The Built Environment Observatory: State of Housing in Egypt 2017

The State of Housing 2017 is a series of factsheets, articles and reports providing analysis on the housing context in Egypt. The series was published by the Built Environment Observatory (BEO), a web-based portal of open knowledge on Egypt’s built environment. The BEO covers a range of urban issues with a focus on fair housingspatial justice, and, access to basic infrastructure such as electricity and water. Publications in the series include:

A million units for whom? Six facts about the Social Housing Project :A closer look at the million housing unit project.

How the building law encourages self-builders to break it: When Housing Rights and Building Laws Collide

City in Motion: Spatial Distribution of Urban Transport in a Greater Cairo Suburb

Despite Cost, “New Rent” Leaves Tenants Wanting: low income families in their pursuit to rent an adequate home under New Rent

Egypt State of Rent 2017

A Tied Life: The Rise and Fall of Company Town Housing in Egypt

Analysis: Government Policy Commodifies Housing

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