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24.11.2013

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There are calls for policy makers to plan for more high density housing for baby boomers. It follows a new paper on the growth and change of Australia's population over the past three decades which found boomers are increasingly looking at apartment living, or alternatively, making holiday homes in regional areas permanent. Source: abc.net.au

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