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a building or shelter where one lives

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She added: "Both dwellings are intended to be constructed of facing brickwork and interlocking concrete tiles to match the surroundings.
Two of the 11 dwellings will be affordable housing, while 92 of the overall 331 homes on the development will be classed as affordable housing.
Single storey extension to front of dwelling. P/19/0636/2 Applicant Mr Russel Levenston.
Applying the full extent of the standard would likely require significant cost and effort for little change in outdoor fresh air delivery to a dwelling. This de minimis results in fewer existing dwellings with mechanical dwelling-unit ventilation, but thousands of dollars are saved by avoiding the installation of marginally effective ventilation systems.
Bruce Wiechert Custom Homes, 453 Argon Ave; New Single Family Dwelling With Attached Garage.
SB 146 defines an "accessory dwelling unit" as a "residential living unit that is within or attached to a single-family dwelling, and that provides independent living facilities for one or more persons, including provisions for sleeping, eating, cooking and sanitation on the same parcel of land as the principal dwelling unit it accompanies." In other words, it is a unit separate and distinct from a primary dwelling that has its own kitchen, bathroom and a place to sleep.
Further, Rose (2012) offers a way of approaching the empirical realities of the dwelling experience consistent with a particular theoretical heritage (Dewsbury et al, 2002; Harrison, 2000; 2007a; Rose, 2006; 2010; see Cresswell, 2012) that makes several deeply appealing conceptual arguments as well as being congruous with the empirical examinations involved in the case studies examined here.
In accordance with the Law of Turkmenistan On Privatization of Dwellings of Public Housing Stock, which came into force on January 1, 2014, two categories of people are entitled to privatization of dwellings.
According to the data from the State Statistical Office, at the end of 2010 there were 5,646 dwellings in state property, which is 11 dwellings less than the previous year.
In this action arising out of defendant CastlePoint's rescission of a homeowner's insurance policy after a fire at plaintiffs' residence, based on its determination that the premises contained a basement apartment rendering it a "three family" dwelling as opposed to the "two family" designation that was listed on the insurance application, plaintiffs' argument that they did not misrepresent the premises as a two family dwelling is contrary to this Court's recent decision in Hermitage Ins.
The relationship between dwelling permits and dwellings constructed shows that new dwellings normally take around a year to construct.
Instead, we should follow the example of Jesus and immediately turn our thoughts to God, dwelling on His goodness towards us and His wish that we love our neighbours.
Additionally, it is noted that the adequacy of current infrastructure and services can be less than needed to accommodate increases in population and dwelling numbers (Troy, 1996, Mees et al., 2008).
One study, for instance, aggregated land parcels into 1-kilometre grid cells, (3) and others used Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) yearly dwelling approval and dwelling stock records at five year intervals.
Dwelling units in buildings containing four or fewer dwelling units, and