The Property Tribune

There are many reasons why Western Australia needs a greater diversity of housing across the continuum.

Affordability, shrinking family sizes, aging population, environmental constraints and supply issues all factor into the equation when it comes to the growing need to deliver a range of housing choices to suit different household’s needs.

According to Professor Steven Rowley Director, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute – Curtin Research Centre, there is a chronic lack of housing diversity in most Perth suburbs with choices largely limited to detached dwellings the further from the CBD you travel.

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