Urban Land Tenure and Property Rights in Developing Countries: A Review ODA/Intermediate Technology Publications, London 1997 Urban land markets exert a major impact upon the ability of lower income groups to obtain access to adequate shelter and services. When they do not function well, the poor suffer more than anybody else. Whilst the importance of […]

The Living City: Towards a Sustainable Future Routledge 1990 The options and probabilities for the future of cities are issues of outstanding contemporary importance, both in the developed and developing worlds. The living city draws together both current main steams ideas on their futures and various alternative views to enliven the debate and put forward […]

Informal Housing and Land Subdivisions in Third World Cities: a Review of the Literature CENDEP, Oxford Polytechnic 1989 Studies of informal sector housing within developing countries commonly embrace a wide variety of settlement processes. The literature abounds with studies of “self-help” housing, case studies of slums and squatter settlements and their locally defined variations. Whether […]

Low Income Housing in the Developing World: The Role of Sites and Services and Settlement Upgrading’ (Editor), John Wiley 1984 Sites and services and settlement Upgrading are two major approaches to the massive need for low-income housing in the developing countries. Students and teachers of development administration, urban studies, and architecture in the Third World […]

Urban Projects Manual (Joint Editor), Liverpool University Press 1983. British contribution to International Year of Shelter for the Homeless 1987 Attitudes towards low-income housing in the expanding cities of the Third World have been undergoing considerable change in recent years and the positive characteristics of these settlements are gaining increasing recognition. Urban Housing in the […]

Urban Housing In The Third World (Author) Leonard Hill Attitudes towards low-income housing in the expanding cities of the Third World have been undergoing considerable change in recent years and the positive characteristics of these settlements are gaining increasing recognition. Urban Housing in the Third World asks whether these processes have gone far enough in […]