Role of Private Sector in Affordable Housing Delivery

Role of Private Sector in Affordable Housing Delivery

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Introduction
The housing sector plays a more crucial role in the country’s welfare as it directly affects not only the well-being of the citizenry, but also the performance of other sectors of the economy. In recognition of this, the Nigerian government has over the years initiated policies and programmes to address the housing challenges, but with little/no success. Experts have put the housing shortage in Nigeria as at 2005 at between 12million to 14 million (Adejumo, 2008: Oluwaluyi, 2008). According to Babade (2007), to adequately house the urban population in Nigeria, a conservative figure of 409,227 housing units should have been constructed in 1990. Due to neglect, the figure rose to 783,042 units in 1995; 1,333,176 units in the year 2000; 1,543,318 units in 2003 and 2,171,603 units in 2010. This is serious considering the poor showing of the housing sector.

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