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2020 Upgrading dense informal settlements by building upwards: lessons from an informal settlement in Durban, South Africa
Approximately 287 000 households live in 581 informal settlements across eThekwini Municipality and the numbers are growing. This translates...Download this report
This paper explores the relationship between urban regeneration and sustainability within the post-apartheid city of Durban, South Africa, u...
To what extent do cities take sustainability into account in their urban regeneration strategies? Sylvia Hannan used three mega-projects ...