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dwelling

A place of habitation.

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Newly constructed vacant dwellings grew by 288% in the same period, from 5,246 in 1991-2000 to 20,364 in 2001-2010.
Meanwhile, a group of Four Dwellings High School students made it to the national final of the Real Business Challenge - a competition sponsored by Coca Cola that promotes and encourages enterprise in young people.
According to Eurostat, overcrowding depends upon the relation between the number of persons in a household and the number of rooms in each dwelling.
Some 88% of housing association homes had no category 1 hazards compared to 60% of private rented dwellings.
Under this policy, all metropolitan councils were required to have their provisions regarding planning permits for 3+ dwellings or dual occupancy in any urban zone or reserved land.
One study suggests that some 35 per cent of new dwellings in Melbourne take the form of infill.
The private sector accounted for 1,781 of new dwellings started, some 98%of all activity.
The dwellings there were affordable only for a small group of purchasers.
Brooklyn Heights one- and two-family dwellings had the highest average sales price in 2005 of $2,722,000 and an average price per square foot of $853.
And being Japanese, these dwellings are of relatively limited size, though we should note that Western ideas about what constitute acceptable space standards for dwellings appear to be shrinking, while the price paid for housing land increases.
Statistics Norway, the Norwegian state statistics agency, said on Thursday (14 July) that a total of 2,529 new dwellings were started in May 2005, up 15.
In China, currently over 40 million residents live in cave dwellings which distribute over areas of around 630,000 [km.