Geoffrey Payne - publications

BOOKS

2019
The Living City: Towards a Sustainable Future, (with David Cadman) Routledge 1990, being reissued 2019.

2004
The Urban Housing Manual: Making Regulatory Frameworks Work for the Poor, (with Michael Majale) Earthscan, London.

2002
Land, Rights and Innovation: Improving tenure security for the urban poor, Intermediate Technology Publications, London.

2000
Urban Projects Manual, (Joint Editor), Liverpool University Press 1983. British contribution to International Year of the Homeless. Second edition.

1999
Making Common Ground: Public/private partnerships in land for housing, (editor) Intermediate Technology Publications (for DFID) London.

1997
Urban Land Tenure and Property Rights in Developing Countries: A Review, ODA/Intermediate Technology Publications, London.

1989
Informal Housing and Land Subdivisions in Third World Cities: a Review of the Literature, CENDEP, Oxford Polytechnic.

1987
Urban Projects Manual, (Joint Editor), Liverpool University Press. British contribution to International Year of Shelter for the Homeless 1987.

1984
Low Income Housing in the Developing World: The Role of Sites and Services and Settlement Upgrading, (Editor), John Wiley.

1977
Urban Housing in the Third World, Leonard Hill and Routledge Kegan Paul.


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BOOK CHAPTERS, PAPERS AND ARTICLES

2014
Policy and Politics in urban land market management: lessons from experience, in Bredenoord, Jan; van Lindert, Paul and Smets, Peer (editors) Affordable Housing in the Urban Global South, Earthscan from Routledge.

2013
A sustainable regulatory framework for affordable provision of public rental housing in China, Chang, Y. Payne, G. and Brhane, M. The 10th China Urban Housing Conference, Shanghai, China, July.

2011
Land Issues in the Rwanda’s Post Conflict Law Reform, Chapter 2 in Home, Robert (editor) Local Case Studies in African Land Law, Pretoria University Law Press.

2009
Social and Economic Impacts of Land Titling Programs in Urban and Peri-Urban Areas: A Short Review of the Literature, (with Durand-Lasserve, Alain and Rakodi, Carole in Lall, Somik, Freire, Mila, Yuen, Belinda, Rajack, Robin and Helluin, Jean-Jacques (editors) Urban Land Markets: Improving Land Management for Successful Urbanization, Springer, New York.

2008
Beware of sub-prime housing policies in developing countries, The Third World poor could be the ultimate victims of the home-loans crisis. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Urban Design and Planning 161, September 2008 Issue DP3 – Pages 93-95.

Owning up: What Price Home Ownership? Housing Finance International, December 12-18.

2006
A journey through space: Cultural diversity in urban planning, Chapter 9 in Asquith, Lindsay and Vellinga, Marcel (editors) Vernacular Architecture in the Twenty-First Century: Theory, education and practice. Taylor and Francis.

2005
Getting ahead of the game: A twin-track approach to improving existing slums and reducing the need for future slums, Environment and Urbanization’ Vol 17 No 1, April.

2004
Between Command and Market Economies: The Changing Roles of Public and Private Housing Sectors in Transitional Economies, in Zetter, Roger and Hamza, Mohammed (Editors) Market Economy and Urban Change: Impacts in the Developing World. Earthscan, London.

2004
Tenure and shelter in urban livelihoods, in Rakodi, C and Loyd-Jones, T (eds) Urban Livelihoods: A people-centred approach to reducing poverty. Earthscan, pp151-164.


2002
Secure Tenure for the Urban Poor, (with A. Durand-Lasserve, E. Fernandes and M. Smolka), CIVIS, No.3, September.

Public-private partnerships in urban land development, in S. Romaya and C. Rakodi (Editors) Building Sustainable Urban Settlements: Approaches and Case Studies in the Developing World ITDG Publishing, London.

Lowering the ladder: regulatory frameworks for sustainable development, in Westendorff, D. and Eade, D. (Editors) Development and Cities. A Development in Practice Reader Oxfam.

