In Naples they call them “low”. Also in via Roma are appearing: former shops on the street level transformed into apartments or, at best, in the garage. The report starts from the counselor of the Good Right Michele Giardino who, on his Facebook page, posts some pictures of former shops that are becoming micro-apartments. Like that of Mohammed (the name is invented, ndc), a Nigerian for some time in Piacenza and two months living in via Roma: his house was once a poultry house. Today it is beautiful, with new windows and blue shutters that open directly onto the sidewalk; the sore point, however, is the bedroom, below street level, practically in the cellar. It is difficult to understand whether or not it has habitability, even if in the meantime a report about it has arrived on the tables of the Municipality and the local police: the fact remains that, it seems, the change of intended use from shop to garage or apartment is admitted by the urban planning regulations.
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