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Old May 3rd, 2015, 12:50 AM   #141
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Yau Tong third type resettlement buildings to 1995

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Lo Fu Ngam Resettlement Estate



Resettlement blocks of the second type, the figure was a day, 7-storey design fonts, there are two wings, is the most common style, featuring a covered roof central space, the roof to make more use of primary schools. The picture shows the 21 Lok Fu Estate Block, is a style of the early 1980s after renovation and retrofitting has a separate toilet, and this building was 90 years in the demolition.

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Shek Kip Mei Resettlement Estate



7-Storey Resettlemet Block Mark I - Shek Kip Mei Estate



Resettlement blocks of the first type, the earliest of Figure 6 storey design, showing H-type, known Mei Ho House is one of the earliest type of building. The picture shows the Shek Kip Mei 39, is rebuilding after style, and has a separate toilet plus built.



Resettlement blocks of the first type, the figure of 7-storey design among the most common, the roof has a covered space at both ends, the roof to make more use of primary schools, buildings were H type. The picture shows the 17 and Shek Kip Mei Estate 18, is a style of the early 1980s after renovation and retrofitting has a separate toilet.



A friend mentioned before the red brick wall of the first type of building underground unit before finally 搵到 canal both with La ~



A rare style, Shek Kip Mei 14 is a second generation of resettlement buildings, a font design.



Shek Kip Mei 17 and 18 to 2005



Corridor building a type of resettlement to 2003



Last BANNER, Shek Kip Mei Estate 18 @ 2007



Shek Kip Mei Estate section 25, a type of resettlement buildings to 2004



Resettlement corner of the old, Shek Kip Mei @ 2004



Shek Kip Mei corridor to 2004



Shek Kip Mei Estate resettlement blocks a type of roof life to 2005



Pokka ~ resettlement buildings under 2005



[Shek Kip Mei Estate Quartet] on the same piece of land, the demolition and reconstruction of experience, the classic seven-story building evolved into a new public housing units to 40 layers 2006-2012



[Array] 1950s built the first type of resettlement buildings, neatly arranged in Shek Kip Mei to 2005



[Oldest public housing] first type resettlement buildings in the case of the early resettlement area of standard building design, as early as early 1954, it is now early as six-storey, late elementary school instead of seven and set the roof. Photo fifties built in Shek Kip Mei Estate resettlement blocks first type, a standard 5-man unit is only 120 square feet, and living, all in this small space.



[90s] next few different styles of green postal red vehicle parked first type resettlement blocks in Shek Kip Mei Estate

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Resettlement buildings belong to the type of equipment and facilities building year minimum specifications, the main victims of natural disasters to place low-income earners and squatter areas were demolished by 1954-1974, a total of six types of resettlement blocks appear. Early the first three model building and no separate toilet, said the first printing of general and II buildings as "seven buildings", while more than a third type building known as the "eight." to the fourth, fifth and six types round to high-altitude development with lift and separate toilet, since the standard model for the 16-storey, thus known as the "sixth floor.." today, the vast majority of resettlement buildings have been redeveloped, with the exception of Shek Lei Estate section 10 and 11 seats for the interim housing purposes.
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Turn to green - Hing Wah II Estate (2003)
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The transformation of city landscape - New blocks of Upper Ngau Tau Kok Estate PH. 2 & 3 and former Lower Ngau Tau Kok Estate Block 13



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What I never understood about these kind of slums in Brazil, and other countries, is is how did they come into being in the first place? Why were they allowed to be built? America is full of poor people but there are no slums because no one can build a slum. You can't just go to a plot of land and start building yourself a shack. You immediately get arrested for trespassing, whether it is private of government land. So why did the government and property owners allow these slums to develop in the first place?

So I still don't understand how these slums work. Do the people that simply started building on the land, now own the land? And if the government builds these new buildings, do the people have to buy them from the gov, or are they given an apartment at no cost, other than paying rent?

Slums never made sense to me. How did they come into existence and why were they allowed?
You might consider, poor people in Homeless conditions, is much larger in the USA that in Latinamerican countries, basically because of that difference on laws. Brasil and Mexico have Slum renewal programmes, Argentina, Colombia, Perú do allow them to consolidate and then intenvent to help slums to improve living conditions.

Valparaiso in Chile it's a prove, that change could happend, old "traditional hill side slums" with precarious conditions, are being renewed by private investment, based on the rise of land pricing and as well the evolution of social conditions in the country. And nowadays, Chile has a very well developed standar on land usage and management as in public housing, including renewal, and creation.

A very important fact to allow Slums to improve and then be renewed by private investment is to warrant security conditions and pacificate the areas, by increasing police presence and lowing crime indexes. Valparaiso might have slums in hills but is saffer that many middle class neighbourghs in other Latinamerican countries.

Crime is the main disinvestment reason in Latinamerica.
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No new examples of slum to public housing around the world?
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A former slum in Rome, now a residential area:

http://rerumromanarum.blogspot.it/20...ornaciari.html

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