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terraced house

Brit a house that is part of a terrace
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"With fuel bills going in one direction and people needing their WiFi connections and so on, we want to make terraced housing appropriate for modern lifestyles, without losing the wonderful character and the capacity to build communities."
"With fuel bills going in one direction and people needing their wi-fi connections and so on, we want to make terraced housing appropriate for modern lifestyles, without losing the wonderful character and the capacity to build communities," he said.
Terraced housing range from pounds 450 to pounds 500 a month.
Rows of terraced housing which provided a backdrop for scenes from Coronation Street are to be bulldozed because people no longer want to live in them.
The excellent choice of starter homes in the older terraced housing near the town centre allows first-time purchasers to buy rather than rent.
Economists and property professionals claim retention and improvement of Victorian terraced housing is a more cost-effective means of housing provision.
``I think terraced housing in Wales certainly has a future, but it does depend on the economics of the area, the infrastructure, and inward investment that is received.''
Kevin Parkes, the council's head of planning and regeneration programmes, said the plans for the older terraced housing involved improvements and a better environment for thousands of the homes as well as the demolition element.
The demolition of the homes in Gresham and Middlehaven is just one element of Middlesbrough Council's strategy to improve the borough's stock of older terraced housing.
The council's proposals also include building 750 new homes in the Gresham area, refurbishing 6,000 terraced houses across the town and improving the environment of terraced housing areas.
The cash would go towards the estimated pounds 160m cost of the programme which would see 1,500 terraced houses in Gresham demolished, the area redeveloped with around 750 new houses, and millions of pounds invested in other terraced houses and terraced housing areas in the town.
Supporters of the plan say the clearance of so many houses is necessary to breathe new life into the terraced housing market.