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council housing

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council housing

The ‘Right’ to Council Housing?

The London County Council and the Housing Problem

CARROLL, Mark Steven (born 1962), Director of Housing Strategy, Essex County Council, since 2014

Private Lives, Social Housing: Female Coming-of-Age Stories on the British Council Estate

MILLS, John Edmund (died 1951), late Secretary Shop Stewards’ Committee, Woolwich Arsenal; Joint Secretary, Woolwich Towns Committee for Alternative work; Alderman of Woolwich Borough Council; President National Housing Council, 1921

MOHAMED, Abdool Razack (1906 - 1978), Member, Legislative Council, Mauritius, since 1953; Minister of Housing, Lands and Town and Country Planning, since 1959

RUSSO, Peter (George) (born 1899), JP; Barrister-at-Law; Minister of Housing and Economic Development, Gibraltar Council, 1964–68

LONG, Ian Andrew (1952 - 2008), Director, Housing and City Support Services, Brighton and Hove City Council, 2003–07

Slum Clearance, Privatization and Residualization: the Practices and Politics of Council Housing in Mid-twentieth-century England

ALLAN, Charles Edward (1861 - 1929), Barrister-at-law, Inner Temple, Director London Labourers’ Dwellings Society; late Hon. Secretary Mansion House Council on Health and Housing

MIDDLETON, (David) Miles (born 1938), Chairman: Isos Housing Group, 2005–11; Tees Valley Learning and Skills Council, 2000–04; Partner, Middleton Associates, since 1993

MADDOCK, Simon (1869 - 1927), JP, DL; Chairman Urban Council of Rathmines; Member County of Dublin County Council; Member of Council, Royal Dublin Society; Council Dublin Chamber of Commerce; Director Johnston, Mooney & O’Brien, Limited; James H. Webb & Co. Limited; Housing of the Very Poor Association, Ltd; Governor Meath Hospital, National Children’s Hospital and Westmoreland Government Hospital

WEAVER, Lawrence (1876 - 1930), Director, London Press Exchange; Hon. Treasurer, Housing Association for Officers’ Families; a Trustee of Chequers; a Trustee, Douglas Haig Memorial Homes; Founder of National Institute of Agricultural Botany, and Chairman of Council, 1919–24

 

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The Housing of the Working Classes Act (1890) authorized the building of ‘council houses’. The new powers were taken up mainly by urban authorities in order to clear slums and ...

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