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public housing

Housing owned and operated by the government, usually for rental to lowincome families. Contrast with low-income housing, which is privately owned but government supported through a variety of incentives.

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Another grouping reflects communities with housing challenges related to underserved populations, Municipal housing officials who identified availability of transitional housing, that is, housing for abuse victims and ex-offenders, also assessed homelessness, availability of subsidized rental stock, and links between housing and essential supportive services as problems
Sgt Roger Waters inspects a Birmingham Municipal Housing Trust home in Rubery - ex-services personnel will be able to apply for a loan deposit on a house like this
Cabinet member for development Tahir Ali said: "The Birmingham Municipal Housing Trust is doing some amazing work, just as the report says - we are keeping Birmingham building at a time when demand for houses is outstripping supply.
Caption: MacQuesten Development LLC, New York State Homes and Community Renewal, and the New Rochelle Municipal Housing Authority celebrated the groundbreaking of Phase II of Heritage Homes in New Rochelle last week.
The council works with a number of construction partners in the Birmingham Municipal Housing Trust (BMHT), building affordable homes for sale and rent including some brand new homes for council tenants.
He claimed that the laws should be followed and that compensations and accommodation in municipal housing will happen in compliance with the respective rules.
The proceeds of this issue will be used to purchase a loan from ABN-AMRO to Svenska Bostdder (the borrower), a Swedish municipal housing company.
The collateral that backs the notes consists of three mortgage loans originated by Forvaltnings AB Framtiden (Framtiden), a municipal housing company wholly owned by the City of Gothenburg (AA/Stable/A-1+), Sweden.
The 14 new bungalows in Sutton Coldfield, completed last year by the Birmingham Municipal Housing Trust (BMHT), allowed elderly people to move into more suitable homes and free up larger properties for families.
The project cost totaled $7,900,000 and was financed through the New Jersey Municipal Housing Agency's conduit tax-exempt bonds arranged by PNC Real Estate.
The Birmingham Municipal Housing Trust scheme which has seen more than 300 homes built and a further 700 under construction since its launch two years ago received the top honour at the Regeneration and Renewal Awards.

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