2021 Census: Central Heating
Central heating from the 2021 Census
The raw data from this Census release has been processed by the Population Insight Team and is also available on Surrey-i.
The Office for National Statistics produced interactive maps for the 2021 Census results. The ONS interactive map of the central heating statistics have been embedded at the bottom of this page.
The majority of Surrey households had central heating at 99.0 per cent in 2021, which is slightly higher than the England average of 98.5 per cent. However, this one percent without central heating represented 4,887 Surrey households in 2021.
The most common fuel used in Surrey for central heating were: exclusively mains gas (78.1%), exclusively electric (8.5%), and a combination of two or more types of central heating but not including renewable energy (7.9%).
Types of central heating in Surrey households, 2021
Within Surrey districts and boroughs, Woking had the highest percentage of households without central heating (1.5%) whilst Surrey Health had the lowest percentage (0.7%).
Surrey households with no central heating, 2021
The Office for National Statistics has produced interactive maps for the 2021 Census results. The maps below show central heating and fuel use by area.
Hover over the map to see each of the area names and values. Zoom in and out of these maps to see the data at smaller geographical areas.