the UK, with the ambition of achieving an 80% reduction in the in-use CO2 emissions of each property.
 
Rural Fuel Poverty Maps
Centre for Sustainable Energy (CSE)
  Three of the main factors that influence the extent and nature of rural fuel poverty, visualized as maps by regions. There are four topics:
  • Warm Front Grants (take-up of Warm Front grants for the EAGA phase 1 regions, 2000 to 2003;
  • Gas Connection (proportion of postcodes connected to themain gas network by region in 2003;
  • Solid-walled Housing (proportion of solid-walled propertiesby region);
  • Incidence of fuel poverty (CSE fuel poverty indicatorwebsite)

 
Scottish Housing Conditions Survey (SHCS)
Scottish Government
  The Scottish House Condition Survey (SHCS) combines both an interview with occupants and a physical inspection of dwellings to build up a picture of Scotland’s occupied housing stock. The Scottish Housing Condition Survey data has been used by the team at Scottish Government to derive residential sector emission estimates back to 1990. Data includes: age and type of dwelling; access to the gas grid and fuel use; energy efficiency; fuel poverty; rates of disrepair; compliance with the Scottish Housing Quality Standard.
 
Statistics at DCLG
Department for Communities and Local Government
  DCLG collects and publishes official statistics relating to deprivation, housing and homelessness, local government finance, planning performance and land use.
 
Survey of English Housing (SEH)
Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG)
  The Survey of English Housing (SEH) was a continuous annual survey series, which began in 1993 and covered a sample of 20,000 responding households each year. The survey provided key housing data on tenure, owner occupation and the social rented sector, and regular information about the private rented sector. It was a multi-purpose housing survey which provided a comprehensive range of basic information on households and their housing and full information on the private rented sector. The SEH was subsumed into the English Housing Survey (EHS) in 2008.
 
Welsh Housing Statistics
Llywodraeth Cymraig (Welsh Government)
  Statistics & Research is the major independent source for current and historical releases of official statistics and social and economic research on Wales. Topics include Housing and Regeneration, and Population and Migration.