How Britain's houses are getting smaller


Interesting research from LABC Warranty using data from Rightmove and Zoopla shows how homes in Britain are at their smallest since the 1930s (full results and methodology here). Their research indicates that the average living room is now 17.09m2 (down 1.64m2 over the last 10 years) while bedroom size has also dropped. Overall, compared to the previous decade, homes built from 2010 onwards are more than 4m2 smaller.

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