DETERMINANTS INFLUENCING THE SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION OF MODERN HOUSING PROJECTS IN MIKINDANI, MOMBASA COUNTY

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Most of the houses in Mombasa County are poorly constructed and without approved plans by Municipal Council of Mombasa and there are no urban plans for the structures constructed which makes Mombasa as a city surrounded by many shanty structures in the estates. In recent years, a number of financial institutions have encouraged the development of modern housing structures through provision of Financial assistance in form of loans, grants and implemented inform of projects. A good example is the Chaani housing project. Concerns have been raised on the real factors which facilitates the development of modern housing project in Mombasa County. This research proposal seeks to investigate the determinants of Modern Housing project in Mikindani Mombasa County. The research proposal is based on a review of a wide range of literature on the subject which focused on five main variables namely project Project Initiation, Planning and Design, Involvement of stakeholders, Project Execution and Project Monitoring and control. The research intends to take a random sample of 80 respondents who shall fill questionnaires from a stratified population. The data collected from the sample shall be analyzed using descriptive statistics and inferential statistics to infer on the population on the area of study. The research proposal once finalized can be used as a reference by project owners, managers and the county governments for improving future modern Housing projects.

DETERMINANTS INFLUENCING THE SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION OF MODERN HOUSING PROJECTS IN MIKINDANI, MOMBASA COUNTY
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    Type Project
    Department Project Management
    Project ID PRM0033
    Fee ₦5,000 ($14)
    No of Pages 49 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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