Urban LandMark

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A Handbook on Urban Land Markets for Africa

Managing urban land: a guide for municipal practitioners

Training for Township Renewal Initiative:
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Past events

Trading Places Book Launch
March 2014 | Information
On Wednesday 5 March Urban LandMark launched its book, Trading Places, at the SACN/ JDA Spatial Transformation of Cities Conference. And then it was launched in Cape Town on Tuesday 18 March at the Book Lounge.

Colloquium - Training for Township Renewal Initiative: Colloquium on Retail-led Township Development
August 2010 | Downloads
At the Colloquium, the Urban LandMark-commissioned Demacon research on the impact of township retail was used as the basis around which the necessary conceptual tools and evidence could be identified and debated.

Course - Certificate Programme in Housing Policy Development and Management
March 2009 | Downloads
Urban LandMark participates in the Certificate Programme in Housing Policy Development and Management, a bi-annual four-week course offered by the Wits Graduate School of Public and Development Management.

Workshop - Urban Land Visioning towards 2020
May 2007 | Downloads
Urban LandMark held a workshop with key thinkers to identify trends in the urban land sector and how they are likely to change over time.

Conference - Inclusive African Cities Conference
6 - 7 March 2007 | Downloads
The conference aimed to explore inclusion and exclusion through three broad themes: access to urban resources and infrastructure - material inclusion and exclusion; constructing urban citizenship(s) in everyday lives; emerging experiences of inclusion in African cities and what they teach us about cities.

Seminar - Urban Land Seminar
15 November 2006 | Papers | Background papers
Urban LandMark hosted this seminar as a platform to launch the debates surrounding pro-poor urban land issues.

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