Urban Development

GlobalWorks understands the acute urban planning and infrastructure challenges facing the towns and cities of developing economies.

Utilizing its specialist resources, it works closely with public institutions and private entities to formulate high priority packages of infrastructure improvements across a range of sectors.

Capabilities include:           

- Urban infrastructure planning
- Urban sector strategic assessment
- Alternatives identification and analysis
- Investment project formulation
- Financial and cost recovery analysis
- Safeguards analysis
Tariff and financial system development
- Strengthening implementing institutions
- Stakeholder consultation programs
- Building regulatory and enforcement capacity

                                                                                                                Project                                                                                   Fourth Greater Mekong Subregion Corridor Towns Development Project, June 2018 

Supporting the governments of Cambodia and the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (PDR) in enhancing the competitiveness of towns located along economic corridors in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS).

Outputs                                                                            Improve urban services and competitiveness in the participating towns. This achieves through improved and better integrated regional and local planning, and investment in basic urban infrastructure including, for example, drainage, sanitation, solid waste management, urban roads, river bank protection, and public gardens.  

Impacts                                                                        The project will represent the fourth phase of the GMS Corridor Towns Development Initiative, which supports urban development along economic corridors connecting some of the GMS' largest cities.


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