Urban LandMark

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A Handbook on Urban Land Markets for Africa

Managing urban land: a guide for municipal practitioners

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Urban LandMark's review report provides a comprehensive overview of programme activities between 2011 and 2013.

This narrative of the last three years describes a range of projects and initiatives which have all, in some small way, gone towards improving access to urban land for poor women and men. For the next few decades, one of the greatest challenges for the majority of people living on the African continent will be how to integrate into urban life and society. Barriers to entry into formal property systems and urban sub-markets are often daunting, and make participation in formal systems unaffordable for many urban citizens. » More

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Urban LandMark is now hosted by the SA Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR).

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