Housing Economics and Public Policy

Housing Economics and Public Policy

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But as the height of construction rises so the level of building costs increases. ... ground level, the need for the installation of lifts and rubbish disposal systems, more intricate and lengthy plumbing and heating arrangements, etc. ... in the diagram: at first it declines but then it rises until it eventually moves above the schedule for single-storey dwellings. ... expensive before there is any saving in building even three-storey flats instead of two-storey housesa€ still remains true for most sites.

Title:Housing Economics and Public Policy
Author: Ray Robinson
Publisher:Springer - 1979-04-25

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