(social welfare) (in Britain) a non-profit-making body whose purpose is to build, convert, or improve houses for letting at fair rents
- Housing benefit
noun 1. (social welfare) (in Britain) a payment made by a local authority in the form of a rent rebate to a council tenant or a rent allowance to a private tenant
noun 1. a group of houses or apartments, usually of the same size and design, often erected on a tract of land by one builder and controlled by one management.
noun, British. 1. . noun 1. a planned area of housing, often with its own shops and other amenities
noun 1. a publicly built and operated housing development, usually intended for low- or moderate-income tenants, senior citizens, etc. noun 1. (US) a housing development built and maintained by a local authority, usually intended for people with a low or moderate income