The Housing, Town Planning, &c. Act 1909 (c. 44) was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom which prevented the building of "back-to-back" houses. The act also meant local authorities must introduce systems of town planning and meant homes had to be built to certain legal standards.
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- Liberal reforms
- National Housing Council
- New towns movement
- Town and country planning in the United Kingdom
- Full text
- Handbook to the Housing and Town Planning Act, 1909 by W. Thompson.
- Housing, town planning, etc., act, 1909, a practical + guide, by E.G. Bentley, LL.B., and S. Pointon Taylorwith a foreword by Raymond Unwin, 1911.
- Housing and Town Planning in Great Britain, including the Housing, Town Planning Act, by http://codesproject.asu.edu/node/90, 191o
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