Appraisal of the Factors Affecting Effective Implementation of the National Housing Policy
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Akinsola, O. E.
Adenuga, O. A.
Iyagba, R. O. A.
The study started by stating the importance of housing by narrating the historical background; the attendant cost of housing delivery, and appraised the factors affecting effective implementation of the National Housing Programme of 1991. The causative factors of inadequate housing provision such as imbalance in housing distribution, high cost of building materials and land use system were examined. The method adopted was based on probabilistic sampling analysis of data, and tested hypotheses. The findings revealed the unpreparedness of government in the execution of the programme. The various problems and constraints of the contractors who handled the projects were highlighted by the survey as fund, unsuitable contractual arrangement, materials diversion etc. The research recommended setting up of monitoring and evaluation committee for similar future undertakings, the substitution of local raw materials to reduce cost, elimination of bureaucracy in governance to reduce delay and payment of mobilization fee on production of certified performance bond.
Housing , National Development , Government Policy on Housing and Shelter , Research Subject Categories::TECHNOLOGY::Civil engineering and architecture::Building engineering
Akinsola O.E, and Adenuga O.A, and Iyagba, R.O. (2007). Appraisal of the Factors Affecting Effective Implementation of the National Housing Policy. Urban and Regional Planning Review, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Lagos, 1(2), 108-115.