Since 2021, eThekwini’s Research and Policy Advocacy Department (RAPA) has been working in partnership with CAHF to improve metro data for human settlements and urban planning. These presentations were part of an engagement 9 February 2022 between metro officials and CAHF. The purpose of the meeting was for CAHF to share its most recent report on eThekwini’s residential property market, focused on affordable housing and government-subsidised housing. The analysis is based on deeds data as of end of June 2021. In addition, the meeting provided an opportunity to introduce a new online dashboard for eThekwini which allows for targeted analysis of the Durban Central area and the C3 Transit Corridor. The first presentation below summarises the 2021 eThekwini Citymark report, while the second provides an introduction to the dashboard and example of its application.
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eThekwini's residential property market 2021 Introduction to eThekwini dashboard