6 edition of The Tenement Handbook found in the catalog.
The Tenement Handbook
December 1993 by Hyperion Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
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About the Tenement Handbook. UPDATE: Under One Roof updates tenement management and maintenance covered in the print Tenement Handbook and for modern flats. The Tenement Handbook is an essential guide to all those who live in traditional Scottish tenements, as well as owners and tenants who live in jointly owned property whether old or new, purpose built or conversion.
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Although there have been several books about tenement life, including the recent 97 Orchard Street [BKL F 15 ], in this one, the writing is particularly clear and sharp. Calling upon and quoting the writing of reformer Jacob Riis (and featuring /5(3). The tenement has its being, its almost independent being, in a small Scottish town.
Built of grey granite, more than a century ago, it stands four-square in space and time, the one fixed point in the febrile lives of the transient human beings whom it shelters.
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Tenements have a long history in Scotland. The tenement or “land” was known in medieval times, especially in Edinburgh. As usual, the law came later. The “law of the tenement” - in the sense of a special and self-contained set of rules governing the ownership and maintenance of tenement buildings - dates only from the seventeenth.
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New York pioneered tenement housing laws that provided minimum standards for new buildings. Along with model tenements, settlement houses, public health programs, and even slum clearance, these reforms slowly — very slowly Brand: Urban Land Institute. The Routledge Handbook on Informal Urbanization investigates the mutual relationship between the struggle for political inclusion and processes of informal urbanization in different socio-political and cultural settings.
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GENESIS OF THE TENEMENT There were three hundred underground lodging-houses in the city when the Health Department was organized. Some fifty years before the old Baptist Church in Mulberry Street had been sold, and the tenements that with their swarming population became the.
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John is co-author of The Tenement Handbook – the definitive guide to the management and repair of Scottish tenements. Following on from the handbook, John and co-author Annie Flint have created a website Under One Roof to provide advice on managing co-owned properties.
This book is a practical handbook on tenement reform in America. Written and researched by the New York City Tenement Department Commissioner, the handbook provides recommendations for improving conditions in tenement housing, as well as practices to avoid.
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These are common in the medieval Old Town, Edinburgh, tenements were developed with each apartment treated as a separate house, built on top of each other (such as Gladstone's Land).Over hundreds of years, custom grew to become.