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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 ...
Assessment of participatory methods in planning of the upgrading projects within the inner city urban renewal programme : a case study of Duncan Village Redevelopment Initiative (DVRI), East London.
Planning has evolved from being viewed as a discipline that can be quite technical toone of humanistic and social reproach. Collaborative planning within this same reference claims to be all-inclusive with collaborative ...
The waste pickers of Durban : a case study of three buyback centres.
The informal sector in South Africa has experienced phenomenal growth since the end of Apartheid, and in Durban this has been no different. Due to the growth in unemployment, many have turned to the informal sector in ...
Renewable energy strategies for low cost housing in South Africa : case studies from Cape Town.
This dissertation explores renewable energy strategies for low-income housing in South Africa using several case studies from the City of Cape Town and surrounding areas. The paper engages with the background and theories ...
Rapid urban development and fragmentation in a post-apartheid era : the case of Ballito, South Africa, 1994 to 2007.
Since 1994 a rapid rate of large-scale development in the region of Ballito, KwaZulu Natal, has generated significant urban spatial changes. This dissertation aimed to identify and examine the factors that have generated ...
An insight into the causes of poor service delivery in KwaZulu-Natal province : a case study of 8 municipalities in the northern region.
The socio-economic problems created by apartheid in South Africa are a huge challenge to the current government. In order to alleviate the above, Integrated Development Planning was seen as the most appropriate strategy ...