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Client age

Definition:​ This variable records the age group(s) of the clients of the communal establishment. Respondents are asked to tick all boxes that apply.

It is not used in standard output and is currently held as a compound field indicating which of the three tick boxes have been ticked.

Applicability: All occupied communal establishments, UK

Classification:

100

Elderly

Client type

Definition:​ This variable records the type of clients of the communal establishment. Respondents are asked to tick all boxes that apply.

It is not used in standard output and is currently held as a compound field consisting of 0s or 1s indicating which of the sixteen tick boxes (fifteen in Scotland) have been ticked.

Applicability: All occupied communal establishments, UK

Classification:

The positional values of the compound field are:

Combined type and management

Mnemonic (reference code): ​CECTMCEWS, CECTMCNI

Definition: These derived variables are a combination of Communal Establishment Type (CETCUK) and Communal Establishment Management Type (CEMTYPE). A different classification is used for standard output in Northern Ireland.

Applicability: All communal establishments, England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland

Classification:​

​ENGLAND, WALES AND SCOTLAND (CECTMCEWS​)

Country of birth

Mnemonic reference (code): COBPUK

Definition: This question records each person's country of birth. A different order is used for the tick box responses for England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Where there is no applicable tick-box, the respondent is asked to write-in the present name of their country of birth. The variable is coded using the ONS Geography Classification of Countries (OGCC) (a coding system used in some other ONS outputs).

Applicability: All people, UK

Classification:​

Dependent child indicator

Mnemonic (reference code): ​DCHPUK

Definition: This indicator identifies a person who is a dependent child. A dependent child is defined as a person aged 0-15 in a household (whether or not in a family) or aged 16-18, in full-time education and living in a family with his or her parent(s).

Applicability: All people in households, UK

Classification:

Code

Country of birth of Household Reference Person

Mnemonic (reference code): COBHUK

Definition: This derived variable classifies a household according to the country of birth of the Household Reference Person (HRP).

Applicability: All occupied household spaces, UK

Classification:

For codes, see Country of birth - COBPUK.

Not applicable category comprises: All household spaces with no residents

Output:

This variable does not appear in standard output.

Central heating

Mnemonic (reference code): CNHHUK

Definition: This variable records whether the household's accommodation has central heating in some or all rooms (whether used or not). Central heating includes gas, oil, or solid fuel central heating; night storage heaters; warm air heating and underfloor heating.

Applicability: All occupied household spaces, UK.

Classification:

Code

Cars and vans

Mnemonic (reference code): CAVHUK

Definition: This variable records information on the number of cars or vans owned, or available for use, by one or more members of a household. It includes company cars and vans available for private use.

Write in answers greater than 20 are treated as invalid and a value is imputed.

Applicability: All occupied household spaces, UK.

Classification:

Distance travelled to work or study (Scotland)

Mnemonic (reference code): DTWSPS

Definition: This derived variable provides a measure, in kilometres, of a straight line between the postcode of residence and the postcode of the place of the person's main job or course of study.

Applicability: All people who were working or studying the week before the Census with a UK postcode for place of work or study, Scotland.

Classification:

Code

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