Tiny tiff over flat standards



The Property Council of Australia has denounced a proposal by the Victorian government’s architecture aim to introduce minimum standards.

Under proposed changes, apartments would have a 37m2 minimum size.

Apart from apartment size, the proposed standards also seek to impose regulations around the provision of natural light and ventilation, the proportion of a site set aside for communal areas, balcony depths and lift-to-apartment ratios.

Read the full article by the Financial Review here

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