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Andavarapu, D. and Edelman, D.J. (2013) Evolution of Slum Redevelopment Policy. Current Urban Studies, 1, 185-192.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Public-Private Partnership Arrangement in In-Situ Housing for Slum Rehabilitation in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State, Nigeria

    AUTHORS: A. F. Ebakpa, A. E. Gobo, S. A. Ngah, T. K. S. Abam

    KEYWORDS: Public-Private Partnership Arrangement, In-Situ Housing, Slum Rehabilitation, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State, Nigeria

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Environmental Protection, Vol.8 No.12, November 29, 2017

    ABSTRACT: The provision of decent accommodation is a major challenge to government in the developing nations. It is a common phenomenon in the urban centres of the developing nations where most houses are in deplorable conditions. The houses are overcrowded with little or no air space between them. There is no basic sanitation in the urban centres as they lack flush toilet, some of the few available flush toilets are piped into seasonal streams, most houses lack defined kitchen areas and healthy sewage disposal method. The cities lack good access roads and functional drainage system with a common practice of environmentally-unfriendly solid waste management methods that create various health challenges to urban dwellers. The aim of the study is to show how in-situ Housing method of slum rehabilitation can be applied through Public/Private Partnership to upgrade houses within a major slum area in Yenagoa. This shall be done with an agreement between the property owners, Real Estate investors and the state government. Basic Research Methodology was applied using questionnaire, direct observation and personal interview techniques to collect data. Both qualitative and quantitative techniques were applied to analyse data through the use of tables and charts. The findings in the study showed that poor housing condition seriously degrade the environmental quality of the study area. The standard of living in the area is very poor as the people lack access to decent accommodation, basic sanitation and social amenities.