Rent Policy


Housing in India

By on April 28th 2020

The 2011 Census of India reveals that the urban population of the country stood at 377 million or 31.16 percent of the total population. This is estimated to have increased to 437 million by 2021, which is about 36 percent of the total population.

Read More

Land and Housing Development Processes as Determinants of Rental Housing for the Urban Poor: The Case of Guwahati City

By and on August 1st 2013

This paper examines how existing processes linked to the political economy of land and housing development shape or, in other words, are determinants of rental housing for the urban poor in the city of Guwahati in Assam.

Read More

Rental Housing in Informal Settlements – A Case-Study of Rajkot

By and on September 28th 2011

Studies across the world have shown the presence of rental housing in almost all informal and slum settlements. This research is an attempt to understand rental housing within the informal housing and discerning its characteristics in comparison to the informal sector owner-occupied housing in the city of Rajkot in Gujarat.

Read More