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Britain's shrinking homes

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Architects are expressing concern about the size of many new homes being built, saying the average three-bedroom house is smaller than the recommended minimum size.

Harry Rich, chief executive of the Royal Institute of British Architects and Andrew Whittaker from the Home Builders' Federation, discuss the reasons for the change.


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