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Medium-density housing is a feature at historic Perry Lakes. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Medium-density housing stays strong

Medium-density housing approvals are still rising in Western Australia, albeit slowly, in contrast to approvals for detached homes, which have gone backwards along with the economy, according to new research.

Bankwest’s Housing Density Report, released today, showed medium-density approvals increased by 0.4 per cent in the year to November 2015, to 8,001.

In the previous corresponding 12 months, there were 7,971 medium density dwellings approved in WA, representing a growth rate of 35.7 per cent.

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