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They provide accommodation for the low-income groups , who witness the retreat of political power and lack of public services which propagate poverty. The incomes of the poor population are considerably low for them to enter the formal market or afford proper housing, therefore they become self-responsible on building their own houses without any governmental help (Roy,
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Part A: Question 2 1.0. Introduction Based on the agreement between Malaysia and Singapore on July 9, 1963, Singapore unionized with the Federation of Malaysia which is also consisting of Sabah and Sarawak. Malaysia’s first Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman and Singapore’s former chief, Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew were agreed on the Singapore’s autonomy, political representation in Malaysia , the citizenship of Singaporeans, and the income contribution of Singapore to Malaysia in London on July 9, 1963 (Turnbull, 2009). Throughout the union-ship, Singapore encountered various constraints for developing its nation and economy as Singapore does not acquired the pioneer position and common market from the federal government for its industries. Due to the difficult political environment in the federal government and Malaya leaders’ frustration toward Singapore leaders’ disparity on maximizing the revenue contribution in order to overcome the Indonesian Confrontation and financing Sabah and Sarawak for its development, the Malaysian Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman and Singapore Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew were agreed for the separation of Singapore from the Federation of Malaysia (Turnbull, 2009).
As well as the urban form with spatial structural elements such as linkages and nodes. It cannot be emphasised enough the need to empower communities. The focus on primary urban design intervention knowledge and skills is a hot topic discussion in both practice and education. Carmona (2010) identifies two gaps the first being between the existing environmental discipline which has major act on emergence of urban design the second being rhetoric and practical achievements of urban design which now calls into question the legitimacy of our activities. Carmona (2010) further argues that public space has potential of a host of benefits such as building interactions and social cohesion .However with deteriorating nature of public spaces it is imperative that general public take up ownership and responsibility for its upkeep.
The migration exerted much pressure on towns and cities and adhoc developments with conflicting land uses started to emerge with no effort over required standard of buildings and public health. Living conditions, health and housing deteriorated and became unbearable. The political and socio-economic changes that were created by the Industrial Revolution brought about the ‘beginning of town planning’ with controlling procedures to improve living conditions such zoning and restrictive conditions. Between 1845 and 1875 the Public Health Acts were introduced to regulate health related issues and to implement building restrictions/bylaws. In 1909 the Town Planning received the legal recognition and it gave power to local authorities to control development.
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