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A Handbook on Urban Land Markets for Africa

Managing urban land: a guide for municipal practitioners

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Press releases

14 March 2013
Conference puts international development investment under the spotlight

17 September 2012
Managing Urban Land: a guide for municipal practitioners

30 November 2011
Slow delivery of title deeds to housing subsidy beneficiaries is cause for concern

19 July 2011
Seven new case studies share some recent practical experiences around the transformation of South Africa's townships

31 June 2011
Bolstering township transformation: National Treasury, SA Cities Network and Urban LandMark launch new case studies

31 October 2010
Urban LandMark Conference: Rethinking Emerging Land Markets in Rapidly Growing Southern African Cities

21 October 2010
New data centre to provide information on low-income and affordable land and housing market in South Africa

13 April 2010
New approach to making informal settlements legal can solve delivery problems

8 February 2010
Large scale shift in housing supply through small-scale rental

23 October 2009
Conference on opportunities in a falling market

June 2008
Revisited findings for how the poor access, hold and trade land

3 October 2007
Urban Land Markets: how the poor access, hold and trade land

4 October 2007
Voices of the Poor: community perspectives on access to urban land

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