Concept selected: Group dwelling
DefinitionDwelling designed to be inhabited by a group of persons subjected to a common authority or scheme that is not based on family ties or specific coexistence schemes. The group dwelling may only partially occupy a building, or more frequently, the entirety of the building.
NotesIt is included both actual group dwellings (convents, barracks, institution, student halls, workers residences, hospitals, prisons, etc.), and hotels, guest houses and similar establishments.
When there are family dwellings in the group establishment that are regularly used for the establishment's managerial, administrative or service personnel, these will be considered family dwellings.
SourceNational Statistics Institute surveys
Statistical operations(enlaces al Inventario de Operaciones Estadísticas)
- 16023 - Residents Travel Survey
- 16028 - Tourist movement on borders
- 16029 - Tourist Expenditure Survey
- 30242 - Building Censuses
- 30243 - Population and Housing Censuses
- 30274 - Continuous Household Survey
- 30276 - Household Projection
- 30453 - Living Conditions Survey (LCS)
- 30458 - Household Budget Survey (HBS)
- 30469 - Survey on Homeless Persons (Centres)
- Dwellings belonging to the household different from the main one
- Family dwelling
- Main family dwelling