LTHS

(redirected from Long-Term Housing Strategy)
AcronymDefinition
LTHSLake Travis High School (Austin, TX)
LTHSLyons Township High School (Western Springs, IL, USA)
LTHSLockport Township High School (Illinois)
LTHSLacey Township High School (Lacey Township, New Jersey)
LTHSLane Tech High School (Chicago, IL)
LTHSLong-Term Housing Strategy (various nations)
LTHSLackawanna Trail Junior/Senior High School (Factoryville, Pennsylvania)
LTHSLoyalsock Township High School (Williamsport, PA)
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* In December 2014, the Hong Kong housing authority launched its Long-Term Housing Strategy, through which it aims to increase public rental housing (PRH) units, provide subsidized flats, expand home ownership programs, and stabilize the residential property market through the steady supply of land.
Politicians need to develop an apolitical, long-term housing strategy, engaging both public and private sectors, to get the UK building and stabilise our housing market."
The recent bout of flooding should not impact on the UK's long-term housing strategy, experts at property consultants King Sturge have warned.
In the Authority's long-term Housing Strategy, officers concluded: "There is little evidence to indicate that local people are being forced to leave Snowdonia because of high house prices.
Sustained efforts to ensure that the targets of the 2014 Long-Term Housing Strategy are met will be important for managing public expectations regarding supply and affordability.
The Government has launched a long-term housing strategy consultation, and the consultation document states that supply is the key to solving the housing problem.
He made the statement after giving a luncheon speech on the long-term housing strategy today.
A document outlining long-term housing strategy should be ready in September for a three-month public consultation, he noted.
The long-term housing strategy steering committee met for the first time today, to agree on the terms of reference and timetable for its work.
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