Ars Technic’s Peter Bright reports that in 2017, a new wave of brick construction began in Australia and the United States, where the average age of new homes rose to just under 40 years.
Bright reports the rise in the number of homes in new construction, but the decline in the average lifespan of these homes, which was already lower than in the United Kingdom, has been especially steep.
According to the latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the average life expectancy of new houses rose from 61 years in 2016 to 62.7 years in 2017.
This is an increase of more than six years, which is a marked increase from the last decade.
The data from the United Nations also reveals that the average length of a new home is growing, reaching an all-time high in 2020, at 3.2 metres (11 feet).
This is also the highest level of growth in the 20th century.
The most recent report by the International Monetary Fund on the life expectancy, released earlier this month, found that the median age of people in developed countries has increased by just 0.4 years from 1990 to 2017.
According the report, the median life expectancy in the world’s developed countries rose by 2.3 years between 1990 and 2017.
The average life span for people in the developing world has grown by only 1.5 years, from the 1990 to 2000 period.
The median age for people under 30 in the US has risen from 47 years in 1990 to 52.4 in 2017 (the same age as the median for people over 60 in the developed world).
The increase in the median lifespan of people over 50 has increased from 45.4 to 49.5, the same age range as the overall median.
In 2017, the US recorded the greatest number of new construction units in its history, with more than 6,000 units constructed, and the lowest number of existing homes in its record.
But even the biggest boom of construction projects has had a low life expectancy.
The latest data from Home Builders Australia shows that, at the end of 2018, just 1,800 houses were being built each year.
The UK also saw a record-low number of building units completed in 2018, with just 2,300 built.
The majority of new build projects in the UK are in London, which has an average age over 60 years of just 53.6 years, the lowest life expectancy for new construction projects in any of the UKs developed cities.
The same is true for Australia, which saw just 4,100 new homes constructed in 2018.
The lowest life span is also found in the European Union, with the average in the EU is just 59.5.
In 2016, there were just over 17,000 homes built in Europe.
In the United Arab Emirates, the population is about 1.3 billion, and that means an average of more homes per capita are being built every year.
That is a huge amount of construction.
The United States has seen an average life of about 77 years, a significant increase from just 17 years in 2015.
The world average for life expectancy is about 60 years, with an average lifespan in developed nations of around 76.5 (though there is a big variation in countries, especially when it comes to older people).
However, the gap between the most developed countries and the rest of the world is widening.
In 2019, the United Republic recorded a record of over 1,300 new homes built, and an average height of over 6.5 metres.
This compares to just over 7,000 in 2015 and 7,500 in 2016.
The USA has a lower average height than many of the other developed nations, but its average age has been falling over the past few years.
In fact, the number average height in the USA is now just under 6 metres, a drop of nearly 40 per cent since 2015.
However, even as the life spans of older people have fallen, the growth of young people is continuing to grow.
The US has had an average increase of just over 400 new households per year since 2010, with most of these people being young people between the ages of 18 and 24.
According in the same report, more than 2,000 young people in this age range were born in the U.S. in 2020.
This represents a massive jump from just a few years ago, when there were less than 100 such people born in this country.
Australia is the second biggest contributor to the increase in young people, but it has seen a similar decline.
The age of the population in Australia has been growing, but in recent years it has been shrinking.
The number of young adults aged 18 to 24 has dropped from more than 50,000 to less than 43,000.
The trend towards younger people living longer has been very pronounced in the Netherlands, where there are now an average 5.2 children per adult, compared to just 2.8 children per child in the rest and poorer countries. The