Hello, I'm not sure if there are any legal or other restrictions against this type of development but I was wondering why there aren't any developers building empty shell apartments? By that, I mean you purchase an apartment and it doesn't have anything except the walls. The buyer can then customise it with their choice of flooring and kitchen and bathroom (and other) fittings. This would have the benefit of appealing to the widest range of buyers while also limiting the cost base for the developer. Of course, the benefits of this would only be for the original buyer and not subsequent purchasers but I think it could work well. Just a random idea. Thoughts?