underoccupied

underoccupied

(ˌʌndərˈɒkjʊˌpaɪd)
adj
1. not having enough to do or to engage one's attention
2. (of a house) having fewer occupants than intended
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The first floor offices at Grade II listed Princes Buildings, which includes a number of retailers on the ground floor, are currently underoccupied, with many units having been vacant for a long period of time.
Within a few days I was told the housing association home we shared was underoccupied and I'd have to move.
Last year in Wales, research showed a huge mismatch between the number of families and individuals living in social housing considered underoccupied - said to be 28,000 - and the 400 one-bedroom homes available for them to move to.
The woman, who has multiple sclerosis, had her benefits cut after her specially adapted two-bedroom home was deemed to be underoccupied.
RossOverThere huddersfield examiner Most discussed stories on Facebook Town centre tower blocks to be pulled down by 2015 - but Kirklees face paying each resident almost PS5,000 to move In an age of the bedroom tax for underoccupied properties I cannot believe that the council would knock down several hundred much needed single flats for the benefit of the richest retail corporation on the continent.
Not surprisingly, most of the underoccupied properties were three-bedroom houses, 47.
A A property is considered underoccupied if it has more bedrooms than the household needs according to the size criteria.
HUNDREDS of social homes across Cardiff are overcrowded and underoccupied because the council has no strategy to tackle the issue, a report has revealed.
com HOW TENANTS IN EACH CITY WARD STAND TO BE AFFECTED SOME parts of Liverpool stand to suffer more than others through bedroom tax because they have higher rates of underoccupied housing.
But her belief that women could overcome any adversity convinced her that public service was a perfect fit for typically underoccupied girls and women.
In the summer of 1991,] a Texan my age named Richard Linklater released the movie 'Slacker,' which was filled with overeducated and underoccupied oddballs who loosely paralleled the characters in my book.
indignation" at Grant's report of being underoccupied.