Organization claims to have solution for Nigeria's housing problems

The Nigerian Institution of Estate Valuers (NIESV) is promising to provide a solution to Nigeria's housing issues.

Nigerian Institution of Estate Valuers (NIESV) logo

It's no news that Nigeria has a serious housing problem that can only be fixed with the provision of 17 million housing units annually.

However, it looks like this is about to be go away as the Nigerian Institution of Estate Valuers (NIESV) is claiming to have found a solution.

NIESV’s Faculty of Housing is saying that this solution(s) will be revealed at the fourth edition of its annual summit.

Tagged “Effective housing delivery models through community development,” it aims to deliver on it's promise with papers like, “Effective Housing Delivery Models through Community Development Concept”,  “Affordability for Informal Housing Clusters”,  and “Arresting Urban Decay through Effective Housing Management Strategies”.

These papers will be delivered by real expert professionals, they are: Professor Olumide Olusanya of the Department of Architecture, University of Lagos,  Mr. Bode Afolayan, the immediate past president, Real Estate Developers Association of Nigeria (REDAN), and Mr. Darlington Uzu, CEO, Crown Estate Limited, Lekki, Lagos.


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