Integrated Housing Strategy
This course aims to build the understanding that the city is an integrated housing market or housing ladder where market failure in any submarket has ramifications across the city. Therefore, housing policy has to handle distortion and barriers across all sub-markets rather than focus only on lower-income sub-markets.
- Devise strategies for implementation of Nature based Solutions
- Rightsize the role of the state and enable markets to provide housing.
- Identify different approaches to cater to different submarkets and deep-dive into some of the strategies - Inclusionary Housing, Inclusionary Zoning, Housing through Informal Supply Systems and Affordable Rental Housing.
- Course Overview
- Global Scenario
- Inclusionary Housing in USA
- Multiple Choice Questions 00:00:00
- Enabling the Markets
- Rental Housing
- Informal Housing Continuum
- Integrated Housing Strategies 00:00:00
One of the biggest challenges for urban planning in India is to provide affordable housing with security of tenure, availability of services, infrastructure, habitability, accessibility, and cultural adequacy. International human rights law recognizes the right to an adequate standard of living, including adequate housing. World over, research shows that the money spent on housing either as rent or Equated Monthly Instalments (EMI) should not be more than 30 to 40 percent of the income or the cost of the housing should not be more than three to five times the income, for it to be called as ‘affordable’.
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