This thesis examines the manner in which a policy objective is qualified in execution by the requirements of interministerial collaboration in Cabinet, and the pressures of individual departmental interest. Housing policy in England and Wales from 1945 to 1951 serves as the central focus of the study.
Wherever possible, the events surrounding the policy are presented and considered in chronological order. In the first section, the allo ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Author||Chenier, John A. (John Arthur);|
|Subject||20th century Great Britain 1945-1964 History Housing policy Politics and government|
This thesis is concerned with the housing and service needs of the poor (slum dwellers) in Bombay and how they are articulated and satisfied. It discusses how the poor perceive the constraints on slum servicing and improvement, their involvement in community organizations, and the role the community and its leaders play in influencing state action. Since housing and servicing issues directly impinge on the interests of politicians and bureauc ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Subject||India Bombay Bombay (India) Community development, Urban Housing policy Low-income housing Slums Urban poor Social conditions|
This research analyses an area of public housing construction .policy in Britain, the building of high riee flats (defined as those in blocks of five or more storeys).
The national political process on the issue involved central government subsidy policy (which encouraged local authorities to build high until 1967), and the influence of the design professions, the construction industry and the national local government system on trends i ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Subject||Great Britain High-rise apartment buildings Housing policy History Public housing|