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a prefabricated structure

manufactured in standard sizes to be shipped and assembled elsewhere

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Surely this model could be innovated by a housing association with a build of up to a two bedroom prefab.
2It's hard to believe the scale of the transformation of the village, which has seen us demolishing dozens of outdated post-war prefabs and replacing them with modern, family houses.
I am personally committed to eliminating prefabs which have become 'permanent' structures.
Neil Kinnock grew up in a prefab, so did Michael Caine and the esteemed Scotland editor of The Times, Angus Macleod.
The Ward family, Easter Sunday 1948, showing the back view of the Prefabs on Belle Vale Road near St Stephens Church.
The Airey prefabs were conventionally designed and constructed as a pair of semi-detached houses, but the terrace of four which is being collected by Beamish appears to be peculiar to the North East.
By KEITH FALKINER THE Government has shelled out EUR121million renting prefab and temporary buildings for schools over the past three years.
And one difficulty with prefabs has been buyers' desire for customization.
In New Marske, the first phase of a development of 25 new bungalows, replacing prefabs built as temporary homes after the second World War are completed with 14 happy tenants now living in their Eco Homes 'Excellent' certified bungalows.
Sutherland Lyall explores prefabs and other virtual quirks.
Sylvester, a business management consultant who tracks prefab sales, estimates the number of built prefabs at about 30.
The two-bedroom Ridgeway Walk home - which replaced one of the city's historic prefabs - is on sale for pounds 220,000.
PREFABS were only built as temporary post-war housing - but for the first baby in the UK to be born in one, they hold a permanent place in her heart.