They spoke at the Lagos Development Envison Lab (LAGDEL) hosted by the Arctic Infrastructure and the Heinrich Boll Stiftung Nigeria in which young professionals in the built environment and youth from different low-income communities in Lagos were pre selected.
Controversy trails plan to sell Nasarawa property in three states
The party further alleged that attempt by Governor Almakura and his commissioner of Finance Ayuba Dogara to liquidate the Nasarawa Investment and Property Development Limited is not in accordance with the company and allied matter act.
Court reverses suspension of FHA Homes MD
The National Industrial Court sitting in Abuja has reversed the suspension of the Managing Director of FHA Homes Limited, Roland Igbinoba.
Group, experts chart path for low-income housing
Programme Manager of Heinrich Boell Stiftun, Mrs. Monika Umunna, stressed that housing is one of the biggest issues all over the world, which has led to middle income earners and low-income earners having a big challenge of...
FG engages 653 contractors for mass housing scheme
The projects planned in 33 states are part of the National Housing programme’s pilot scheme, which is at various stages of completion. Among those employed for the housing projects are artisans.
Group targets four states in new housing index
The Foundation has successfully published “The State of the Lagos Housing Market – 2009 and 2016 editions”; and also “The State of Abuja Housing Market Report– 2017 edition”.
Nigeria showcases mortgage market system at U.S. summit
The Nigeria Mortgage Refinance Company Plc (NMRC) was amongst the 800 participants consisting of government and business leaders that attended the Corporate Council on Africa (CCA) U.S. and Africa Business Summit hosted in Washington DC .
Can low-income earners build a home?
Sam Odia, the Chief Executive Officer, Millard Fuller Foundation (MFF), “Affordability is determined by a number of factors, key of which are the income level of the buyer, the cost of land, materials and labour that go into building the house and the cost of funds.”
CBN picks eight microfinance banks for FG’s ‘My Own Home’ scheme
The scheme, ‘My Own Home’ comes as an offshoot of the Nigeria Housing Finance Programme (NHFP) set up by the Federal Government and implemented by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) with the support of World Bank’s $300 million loan.
Engineers seek more funding for nation’s infrastructure
According to them, Nigerian Local Content Act popularly called “NOGICD Act 2010” was a major change agent for engineering design by increasing the domiciliation of engineering to over 55per cent from 5 per cent.