Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (February 2013) A bedsit, bedsitter, or bed-sitting room is a form of accommodation common in some parts of the United Kingdom and Ireland which consists of a single room per occupant with all occupants typically sharing a bathroom.What is the Australian equivalent of a bedsit?
The Australian equivalent to bedsit is called flatette. In New Zealand, the terms bedsit and granny flat are used interchangeably.What is a bedsit in Nigeria?
In Nigeria, a similar equivalent of a bedsit is the face-to-face apartment buildings, where a group of one or two room apartments have their entrances facing each other along a walkway, which leads to the main entrance of the building in which the apartments are located.What is the current status of the bedsits?
Bedsits were banned in 2008 by the Housing (Standards for Rented Houses) Regulations 2008, with a phase-out date of February 2013. The Health Service Executive and approved housing bodies can still offer equivalent accommodation, which is mostly used as emergency accommodation for the homeless.