The volume of residential space in Estonia, according to data from the Estonian Statistics Office, stood at 657 800 items with a total area of 40.53 million square metres, as reported by Tõnu Toompark on his adaur blog.
This represents an increase in the number of residential items of 0.29 per cent y-o-y, and an increase in area of residential space of 0.52 per cent, writes Tõnu.
A typical residential property according to the data will be around 30.3 square metres in area; 10 years ago it stood at 27.5 square metres, Tõnu continues.
There are currently 491 residential units per 1 000 people in Estonia, or 2.04 people per unit. In 2002 that figure stood at 457 units per 1 000 people or 2.19 people per unit, Tõnu continues.
The original article (in Estonian) with diagrams showing changes in numbers of residential units and total living space area, plus changes in average living space area and number of residential units per 1 000 inhabitants, is available here.
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