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Mid-Year Housing Unit Forecasts
2006 to 2031

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Year Mississauga Brampton Caledon Peel
2006 215,000 126,000 18,000 359,000
2007 219,000 130,000 18,000 367,000
2008 221,000 135,000 18,000 375,000
2009 224,000 138,000 19,000 381,000
2010 227,000 140,000 19,000 386,000
2011 230,000 143,000 19,000 391,000
2012 232,000 146,000 20,000 398,000
2013 234,000 150,000 20,000 405,000
2014 237,000 155,000 21,000 413,000
2015 239,000 159,000 22,000 420,000
2016 242,000 164,000 23,000 428,000
2017 244,000 168,000 24,000 435,000
2018 246,000 172,000 25,000 443,000
2019 248,000 176,000 26,000 450,000
2020 251,000 180,000 27,000 457,000
2021 253,000 184,000 28,000 465,000
2022 255,000 187,000 29,000 471,000
2023 256,000 191,000 29,000 476,000
2024 258,000 194,000 30,000 482,000
2025 260,000 197,000 31,000 488,000
2026 262,000 201,000 31,000 494,000
2027 263,000 204,000 32,000 499,000
2028 265,000 206,000 32,000 504,000
2029 267,000 209,000 33,000 508,000
2030 268,000 212,000 33,000 513,000
2031 270,000 215,000 34,000 518,000

1. Figures have been rounded to the nearest thousand.
2. Totals for Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon may not add up to Peelís total due to rounding.

Source: Hemson Consulting Ltd


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Table: Households 1971-2006

Household data for Peel, Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga from 1971 to 2006.

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Peel Data Centre
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