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Future Perspectives on Housing Projects As part of big towers and new city development Prof Babar Mumtaz Director, Urbannovation
How did we get here? 8/26/08©mumtaz The drivers of Public Housing Policy and Projects – Protection – Fear – Patronage – Politics Give as little as you can get away with The drivers of Private Housing Projects – Investment – Cram as many as you can get away with
The transformation of housing 8/26/085©mumtaz Housing as a process Housing as a product Housing as paper – the commodification of housing
Why did we get here? 8/26/086©mumtaz The Myth of the Residential Tower Block – Speed – Cost – Density – Amenity – Modernity – Livability
So where do we go from here? 8/26/087©mumtaz
So where do we go from here? 8/26/088©mumtaz
Investment Influencers 8/26/089©mumtaz InvestorsForeignRisks Internal (design) External (market) Saturation Creation (marketing) ProfitsLocal Housing needs
Boomtown stats 8/26/0810©mumtaz nationalsothers Returns % risks Investment % usersinvestors occupy Initiate
Alternative scenarios 8/26/0811©mumtaz Current Trends Attraction of Villas Attraction of CBD Appreciation of Environment Housing Overview GroupPopulation %Land use % Nationals1580 White collar2515 Blue collar605
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