The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 2 (1924) > Issues > Issue 11 > Housing in the Netherlands
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Housing in the Netherlands

A RAPID yet detailed survey of the housing problem in the Netherlands indicates that, whereas in the British Isles house building during the period of the Great War was suspended, almost entirely; in Holland throughout the war the production of houses was maintained at a fairly high level. Indeed the provision of dwellings for the people from 1915 onwards was maintained at a sufficiently high level to relieve very considerably the housing shortage in that country. Sir Charles T. Ruthen

Author(s): Ruthen, Sir Charles T

Keywords: housing;netherlands;costs