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The story behind social housing in France

By: Tom Burges WATSON Follow | Jeanne LAVENANT | Stéphanie CHEVAL | Joanna COCKERELL
1 min

In France, some 10 million people live in HLMs or "habitations à loyer modéré": subsidised homes for those whose income is below a certain level. By law, at least 20% of housing in every town across the country must be an HLM. But even so, demand exceeds supply. As a result, new initiatives are being launch to meet demand. We take a closer look.

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