This paper provides a set of South African case studies that explore how property (not necessarily public) can be used to realise value.
The paper looks at government’s property portfolios and the current trends and approaches to managing these portfolios. It also looks at the impact this has on delivery, and at the key issues and constraints in relation to realizing the value of these portfolios.
This paper looks at how to use public property to realise value towards the integration and spatial transformation of South African cities.
Twenty-five years into democracy, South Africa is still grappling with the need for more equitable spatial transformation, sustainable human settlements, and the demand for a …