A comparative study on the quality of tenement housing in Kinawataka and Kigoowa-Nakawa Division
Murungi, Treasure G
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Housing is a profoundly ideological issue that serves as an index for development rankings. In Uganda, regulations such as the PPA (2010) and NPPSG (2011) were established to act as development control tool kits to enhance the provision of developments that meet the minimum standards making them fit for human habitation. The research presents an empirical study that compares the quality of tenement housing in Kinawataka and Kigowa-Nakawa division, Kampala district. Chapter One explores the background on tenement housing within Uganda, the research problem, objectives, scope and justification for the study. Chapter Two is a review of the various publications and literature on the nature of tenement housing, quality of space of tenement housing, perceptions about tenement housing and implications of tenement housing to planning and design by various scholars and researches. Chapter Three presents a detailed description of the research methods used to achieve the objectives of the study. It addresses in detail the study area, research design, survey population, sample design, sample size, sampling procedure, choice of data sources and collection tools, data processing, analysis and presentation as well as the limitations of the study. Chapter Four presents the research findings. Chapter Five presents the discussions. Chapter six addresses the conclusions and recommendations.