Secure Tenure and Cities without Slums, TRIALOG 74, No.3

2001
Urban land tenure policy options: Titles or rights? Habitat International Vol 25, pp415-429.

Legality and Legitimacy in urban Tenure Issues, (with E. Fernandes), Lincoln Institute of Land Policy Working Paper, Cambridge Massachusetts, USA.

Settling for More: Innovative Approaches to Tenure for the Urban Poor, Chapter VII in UN-Habitat and UNESCAP, Seminar on Securing Land for the Urban Poor. Fukuoka, Japan, 02-04.

Lowering the ladder: regulatory frameworks for sustainable development, Development in Practice, Vol.11, No.2&3, pp308-318.

1994
The provision of basic services in Pakistan, Turkey and Egypt, in Mohanty, B (Ed) Urbanisation in Developing Countries: Basic Services and Community Participation. Institute of Social Sciences and Concept Publishing, New Delhi.

1992
Urban design briefs and the implementation of enabling strategies: A proposal, Paper presented at international conference on Policies and housing systems for low-income communities, Cairo, Feb.

1991
Land tenure and urban housing: Some policy issues, Keynote paper presented at International conference on Housing for the Urban Poor, organised by the European Network for Housing Research, Istanbul Sept.

The provision of basic services in Turkey, Pakistan and Egypt, paper presented at the international seminar on basic amenities in the context of rapid urbanization - drinking water and sanitation from a Third World perspective, organised by the Institute of Social Sciences, New Delhi, November.

1990
Why Planning has made no significant impact in ensuring access to land, (Part 4 - Urban land markets: People, property developments and the public sector. What is the effect of planning on access to land pp. 63-72). Paper presented at the Habitat Seminar, Overseas Development Administration, London, October, 1991. Published in Meikle, S., and Safier, M. `Cities and People: Can We Plan the Future?' DPU Working Paper No. 57 DPU.

1989
Urban Housing Policy Issues: Lessons from International Experience, Paper presented at Rio de Janeiro, December.

1985
Ismailia Revisited: A Personal View of Hai el Salam and Abu Atwa Projects. Open House, Vol 10, No. 3.

1984
Turkey (with Rusen Keles), in Wynn, M (ed) Planning and Urban Growth in Southern Europe. Mansell.

The Expanding Literature on Expanding Cities, Built Environment, Vol 10, No. 1.

1983
Housing Agents in the Towns of Papua New Guinea, Built Environment, No. 8.

1981
The Gecekondus of Ankara, chapter in 'Self-Help Housing: A Critique', edited by Peter Ward, Alexandrine Press.

1980
At home in Ankara' and 'The Miri Longhouse of Assam, Process Architecture, May

1976
International Agencies and Third World Development, Architectural Design, Vol XLVI October, pp 601-603.

1973/4
Functions of Informality: Squatter Settlements in Delhi, Architectural Design, August 1973, reprinted in Ekistics, July 1974.

1971
Indian Cities - Development versus Survival, Hindustan Times, August 1971.

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REPORTS

2019
Land-based finance for affordable housing, with Daniela Muňoz-Levy for UN-Habitat, Nairobi, Kenya, December.

2015
Legitimate Land Tenure and Property Rights: Fostering Compliance and Development Outcomes, with James Mitchell, Luke Kozumbo, Clive English and Richard Baldwin, Rapid Evidence Assessment, DFID, August.

2014
Land Tenure in Urban Environments, USAID Issue Brief, with Piaskowy, Anthony and Kuritz, Lauren: March.

2012
HOLDING ON - Security of Tenure: Types, Policies, Practices and Challenges, Geoffrey Payne and Alain Durand-Lasserve, Research paper prepared for the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Adequate Housing, October.

2009
Debate and Pro-Poor Outcomes When Regularising Informal Lands: Urban and Peri-Urban Areas, Geoffrey Payne, Alain Durand-Lasserve and Carole Rakodi, UNDP Discussion Paper 9, Oslo Governance Centre, March.

