Clustered housing

Clustered housing

Homes that are grouped, collected, or gathered closely together and related by proximity to each other.
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He offers an emotion-based theoretical model to assess whether older people feel like their residential arrangements are satisfying their needs and goals, then addresses psychological, social, economic, and political influences on their current residences; problems with residential inertia behaviors; the role of family caregiving; and residential options for active living, independent living, assisted living, board and care, continuing care, and community, neighborhood, and clustered housing.
WEST BOYLSTON - Delaying the razing of historic buildings, clustered housing and confirming a right to farm are some of the proposals voters will decide during the Oct.
Like most urban cohousing communities, Ecovillage at Ithaca underwent the expensive, time-consuming process of petitioning local planning authorities for a higher population density per acre through clustered housing and preserved open space.
The tribal membership wants homes on one and a half acres and above--and no clustered housing at all.
In time, true seamlessness of care will evolve across a broad spectrum of settings, including active adult communities, clustered housing and senior apartments.
Projects presently under consideration will destroy over 6,000 acres of natural habitat and replace hills and valleys with clustered housing units and bring 16,000 new residents .
Density for a clustered subdivision would be based on what would be allowed in a regular subdivision, Developers who wish to use cluster zoning must submit two plans, one for a regular subdivision, which states how many units can be built, and a design for clustered housing.