Residential and non-residential floor space within localities, by locality. Year 2000 - 2015
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Footnotes

Localities situated in more than one municipality or county, will be registrated with the municipality or county where the main part of the locality is situated regarding the land area. Please read more at Localities; areas, population.
Locality references The localities that Lantmäteriet presents in the basic geodata and on general maps can sometimes differ from Statistics Sweden´s locality boundaries. Statistics Sweden´s localities are intended to be a basis for statistics, while the purpose of Lantmäteriet´s locality boundaries is to provide a basis for maps in different scales. Therefore the names that are presented in Statistics Sweden´s statistics should not be regarded as established names of localities, but as references that are representative for the marked areas, that is, a locality of Statistics Sweden. The basis for the reference is the map material from Lantmäteriet. In 2017, several locality references have been changed according to decisions of Lantmäteriet.
Locality Since 1960 Statistics Sweden has defined areas with continuous buildings and a population of at least 200 inhabitants. Localities thus include everything from the largest cities to small areas with only 200 inhabitants. Statistics Sweden does not have its own definition of sparsely populated areas or countryside areas.
A building is defined by the Swedish Planning and Building Act as:
A permanent structure intended for occupation by people consisting of a roof and/or walls and is permanently placed on the ground or completely or partially below the ground or permanently placed in water.
Areas in special units, such as schools, hospitals and cultural buildings, are not included.
Source: Real Estate Tax Assessments Register

Contact and information

Information

Official statistics
Yes
Latest update
2017-12-15
Contact
Jerker Moström, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 40 31
jerker.mostrom@scb.se

Karin Hedeklint, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 45 14
karin.hedeklint@scb.se

Unit
Residential floor space in 1000 square meters:
thousand square meters
Non-residentail floor space in 1000 square meters:
thousand square meters
Reference time
Residential floor space in 1000 square meters:
31 december each year
Non-residentail floor space in 1000 square meters:
31 december each year
Data type
Residential floor space in 1000 square meters:
Stock
Non-residentail floor space in 1000 square meters:
Stock
Day adjusted
Residential floor space in 1000 square meters:
No
Non-residentail floor space in 1000 square meters:
No
Seasonally adjusted
Residential floor space in 1000 square meters:
No
Non-residentail floor space in 1000 square meters:
No
Creation date
2019-10-17
Responsible authority
Statistics Sweden
Matrix
000001RW