Penryn – some data


Pursuing our focus on Penryn we note that household spaces increased by 532 or 19% (2810 to 3342) between 2001 and 2011; a higher rate of increase than the number of residents – 14%. But interestingly the number of household spaces without residents rose by 180% (up from 69 to 196). More second and holiday homes probably.

As for the rise in population – 276 of the household spaces in 2011 were occupied by full-time students!

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