Adopting collaborative planning for redevelopment of built environment as a means for capacity building of the urban poor
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The research examines opportunities for capacity building of the urban poor through redevelopment interventions in their built environment. It investigates whether community participation and collaborative planning strategies applied for built environment redevelopment could lead to capacity building of the urban poor; and how the success of these approaches could be measured. The intention is to determine whether the extent of capacity building achieved within specific projects that are hailed as successful can be effectively measured.
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