Development experts have called for inclusion of residents in tracking and monitoring progress in model plans.
13 Jul 2020
The economic fallout from the coronavirus has ruffled the low-income earners and created a new generation of homeless Nigerians in major cities, especially Abuja, Lagos, and Port Harcourt.
21 Mar 2020
Still worried by the Abule Ado explosion that rocked Amuwo Odofin Local Council of Lagos, building experts have warned that except high safety standards and preventive...
6 Jan 2020
Faced with enormous housing shortages, which is compounded by huge number of people moving to Lagos on a daily basis in search of greener pastures...
15 Apr 2019
The first step is for the states to key into the existing housing policy of the Federal Government and make adjustments to reflect their own priorities in housing.
11 Feb 2019
In a bid to develop a framework for urban development, the Edo State Government is collaborating with a firm, Arctic Infrastructure to establish a physical development management agency.
17 Sep 2018
The secretariat of Guagzhou International Award for Urban Innovation has selected 15 cities as the finalists for this year’s competition.The selection process by the technical committee members was held in Surabaya, Indonesia at the sideline of the 7th United Cities and Local Governments-Asia Pacific Congress (UCLG-ASPAC Congress.
27 Mar 2017
The country has between 17million and 18 million housing deficit and will need one million houses yearly to fill the gap. The delay is resulting in the loss of billions of naira in investments as there is no template for planning.
16 Jan 2017
Housing experts have expressed mixed feelings over the 2017 appropriation of N141 billion for the sector, saying that if properly administered could bridge the nation’s housing deficit.
2 Jan 2017
To address Nigeria’s 23 million deficits in housing units, stakeholders in the built environment have advocated for a policy driven incentives for private developers in order to attain affordable housing.
14 Nov 2016
Lack of political will to implement previous national urban policies, has been identified as reason why Nigeria cities cannot measure up in development with the world known urban centres.