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The Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs has developed a set of liveability standards in cities which was launched in June 2017 with an objective of developing these standards to generate a liveability index and rate cities against these standards to facilitate a competitive environment amongst cities and result in systematic improvement in the quality of life of citizens.
Manila, along with 139 other cities included in the Global Liveability Report 2017, were assessed using over 30 qualitative and quantitative factors across five broad categories namely stability; healthcare; culture and environment; education; and infrastructure.
Genuine liveability is a top priority in many other parts of the world, and giving people a better level of space and comfort is something that developers in this region must focus on; it has a major influence these days on where people decide to live," Al Rashid concluded.
The EIU's Global Liveability Ranking provides scores out of 100 for lifestyle challenges in 140 cities worldwide.
The report, published late on Thursday, came from an assessment of the best and worst living conditions across the world, an annual survey conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit called "Global Liveability Report".
We are currently working on final arrangements, but the intention is to offer a similar range of activities to Liveability.
The EIU's survey assesses the liveability of cities based on a number of key factors, including stability and the quality of healthcare, culture, the environment, education and infrastructure.
The report noted that several cities suffered a decline in their liveability due to unrest in their areas.
Third, liveability could be assured through the creation of so-called "Living Places": "cleaner, safer and greener" public spaces (ODPM, 2002, page 1).
The fourth issue of Liveability index has unveiled the list of 50 livable Indian cities studied by the Institute for Competitiveness every year.
2 on a scale of 100, according to the latest findings of The Economist Intelligence Unit's Global Liveability Ranking.
There's a new focus in urban planning - liveability, which is possibly about to usurp sustainability as the buzz-word of the moment.