A new set of data shows that housing block sizes in Perth continue to shrink. According to the Herald Sun, data from the Urban Development Institute of Australia (WA) shows that the typical housing block size is now smaller, on average, by 123 square metres from seven years ago.
Industry experts say this is not necessarily a bad thing. For one, most homes are now being built to maximise the use of space. In response, home buyers’ preferences are shifting towards houses built bigger in relation to block size.
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