Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology
An introduction to property development which aims to develop an understanding of property development including: a study of the principles of property development including the relevant statutes and ordinances; urban development; control of land in South Africa; town planning; overview of property development. Development: timing and rate of development, redevelopment, public sector development, economics and planning controls, the construction industry.
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