Strategic housing key facts
Statistics on housing in Cambridge, including information on house sales and private rents, council homes, applicants on the housing register (Home-Link) and new homes required. Updated quarterly.
A summary is provided, as well as a full set of data for each quarter.
- Key facts: April to June 2021 [PDF, 1MB]
- Key facts: January to March 2021 [PDF, 0.9MB]
- Key facts: October to December 2020 [PDF, 1MB]
- Key facts: July to September 2020 [PDF, 1MB]
- Key facts: April to June 2020 [PDF, 1MB]
- Key facts: January to March 2020 [PDF, 1MB]
- Key facts: October to December 2019 [PDF, 1MB]
- Key facts: July to September 2019 [PDF, 0.9MB]
Strategic Housing Market Assessment
Cambridgshire Insight publishes a strategic housing market assessment. It is updated regularly, and ongoing improvements to it are being made.
Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Needs Assessment
A Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Assessment was published in 2016, covering the areas of Cambridgeshire, King's Lynn & West Norfolk, Peterborough and West Suffolk. This replaced the previous assessment, which was carried out in 2006 and reviewed in 2011.
- Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Assessment 2016 [PDF, 0.7MB]
- Cambridge sub-region Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Needs Assessment 2006 [PDF, 0.3MB]
A further assessment is currently under way.
Build to rent research
This research assesses the role that purpose-built housing for rent (‘build to rent’) might take in the local area. It was commissioned by us, South Cambridgeshire District Council and West Suffolk Council.
- The Build to Rent Market in Greater Cambridge and West Suffolk [PDF, 7MB]
- Build to Rent Market Strategic Overview and Summary of Site-Specific Appraisals [PDF, 0.4MB]
- Build to Rent Market Demand Appraisal: North East Cambridge [PDF, 6.5MB]
- Build to Rent Market Demand Appraisal: Bourn Airfield [PDF, 4.5MB]
- Build to Rent Market Demand Appraisal: Northstowe [PDF, 5MB]
- Build to Rent Market Demand Appraisal: Waterbeach [PDF, 4.5MB]
Private sector house condition surveys
We conduct private sector house condition surveys as a way of maintaining a detailed picture of housing conditions in the private sector.
The survey results help us form strategies and inform investment decisions, and feed into statistical returns and other internal reports.
The most recent one was carried out in 2015. This was made up of two elements: a report based on modelling of the housing stock; and an interactive atlas which pulls together a range of data from other sources.
Our previous housing condition survey was in 2009
Cambridgeshire housing research
Cambridgeshire Insight is a shared knowledge base for the Cambridgeshire area, which includes data and research on a range of housing and other issues.