Core Housing Need
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  1. % of Households in Core Housing Need
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Vancouver — Household Type - One-Person Households (Households in Core Housing Need)

  Female One-Person Senior (65+) Female Living Alone Male One-Person Senior (65+) Male Living Alone Total One- Person Households Total
Vancouver 38,550 19,030 29,445 8,640 67,995 156,810
Ambleside 250 170 95 40 345 580
Anmore/Belcarra/Metro Vancouver North 15 0 0 0 15 75
Capital Hill/Brentwood 445 240 435 125 870 2,065
Cedar Cottage 410 155 475 115 885 2,165
Central Lonsdale 510 235 260 85 770 1,365
Central Park 560 335 305 70 870 2,095
Cloverdale/Fleetwood 885 430 475 130 1,365 4,730
Collingwood 420 210 250 70 670 1,875
Coquitlam East 755 395 360 80 1,120 4,365
Coquitlam West 895 470 700 215 1,595 4,110
Deer Lake 195 115 135 35 330 1,150
Downtown 415 190 340 85 755 1,375
Downtown Central 1,215 440 1,210 360 2,420 3,650
Downtown Eastside/Strathcona 965 280 2,140 400 3,115 3,920
Downtown North 520 115 445 100 965 2,040
Dundrave/West Vancouver Remainder 645 500 225 130 870 1,715
Edmonds 555 275 435 135 995 2,340
English Bay 605 290 715 245 1,325 1,995
Fraser View/Killarny 915 560 510 180 1,430 4,305
Guildford 630 350 465 185 1,090 3,970
Hastings/Sunrise/Grandview/Woodlands 1,770 745 1,570 485 3,340 5,890
Kerrisdale 325 240 130 80 450 960
Kitsilano/Point Grey North 680 235 530 115 1,210 1,715
Kitsilano/Point Grey South 570 210 400 100 970 1,570
Ladner 285 180 205 80 495 905
Langley CY 955 545 600 190 1,560 2,725
Langley DM 1,045 555 540 210 1,580 4,185
Lonsdale East 350 170 230 70 580 1,160
Lonsdale North 280 175 155 30 435 820
Lonsdale West 340 140 260 75 600 1,190
Maple Ridge 1,115 575 680 205 1,790 4,005
Marpole Remainder 180 70 185 70 365 970
Marpole South 420 140 460 105 875 1,375
Metrotown 495 235 435 140 935 2,670
Mount Pleasant 865 225 915 170 1,780 2,810
New Westminster East 455 195 400 145 855 1,475
New Westminster West 95 35 110 30 200 645
Newton 1,045 475 1,065 280 2,110 8,415
North Delta 375 180 240 80 620 2,255
North False Creek 630 195 860 135 1,490 2,185
North Vancouver DM East 510 360 290 130 810 1,810
North Vancouver DM West 340 240 140 60 480 1,295
Pitt Meadows 230 135 65 30 295 820
Point Grey 240 115 140 70 375 705
Port Coquitlam 720 365 530 125 1,250 3,115
Port Moody 320 150 135 30 455 1,340
Renfrew 285 175 290 80 580 1,475
Richmond City Centre 1,140 665 545 170 1,685 5,110
Richmond East 405 125 330 110 730 3,025
Richmond South 500 290 240 130 740 2,550
Richmond West 570 370 255 100 820 2,590
Riley Park 190 75 225 60 415 925
Sea Island 10 10 10 0 10 25
South Cambie 105 40 110 15 215 535
South False Creek 475 270 290 60 765 1,300
South Granville 765 275 445 95 1,210 1,700
South Surrey 835 505 435 185 1,270 3,060
Southeast Burnaby South 345 160 195 30 535 1,490
Sunset 735 375 575 195 1,315 3,675
Surrey City Centre 390 140 430 125 825 1,810
Tsawwassen 260 210 180 70 445 890
University Endowment Lands 115 60 50 0 170 825
University/Lougheed 665 370 425 165 1,090 3,060
Uptown 1,015 515 760 245 1,775 2,920
West End/Stanley Park North 200 115 160 60 360 455
West End/Stanley Park South 350 95 285 80 635 890
Westside Heights 485 295 390 125 880 1,775
Westside/Kerrisdale Remainder 585 380 290 140 880 2,305
Whalley 820 310 925 235 1,745 5,750
White Rock 855 595 340 145 1,195 1,770
Notes:
  • Data include all non-farm, non-band, non-reserve private households reporting positive incomes and shelter cost-to-income ratios less than 100 per cent.
  • A household is in core housing need if its housing does not meet one or more standards for housing adequacy (repair), suitability (crowding), or affordability and if it would have to spend 30 per cent or more of its before-tax income to pay the median rent (including utilities) of appropriately sized alternative local market housing. Adequate housing does not require any major repairs, according to residents. Suitable housing has enough bedrooms for the size and make-up of resident households. Affordable housing costs less than 30 per cent of before-tax household income.
  • Family households include at least one census family (a couple with or without children or a lone-parent family). These households may include members who are not part of the census family.