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Phase II NUSP for Alfred Duma Local Municipality
The intention of the Sustainable Livelihoods Programme is to ensure that upgrading of informal settlements occurs in a way that is ‘people-centred, responsive and sustainable’. The aim of the programme is to identify projects to help residents in the settlements move beyond the survivor struggle and out of the poverty trap.
TOWARDS INCREMENTAL INFORMAL SETTLEMENT UPGRADING
Història i històries d'una ciutat
Història i històries d'una ciutat (History and stories of a city) is a research project that raises awareness about the importance of planning decisions and how these decisions are politically informed. The project focuses in decisions made around urban heritage and how these decisions influence the history and memory of cities generating a new form of urban exclusion.
Phase II NUSP for Emfuleni Local Municipality
The intention of the Sustainable Livelihoods Programme is to ensure that upgrading of informal settlements occurs in a way that is ‘people-centred, responsive and sustainable’. The aim of the programme is to identify projects to help residents in the settlements move beyond the survivor struggle and out of the poverty trap.
Research into Property Market Dynamics in Delft
The project aims to help develop a financial instrument that will assist households in the affordable housing market to operate easily and securely in the property market.
Phase II NUSP for Govan Mbeki Local Municipality
The intention of the Sustainable Livelihoods Programme is to ensure that upgrading of informal settlements occurs in a way that is ‘people-centred, responsive and sustainable’. The aim of the programme is to identify projects to help residents in the settlements move beyond the survivor struggle and out of the poverty trap.
Linear Markets Alexandra and Ivory Park, Johannesburg
Socio-spatial reserach to understand the dynamics in the informal markets in Alexandra and Ivory Park for the design of more formalised linear markets.
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