2003
Safe as Houses?: Securing urban land tenure and property rights, (Editor and contributor) Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, October.

1993
Metropolitan Planning and Management in the Developing World: Spatial Decentralization Policy in Bombay and Cairo, Overview report for the United Nations Centre for Human Settlements, Nairobi.


Experience with the project approach to shelter delivery for the poor, prepared for the United Nations Centre for Human Settlements (Habitat).


1991
Urban land tenure and property rights, Paper prepared for the World Bank.


1988
Training Needs Assessment for Human Settlements in India, (2 vols) Overseas Development Administration, UK.


1982
Project Appraisal and Policy Recommendations for Urban Settlements Provision, submitted to Department of Urban Development, Government of Papua New Guinea.

1977
Ankara: Housing and Planning in an Expanding City, Research report prepared for the Social Science Research Council (three volumes) mimeo.


1973
Squatter Housing and Urban Growth in India, Report prepared for the SSRC.

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Patrick Wakely 2018 photo

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Patrick Wakely 2018 photo


PW new book launch (March 2018)

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PW new book launch (March 2018)


PW new book cover (March 2018)

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PW new book cover (March 2018)


New Book: 'Housing in Developing Cities: Experience and Lessons' (Patrick Wakely)

            

Members of DPU-Associates at event hosted by the DPU on 21 March 2018 to launch, ‘Housing in Developing Cities: Experience & Lessons’ by Patrick Wakely.


Adrian Atkinson 1943-2016: an Appreciation (Patrick Wakely)

                      

ADRIAN ATKINSON AADipl, M.Arch, PhD (1943-2016)


Participatory Urban Housing Strategies: Two Case Studies - Brazil & Sri Lanka (Patrick Wakely)

This paper illustrates Chapter 4 of DPU Working Paper No:163/60: Urban Public Housing Strategies in Developing Countries: Whence and Whither Paradigms, Policies, Programmes and Projects1 that should be read together with it (DPU60 WP163)


PARTICIPATORY URBAN HOUSING STRATEGIES


Two Case Studies


Sri Lanka Million Houses Programme 1983-89

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Rio de Janeiro, Favela Bairro Project 1996-2007

Patrick Wakely


FOREWORD

The paper reviews two prominent, but very different, examples of government support to participatory enabling (‘self-help’) approaches to the procurement of affordable urban housing, services and infrastructure by the lowest income groups, both of which are well known to the DPU, which was closely involved with both of them:
    1)The Urban Housing Sub-programme of the Sri Lanka Million Houses Programme (MHP) through the conduct of extensive training with the National Housing Development Authority (NHDA) for the implementation of the sub-programme -1983-89; and
    2) the Rio de Janeiro Favela Bairro programme through two evaluative research projects funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID) -1999 & 2004.

The Transition Movement (Adrian Atkinson)

Nigel Harris earlier on this website analysed what he saw – and many others also have provided analyses (notably Negri and Hardt’s notion of ‘Empire’) – of the ‘transition’ of the global economy (and maybe of life generally) over the past few decades from a series of national and regional economies to a global economic machine that States (or anyone else) have the power or the political will to control and that seems to have a momentum and direction all of its own. All national governments and, indeed, the global population, have been captured in the flow of globalization that we might say is both economic and more broadly (problematically) a way of understanding what life should be all about, as a result of the opinions and more deeply the lifestyle visions forged and disseminated by the modern media (Atkinson, 2014).

