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Projected Households – Vic RVic MSD 2006-2056

This file contains projected population by living arrangement (private/non- private dwellings), including the total number of Occupied Private Dwellings (standard proxy for households) for Victoria, regional Victoria and the Melbourne Statistical Division (MSD) for each year from 2006 to 2056. Included are explanatory notes for the Victoria in Future 2008 a first release population projections.

Victoria in Future 2008 is the official population projection set of the State of Victoria. Projections have been released four times, beginning with Victoria in Future 1997. The data provide an insight into the likely future size, location and structure of our population, as well as components of population change (births, deaths, migration) and the way we form households, given assumptions about the continuation of current societal, economic and demographic trends. Victoria in Future data is used widely within state government, as well as the private and community sectors. The data are used to understand the population as it stands and as it is likely to be, and is used most often in the strategic planning for businesses and organisations including, but not limited to: land use and development, health and community services, transport, justice, retail and commercial, water, energy and infrastructure.

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Title Projected Households – Vic RVic MSD 2006-2056
Type Dataset
Language English
Licence Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia
Update Frequency Five yearly cycle
Landing Page https://data.gov.au/dataset/2be448c7-216b-4e10-8c2e-62efaa19fecb
Date Published 2013-05-12
Date Updated 2015-04-08
Contact Point
Department of Planning and Community Development (Vic)
Temporal Coverage 2006-07-01 00:00:00 → 2010-05-24 00:00:00
Geospatial Coverage Victoria
Jurisdiction Victoria
Data Portal data.gov.au
Publisher/Agency Department of Planning and Community Development (Vic)
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