Sheffield Council has not replaced 89 per cent of right-to-buy homes sold

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Sheffield has the third-highest sell-of rate of right-to-buy council houses while just 11 per cent of sold homes have been replaced, new figures reveal.

The statistics show that 749 council houses have been sold by Sheffield Council since 2012-13, but just 79 have been built to replace them - meaning 89 per cent of homes sold have not been replaced.

Here is a full list of the number of Right to Buy homes replaced outside London since 2012-13, by local authority.

It shows, from left to right: the name of the council; the total local authority properties sold through Right to Buy since 2012-13; the total new properties built under the like-for-like replacement scheme since 2012-13; and the total new builds expressed as a percentage of the total sales.

Councils are ranked according to the percentage of replacements, starting with the highest.

North Kesteven 46 86 187%

New Forest 82 105 128%

Waverley 35 31 89%

Winchester 65 52 81%

Ipswich 182 146 80%

Tandridge 33 26 79%

Castle Point 35 25 71%

South Cambridgeshire 87 51 59%

Medway UA 35 20 57%

Melton 28 15 54%

Mid Devon 44 22 50%

Guildford 65 31 48%

Exeter 86 41 48%

Taunton Deane 129 57 44%

Uttlesford 32 14 44%

Solihull 155 65 42%

South Derbyshire 60 25 42%

Bassetlaw 78 30 38%

Bolsover 106 40 38%

Colchester 98 34 35%

Eastbourne 70 23 33%

Runnymede 28 9 32%

South Kesteven 103 33 32%

Waveney 51 16 31%

East Devon 78 24 31%

Lewes 43 12 28%

North Tyneside 328 85 26%

Ashford 88 22 25%

Cambridge 162 36 22%

Milton Keynes UA 194 42 22%

Bournemouth UA 94 20 21%

Epping Forest 118 25 21%

Mansfield 91 19 21%

Birmingham 1,500 304 20%

Stevenage 242 49 20%

Slough UA 173 35 20%

Fareham 31 6 19%

Corby 116 22 19%

Arun 53 10 19%

Broxtowe 64 12 19%

Brighton and Hove UA 172 32 19%

Welwyn Hatfield 272 45 17%

Portsmouth UA 209 34 16%

Derby UA 371 59 16%

Crawley 246 38 15%

Chesterfield 162 25 15%

York UA 143 22 15%

Gravesham 97 14 14%

Nuneaton and Bedworth 84 11 13%

Cornwall UA 115 15 13%

North East Derbyshire 126 15 12%

Sheffield 749 79 11%

Great Yarmouth 114 12 11%

Shepway 48 5 10%

Poole UA 77 8 10%

Harlow 218 22 10%

Barnsley 332 31 9%

Adur 43 4 9%

Newcastle upon Tyne 433 36 8%

Norwich 408 31 8%

Rotherham 293 22 8%

Swindon UA 180 13 7%

Warwick 93 6 6%

Tamworth 101 6 6%

Wokingham UA 34 2 6%

Reading UA 128 7 5%

Lincoln 101 5 5%

Rugby 81 4 5%

Central Bedfordshire UA 85 4 5%

Harrogate 43 2 5%

St Albans 86 4 5%

Wigan 353 16 5%

Northampton 248 11 4%

Thurrock UA 219 9 4%

Canterbury 81 3 4%

Dover 58 2 3%

Nottingham UA 588 19 3%

Wolverhampton 590 19 3%

Hinckley and Bosworth 63 2 3%

Kingston upon Hull, City of UA 489 15 3%

Bristol, City of UA 458 13 3%

Leicester UA 587 14 2%

Brentwood 42 1 2%

Leeds 1,103 24 2%

Charnwood 103 2 2%

Dacorum 268 5 1.9%

Redditch 110 2 1.8%

Ashfield 120 2 1.7%

Southend-on-Sea UA 66 1 1.5%

Kirklees 403 6 1.5%

Mid Suffolk 71 1 1.4%

Basildon 260 3 1.2%

Dudley 534 2 0.4%

Note: All figures are from the Department for Communities and Local Government