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"Managing coastal development in a rapidly developing areas : the case of Umhlanga Rocks".
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The application of planning support technology to urban coastal research and management : a case study of the south Durban basin.
Sustainability has become synonymous with development. The concept of integrated coastal management (ICM) was derived from sustainability theory. The planning profession has an impact on the development of coastal zones ...
Finding a place in the city : a case study of Great Lakes region refugees in the eThekwini municipality.
Worldwide the experiences of refugees on place and their integration into host countries are understood differently. This study seeks to understand how asylum seekers and refugees found a place and settled in South Africa ...
Unlocking the potential of the Durban city hall precinct : an urban design/town planning response for a post-apartheid South Africa.
Public space is a fundamental component of the urban condition. Throughout the history of settlement planning, its inclusion has represented the role and identity of the citizen in society. By definition, it encapsulates ...