Factories are also built along major transport routes like Hoyt. However, when it comes to housing, there are significant differences. The high quality housing tends to be located near the CBD and will be either apartments or old colonial houses. The richer people want to live near the centre because that is normally where the best entertainment is and the best jobs are. As well as the high quality apartments near the centre, richer neighbourhoods will also develop that have good quality housing and good entertainment. Slightly further out you get poor, but permanent housing.
Developing Asia’s Largest Slum
Case study: Dharavi :: GCSE notes
In the DRP, there are around 70, families in Dharavi benefitting from this residential, commercial, and industrial construction project. Moreover, there are around 35,, houses available for sale to the middle class. The DRP benefits the whole working class in the city, thus it is not restricted to the residents in Dharavi. Dharavi is the largest and and most known slum in India, a fast developing nation. Therefore, the process of gentrification acts as a medium to transform their perceived identity into the aesthetics of a world city. Before the implementation of DRP, there were no developers interested in Dharavi.
The Slum Redevelopment Project in Dharavi
LEDC case study — Mumbai. Impacts of urbanisation - Dharavi slum. Background to Mumbai. This case study will explore how urbanization, suburbanization, counter urbanization and now reurbanisation processes have occurred in the Mumbai region and how those processes have been managed.
How it impacts financial decisions regarding project management? It also touches upon business topics such as - Value proposition, Emerging markets, Entrepreneurship, Government, Joint ventures, Marketing, Risk management, Social responsibility. In isolation the NPV number doesn't mean much but put in right context then it is one of the best method to evaluate project returns.