Harry Dimitriou - publications

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

2015
‘The Application of Policy-led Multi-Criteria Analysis to Mega-project Transport Infrastructure Appraisal’, Dimitriou, Harry T. (Editor). The Journal of Research in Transportation Economics, (in press)

2014
‘What Constitutes a “Successful” Mega Transport Project?’ Dimitriou, Harry T. (Editor). Planning Theory and Practice, Interface Section, Vol. 15, Issue 3, pp389-430

2013
‘Institutions and Governance for Urban Mobility’, Dimitriou, Harry T. Planning and Design for Sustainable Urban Mobility: Global Report on Human Settlements 2013, UN-Habitat and Routledge-Earthscan, Nairobi and London, pp75-180

‘Mega Transport Projects – Beyond the “Iron Triangle”: Findings from the OMEGA research programme’, Dimitriou, Harry T., E. John Ward and Philip G. Wright. Progress in Planning, Vol. 86, pp1-43

‘Generic Lessons for Improving the Treatment of Risk, Uncertainty and Complexity in the Planning of Mega Urban Transport Projects’, Dimitriou, Harry T. OMEGA 1 Project - Working Paper 4, OMEGA Centre, UCL, London

2012
Transport Planning for Third World Cities, Dimitriou, Harry T. (Editor). (Routledge Revivals) Routledge, London, first published in 1990

Mega Projects - Executive Summary of Lessons for Decision-Makers: An Analysis of Selected International Large-Scale Transport Infrastructure Projects, Dimitriou, Harry T., Philip G. Wright and E. John Ward. OMEGA Centre, University College London, London, December, pp1-52

2011
Urban Transport in the Developing World: A handbook of policy and practice, Dimitriou, Harry T. and Ralph Gakenheimer (Eds.) Edward Elgar, Cheltenham

‘Introduction’ by Dimitriou, Harry T. and Ralph Gakenheimer in Urban Transport in the Developing World: A handbook of policy and practice, Dimitriou, Harry T. and Ralph Gakenheimer (Eds.) Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp3-7

‘Transport and city development: understanding the fundamentals’ by Dimitriou, Harry T. in Urban Transport in the Developing World: A handbook of policy and practice, Dimitriou, Harry T. and Ralph Gakenheimer (Eds.) Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp8-39

‘Conclusions: emergent crucial themes’ by Dimitriou, Harry T. in Urban Transport in the Developing World: A handbook of policy and practice, Dimitriou, Harry T. and Ralph Gakenheimer (Eds.) Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp589-603

2010
Urban Transport Planning: A developmental approach, Dimitriou, Harry T. (Routledge Revivals), Routledge, London, first published in 1992

‘Incorporating Principles of Sustainable Development Within Design and Delivery of Major Projects: An international study with particular reference to mega urban transport projects’, Dimitriou, Harry, Reg Harman and E. John Ward. Executive Summary of the OMEGA 3 Project, Report for Institution of Civil Engineers and Actuarial Profession, OMEGA Centre, University College London, London

‘Incorporating Principles of Sustainable Development Within Design and Delivery of Major Projects: An international study with particular reference to mega urban transport projects’, Dimitriou, Harry, Reg Harman and E. John Ward. Final Report of the OMEGA 3 Project, Report for Institution of Civil Engineers and Actuarial Profession, OMEGA Centre, University College London, London

2008
‘Generic Lessons for Improving the Treatment of Risk, Uncertainty and Complexity of Mega Transport Projects’, Dimitriou, Harry T., Richard S. Oades, E. John Ward and Philip G. Wright. Working Paper #4 - OMEGA Project 1, OMEGA Centre, University College London, London

2007
‘Ensuring Sustainability’, Dimitriou, Harry T. SEMINAR: Transport for Liveable Cities, Delhi, November (579), pp36-39

Strategic Planning for Regional Development in the UK: A review of principles and practices, Dimitriou, Harry T., and Robin E. Thompson (Eds.) Built Environment Series, Routledge, London

‘Strategic Planning Thought: Lessons from elsewhere’ by Dimitriou, Harry T. in Strategic Planning for Regional Development in the UK: A review of principles and practices, Dimitriou, Harry T., and Robin E. Thompson (Eds.) Built Environment Series, Routledge, London, pp43-65

‘Strategic Thought and Regional Planning: The importance of context’ by Dimitriou, Harry T. and Robin Thompson in Strategic Planning for Regional Development in the UK: A review of principles and practices, Dimitriou, Harry T., and Robin E. Thompson (Eds.) Built Environment Series, Routledge, London, pp43-65

