My Dad's village is having 11 new homes built. In a village of only about 60 houses anyway, is this too many?
- carrieLv 74 months agoFavorite Answer
I think it is a lot, but they are doing it everywhere,
- C L SLv 63 months ago
sounds about right to me
- KillmousekyLv 74 months ago
Home construction generally is dictated by population. If many more people are coming to that village, this 18.33% increase may be entirely justified. It's possible that it may even be not enough. The city I live in was just reaching a population of 550,000 when I moved here (1980). It's now at 1,285,711. That's an increase of 18,367 people in one year - FAR more than you could jam into only 11 houses. Never forget - world population increases by about 250,000 every day. We have to house them all somewhere.
- skeptikLv 74 months ago
That depends entirely on how much room there is for them.
And how much additional capacity there is for their utilities.
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- Andy CLv 74 months ago
Probably not. Depends on the infrastructure.
- StarShineLv 74 months ago
The people granting the building permits don't seem to think so.
I'm sure if the people don't like it, they could go to the council meetings to object (though it's not likely to get anywhere).
Where I live, when a building permit is filed, the city has a certain waiting period for people to object to the new construction, which includes the ability to go to council meetings and voice their opinions.
- 4 months ago
No it's still ok.