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8731.0 - Building Approvals, Australia, May 2010 Quality Declaration 
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 01/07/2010   
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DWELLING UNITS APPROVED STATE TRENDS


NEW SOUTH WALES

Graph: Dwelling units approved - NSW

The trend estimate for total number of dwelling units approved in New South Wales fell 2.9% in May 2010 and is now showing falls for three months. The trend estimate for the number of private sector houses fell 1.0% and has fallen for six months.


VICTORIA
Graph: Dwelling units approved - VIC

The trend estimate for total number of dwelling units approved in Victoria fell 2.9% in May and has fallen for four months. The trend estimate for the number of private sector houses fell 1.5% and has recorded five consecutive months of falls.


QUEENSLAND
Graph: Dwelling units approved - Qld

The trend estimate for total number of dwelling units approved in Queensland fell 1.7% in May and is now showing falls for four consecutive months. The trend estimate for the number of private sector houses fell 2.6% and has fallen for five months.


SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Graph: Dwelling units approved - SA

The trend estimate for total number of dwelling units approved in South Australia rose 2.4% in May and has risen for ten consecutive months. The trend estimate for the number of private sector houses fell 0.7% and is now showing falls for two months.


WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Graph: Dwelling units approved - WA

The trend estimate for total number of dwelling units approved in Western Australia fell 2.7% in May and is now showing falls for three consecutive months. The trend estimate for the number of private sector houses fell 2.0% and is now showing four months of falls.


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