Australian Bureau of Statistics
1367.5 - Western Australian Statistical Indicators, Mar 2008
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 16/04/2008
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In the three months to January 2008, the number of new house approvals (original) in Western Australia fell by 9.1% or 413 approvals, from the previous three month period. This decline coincided with a 1.3% ($14 million) fall in the total value of new house approvals, down to $1,123 million. The total number of building approvals also declined from 5,918 approvals in the three months to October 2007 to 5,612 approvals in the three months to January 2008 (down 5.2% or 306 approvals). In contrast, the value of total building approvals increased by 38.0% ($938 million) to $3,411 million and the value of new residential buildings also rose, by 13.2% ($194 million) to $1,666 million in the three month period to January 2008 (compared to the previous period).
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This page last updated 15 July 2008