Looking at the projects which feature in our two social housing issues, it is evident that it is becoming increasingly difficult to tell the difference between projects by housing associations and those by private developers. Social housing has moved away from the age of heroic megastructures, or the provision of endless identical and determinedly ordinary houses, and has started to provide the visual richness and the degree of choice which home owners have long since come to expect. ...
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