By Graham Towers
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Finally, the public realm is considered – the way buildings enclose space, the way this is used, and the significance of security and good urban management. In the construction of new housing the agenda created by climate change must be addressed. This is considered in Chapter 5. The need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions not only means that buildings must be more efficient in their use of energy. It also means they must address the implications of renewable sources of energy. The conservation of scarce resources means that use of building materials must be more environmentally conscious and the profligate use of water reduced.
Generous space standards for new houses were set. Separate living rooms and kitchens were recommended, together with a bath and an integrated toilet for each house. 1 41 1944 Housing Manual. 2 These recommendations were for new social housing but they set the pattern for all new housing for the next 20 years. The Tudor Walters Report established the goal of a generous selfcontained house for each family. 3 The report identified three types of homes which varied according to the use made of the kitchen.
They generally recommended that space and equipment standards in flats should be the same as in houses of an equivalent size. The 1949 Housing Manual does, however, consider flats at some length. Model layouts were given and the planning of blocks discussed, including such issues are access systems, means of escape, refuse provision and sound insulation. The following recommendations were made: ● ● ● Lifts are necessary in all blocks of flats or maisonettes where the entrance to the top dwelling is three or more storeys above the ground floor level.