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MID-TERM REPORT OF FEDERAL MINISTRY OF LANDS, HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT By
Ms. A. I. PEPPLE, CFR Minister of Lands, Housing and Urban Development

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Ministry of Housing and Urban Development

  1. 1. FEDERAL MINISTRY OF LANDS, HOUSINGAND URBAN DEVELOPMENTByMs. A. I. PEPPLE, CFRMinister of Lands, Housing and Urban Development20th June, 2013PRESENTATION AT THE 2013MINISTERIAL PLATFORM1
  2. 2. OUTLINE• Background Information• Mandate• Vision and Mission• Constituting Agencies, Departments andUnits• Key Achievements• Moving the Sector Forward• Conclusion2
  3. 3. BACKGROUND INFORMATION Housing is universally accepted as the second mostimportant human need, after food, hence, the NigerianState is enjoined by Section 16(1)(d) of the 1999Constitution under the Fundamental Objectives andDirective Principles of State Policy “to providesuitable and adequate shelter for all Citizens’’. Under the Transformation Agenda and Vision 20: 2020,the provision of accessible and affordable housing isone of the strategic national imperatives forguaranteeing the well-being and productivity of thecitizenry.3
  4. 4. BACKGROUND INFORMATION ...Cont’d• The Federal Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development,established as a free-standing Ministry in April 2010, is theumbrella policy arm of the Federal Government charged with theresponsibility of ensuring adequate and sustainable housingdelivery and maintenance of a conducive living environment thatmeets the needs and aspirations of the Nigerian citizens.• Prior to this, between 1975 and 2010, most of the functions of theMinistry were performed under various other Ministries, such asHousing, Works and Environment.• Due to this history of institutional instability and many changes ofdirection over the years, arising from mergers and demergers,the Housing and Urban Development Sector had been organisedunder different administrative/institutional arrangements.• The frequent changes in the status, tenure, nomenclature andmandate of the Ministry over the years, have adversely affectedthe Ministry in discharging its functions efficiently andeffectively.• It is, however, encouraging that today, sufficient attention isbeing accorded by the present Administration, to its corefunctions of Land Administration, Housing Delivery and UrbanDevelopment. 4
  5. 5. MANDATESome of the key functions of the Ministry which have beenconsolidated over time include the following:• formulating policies and setting standards;• coordinating activities and providing oversight;• monitoring the implementation of policies and enforcingcompliance with codes, regulations and standards;• providing, upgrading and maintaining infrastructure for thehousing stock, including public buildings of Federal Ministries;• promoting sustainable development of liveable, functional andproductive towns and cities;• supporting State Governments in the realization of the nationalstrategic goals in the housing and urban development sector;and• forging partnerships with key stakeholders, including theorganized private sector and development partners, toadvance the national agenda on effective land administrationand management, affordable housing delivery and sustainableurban development.5
  6. 6. VISION AND MISSION• Vision Statement“To establish a sustainable housing deliverysystem that will ensure easy access to homeownership and rental schemes by the Nigerianpopulace in an environment where basicphysical and social amenities are available’’.• Mission Statement“To facilitate the provision of adequate andaffordable housing for all Nigerians, in both theurban and rural areas, in secure, healthy anddecent environment’’.
  7. 7. CONSTITUTING AGENCIES,DEPARTMENTS/UNITS The Ministry is currently structured into eight (8) Departmentsand ten (10) Units. There are also two (2) Parastatals underthe supervision of the Ministry. DepartmentsArchitectural ServicesBuilding & Quantity SurveyingEngineering ServicesLands & HousingUrban & Regional DevelopmentFinance & AccountsHuman Resources ManagementPlanning, Research & Statistics 7
  8. 8. CONSTITUTING AGENCIES ANDDEPARTMENTS/UNITS cont’d Units Legal Internal Audit Servicom Procurement Press & Public Relations Anti-Corruption Stock Verification Cadastral Survey Public Private Partnership (PPP) Millennium Development Goals (MDG) ParastatalsFederal Housing Authority (FHA)Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN)8
  9. 9. KEY ACHIEVEMENTS (29th May, 2011 – May 2013)DEVELOPMENT OF ENABLING SECTOR POLICIES• On assumption of duty on 18th July, 2011 it became evidentthat the Ministry had been operating without Governmentapproved policies to guide its course of action.• Hence, necessary actions were taken to ensure thedevelopment of the National Housing Policy and the NationalUrban Development Policy through an inclusive andparticipatory process involving all key stakeholders in the builtenvironment.• The two (2) policy documents were approved by the FederalExecutive Council (FEC) on Wednesday, 20th June, 2012. Theyhad earlier been favourably considered by the EconomicManagement and Implementation Team (EMIT) on 19thDecember, 2011 and the National Economic Council (NEC) on10th May, 2012.• The public presentation of the policy documents was madeon Thursday, 15th November, 2012 in Port-Harcourt, RiversState.
