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a building or shelter where one lives

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Even allowing for the fact that some dwellings were built to be used as holiday homes (these are itemised separately in the figures from vacant dwellings), one has to wonder why so much investment was poured into dud real estate.
In 2009, the share of persons living in an overcrowd dwelling ranged widely between EU member states, from 1% in Cyprus, 2% in the Netherlands, 3% in Spain and 4% in Ireland, Belgium and Malta to 47% in Bulgaria, 49% in Poland and Lithuania, 55% in Romania and Hungary and 58% in Latvia.
Private rented dwellings were over three times more likely to be in an unfit condition, compared to the next highest group - owner occupied dwellings.
Although the concept of higher density development is not clearly defined in Melbourne 2030, it is generally agreed by researchers that higher density development relates to population intensification, and that it can be seen by the increased number of dwellings, built as (1) redevelopments on land parcels that were previously occupied by a single dwelling with a generous garden space, (2) semi-detached or attached housing in single or multiple storeys.
Table 1: Number of dwellings by dwelling structure type in the City of Monash, 2001 and 2006 Dwelling types 2001 2006 Change Changes (total number) (per cent) Separate house 47,697 47,043 -654 -1.
Moreover, 1,820 dwellings were completed during the January to March 2008 quarter.
The dwellings in houses built in 1996 and later are considered to be new.
Fort Greene one- and two-family dwellings surged 82.
In the office, high-rise or not, there is little sense of personal space beyond the workstation, whereas the dwelling is entirely about individual identity.
Almost 20% more dwelling starts were registered in January-May 2005 as compared with the same period last year.
Not only residents living in cave dwellings risk their lives and properties each moment, but also the landslide disaster becomes a major obstacle hindering the social and economic development of loess regions.
Also here are the precisely striped clay hills of the Painted Desert, as well as 800-year-old remnants of ancient villages - pueblos, cliff dwellings, even masonry homes made of hunks of petrified wood.
That goal may be hard to achieve as long as thousands of older, mainly inner-city dwellings remain covered with deteriorating lead-based paint, the primary source of lead exposure for hundreds of thousands of children.
If so, homeowners in host cities choosing to rent their dwellings for fewer than 15 days could avoid declaring the rental income as taxable entirely.
The application represents Phase II of the comprehensive redevelopment of the wider site, following the granting of outline planning permission for up to 52 dwellings on part of the site in March 2016, with the subsequent reserved matters obtaining approval in March 2017.