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AN ASSESSMENT OF RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBOURHOOD SATISFACTION: A CASE OF BAHATI ESTATE, EASTLANDS, NAIROBI, KENYA
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Various studies in low-income residential neighbourhoods in the old public rental housing estates in Eastlands, Nairobi have been carried out on improving residents’ environments by addressing their user needs and re-planning them using certain urban renewal frameworks. There has however been inadequate research on residential neighbourhood satisfaction. This study explores the potential of filling a gap in knowledge on residential neighbourhood satisfaction in general; and particularly examines the current level of residential neighbourhood satisfaction as perceived by the dwellers. The study explores factors that influence residential neighbourhood satisfaction by focusing on determinants such as structural attributes and quality of housing units, neighbourhood facilities, services and social amenities, locational attributes of residential neighbourhood and the social environment. The study further explores potential ways of improving the residential neighbourhood from the perspective of the dwellers.
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