The development of self-organised neighbourhoods positions the residents at the centre of the process. They organise themselves to plan, densify and subsequently manage their dwellings collectively. This chapter focuses on defining the type of management that accompanies the housing densification in condominium tenure, and the challenges related to the maintenance and administration of common property areas. Housing management is understood as a multidimensional process in which the correct performance of the condominium is defined by organisational, technical and sociocultural aspects. From the identification of challenges for the community and the institutions, this chapter reflects on the need for cross-sector collaboration and institutional support to ensure a sustainable long-term management.
Original languageMultiple languages
Title of host publicationHousing and Urban Regeneration of Deprived Neighbourhoods in Santiago
Subtitle of host publicationNorth-South Perspectives about Collaborative Processes
EditorsLuz Maria Vergara, Cristian Robertson, Darinka Czischke, Elke Schlack, Rodrigo Tapia
PublisherTU Delft Open
ISBN (Print)978-94-6366-222-2
Publication statusPublished - 2019

Publication series

NameResearch in Urbanism Series (RiUS)
ISSN (Print)1875-0192
ISSN (Electronic)1879-8217

    Research areas

  • Housing management, Condominium housing, self-organisation, Maintenance, Collective administration

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