Saturday January 25, 2020

Lost in space

Killian Woods

Business reporter

20th October, 2019

It can be tough to get a grasp of what a reduction in home size of between five and ten square metres actually means.

The average size of a completed apartment in Dublin this year has been 85.76 square metres, according to Building Energy Rating figures compiled by Passive House Plus magazine.

Analysis of fast-track applications show the average apartment due to be built is 75.08 square metres. There is a lot to be lost in...

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