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Making Common Ground

Edited By Geoffrey Payne
ISBN: 9781853394799
This book provides a comprehensive review of experience in designing and implementing a wide range of partnerships for efficient and equitable use of urban land. Using examples from countries throughout the world and at all levels of economic development,




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  • Synopsis
    This book provides a comprehensive review of experience in designing and implementing a wide range of partnerships for efficient and equitable use of urban land. Using examples from countries throughout the world and at all levels of economic development,
  • Table of Contents
    Acknowledgements
    The contributors
    Foreword
    Contents
    ...
    Vlll
    ix
    xii
    1 Introduction 1
    GEOFFREY PAYNE
    Background and context 1
    Reasons for current interest in partnerships 3
    Types of partnership 4
    Issues involved in publiclprivate partnerships 8
    Criteria for assessing partnerships 12
    This book 13
    2 Partnership approaches in India 17
    UMA ADUSUMILLI
    Framework of the study 17
    Land compensation to the project-affected people (PAP) 19
    The participatory development approach (PDS) 25
    Transferable development rights (TDR) 31
    Slum redevelopment through incentives 36
    Conclusions 40
    3 Publiclprivate partnerships in Pakistan 46
    NOMAN AHMED
    Evolution and development of partnerships ' 46
    Partnerships in Lahore 47
    Islamabad New City Project 50
    Incremental housing development - the Gharo Pilot Project 5 1
    Bhitaiabad in Karachi 54
    The performance of partnerships in Pakistan 56
    The role of participating actors in land markets 58
    The impact of the partnerships 59
    Conclusions 59
    Recommendations 61
    4 South Africa: two case studies of partnerships in the provision of land for 64
    housing
    DAVID DEWAR
    Background 64
    The issue of land 64
    The political, economic and institutional stage 66
    Case 1: Delft 68
    Case 2: Springfield Terrace 75
    South Africa since political transition 83
    A way forward 88
    5 Partnerships in three Egyptian cities
    AHMED SOLIMAN
    Background and context
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    Editor Geoffrey Payne
    Number of Pages 256
    Format Paperback / softback