slum clearance


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slum clearance

n (also slum clearance programme) → (programma m di) risanamento edilizio
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Raids were conducted at the residences of Umar Farooq in GM Nagar, Shanofar Ali at Vincent Road, Shamesa Mubin at Slum Clearance Board Apartment, Vincent Road, Mohammad Yasir at Bilal Estate and Saddam Hussain at Palli Street, GM Nagar.
The slum clearance removed 53 acres around Chorlton-on-Medlock from the landscape, including Honduras Street, where photographer Shirley Baker snapped children playing in the Sixties.
First of all, the QMC should spend all its funds on slum clearance first and extend better drainage facilities to all areas without any discrimination.The QMC and its officials should be discouraged or barred from launching any commercial projects for their personal benefits.
Writer and ECHO columnist Ken Rogers and producer Mike Howl are aiming to capture the folklore of the 1960s slum clearance era that all but wiped out the tightly-packed terraced houses of Everton and its famous neighbour, Scotland Road.
Most were razed to the ground as part of slum clearance and redevelopment schemes.
The estate began as an ambitious slum clearance project in 1969 and was completed in 1982.
Selected to fight the Newcastle East seat in 1959, he won by 98 votes, aided by a swing to the Conservatives and a slum clearance which moved out thousands of Labour voters.
He compares and contrasts circumstances in the past, e.g., the Group Plan of 1903, slum clearance plan of the 1930s, and migration from Appalachia in the 1940s, to today's debates over public housing, shelters, and social services.
Summary: HM King Mohammed VI enquired on Thursday in the municipality of Lahraouiyine in Casablanca, about the slum clearance programme in the Grand Casablanca region, to be completed for a total cost of almost 4.85 billion dirhams.
Summary: Lahraouiyine (Casablanca) - HM King Mohammed VI enquired on Thursday in the municipality of Lahraouiyine in Casablanca, about the slum clearance programme in the Grand Casablanca region, to be completed for a total cost of almost 4.85 billion dirhams.