Rural housing: Second report of the Rural housing subcommittee of the Central housing advisory committee ...
H. M. Stationery off., 1937 - Business & Economics - 35 pages
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accommodation adequate outbuildings agricultural cottages Agricultural Need.—There agricultural population agricultural workers authorities connection with slum Council houses County Council damp defects Demolition Order economic rent erected by Rural Exchequer assistance existing cottages Existing Council Houses.—The existing pre-war dwellings existing villages families farm fit for habitation Further Houses.—The grant houses erected Housing Act Housing Rural Workers improved inclusive of rates isolated sites labour landowners large number means of agricultural meet the need need for further Need of Slum number of houses old cottages owing owners parlour pre-war houses Pre-War Property.—The rents private enterprise Provision of Further relief of overcrowding Relief of Overcrowding.—The Rents of Houses Rents of Pre-War repair and reconditioning Repairs are carried reserved for agricultural Rural District Councils rural housing rural population Sanitary Inspectors satisfactory shortage slum clearance stockmen Sub-Committee tenants tion tural type of house unfit houses unsuitable for reconditioning wages week inclusive Women's Institutes young workers