Cletus Moobela’s research interests are in social housing, land tenure and the development paradigm, and urban regeneration, all with a common theoretical platform of complexity.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Assessing Urban Social Sustainability: Current Capabilities and Opportunities for Future Research

The paper highlights some gaps, needs and priorities identified in current practices and knowledge specifically within the area of urban social sustainability.

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Unlocking the Barriers to Participation of Black and Minority Ethnic Communities in the Decision-Making Processes: The Potential of Multimedia

The paper investigates the barriers to engagement of diversity in planning and design decision-making processes, with emphasis on potential of multimedia techniques in breaking these barriers.

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Investigating the Physical Determinants of Social Capital and Their Implications for Sustainable Urban Development

The aim of the paper is to identify and examine the key physical determinants of social capital within an urban development context

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Using Multimedia to Encourage Public Participation in Planning and Design Decision-making Processes

The paper explores the potential of multimedia in encouraging public participation in planning and design decision-making processes

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Designing the Built Environment to Enhance Quality of Life for the Elderly: Current Perspectives and Opportunities for Bridging the Knowledge Gaps

The paper identifies knowledge gaps on the contribution of the physical built environment in enhancing Quality of Life for the elderly

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