Stakeholders within the housing sub-sector stated that besides trendy constructing strategies are adopted, the Federal Authorities’s efforts at bridging the housing hole of over 17 million, wouldn't be fruitful.
The stakeholders who made this assertion in a media parley, stated the traditional manner of developing homes by Nigerians by means of using bricks and morter was too sluggish to provide the required 700,000 housing models every year to bridge the hole, therefore, the necessity for various strategies by means of trendy strategies.
They identified that the present annual 100,000 housing models being constructed by the federal government and actual property builders was too low, given the requirement of 700,000 models every year.
Based on one of many stakeholders, Managing Director and Chief Govt Officer, Afriland Properties, Mrs Uzo Oshoqwe, stakeholders ought to undertake revolutionary strategies for mass housing manufacturing at reasonably priced charges.
Oshoqwe canvassed various constructing supplies, comparable to conventional strategies like clay brick and periwinkle shells, including that the prefabrication methodology had additionally proved to entrance housing manufacturing and cut back price, explaining that using precast development in a reusable mode is price environment friendly and quick.
Additionally talking, former Commissioner for Bodily Planning and City Growth, Lagos State, Mr Toyin Ayinde famous that the necessity for innovation was extra pronounced now greater than ever, saying that the nation wants to enhance on its development methodology, supplies and velocity.
Describing the standard development methodology as too sluggish, he stated it nonetheless predominates the sector as moist development, saying, “we're conversant in the variety of days wanted to anticipate a suspended concrete slab to treatment, stressing that many buildings have failed in a bid to chop down time, making an attempt to truncate the size of time of ready simply to discover a manner of rushing up the method.