The 8th International Workshop: Housing the Poor Through the Private Sector
Ban Mankong, a UN Award program, failed. Only for privileged poor.
Ban Eua-Arthorn, a million housing units faied due to unreal demand.
Land sharing is a failure. There are only some atypical success.
Angels who helped the poor got awards but the poor got nothing.
Come and learn better approaches to help the poor and the country at large.
In India, Mother Teresa graciously helped the poor in her whole life, providing relief to thousands of people. However, slums still exist in Calcutta and every other major city in India. Even if there were a thousand Mother Teresa, slum problems would not fundamentally be solved. In fact, the situation in slums typically worsens over time. However, some countries have experienced a shrinkage in the number of slums because of the contributions of the private sector.
Come and exchange ideas with internationally acclaimed experts. Finding out new solutions for your country's low-income housing policy, penetrating market niches in local context, and responding to the needs of the poor without wasting state resources. (Limited to only 40 participants).
DAY 1: Mon, February 25, 2019
|16:30||Registration (until 18:00)|
|DAY 2: Tue, February 26, 2019|
|08:00||Assembly at the School|
|08:30||Start the Visit|
|09:30||Study visit to Ban Eua-Arthorn, Rangsit Klong 3|
|11:00||Study visit to Low-priced owner-occupied apartments|
|12:00||Travel to Lunch|
|13:00||Start to study visit|
|14:00||Bon Kai slum solution|
|15:00||Rama IV slum land sharing|
|16:00||Klong Toey Highrise apartments for slums|
|17:00||Visit Klong Toey slum|
|18:00||End of Day 3|
|DAY 3: Wed, February 27, 2019|
|09:00||Introduction to the Program|
|10:00||Case Studies: Failed Conventional Approaches to House the Poor
• 1950's public housing: Limited supplies and wrong target groups
• 1960's walk-up apartments: Imitation of western social housing
• 1970's sites-and-serviced scheme: Worldwide application and failure
• 1980's slum improvement program: Insignificant changes in real terms
• 1990's land sharing program: Exception cannot be made norm
• 2000's Ban Mankong and Ban Eua-Arthorn program: Benefiting the Privileged
|13:00||Actual Shrinkage of Urban Slums in Selected Cities: Why and How?
• Kuala Lumpur
|15:00||The New Policy: Enabling the Private Sector to House the Poor - Worldwide Observation|
|16:30||End of Day 2|
|DAY 4: Thu, February 28, 2019|
|09:00||Case Studies: Successful Private Sector Initiatives in Bangkok
• Percent of slum housing in Bangkok, 43% in 1960 and 3% in 2005
• Percent of private housing in Bangkok, 3% in 1974 to 40% in 2005
• Formal housing (1970-2005), 2 mil. and 0.14 units by the private and public sectors
• A site of a former inner-city slum of 1,500 homes in late 1950's compared with the existing
uses to ensure that it should not be kept.
• Even dwellers in an exceptional land-owner slum would like to move out of it due to
substandard condition and environment.
• Units in owner-occupied condominium projects in the fringe where the rent is even lower
than that in slums in prime location.
• A high-rise condominium built for slum dwellers to compensate for the removal of them which is a good example of compensation.
|10:45||Tool 1: Housing Finance Required for Private Initiatives, An International Analysis|
|11:30||Tool 2: Land Readjustment Scheme, Adding More Land Supplies|
|13:00||Tool 3: Construction Technology for Mass Housing|
|13:45||Tool 4: Modeling of Mass Appraisal for the Relocation of Slums|
|14:45||Tool 5: Rental Housing, an Alternative in Transitional Provision|
|15:30||Tool 6: Efficient Data Centre on Slums|
|17:00||End of the Workshop|
Please fill in the registration form and see payment details at our website: https://www.trebs.ac.th/en/register.php?id=38. This fee includes the cost of lectures, materials, and field transportation, lunches and refreshments during the whole program. It does not include the cost for accommodation and travel arrangements.