43. What is the type of building in which the housing unit is found?
 0 Non-storeyed detached
 1 Non-storeyed 2 units attached
 2 Non-storeyed 3-5 units
 3 Non-storeyed 6 or more units
 4 One or more storeyed detached
 5 One or more storeyed, 2-3 units attached
 6 One or more storeyed, 4-6 units attached
 7 One or more storeyed, 7-10 units attached
 8 One or more storeyed, 11 or more units attached
Non-storeyed 2 units attached
Non-storeyed 3-5 units attached
Non-storeyed 6 or more units
One or more storeyed detached
One or more storeyed, 2-3 units attached
One or more storeyed, 4-6 units attached
One or more storeyed, 7-10 units attached
One or more, 11 or more units attached
NIU (not in universe)
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
Column 43: Location of the housing unit in a building
Type of the building the housing unit is a part of will be described in column 43. Building is an independent structure that has one or more rooms covered with roof and wall. One building may be a single residential unit or may include several residential units. For example villa, apartments, or horizontally attached houses come here.
The location of the housing unit in a building will be identified and circled from the following list of codes and entered in card column 31.
0 = None-storied and independent single housing unit
1 = None-storied building having two adjoining housing units
2 = Non-storied building having 3 to 5 adjoining housing units
3 = Non-storied building having 6 and more adjoining housing units
4 = One or more storied building having one independent housing unit
5 = One or more storied building having 2 to 3 adjoining housing units
6 = One or more storied building having 4 to 6 adjoining housing units
7 = One or more storied building having 7 to 10 adjoining housing units
8 = One or more storied building having 11 and more adjoining housing units
If a building is entirely residential apartment building number of adjoining housing units can be determined by counting them and also if the building is occupied by apartment residents and by offices, their numbers can be identified separately as well.