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Rooftop gardens and the greening of cities : a case study of UKZN.
Owing to the concern about the serious factors influencing global warming and climatic change, the process of sustainable landscape construction as well as ecologically friendly developments needs to be addressed. In ...
"Managing coastal development in a rapidly developing areas : the case of Umhlanga Rocks".
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Planning with South African labour statistics : the politics of ignorance.
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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 ...
Revisiting current South African housing policy : towards the development of a holistic housing policy.
What housing means to people, their satisfaction with what they have and their evaluation of housing, seems to be especially relevant at this point in time in South African history. Therefore using meaning as a factor to ...
An evaluation of the application of the KwaZulu-Natal land use management system/model in a peri urban/rural setting : the case study of Cliffdale in eThekwini Municipality.
In March 1999 the former Durban Metropolitan Council embarked on several pilot studies to test the applicability of some early thinking around a new Land Use Management System with the aim of casting a single and uniform ...
An analysis of a degenerating urban area and recommendations for its renewal : a case study of South Beach, Durban.
The degeneration and decay of urban areas is a result of a combination of factors that lead to the downward spiraling of the performance of the economy concerned, the quality of life of citizens residing in the area, a ...
A process for a synchronised synergy between integrated development plans and regional water plans.
Historically and to date, regional water services providers and municipalities have been undertaking their long-term planning in isolation. The only time there is an exchange of information is when water demands need to ...
Income generating projects and the poverty of women : the case of Chinamora.
Rural women in Zimbabwe are disproportionately represented among the poor. Among the interventions taken to mitigate the poverty suffered by women is the concept of income-generating projects (lGPs). Government, non-governmental ...