council flat


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council flat

n (Brit) → casa popolare
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MALCOLM, a Falklands War veteran, lives in Surrey in a one-bedroom council flat with his disabled wife Charlotte.
Contract award: open tender for the supply and installation of equipment for the cpp chojnice council flat.
With central London property prices at a premium and with demand for properties far outstripping supply, we weren't surprised that this former council flat reached this impressive price.
The 61-year-old NHS employee bought her council flat in Southwark, South London, in 1997, but refused to fork out PS40,000 for works undertaken by the council because she felt they were shoddy.
FIREBRAND ex-miners' leader Arthur Scargill tried to buy his council flat using Margaret Thatcher's flagship rightto-buy scheme, it was claimed yesterday.
People joining the queue are advised they could be on the waiting list for five or six years unless their need is deemed urgent - for example, if the council flat you currently live in is being demolished, which is the case for Thomas and his grand-daughters.
London, Sept 10 (ANI): A former Eastern European spy chief wanted for torture and kidnapping has been reportedly living in a council flat on benefits in Britain for 15 years.
Fire safety officer Mick Norton, who found the haul at the one-bedroom council flat in June last year, says Ryan had collected more than 100 fireworks.
It's run by a bloke in a council flat in Port Talbot, in one of his two bedrooms.
Sixteen and 17-year-olds will not get keys to a council flat but be placed in a communal home with guidance available, helping them to raise their children?
Mr Dewison, who has lived in his council flat for 12 years, believes the service is not actually needed at all.
A DRUNKEN tenant who terrorised neighbours with wild parties has been banned from having visitors to his council flat.

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