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Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (2016)

Housing development for residence in Sudan

Nugdalla, Mohamed Abdulla

Titre : Housing development for residence in Sudan

Auteur : Nugdalla, Mohamed Abdulla

Université de soutenance : Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

Grade : Master of Engineering (Construction Management) 2016

Résumé
One of the main needs for the population of a country is housing. S ome countries do not address the housing problems and this eventually led to people building houses individually without proper supervision from the authorities. The main aim of this study is to identify the problems faced the owners and developers of the housing in Sudan. The objectives of the study are to identify the problems faced by the house owners who build houses individually in Sudan, to assess the problems faced by housing developers in Sudan, to investigate the factors that influence house owners to either construct houses individually or buy from developers in Sudan and to assess the approval process of the building plans in Sudan. This study is carried out in Khartoum, Sudan. The study is carried out through questionnaires. A total of 50 respondents submitted the questionnaires duly answered. The data is analysed using Average Index. From the study, the problems faced by the housing owners who build houses individually are the high cost of land, the escalation of material price and the approval process from the authorities. The problems faced by the housing developers in Sudan are the delay, too expensive due to its properties and the lack of infrastructure. The factors that influence house owners to construct houses individually are categorized into two groups, the first group is the financial factors and the other one is the design related factors. Also the respondents agreed that the main factors that influence people to houses from developers are : facilities available in the housing projects such as gardens, power and water backup and more security. From the study and the interviews conducted with the number of the construction engineers to study the approval process for housing construction in Sudan the response stated that there is no standard process for the approval which lead the researcher to recommend approval process for houses constructed in Sudan which stated as a part from the recommendations of this research.

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