RIBA calls for tougher standards to prevent 'rabbit-hutch' homes

More than half of homes being built are too small to meet the needs of people who buy them and new national space standards should be extended to include office-to-residential conversions, a report by the Royal Institute for British Architects (RIBA) has said.

by Susie Sell
Flats: RIBA calls for better space standards
Flats: RIBA calls for better space standards

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