2006
‘Towards a Generic Urban Transport Strategy for Middle-sized Cities in Asia: Lessons from Ningbo, Kanpur and Solo’Dimitriou, Harry T.Habitat International, Vol. 30, pp1082-1099

‘Urban Mobility and Sustainability and the Power of Context in Asia’, Dimitriou, H. T. Transportation Research Record No. 1983, pp140-150

2005
‘Transportation Mega-projects, Globalization and Place-making in Hong Kong and South China’, Dimitriou, H. T., & Oliver Trueb Transportation Research Record No.1924, pp59-68

2003
‘The Urban Transport Planning Process: Its Evolution and Application to Third World Cities’ Dimitriou, H. T. in Urban Transport P. Riteveld, K. Button, P. Neijkamp (Eds.) Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp605-644

‘Transport Problems of the Third World Cities’, Dimitriou, Harry T. in Urban Transport P. Riteveld, K. Button, P. Neijkamp (Eds.) Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp387-421

‘Urban transport, environment and equity: the case for developing countries’, Dimitriou, Harry T. Environmental Planning B Vol. 30 (5), pp789-790

2002
’Sustainable Cities’ Dimitriou, Harry T. and Patrick Wakely in Johannesburg Summit 2002: Challenges and Partnerships, Maurice Fraser (Ed). Agenda Publishing, London, pp132-135

2001
'The Planning of Sustainable Urban Development: the Institutional Dimension' Dimitriou, Harry T. in Planning for a Sustainable Future, Antonia Layard, Simin Davoudi and Susan Batty (Eds.) Spon, London, pp61-79

'The Undeliverable Vision: Problems and Prospects of Motorisation in Asia’, Dimitriou, Harry T. and John Ernst Competition and Change Journal, Vol. 5 (1), pp73-102

1998
Land-Use/transport Planning in Hong Kong: The End of An Era Dimitriou, Harry T. and Alison H.S. Cook (Eds.) Ashgate, Aldershot

’Transport Planning and Metroplan: progress or missed opportunity?’ Dimitriou, Harry T. and Alison H.S. Cook in Land-Use/transport Planning in Hong Kong: The End of An Era Dimitriou, Harry T. and Alison H.S. Cook (Eds.) Ashgate, Aldershot, pp203-246

’Transport and Sustainable Urban Development’ Dimitriou, Harry T. in Land-Use/transport Planning in Hong Kong: The End of An Era Dimitriou, Harry T. and Alison H.S. Cook (Eds.) Ashgate, Aldershot, pp323-362

1995
A Developmental Approach to Urban Transport Planning: An Indonesian Illustration, Dimitriou, Harry T. Avebury Press, Aldershot

1983
’Urban transport problems of third-world cities: the 3rd generation’, Habitat International Vol. 7 (3-4), pp99-110


Harry Dimitriou (2015)

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Harry Dimitriou (2015)


Geoffrey Payne (2014)

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Geoffrey Payne (2014)


Geoff Payne (2014)

Geoff Payne (2014)


Patrick McAuslan 1937-2014

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Patrick McAuslan 1937-2014


Patrick McAuslan MBE, 1937 – 2014: an Appreciation (Edesio Fernandes)

                      Patrick McAuslan 1937-2014

Following an inspiring life fully committed to the promotion of land reform, social justice, legal education and institutional modernisation in developing and urbanising countries, Professor Patrick McAuslan passed away on 11 January 2014, after a short illness. Through his inseparable academic and policy-making work, he left a unique legacy.

On Economic Globalization, Neo-Liberalism and the Nature of the Period – Discussion Notes (Nigel Harris)

Nigel Harris wrote that the charge of “imperialism” has served the Left for a very long time as a supreme accusation against the political order of the world. The term implies not that strong States invariably try to bully weaker ones, nor that “imperialism” is just a fancy name for Washington, but that there is a world political order embodying systemic relations of domination. However, while once there might have been relatively robust theoretical underpinnings to this approach (in Lenin's popularization of the combination of Hobson and Hilferding1), the thesis has long since been shown to be doubtful2. On the other hand, imperialism's opposite, “national self-determination”, seems equally of doubtful validity in conditions of economic globalization. Indeed, these theoretical difficulties become even sharper when it is recognized that Washington, the supposed global hegemon, is itself trapped in an apparently insoluble crisis in the global economic order – the political agenda comes apart from the economic. What follows are some notes for discussion on an alternative approach to characterizing the world order.

