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Regulating the Private Sector

Case Studies in Inclusionary Housing Developments in Cape Town

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Dr Jonty Cogger , Robyn Park-Ross

08 November 2022

Michael Clark, Nick Budlender


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Research Report

South Africa

This article provides an overview about a report on why there is an urgent need for inclusionary housing in Cape Town. The organisation, Ndifuna Ukwazi, discusses:

  • how the South African regulatory framework already supports inclusionary housing,
  • how Ndifuna Ukwazi and partners have campaigned for inclusionary housing in Cape Town,
  • learning from these 16 private developments,
  • the current barriers getting in the way of urgent and just inclusionary housing implementation and
  • Ndifuna Ukwazi’s recommendations of what should be done to see spatially just, inclusionary housing rapidly implemented in Cape Town.

The full report can be downloaded here.

Abstract based on original source.


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Built environment

Capacity building

Cape Town



Human settlements

Inclusive cities



South Africa



Water and sanitation

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