rise blocks of flats

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  • Since the 1980s, several low-rise blocks of flats have been built.
  • Likewise, some of the ancient buildings were replaced by modern, high-rise blocks of flats.
  • The estate consists of four high-rise blocks of flats.
  • The estate consists of ten high-rise blocks of flats.
  • The town is largely urban in character, with many high-rise blocks of flats near the seafront and elsewhere.
  • In modern times they are to be found even in large cities and high-rise blocks of flats, depending on the hermit's means.
  • This resulted in extensive demolition work during the 1960s that saw the old homes replaced with new council-owned properties including several high-rise blocks of flats.
  • Minoprio planned a wide variety of housing types, from high-density low-rise blocks of flats near the town centre to large detached houses.
  • The estate consists of seven high-rise blocks of flats, with 4273 flats.
  • With streets of modest terraced housing, but also characterised by four high rise blocks of flats.
  • Plans are currently under way to carry out the largest renovation of older parts of the area since the demolition of many high-rise blocks of flats in the early 1990s.
  • The 1950s and 1960s saw extensive re-development of the city, with old and overcrowded housing cleared to make way for high-rise blocks of flats.
  • Stafford possessed two high-rise blocks of flats in the Highfields estate of Stafford up until the late 1990s.
  • In the 1970s with the working-class population expanding, housing estates of high-rise blocks of flats were built in the centre as well as on the outskirts of the town.
  • Government-built high-rise blocks of flats clustered in the population centres, of which the Toa Payoh district was typical.
  • The previous year, six of seven fifteen-storey high-rise blocks of flats, built in 1966 as part of the Whinmoor estate, were demolished.
  • The area is mainly a council housing estate with approximately 1000 homes, made up of semi-detached houses, with some detached sand terraced houses and some high rise blocks of flats.
  • Many low-rise blocks of flats were built in Southgate West in the 1970s -- in particular the extensive Caburn Heights development of three-storey blocks.
  • Three high-rise blocks of flats, in part over the disused railway and station, were erected between Helenvale Street and Springfield Road in 1967-69.
  • In 2009, two of Netherfields' three high-rise blocks of flats were demolished, after a lengthy consultation with Netherfields' residents.
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