  10. 10. GOAL OF THE NATIONAL HOUSING POLICY (NHP)The goal of the NHP is to:‘ensure that all Nigerians own or have access to decent, safeand sanitary housing in healthy environment withinfrastructural services at affordable cost, with securetenure’.This positions the housing sector as one of the prime drivers ofsocio-economic development, including job creation andemployment, as well as accelerated national transformation.10
  11. 11. GOAL OF THE NATIONAL URBAN DEVELOPMENT POLICY(NUDP)The goal of the NUDP is to:‘promote a dynamic system of urban settlements,which fosters sustainable economic growth, promotes efficienturban and regional planning anddevelopment, as well as ensures improved standardof living and well-being of Nigerians’.11
  12. 12. REVIEW OF THE NATIONAL BUILDING CODE• The National Building Code, which was published in 2006, is beingreviewed and updated by the Ministry, in collaboration with the NationalBuilding Code Advisory Committee.• On approval by the Federal Executive Council, the Ministry willchampion the process of ensuring compliance with its provisionsthrough proper enforcement by the three tiers of Government,Professional and Regulatory Bodies, and other relevant stakeholders.• The House of Representatives has commenced the process ofenacting a law to enforce the provisions of the National Building Codein the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.• In consonance with Sections 1, 2 and 3 of the Code, all the States ofthe Federation are expected to domesticate the proposed Act of theNational Assembly in their respective States to ensure effectiveimplementation of the Code nationwide.12
  13. 13. • No. of Certificates of Occupancy (C of Os) granted = 2,667• No. of consent granted for the transfer of land titles = 1,651• No. of serviced plots created through the Ministry = 3,787• The Ministry is working in partnership with the PresidentialTechnical Committee on Land Reform, and other stakeholders, toaddress the plethora of issues in land administration andmanagement. The aim is to ensure that land owners have securedtitles and bankable assets.• Discussions are on-going with State Governors to reduce the cost ofland title applications and turnaround time to approve landapplications in order to bring down the prices of houses for thecitizenry.• In addition, efforts are being intensified to update and upgrade theland data-base management/processing system in the country.13LAND ADMINISTRATION
  14. 14.  Since the inauguration of President Jonathan’sAdministration on 29th May, 2011, a total of 16,447 housingunits were added to the national stock through variousinterventions by the Ministry and its two Parastatals, namelythe Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN) and theFederal Housing Authority (FHA). These include:• 238 housing units under the Prototype Housing Scheme;• 2,009 housing units under Public-PrivatePartnership/Contractor Finance;• 1,756 housing units through the Federal Housing Authority(FHA);• 4,934 housing units through mortgages created by theFederal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN); and• 7,510 housing units through estate development loansprovided by the FMBN.14HOUSING DELIVERY
