Re: Re: Fast-Track Infrastructure legislation
It is a well established pattern that exists in virtually every country I know of.
The typical dwellings of the poor to middle classes, like those of the aristocracy, often become tourist attractions insofar as they represent in a physical form the socio-cultural aspirations and characteristics of a people at a certain moment in history. Lets face it, why are such things as the little artisan cottages in Bruges
Hmmmm a Medieval City
the little peasant houses in many a mediterranean village,
Hmmmm inside a development boundary
the chalets in the Alps.
Built out of necessity to have in poor travelling conditions residential access to winter cattle indoors and accross a very small number of the lower reaches of valleys] None of these were built as tourist attractions – they were functional family dwellings. [/QUOTE]
Precisely built as family dwellings close to all necessary amenities