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Housing

Housing /building density for metro cities (Study city density)
Get data of Housing Price Index of India and Major Cities. the House Price Index (HPI) provides an analytical tool for estimating changes in the rates of mortgage defaults, prepayments and housing affordability.
EWS, LIG, MIG & HIG housing stock in each city and town with geolocations of housing projects.
The scheme of low cost sanitation also includes community toilets. HUDCO has reported that the number of units sanctioned, completed, and in progress is as shown in the table of the dataset.
The encouraging feature is that apart from continuation of the fall in the proportion of the urban poor, for the first time in the 1991 Census, there is also a reduction in the absolute numbers of the urban poor. As shown in the table, 67.1 million or 23.62 percent of India's urban population were below the poverty line in 1999-2000.
According to the 2001 Census, the total urban population is 285.35 million, which accounts for 27.78 per cent of the total population. While the total population in the country increased by 21.34 per cent in 1991-2001, urban population grew by 31.36 per cent during the same period. However the decadal growth rate in urban population of 31.36% is moderate component to growth rate achieved in earlier two decades. The year wise growth of urban population is shown in the table.
The Provisional Census Data of the 2001 Census reveals several significant facets of urbanization over the last decade. Of the 1.02 billion population, 285 million or 27.8 per cent live in the urban areas which comprise 5,161 towns, an increase of 2.1 per cent over the proportion of urban population in the 1991 Census. The data refers to the proportion of urban population to total population between 1961 and 2001.
The data indicates about state-wise percentage distribution of households living in various types of houses such as pucca, semi-pucca and kutcha houses. The details are given in three different worksheets for combined, rural and urban households respectively.
The data refers to average covered area (in square metres) of dwelling unit by states and by type of dwelling unit such as independent house, flat and others as per NSSO Survey Report (65th Round).

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