Exploring the competing rationalities between drivers of social housing and urban regeneration in the city of Johannesburg

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dc.contributor.author Ramohlale, Selaelo
dc.date.accessioned 2006-11-14T10:01:07Z
dc.date.available 2006-11-14T10:01:07Z
dc.date.issued 2006-11-14T10:01:07Z
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10539/1670
dc.description Student Number : 9805976V - MSc research report - School of Architecture and Planning - Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment en
dc.description.abstract This report explores the link between social housing and urban regeneration in Johannesburg. Social housing emerged to provide housing for people earning between R1 500 and R3 500, while regenerating and integrating the inner city. In Johannesburg social housing institutions operate in the context of the municipality’s Vision 2030, implemented through the Inner City Urban Regeneration Strategy whose focus is on renovating buildings in the inner city, with the increase property prices and attract investment. From this it is hypothesized that the objectives of social housing and urban regeneration are in conflict with one another because social housing is meant for low income a specific income group which will not be able to afford rent when property prices increase. The case study focus is the contribution that Johannesburg Housing Company as a social housing institution makes to property –led urban regeneration of the City of Johannesburg and the eKhaya Neighbourhood Programme it initiated in the Pietersen Street, Hillbrow. The report flags out the issues of who the beneficiaries of social housing are, whether the objectives of social housing and urban regeneration are in conflict or in synergy with each other, the implications of urban regeneration o property prices and the impact of this on the ability of social housing to accommodate low income earners in the inner city. This report is looked at from the theoretical angle, which acknowledges multiculturalism, communication and power struggles and conflicting rationalities. en
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dc.language.iso en en
dc.subject urban regeneration en
dc.subject social housing en
dc.subject Johannesburg en
dc.title Exploring the competing rationalities between drivers of social housing and urban regeneration in the city of Johannesburg en
dc.type Thesis en


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