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IV. Household information

412. Floor area

_ _ _ square meters

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6.4. Block IV. Household characteristics
This block is used to record the household characteristics, such as household income one year ago, type of physical building, status of residence ownership also other household facilities.

Floor area is the area of the floor that is occupied and used for everyday use by the household members, including the terrace, garage, WC and storage room in one census building. For a two story building, the floor area consists of all stories that are occupied and used for everyday use.

Calculate the whole area of the building floor that is occupied by the household in square meters (rounded figures). If several households occupy one census building, the area of floor that is used together should be divided by the number of households that uses it. If there are two separate buildings that are occupied by one household and it is still in one segment group, the area of the floor is calculated as a whole.

Example:
Mr. Harris lives with his wife and two children in one census building. In that census building also lives Fatimah, a student that rents a room (3x4 sq. meters) who takes care of her own meals. Besides the room, Fatimah may use the bathroom owned by Mr. Harris's family that is (3x3 sq. meters) and she is also allowed to watch TV in the living room (4x5 sq. meters). Mr. Harris and his wife have a room (4x4 sq. meters) and both of their children sleep in a room of (3x4 sq. meters). Mrs. Harris cooks in a kitchen that is (2x4 sq. meters) and only Mr. Harris's family may receive guests in the living room which is (3x3 sq. meters).

From this example the content of P412 is:
Mr. Harris's household = 59.5 sq. meters, in box P412 = 060
Fatimah's household = 26.5 sq. meters, in box P412 = 026