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This resulted in high residential densities in the periphery with low density industrial belt in the city centre. In the 1970s efforts focused predominantly on green field housing estates, followed by a period of large-scale redevelopment of urban areas through demolition and replacement of existing structures with high rise prefabricated housing. Although these policies never reached the dimensions of massive slum clearance programmes, the result was striking uniformity of urban housing. More complex strategies evolved since the 1980s, which included area based approaches through the ‘one investor-one developer practice’ (Belgrade), ‘the bulldozer type’ of renewal (Bucharest), as well as sporadic urban renewal activities in the pedestrian zones (Zagreb, Skopje, and Sofia).
The share of private sector output declined to 1% in urban areas as indicated in Fig. 3. During Ceausescu’s rule, the construction of prefabricated housing estates by public works departments – trust de constructii – dominated the building programmes.
While the analysis in this chapter will identify dominant characteristics and similarities in the performance of socialist housing systems in the region, it will also highlight some important differences affecting the path of transformation in the context of transition to markets and democracy. The chapter starts with a brief overview of the socialist model of development and its imprint over the existing socialist housing systems. This powerful legacy, driven by the evolution in housing policy since the 1950s and the performance of state and private sector agents and institutions, is manifested in a wide range of housing outcomes associated with housing distribution, quality, tenure forms and housing costs.
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