2 edition of Difficult housing estates found in the catalog.
Difficult housing estates
Paper arises from work of British Social Project, 1953-58.
|Series||Tavistock pamphlet -- no.5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||43|
Housing estates characteristics Hand-collected data considers characteristics of the 44 housing estates that might be related to the spread of SARS, including: age, number of floors, number of flats per floor, and number of blocks. 22 To generate an estimate of each estate’s population, the total number of flats (blocks times floors times Cited by: The development process was, however, difficult, and housing was one of the greatest challenges. Urban dwellings were mainly in the form of shophouses, which were crowded, two- or three-story apartments over ground floor shops. Outside the urban area, there were traditional Malay or Chinese villages along with a few large estates for the wealthy.
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The (Still) Dreary Deadlock of Public Housing. Bauer returned to Europe in to learn about recent developments firsthand, visiting key architects and municipal housing estates; The resulting degree of rigid social segregation is difficult to align with traditional American ideas. And in addition, if a tenant manages to increase his Author: Barbara Penner. If you’re sat right at the centre of a housing estate, you may well find it difficult to get anywhere. Housing estates are renowned for their general lack of transport infrastructure. If you don’t drive, you might have a hard time getting to the shops, or to and from work every day. Locations aren’t always ideal.
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Genre/Form: Case studies: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wilson, R. (Roger), Difficult housing estates. [London] Tavistock Publications . ‘Difficult’ is a less perjorative description which still conveys how such estates are regarded by housing managers and tenants alike.
In this chapter we shall discuss how estates become difficult; what it is like living there; why they are of particular concern to social workers and probation officers; and how working practices have.
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We want you to pray for the difficult people in your community - that's where real change happens.” The Day of Difficult housing estates book for England’s social housing estates will take place on 22 February, and is part of the Church of England’s ambitious Renewal and Reform programme of work, which seeks to provide a narrative of hope to the Church of.
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I enjoyed this book as it provided a history of social housing/council estates of Britain but it did not leave me with much to think about other than the information that was laid out.
I would recommend it if the reader is interested in social housing in the UK and the different laws and policies that have brought us to current day, but for me /5(49). Social housing is often caricatured as being associated with slum clearance or with crime-ridden Estates.
Brutalist architecture is often roped into the caricature as a dehumanising environment in which to live and pal Dreams tries to recover a more idealistic view that prevailed not long ago.
This social housing book seems to provide an antidote to some of the caricature and also. Housing in the United Kingdom represents the largest non-financial asset class in the UK; its overall net value passed the £5 trillion mark in About 30% of homes are owned outright by their occupants, and a further 40% are owner-occupied on a 18% are social housing of some kind, and the remaining 12% are privately rented.
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As the book considers each country's housing history and traditions, and analyses the contrasting structures and systems, it finds convergence of problems in the growing tensions of their most disadvantaged Cited by: Data Book.
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