Housing Based On Municipality Agreement
A new plan (Plan estatal español de vivienda y rehabilitación para el período 2009-2012) was presented by the Rodríguez Zapatero government, which aims to provide nearly one million housing units for public housing, depending on both the construction of new houses and the renovation of unused houses. “We are delighted that Princeton has come to the table and reached an agreement with supporters of housing and citizens` rights, which provides new opportunities for families and people with disabilities working in Central Jersey to live close to good schools and good jobs,” said Kevin Walsh, Executive Director of the Fair Share Housing Center, in a statement. “While negotiations have been long and at times difficult, this agreement will lead to a stronger, more inclusive Princeton.” According to a 2018 European Commission discussion paper, 11.3% of the EU population lived in 2015 in households that spent 40% or more of their disposable income on housing.  In January 2019, former European Commission President Romano Prodi said that “public investment in social infrastructure reached a 20-year low during the euro crisis. Current investments in social infrastructure in the EU are estimated at €170 billion per year. The minimum infrastructure investment gap in these sectors is estimated to be between €100 billion and €150 billion, for a total gap of at least €1.5 trillion between 2018 and 2030.  It is clear that international cooperation and joint efforts are needed to strengthen the social aspect of housing, contrary to the understanding of market goods. The City of London Corporation built rental houses in 1865 on Farringdon Road.  The world`s first major residential project was built in London to replace one of the capital`s most famous slums, old Nichol.  Nearly 6,000 people were crammed into crowded streets, where one in four children died before their first birthday.
Arthur Morrison wrote the influential A Child of the Jago, a report about a child`s life in the slum, which caused a public outcry. Construction of the Boundary Estate began in 1890 by the Metropolitan Board of Works and was completed in 1900 by the new London County Council.  The concept of low-cost rental housing can be attributed to a 1998 policy statement, which was only actually created in 2006 due to limited funding and management issues. . . .