This report contains a discussion of the findings and implications of the two pilor case studies carried out in Johannesburg. The two projects selected were Brickfields in Newtown and Carr Gardens in Fordsburg. The report gives an account of the context, design and layout and views of the various stakeholders of each project. This is followed by comparisons of the findings of the two projects and a comparison with international findings, as well as the implications for the conceptual framework guiding the research and research methodology.
The pilot case studies indicated that the methodology was feasible and practical to a large extent and that only a few minor changes were required in terms of the research tools.
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