W. Loibl:
"Housing and Community";
in: "Peri-Urbanisation in Europe; Towards European Policies to Sustain Urban-Rural Futures", A. Piorr, J. Ravetz, I. Tosics (Hrg.); Academic Books, Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, 2011, ISBN: 978-87-7903-534-8, S. 56 - 60.

Self-determined lifestyles result in increasing household
numbers, accompanied by a growth of smaller households
with a corresponding decline in larger ones. To change these
trends would require various interventions. The housing
market can be one instrument. For example, by building
larger flats, couples may be compelled to live together instead
of in separate households. Sufficient social infrastructure
is another way of improving the quality of life for all
population groups in all quarters of a city.

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