Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Krishnaswamy, Vidya URN etd-06112009-063105 Title Minimum design standards strategies for specific urban locations with reference to India Degree Master of Science Department Housing, Interior Design, and Resource Management Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Day, Savannah S. Committee Chair Barclay, Nancy A. Committee Member Goss, Rosemary Carucci Committee Member Hardman, Anna M. Committee Member Keywords
- Housing policy
Date of Defense 1990-05-05 Availability restricted Abstract
The purpose of this study was to document seven selected sets of minimum housing design standards in two specific case locations, New Delhi and Madras, in India, and to evaluate criteria used for establishing these standards. A model of selected criteria from the different frameworks was then developed as part of an overall housing strategy.
An integrated concept of housing as an environment, need, process and product was used as the basis of this study which was documented through review of literature and field research in India. The minimum standards were broadly classified as minimum space requirements, recommended building materials and general subdivision requirements. variations and ranges across the sets of standards were then tabulated to indicate the multiplicity of recommendati0ns, an initial premise of this study.
Implications, based on broad premises, for future strategies in this field were developed. These suggestions were grouped into three clusters, namely, access to shelter by the abjectly poor, access to shelter by the low income groups in general and the restructuring of extant institutional and implementation frameworks.
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