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School of estate, others advocate to tackle housing deficit

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LAGOS, Nigeria, March 28, 2019 A Special Interest Group (SIG) comprising individuals operating in the real estate sector have come together under the aegis of the School of Estate to address the myriads of lingering housing challenges in Nigeria. As part of a triangulation approach for scientific policy work on challenges and opportunities in funding housing development projects in Nigeria, ...

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Developer urges govt on sustainable housing policies

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Real Estate Developers Association of Nigeria (REDAN), Federal Capital Territory (FCT) chapter Chairman, Mr. Andrew Elerewe, has urged the winner of the presidential election to come up with sustainable and implementable housing policies. In a statement made available to newsmen, he said investors in the sector want the government to evolve realistic housing policies for the sector. He said: “We ...

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The Urban Housing Crisis In Nigeria

urban housing crisis in Nigeria

The relevance of housing in urban and rural environment cannot be over-emphasised. It contributes to the attainment of physical and moral health of a nation, stimulates social stability, the work efficiency, and the development of the individuals. This articles examines the urban housing crisis in Nigeria. Previous responses to the urban housing crisis in Nigeria has failed largely due to ...

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The Ugly Side of Housing Delivery in Nigeria

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It is common knowledge that the average Nigerian presently lives in abject poverty, though the ruling class pretend not to be aware. Sadly, poverty and poor housing have direct bloodlines. This article analyses poor housing delivery in Nigeria. A huge percentage of our populace live in inadequate or inappropriate housing, or worse still totally homeless, especially in urban cities. In ...

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Architect Blames Housing Woes On Inconsistent Policies

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An architect in Port Harcourt, Leonard Ladipo, has identified inconsistency in policy as the problem of development in the housing sector in Nigeria. Ladipo who came up with this while speaking with The Tide shortly after a forum in Port Harcourt recently, noted that many past administrations that formulated various housing policies never accomplished them. According to him, the housing ...

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