Listed Local Authority Housing Stock Research Paper by Neatwriter

Listed Local Authority Housing Stock
A thorough review about whether the listed status hinder the facilities manager/building surveyor and the residents that live within the property when it comes to building works carried out on their property.
# 60867 | 14,251 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2005 | US
Published on Sep 15, 2005 in Engineering (Construction) , Economics (General)

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This paper determines whether the listed building status within local authority housing assists surveyors and the residents, or whether it in fact hinders them. There are, quite likely, good and valid arguments for either side of this issue. These are addressed, and the feelings and beliefs of those affected by the listed building status of their homes and businesses is very important. It is also possible that the listed building status both helps and hinders in several ways. If this is the case, it is important to discuss this and show in what ways these individuals are helped and in what ways they are hindered, so that an overall designation and determination of help or hindrance can be found.
Chapter One
Statement of the Problem
Purpose of the Study
Objectives of the Study
Importance of the Study
Scope of the Study
Rationale for the Study
Overview of the Study
Chapter Two
Review of Related Literature
Chapter Three
Research Design and Approach
Population and Sample
Collection and Tabulation of Data
Data Analysis Procedure
Limitations of the Study
Chapter Four
Analysis of the Data
Chapter Five
Summary, Conclusions, and Recommendations

From the Paper:

"Also necessary to consider is that what might be seen as helpful to one person might be seen as a hindrance to someone else, and this is also an area that has purpose and should be considered. Even if it appears that listed building status helps the Facilities Manager/Building Surveyor and the residents, there are likely some among that group of individuals that will see it as a hindrance. The point is that not everyone will agree on the same thing and there may be other issues that affect only some of the individuals that are involved with listed buildings. Because of this, a determination of whether listed building status is a help or a hindrance for those involved with it can only be made in a general way, and cannot be made as something that should be considered as specific to every person that may be involved with this status in various ways."

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