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(i.e. commonly raised objections, & responses). 
1) temporary== we shouldn' t lower housing or shelter is now widely deprecated as a homelessness responsestandards, in US & European official/mainstream positions. It is said to divert from the real solution, permanent housing, and it doesn't end homelessness.&nbsp;<br/> [shelter and temporary housing are now defined to be states of homelessness].we should provide enough&nbsp;funding ==
2) We shouldn't endorse the idea that low- or very-low-income housing can be created without public subsidy -- this undermines the ongoing urgent effort to increase public funding.&nbsp;<br/> Homeless and low-income people shouldn't be expected to take less/different or 'substandard' housing vs other people.== &nbsp;==
3) If acceptable housing standards (e.g. dwelling space, facilities) are lowered in cases or one area, it allows or creates pressure == tiny houses / villages don't provide the needed density for them to be lowered more widely, and this will lower living standards for many.&nbsp;urban areas ==
4)&nbsp;when/how do lower development costs result in lower housing costs?&nbsp;
5)== temporary&nbsp;affordability or substandard housing/shelter isn't and distracts from the real solution, housing standards&nbsp;==
6) issues with government funding restrictions 'temporary' housing or shelter is now widely deprecated as a homelessness response, in US & European official/ mandatesmainstream positions.It is said to divert from the real solution, permanent housing, and it doesn't end homelessness.&nbsp; [shelter and temporary housing are now defined to be states of homelessness].&nbsp;<br/> &nbsp;
7) stigma on or deliberate demarcation (positive or negative) on social housing.&nbsp;== 'Self build' and lower standards facilitate exploitation, inequality, defunding ==
8) US case of restricted and differentiated style/materials, vs e.g. WPAGiancarlo De Carlo's critique of CIAM and "Existunzminimum" / Basic housing concepts, Viennain "Architecture's Public's, UK examples "&nbsp;as serving interests of positive socialist inequality and civic symbolismexploitation.&nbsp;
9) We shouldn't endorse the idea that low- or very-low-income housing diversity can be created without public subsidy - letting dwellers choose- this undermines the ongoing urgent effort to increase public funding.&nbsp;<br/adapt > <br/> If acceptable housing that matches their value prioritiesstandards (e.g. dwelling space, facilities) are lowered in cases or one area, it allows or creates pressure for them to be lowered more widely, and this will lower living standards for many.&nbsp;
10) long-term cost issues<br/> &nbsp; &nbsp;-- maintainability, durability<br/> &nbsp; &nbsp;-- community and dweller acceptance.
11== Different housing for the poor and unhoused makes it stigmatized & unintegrated == Stigma on or deliberate demarcation (positive or negative) Critique of "Existunzminimum" / Basic on social housing concepts as potentially serving interests .&nbsp; US case of inequality restricted and exploitation: differentiated style/materials, vs e.g. Giancarlo De CarloWPA, Vienna, UK examples of positive socialist and civic symbolism.&nbsp;<br Homeless and low-income people shouldn't be expected to take less/> different or 'substandard' housing vs other people.&nbsp; == Lower cost/standard housing may be more costly in long run == == &nbsp; == == Lower building costs help developers, but don't lower prices == housing diversity - letting dwellers choose/adapt housing that matches their value priorities.&nbsp;issues with government funding restrictions / mandates.&nbsp; &nbsp;
= Appendix A: A Pattern Language For Housing Affordability =
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