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1. Housing Policy

1.1. Goal

1.1.1. helping first time buyers

1.2. Goal

1.2.1. extend ownership and protect the rights of social tenants

1.3. Goal

1.3.1. promoting local growth

1.4. Goal

1.4.1. creating Local Housing Trusts to build local homes for local people in order to protect the character of their neighbourhoods and villages

2. The various types of home in United Kingdom

2.1. Various types of home in UK

2.1.1. Bungalow

2.1.1.1. a low house having only one storey or, in some cases, upper rooms set in the roof, typically with dormer windows.

2.1.2. Cottage

2.1.2.1. a small house, usually in the countryside:

2.1.3. Detached

2.1.3.1. A detached house is a single standing property that doesn’t share any walls with any other structure. Due to the isolation of the property, they’re usually more “private” and generally more expensive than any other type of house.

2.1.4. End of terrace

2.1.4.1. An end of terrace house is a house situated at the end of a terrace (the definition of a “terrace” house is below). Like a semi-detached house, only one side of the house shares a common wall, while the other is detached.

2.1.5. Flat

2.1.5.1. A flat is a living area that is self-contained with in only part of a building. Usually, a flat is situated in a building that is split up into multiple living areas for different residents.

2.1.6. Semi-detached

2.1.6.1. A semi-detached house is a pair of houses joined together by a common wall. One side of each house shares a common wall, while the other is detached.

2.1.7. Terrace

2.1.7.1. A terrace house is a house that is situated in a long row of houses. They all usually look the same pretty much identical structurally. Both sides of each house in the row share common walls with a neighbouring house, with the exception with the houses at each end of the terrace.

3. Homelessness

3.1. The rise of homelessness

3.2. Policy in order to reduce the number of homeless people

3.2.1. Emergency housing for homeless inhabitants

3.2.2. Websites in order to help homeless people

3.2.2.1. Homeless London

3.2.2.2. Governments' helping policy

3.2.3. Tackling homelessness

3.3. Council houses

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