Urban social reconstruction after oil (Adrian Atkinson)

In 2012, Adrian Atkinson published an article entitled "Urban social reconstruction after oil" in which he started with an exposé of what is being done currently to alleviate urban problems under present circumstances, focusing predominantly on the South. He then went on to expand a little on the nature of the challenges ahead before exploring ‘solutions’ that are appropriate to the real future that can be expected, post oil. The analysis here followed on from earlier expositions and speculations that he conducted from 2006 to 2008, published in a series of papers under the general title of Cities after oil (Atkinson 2007b, 2007c, 2008). This article took some of the key arguments of his previous analysis a step further.

Adrian Atkinson (2012)

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Adrian Atkinson (2012)


Michael Mattingly (2012)

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Michael Mattingly (2012)


Elizabeth Riley - publications


2011
‘The case for incremental housing’, with P. Wakely, Cities Alliance Policy Research and Working Papers Series, no. 1, June 2011, Cities Alliance, Washington DC

2005
Communities and Communication: Building Urban Partnerships, with P.Wakely, ITDG Publishing, Rugby

2001
‘Favela Bairro and a new generation of housing programmes for the urban poor’, Geoforum, Vol. 32, No. 4, pp. 521-531, with J. Fiori and R. Ramirez

‘Implementing the Habitat Agenda: In Search of Urban Sustainability, DPU/DFID/UNCHS, with S. Meijer et al, London

‘Physical upgrading and social integration’, with J. Fiori and R. Ramirez, DISP 147, Vol. 4, pp. 48-60


Elizabeth Riley

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Elizabeth Riley


PW new photo Nov 10

PW new photo Nov 10


PW photo 2010

PW photo 2010


You Can't Always Get What You Want (Michael Mattingly)

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A response by Michael Mattingly to the terms of reference provided by an international organisation for the design and delivery of an integrated training package on land governance, gender, and grassroots mechanisms.

Patrick McAuslan

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Patrick McAuslan


The Future of Local Economic Development (Adrian Atkinson)

Drawing on his experience and recent work with ILO, Adrian Atkinson reviews the underlying issues of local economic development (LED) in urban and peri-urban areas and makes the case for a re-thinking of support to local enterprise and employment, linking them directly to the macro-economic crisis approaching many cities as a result of ‘peak oil’.

PW 2010

PW 2010


Caroline Moser family photo 1973

Caroline Moser family photo 1973


CM new book cover (2010)

CM new book cover (2010)


Ordinary Families, Extraordinary Lives: Assets and Poverty Reduction in Guayaquil 1978-2004 (Caroline Moser)

Caroline Moser has published reflections and analysis of a quarter of a century’s longitudinal research on the struggle out of poverty of three generations of families’ who started life squatting over tidal mangrove swamps in Guayaquil, Ecuador. [A review article from ‘The Guardian’ (UK national newspaper) and extract from the book’s Prologue].

Goodbye to Natural Resource Based Livelihoods? Crossing the Rural/Urban Divide (Michael Mattingly)

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Continuing to manage natural resources helps peri-urban people to shift from rural to city-based livelihoods. Natural resource management can continue to be important to rural people while an expanding city or town engulfs them. Michael Mattingly and Pam Gregory present this message in the October 2009 issue of Local Environment (Vol. 4, No. 9). The article arose out of Gregory's analysis and synthesis of 10 years of research on peri-urban livelihoods that was financed by the Natural Resources Systems Programme of the UK's Department for International Development and monitored by Michael Mattingly on behalf of the DPU.