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Addah Wanyonyi

Department of Technology and Innovation Kenya, South Africa


  • Review Article   
    Adoption Of Green Neighborhood Development: A Case Of Sustainable Low Cost Housing Projects In Kenya
    Author(s): Addah Wanyonyi*

    The government of Kenya Government identified low-cost housing as one of four top priorities and had a goal of adding 500 000 homes. The problem is that they rarely deal sufficiently with the affordability issue addition which makes them largely unsustainable. This study examined in detail the provision of low-cost housing within the LEED-ND rating system as a platform for having a rating system that focuses on sustainable low-cost housing. The study adopted a survey research design and made use of both qualitative and quantitative modes of investigation to examine the green building practice in Kenya. The proposed park road ngara project entailed the construction of six blocks four of them housing one two and three-bedroom units, one block housing a parking silo, and another housing a kindergarten and other auxiliary facilities. The study’s target population comprises park road.. View More»
    DOI: 10.14303/2022.2315-5663.80

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