Message - Re: The Ethics of Architecture

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Posted by  Peter on November 26, 2002 at 16:15:29:

In Reply to:  Re: The Ethics of Architecture posted by Richard Haut on November 26, 2002 at 11:12:20:

It is not just the criminals. The city, and the landlords make sure that these areas stay undesirable and foster loss of hope and investment. Another issue is concentration of low rent housing. People have no money to maintain or improve their surroundings..or the leisure time, if they wanted to. Where housing is being introduced, mixing ownership houses (even low cost, sweat equity houses) with rental housing raises the expectations of everyone, including store owners and other investors.

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