“no better than back to back terraces”
One of my bugbears as a layman taking an interest in housing is the number of modern conversions that take a former office building, usually rectangular, and convert it into flats in the cheapest possible way . . . Read on
Estates under threat
Among Tory boroughs across London, there seems now to be a disease spreading ever wider that the land on which council tenants live is available for development . . .
Not all developers take the trouble to ensure that a dwelling has light and air from more than one direction. During the C19th and as late as 1937 in Leeds, back to back houses were still being built
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