Publication: Neo-liberal affordable housing policies through projects of housing development administration of Turkey
After 1980, a notion of neoliberalism has also been appeared in Turkish urban planning laws and policies as the rest of the world. One of the major implementation of these policies was the establishment of Housing Development Administration of Turkey, hereafter HDA, in 1984. The administration has been shaped as providing social housing for low-income households in the first place. However, since 1984, while the main aim of the administration stays as same as the first day, its mission has been modified. The administration has started to generate luxury housing projects to transfer their profits to the social housing fund. The study aims to compare ongoing and completed affordable and luxury housing projects according to their residences income l payment methods/plans for buyers. Report analysis of the administration and reviews become main sources for the study. According the literature review; one affordable and one luxury project is selected to compare. In the conclusion, report analysis, and website reviews and will convey the findings and discussion.
Book of proceedings: Annual AESOP Congress, Definite Space – Fuzzy Responsibility, Prague, 13-16th July, 2015
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