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1367.5 - Western Australian Statistical Indicators, 2010  
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Contents >> Construction >> Number of Dwelling Units and Stage of Production


JUNE KEY FIGURES, Western Australia

Jun qtr 2010
Mar qtr 2010 to Jun qtr 2010
Jun qtr 2009 to Jun qtr 2010
% change
% change

Total Residential Building(a)
Dwellings commenced
6 740
Dwellings under construction
19 131
Dwellings completed
5 449

(a) Includes total alterations and additions, refurbishments and conversions
Source: Building Activity, Australia (cat. no. 8752.0).

  • In the June quarter 2010, there was a fall in the number of residential dwellings commenced (-5.9%) but increases in the number of dwellings under construction (7.1%) and completed (5.7%).
  • The increased number of dwelling commencements compared to the June quarter 2009 may be reflective of the building industry catching up with demand, following a 'saturation' of the market in 2009 when falling interest rates and increased government subsidies resulted in record numbers of building approvals.

This link takes you to the latest time series spreadsheets from Building Activity, Australia, Jun 2010 (cat. no. 8752.0). Tables 34-39 contain Number of Dwelling Units Commenced and Completed. Tables 76 and 77 contain Number of Dwelling Units Under Construction.

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