HOUSING IN DVDRANH
HOUSING, in its broadest sense, refers to the arrangement and allotted use of private dwellings or residential buildings collectively, for the primary purpose of housing human beings within a defined area. This can also refer to any arrangement made for the same purpose, whether planned or unplanned. It is usually characterized by confinement within a defined area. This means that all sides of the building are open to the public but restricts the access of outsiders. It can also mean the arrangement of residences intended for single persons such as hotels, dormitories, hostels and military establishments.
The basic concept of HOUSING originated in medieval times when it was used for the regulation of the cities in Europe during the dark ages. Constant wars and battles displaced large numbers of people from their homes and made them live in tents and small huts in the open air. In order to save up the lives of these homeless people, landlords and wealthy families offered them housing projects and provided them with plots in the outskirts of the towns. The regulations allowed the tenants of the housing projects to have a certain amount of freedom to access the interior of their compounds but not on the exterior portion of the buildings. They were also allowed to carry out some minor repairs on the housing projects and had to pay for these without complaint from the owners.
The urbanization of Europe during the later part of the nineteenth century changed HOUSING in the drastic manner it has today. Many countries such as Ireland, the United Kingdom and Australia experienced dramatic increases in their population. As these countries became more crowded, the supply of permanent dwellings decreased significantly. As a result, a whole new set of criteria for housing was introduced. These criteria required that the occupants of the urban apartments built should be healthy and reasonably happy with their lot in life. This meant that families who chose to live in apartments rather than houses would generally be younger and healthier than those who settled into suburban homes.
HOUSING in metropolitan cities was made more affordable by the introduction of social housing and mass public works. These programs helped to construct affordable housing in the outer reaches of the suburbs and gave more opportunity to the lower and middle class to live in nice compounds, contributing to the overall level of health in these areas. This allowed more families to afford housing projects. In some parts of the United States, the urbanization of the post-industrial revolution period has been particularly traumatic, leading to the emergence of inner cities in the form of ghettos and slums.
Danchi is a term used to describe the rural periphery of the city of Dushanh, in the northern part of Vietnam. This area was reserved as a farming reserve until the twentieth century, when it was incorporated into the urban life of the country. Danchi is home to many families who live in tumbledown houses and share small plots of land between them. The main article of furniture in this rural region of Vietnam is the ceramic tile of khayyun, which is made from clay and eaten during special occasions. A simple ranch house is a simple building made of wood or bamboo poles covered with tiles, earth, grass, and bark. The tiles used in the construction of danchi are flat and evenly cut.
The tenanted apartments and huts can be rented by Vietnamese people living abroad through the private housing project called Panelh Zia, also known as Vietnamese Renter’s Abode. This is one of the most popular housing projects in Vietnam. It is run by the local authorities and has over a hundred apartments that are classified according to the size of the family living in them. Each apartment has its own front and rear walls, and there is a communal kitchen and dining area. The prices of the apartments are fixed according to a set scale, the rent being determined by the monthly income of the landlord.