Wednesday, December 2, 2015
Sky News uses a well known HPC phrase
Many new family homes being built in England are like rabbit hutches because they are too small to live in comfortably, a report has warned. It found that on average a new three-bedroom home sold outside London is four square metres short of what buyers need Â– equivalent to the size of a family bathroom. The study by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) compared the sizes of new three-bedroom homes on more than 100 developments across England against new, optional space standards introduced in October.