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Public housing

Low-cost housing owned, sponsored, or administered by a municipal or other government agency.

public housing

Low-cost housing, owned, sponsored, or administered by a municipal or other governmental agency.
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Al Hamar highlighted the work plan and timetable for the implementation of the project, which is expected to provide an evidence-based housing policy based on short, medium and long-term action plans.
Al Hamar highlighted the work plan and timetable for the implementation of the project, which is expected to provide an evidence-based national housing policy based on short, medium, and long-term action plans, stressing that the issuance of a new housing policy is one of the priorities of the 2015-2018 Government Action Plan.
Stevens offers a quick review of recent history to demonstrate how housing policy is never set in a vacuum.
Rather than willingly accept government rhetoric of commitment to addressing the affordability crisis, we need to consider how to investigate housing policy, and what theoretical and policy orientated scholarship we can draw from.
He said a "common" housing policy was needed, adding: "We can no longer keep arguing perhaps the ideological case whether it should be public or private.
We literally did not know what to do with PS64,000 to implement a housing policy in Gateshead.
Reeder unsuccessfully sought to persuade the Housing Policy Board that the project would violate the city's housing dispersal policy, which seeks to spread low-income housing around the city.
In their historical overview of housing policy in Sweden, Eric Clark and Karin Johnson show that since the 1990s the housing sector has been radically reformed in line with neoliberal ideology.
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: The Iraqi Ministry of Housing and Construction has finished its draft of a national housing policy, which it said is part of a larger project to strengthen the capacity of the housing sector in the country.
A study by the Center for Housing Policy, a Washington-based research group, said working families still have trouble affording homes in the area.
David Crowe, who has been the senior staff vice president for Regulatory and Housing Policy at the National Association of Home Builders since 2002, has been named the association's chief economist, effective November 17.
FINANCIAL AID and income criteria for all housing plans are increasing up to 66 per cent in certain cases, Interior Minister Neoclis Sylikiotis, said yesterday announcing the government's new housing policy.

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