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Transitional Typehouse

Transitional Typehouse
Transitional Typehouse
A hybrid of old and new, much of the construction is not built to last but as a temporary arrangement until the funds for the purchase of higher status materials can be obtained. Whilst in an optimistic mood inhabitants perceive this process as ongoing and progressive: a house on the move to better things. Reinforced concrete verandah attached to 'transitional' type house. 'Transitional' type house gable left standing after roof has been blown off. But typhoon damage makes this process (b) A contract has been let for a transitionaltype house. FLIES AND MOSQUITOES Eradication in Metropolitan Area 2. The Hon. R. H. C. STUBBS asked the Minister for Local Government: (1) Does the Health Department contemplate any measures

to.eradicate flies and mosquitoes in the metropolitan area this summer? (2) If so, what is proposed to be done? The Hon. L. A. LOGAN replied: (1) and (2) The metropolitan fly campaign, which has been conducted for the past four years, Minister for Native Welfare who gives the following answers: — (a) No. (b) A contract has been let for a transitional type house. 5.—Health—Eradication of Flies and Mosquitoes. Hon. R. H. C. Stubbs, pursuant to notice, asked the Minister for Local Government, (1) Does the Health Department contemplate any measures to eradicate flies and mosquitoes in the Metropolitan Area this summer? (2) If so, what is proposed to be done? The Minister for Local Government replied, (1) and (2).A client was

considered.'homeless' if their housing situation was any of the following: Dwelling type: caravan, tent, cabin, boat, improvised building/dwelling, no dwelling/ street/park/in the open, motor vehicle, boarding/rooming house, emergency accommodation, or hotel/motel/bed and breakfast, or Tenure type: Renting or living rentfree in transitional housing, caravan park, boarding/rooming house, emergency accommodation/night shelter/women's refuge/ youth shelter, or no tenure  a newly built bungalow (no. 2) which is still under construction, a wooden shack (3 4) and a low adat house (5 7), recently attached to the back of the old house. The land and the houses (except for the wooden shack) are owned by an older woman who occupies

the.old house with her children and her husband HH1). Her eldest daughter's husband (HH2) has meanwhile constructed a small modern bungalowtype house, but so far both nuclear families still form one household.I was living in Dar es Salaam, but had a Swahili type house in Dovya, sharing it with a family, the wife of which was Zaramo. For part of the year, especially during the seasons for rituals, ngoma, I spent longer periods of time in the village so that I could follow life and the ritual occasions throughout the night. Observation I consider observation the most important part of the fieldwork. I have observed all phases of the rituals described in this study. I attended each ritual several times to  grouped around settlements

on.reserves and missions, and as a result they have lost some of their mobility. In this situation I believe that the traditional type of dwelling made of spinifex in itself creates a health hazard. Many of the people have not liked to move into the normal European type house, so there is a great need for a transitional type of house that allows these people to maintain their traditional ways but also provides accommodation that greatly reduces any health hazard 9, 9A, 9B, 9C, 12, 14, exempt 15, 19 and 20A of the principal Ordinance, and from the provisions villagetype nouses etc of the regulations made under that Ordinance, building works for the fr°m certain erection, alteration or demolition of, or otherwise in connexion with,

sections.of a villagetype house or a permitted building situated or to be situated ordinance, in the New Territories. (2) (a) Where an application for exemption is made under the provisions of subsection (1) in respect of 5. 13 1 4 1 15. The tribal traditions of the past are important, but the Indians in the United States apparently are accepting the modern, suburban type house. An exception, perhaps, is the housing for the Pueblo tribes, who, if some accommodation were made to tradition, would _ accept apartments. f 16 Many Indian failies are in Askham Grange and East Sutton Park are stately homes and Drake Hall (now a closed prison) was originally a hostel for munitions workers in World War II. In fairness to Drake Hall, a

major.rebuild in the mid1990s did attempt to provide villagetype house blocks with green spaces and pathways. women would reside (possibly with their children) making use of community facilities and resources to provide their daily regime (Nacro 1991). Examples of such 'transitional' arrangements 

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