‘The Urban Housing Manual: Making Regulatory Frameworks Work for the Poor’

(Geoffrey Payne and Michael Majale) Earthscan, 2002 Every day millions of people around the world spend their hard-earned income improving houses they do not officially own or legally occupy. The vast majority are poor householders in urban areas of the South, where, in some cities, more than half the population lives in various types of […]

Land, Rights & Innovation

(Editor) Intermediate Technology Publications London, 2002 Every day millions of people around the world spend their hard-earned income improving houses they do not officially own or legally occupy. The vast majority are poor householders in urban areas of the South, where, in some cities, more than half the population lives in various types of unauthorized […]

Urban Projects Manual (Second Edition)

(Joint Editor), Liverpool University Press 1983. British contribution to International Year of the Homeless. Second edition 2000. This manual was first published in 1983 and has been continually in print ever since. This second revised edition contains updated text and references that have brought the manual up to an appropriate standard for use as a […]

Making Common Ground: Public/private partnerships in land for housing

 (Editor) Intermediate Technology Publications (for DFID) London, 1999 This book provides a comprehensive review of experience in designing and implementing a wide range of partnerships for the efficient and equitable use of urban land. Using examples from countries throughout the world and at all levels of economic development, the author looks at the achievements and […]