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illegal housing sector in Portugal - Bairros clandestinos

Abilio S. Cardoso

illegal housing sector in Portugal - Bairros clandestinos

by Abilio S. Cardoso

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Published by University of Reading Department of Geography in Reading .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes references.

StatementAbilio S. Cardoso.
SeriesGeographical papers -- 78
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 41 p.
Number of Pages41
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19543319M

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Get this from a library. The illegal housing sector in Portugal: Bairros Clandestinos. [Abilio S Cardoso]. The illegal housing sector in Portugal 'Bairros Clandestinos' By A. Cardoso and Reading Univ. (UK). The illegal housing sector in Portugal: Bairros Clandestinos Abilio S.

Cardoso (Geographical papers, no. 79 [i.e. 78]) Dept. of Geography, University of Reading, The illegal housing sector in Portugal: Bairros Clandestinos.

Jan ; A S Cardoso; Cardoso, A. () The illegal housing sector in Portugal: Bairros Clandestinos, Reading, England: Dept. The illegal housing sector in Portugal “Bairros Clandestinos” August paper no.

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NHC Alfragide, Amadora History At the end of the 19th century, the housing situation in Portugal constituted a health and social problem due to the rapid urban expansion and widespread poor living conditions. During that period, co-operatives started to be recognised and the Commercial Code adopted in included a provision for co-operatives.

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