It is estimated that the average single person spends less than an hour each day in the living room and kitchen, and 9 hours in the bedroom, so it makes sense especially where space and funds are limited to optimise the space – leading to a new living concept of community living.

Co-living spaces involve people with similar lifestyle and inclinations sharing communal areas such as lounge, kitchen, utility space and work zones, while each enjoys private bedroom and bathroom.

Costs for common areas are shared, including utilities and maintenance bills, security, housekeeping, launderette, television and entertainment, while facilities such as breakfast may also on offer depending on the type of co-living space opted. Advantages on all sides include cost, shared responsibility and flexibility of tenure.

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