  15. 15. 15Summary of Progress on Housing DeliveryS/N Establishment CompletedHousing UnitsOn-GoingHousingUnitsTotalNumber ofHousingUnitsExpectedNumber ofBeneficiaries1 Ministry (Prototype Housing Schemes at Asaba,Kuje and Lagos)238 24 262 1,5722 Federal Housing Authority (FHA){Note that FHA has also, signed-up partnershipAgreements with some States for the provisionof 6,000 housing units in eight States namely:Kaduna, Gombe, Benue, Anambra, Cross-River,Osun, Bayelsa and Lagos}.1,756 384 2,140 12,8403 Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN)a. Estate Developers Loan (EDL)b. Primary Mortgage Institutions (NHFMortgages)7,5104,934--7,5104,93445,06029,6044 Public Private Partnership (PPP) – ContractorFinance Initiative2,009 1,275 3,284 19,704TOTAL 16,447 1,683 18,130 108,780
  16. 16. Details of the Contractor-Finance Initiative Programme16Achievements Cont’dS/No STATE NO OFDEVELOPERSSIZE OF LAND(HECTARES)No OF HOUSESREALIZABLETYPE OF BUILDINGTECHNOLOGYLEVEL OFIMPLEMENTA-TION1. ADAMAWA 2 13 260 TRADITIONAL Site HandedOver2. CROSS RIVER 18 250 5,000 ADVANCED BAMBOOPRODUCT/NIBRRIBRICKS/TRADITIONALSite HandedOver3. DELTA 11 25 500 PLASSWALL/TRADITIONAL DeveloperMobilized to Site4. EDO 5 184 3,680 PLASSWALL/INSULATEDCONCRETEFORMS/TRADITIONALCompensationyet to be Paid5. ENUGU 4 30 600 NIBRRI BRICKS/TRADITIONAL DeveloperMobilized to Site6. KATSINA 2 8 160 TRADITIONAL 102 Units atLintel Level7. KOGI 4 21.15 423 AMERICAN BUILDINGSYSTEM/TRADITIONALWorks atFoundation Level8. LAGOS 2 5.04 136 TRADITIONAL Sand-Filling inProgress9. NASSARAWA 28 109 2,180 HYDRAFORM/NIBRRIBRICKS/WESTERN FORMTECH/TRADITIONALSite Issue yet tobe Resolved10. OGUN 15 224 4,500 AMERICAN BUILDINGSYSTEM/INSULATED CONCRETEFORM/TRADITIONALSite HandedOver11. TARABATOTAL19220889.1967217,939TRADITIONAL 50 Units at LintelLevel
  17. 17. PPP- 4 COMPLETED TOWN HOUSES AT IJORA, LAGOS BY M/SSOUTHERNPOLE ASSOCIATE SERVICES LTD17
  18. 18. PPP- 28 ON-GOING TOWN HOUSES AT IJORA BY M/SSOUTHERNPOLE ASSOCIATE SERVICES LTD18
  19. 19. PPP- 10 COMPLETED LUXURY TOWN HOUSES AT RUXTONROAD, IKOYI, LAGOS BY M/S FUNTAI LTD19
  20. 20. PPP- 10 COMPLETED LUXURY TOWN HOUSES AT RUXTONROAD, IKOYI, LAGOS BY M/S FUNTAI LTD20
  21. 21. 21PROTOTYPE HOUSING SCHEMES3 – BEDROOM SEMI-DETACHED BUNGALOWS AT THE PUBLIC SERVANTS HOUSING ESTATE,KUJE, ABUJA. (200 UNITS COMPLETED AND 6 UNITS ON-GOING)
  22. 22. 22PROTOTYPE HOUSING SCHEMES3 – BEDROOM SEMI-DETACHED BUNGALOWS AT THE PUBLIC SERVANTS HOUSING ESTATE,KUJE, ABUJA. (200 UNITS COMPLETED AND 6 UNITS ON-GOING)
  23. 23. 3 – BEDROOM SEMI-DETACHED BUNGALOWS AT THE PUBLIC SERVANTS HOUSING ESTATE, KUJE, ABUJA..(200 UNITS COMPLETED AND 6 UNITS ON-GOING)3 – BEDROOM SEMI-DETACHED BUNGALOW S AT THE PROTOTYPE HOUSING SCHEME ESTATE, ASABA, DELTA STATE.(28 UNITS COMPLETED)PROTOTYPE HOUSING SCHEMES23
  24. 24. 24ON-GOING FHA / ENL LTD PARTNERSHIP PROJECTS PHASE 1 AT APO, FCT(458 UNITS OUT OF 1,300 UNITS EXPECTED)5 Bedroom Detached Duplex (FHA/ENL Partnership)5 Bedroom Semi Detached Triplex(FHA/ENL Partnership)4 Bedroom Semi Detached Duplex(FHA/ENL Partnership)
