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- The first and most obvious scale refers to the house(s) or home(s), which might be more commonly called a new dwelling house in planning terms. New housing my also refer to change of use in planning terms, rather than purely new build. For more information see: Housing.
- The second is a housing which on a smaller scale refers to a rigid casing that encloses and protects a piece of moving or delicate equipment such as pump or motor housing. See also: Casing.
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