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The presence of the informal sector in towns and cities of the developing world challenges the current urban planning approaches as conflicts of landuse between 'planned for' zones and informal zones continue to soar.
With informality as a challenge to urban planning, this book analyses the informal sector with informal trade at Sakubva Musika in Mutare: Zimbabwe as a point in case.
It therefore gives a balanced assessment of the problem at hand, shedding more light on regulatory, policy, management and spatial planning issues that should inform urban planning with regard to urban informality.
Information in this book is of great importance to Local Authorities and Central Governments, academic institutions, development organisations and individuals interested in coming up with solutions towards alleviating poverty in towns and cities of the developing world.
Pardon Chibuwe, Bsc Honours.
He studied Rural and Urban Planning at University of Zimbabwe.
He works for Dialogue on Shelter for the Homeless in Zimbabwe Trust.Nyasha.
T Mutsindikwa is a Lecturer in the Department of Rural and Urban Planning.
He is interested in Urban Planning and Housing Issues.
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