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As part of the slum clearance programme in Grand Casablanca, the project aims at constructing 899 plots to rehouse 1,798 families, 151 mixed social plots and 12 others to accommodate nearby public facilities and economic activities.
Only then will the Black population cease to be disposable, and only then will genuine slum clearance lead to the creation of meaningful eco-zones for people who have good jobs and good social services.
Thirdly, slum clearance touched on the political third rail of property rights: American courts were much more solicitous of slumlords' interests than those elsewhere in the world.
Eleanor Roosevelt saw the original production three times and Kingsley's play helped bring about a federal study of slum clearance programs during Roosevelt's administration.
Under an established series of precedents spanning half a century, the Court recited a variety of situations in which takings have been held to constitute valid public purposes which meet the constitutional "public use" requirement, such as slum clearance and reduction in concentration of land ownership.
In his most substantive chapters, Page compellingly probes conflicts arising from the precedent-setting zoning of Fifth Avenue, slum clearance, historic preservation (with special attention to City Hall), and tree conservation and removal.
The pens used by Franklin Roosevelt to enact the Social Security Bill, the Act for Slum Clearance, the Crime Bill and the Security and Exchange Commission Act.
Mottaithoppu Slum Clearance Board Housing Area through Thirumudi Sethuraman Nagar.
The council also increased the scale of council house building and of slum clearance.
He also overcame protests from landlords to launch a slum clearance programme across the city.
But for some there is now prospect of relief, due to the slum clearance and the building of new homes.
Glasgow's slum clearance programme hit attendances and after sharing with Partick Thistle and Hamilton, Clyde moved to Cumbernauld, on the outskirts of Glasgow, in 1994.