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  1. Trends in the Commercial market
    Context - the market in general. • The township commercial market – general
    impressions. • Investigation into what has been happening in some selected
    areas ...

    www.urbanlandmark.org.za/downloads/ulm2009_mcgaffin.pdf
  2. Networks and partnerships
    eProp offers all stakeholders in the commercial property industry customised
    online products that facilitate the creation of a commercial property marketplace.

    www.urbanlandmark.org.za/links/index.php
  3. Training for Township Renewal Initiative: Transforming South ...
    Rust and Ovens argued that "Developing the formal commercial and retail sector
    in townships must secure the interests and growth potential of small ...

    www.urbanlandmark.org.za/newsletter/issue/0404/01.php
  4. LAND REFORM IN SOUTH AFRICA Getting back on track
    commercial agricultural land. for instance, cde's own research shows that black
    farmers own 32 per cent of commercial farmland in the Kwadukuza district, and ...

    www.urbanlandmark.org.za/.../LandReform_South_Africa.pdf
  5. Low-cost housing to go high-rise
    Feb 24, 2011 ... blocks — owned privately and run along commercial lines — where Sexwale
    believes the potential lies to meet housing demand. Since 1994 ...

    www.urbanlandmark.org.za/downloads/clipping_fm_feb2011.pdf
  6. Impact of retail centres in townships
    Key areas of enquiry have mainly been about how to assess, structure and
    implement retail/commercial sector interventions in ways that: intercept leaking ...

    www.urbanlandmark.org.za/newsletter/issue/0503/01.php
  7. Download the case studies on integration
    Provision of residential and commercial space: Mansel Road Night Market &
    Strollers, Durban. 7. Case study 2. Formalisation of informal traders: West Street,
     ...

    www.urbanlandmark.org.za/downloads/case_studies_integration.pdf
  8. Module 3: Restructuring the township physical environment
    Core and frame (fringe/periphery). • Decentralised commercial centres and
    suburbs. • Industrial areas. • Upper- and middle-income residential
    neighbourhoods.

    www.urbanlandmark.org.za/downloads/present_ttri_03_062009.pdf
  9. Module 3: Restructuring the township physical environment
    Decentralised commercial centres and suburbs: Over the past several decades,
    as settlements grew and expanded (aided by the expansion of motor cars and ...

    www.urbanlandmark.org.za/downloads/sourcebook_mod03.pdf
  10. Module 2: Unlocking township markets
    Enhancing township labour market competitiveness. • Supporting township
    residential property markets. • Commercial property markets and small business
     ...

    www.urbanlandmark.org.za/downloads/present_ttri_02_062009.pdf


 

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