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The development of projects in isolation and such treatment by urban development authorities can lead to socioeconomic success or failure in projects. This dilemma has its roots in poor initial

The development of projects in isolation and such treatment by urban development authorities can lead to socioeconomic success or failure in projects. This dilemma has its roots in poor initial planning both at the level of individual project, and that of community and neighborhoods. Although the facts like project success or failure are readily determinable in case of socioeconomic sustainability, it is difficult to determine how various variables interact in determining project success.

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    Ahmad, T., Thaheem, M. J., Anwar, A., & Din, Z. U. (2016). Buildings and Their Integration in Communities: Case Study of a Parking Plaza. Procedia Engineering, 145, 88-95. doi:10.1016/j.proeng.2016.04.022

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