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A more efficient land and property market is fundamental to solving Africa’s apparently endemic problems with real property development. Despite similar problems in other developing countries, they are more pronounced in sub‐Saharan Africa and, in the absence of appropriate remedial measures,...
Property ownership can tie up large amounts of capital and management energy that business could employ more productively elsewhere. Competitive pressures, accounting changes and increasingly sophisticated occupier requirements are building demand for new and innovative ways to satisfy corporate...
The lifecycle of a building is supported by a number of distinct processes that attempt to address physical deterioration. Many of the processes – maintenance, repair, replacement and refurbishment – are commonly discussed in ways that suggest that they are indistinguishable from each other....
The English House Condition Survey for 1991 demonstrated that levels of energy efficiency in private rented property are significantly below other sectors, even though energy improvements have tangible benefits for landlords. The low level of energy efficiency provision in the private rented...
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