housing estate (plural housing estates)
- A group of often architecturally similar buildings constructed at the same time. Primarily for residential accommodation, estates may also include commercial facilities.
- 2011 December 14, Angelique Chrisafis, “Rachida Dati accuses French PM of sexism and elitism”, in The Guardian:
- She suggested he was destroying all Sarkozy had achieved in proving that a traditional, Catholic, rightwing area could vote for an ethnic-minority candidate such as her, from a poor housing estate in the provinces, the Muslim child of illiterate north African parents. She vowed to "resist" Fillon.
- 2014 August 23, Neil Hegarty, “Hidden City: Adventures and Explorations in Dublin by Karl Whitney, review: 'a necessary corrective' [print version: Re-Joycing in Dublin, p. R25]”, in The Daily Telegraph (Review):
- Whitney is absorbed especially by Dublin's unglamorous interstitial zones: the new housing estates and labyrinths of roads, watercourses and railways where the city peters into its commuter belt.
- 2021 November 17, Andrew Mourant, “Okehampton: a new dawn for Dartmoor”, in RAIL, number 944, page 43:
- That project would mean reinstating 5½ miles of decommissioned line between Tavistock, where a new single-platform railway station would be built alongside the 750-home housing estate currently under construction, and Bere Alston.
group of buildings
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