Assessment of residential satisfaction in core area of Ibadan Metropolis, Nigeria.
This study investigated residential satisfaction amongst residents in traditional core area of Ibadan, southwest Nigeria. The study concludes that instead of contemplating on total clearance and eviction of residents as measures for improving the liveability of traditional core areas of urban centres, governments in developing countries need to engage in innovative strategies that will improve...
Published at Journal of human behavior in the social environment
Published in 2018
Adewale, B.A., Ibem, E.O., Amole,B., Adeboye, A.B.
Adewale Bukola » Dr. Bukola Adejoke Adewale holds a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Architecture from the University of Jos. She is fully registered with the Architects Registration Council of Nigeria (ARCON)and the Nigerian Institute of Architects (NIA). She had a Ph.D degree in the Department of Architecture Covenant University where she has also been teaching Specification Writing,... view full profile
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