  25. 25. 254 Bedroom Detached Duplex (FHA/ENL Partnership)ON-GOING FHA / ENL LTD PARTNERSHIP PROJECTS PHASE 1 AT APO, FCT(458 UNITS OUT OF 1,300 UNITS EXPECTED)
  26. 26. 26ON-GOING FHA / ENL LTD PARTNERSHIP PROJECTS PHASE 1 AT APO,FCT (458 UNITS OUT OF 1,300 UNITS EXPECTED)4 Bedroom Semi Detached Duplex (FHA/ENL Partnership)
  27. 27. 275 Bedroom Detached Duplex (FHA/ENL Partnership)ON-GOING FHA / ENL LTD PARTNERSHIP PROJECTS PHASE 1 ATAPO, FCT (458 UNITS OUT OF 1,300 UNITS EXPECTED)
  28. 28. 285 Bedroom Semi Detached Triplex (FHA/ENL Partnership)ON-GOING FHA / ENL LTD PARTNERSHIP PROJECTS PHASE 1 ATAPO, FCT (458 UNITS OUT OF 1,300 UNITS EXPECTED)
  29. 29. 294 Bedroom Terraced Duplex (FHA/ENL Partnership)ON-GOING FHA / ENL LTD PARTNERSHIP PROJECTS PHASE 1 ATAPO, FCT (458 UNITS OUT OF 1,300 UNITS EXPECTED)
  30. 30. 46 Units of 4 Bedroom Semi DetachedDuplex (Direct Construction)30FHA HOUSING PROJECTS27 Units of 3 Bedroom TerracedDuplex (Direct Construction)25 Units of 4 Bedroom DetachedDuplex (Direct Construction)5 Units of 5 Bedroom DetachedTriplex (Direct Construction)
  31. 31. 31ON-GOING ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE WITHIN FHA PROJECT SITEFHA HOUSING PROJECTS
  32. 32. 32FHA HOUSING PROJECTS20 Units of 4 BedroomDetached Duplex, 48Units of 3 Bedroom RowDuplex & 12 Units of 2Bedroom Block of Flaton-going FHA HousingEstate at Yenagoa,Bayelsa State (80 Units)
  33. 33. ON-GOING FEDERAL HOUSING AUTHORITY PROJECT AT ABESAN 13, LAGOS(13 BLOCKS CONSISTING OF 6 NOS. OF 3 BEDROOM FLATS EACH) [TOTALOF 78 UNITS] .FHA HOUSING PROJECTS33
  34. 34. 36 UNITS OF 2 BEDROOM SEMI-DETACHED & 50 UNITS OF 3 BEDROOM DETACHEDBUNGALOW ON-GOING FEDERAL HOUSING AUTHORITY PROJECT AT ODUKPANI,CROSS RIVER STATE (TOTAL OF 86 UNITS)FHA HOUSING PROJECT cont’d.34
  35. 35. FHA HOUSING PROJECTS cont’d.36 COMPLETED HOUSING UNITS OF 2 BEDROOM LUXURY BLOCK OF FLATSAT FHA GWARINPA ESTATE (TEAM 7), FCT-ABUJA. 35
  36. 36. FHA HOUSING PROJECTS cont’d.2 & 3 BEDROOM BUNGALOW ON-GOING FEDERAL HOUSING AUTHORITYPROJECT AT GONIN GORA, KADUNA STATE (87 UNITS)36
  37. 37. FHA HOUSING PROJECTS cont’d.3730 UNITS OF 2 BEDROOM SEMI-DETACHED BUNGALOW AND 50 UNITS OF 3 BEDROOM DETACHED BUNGALOWWITH TOTAL OF 80 UNITS ON-GOING FHA PROJECT AT GOMBE
  38. 38. 38225 Units of 2 & 3 Bedroom Detached and Semi-Detached Bungalows, 4 Bedroom Row & semi-detached duplex and 5 bedroom luxury duplex atGrace Estate Irette, OwerriFHA/TANGENT PARTNERSHIP HOUSING PROJECTS cont’d.
  39. 39. FHA/TANGENT PARTNERSHIP HOUSING PROJECTS cont’d.393 Bedroom Semi-Detached Bungalow 3 Bedroom Detached Bungalow4 Bedroom Semi-Detached Duplex 5 Bedroom Luxury Duplex
  40. 40. Achievements Cont’dFHA New Town Development Scheme in Abuja• In its determination to further drive the development ofthe Federal Capital Territory, the Federal Housing Authority(FHA) applied to the Federal Capital TerritoryAdministration (FCTA) for the allocation of 2,000 hectaresof land at Kuchiko and Ija Districts for the provision of25,000 housing units under the Abuja New TownDevelopment Scheme. It is gratifying to note that at theMortgage Finance Roundtable held on Thursday, 3rd May2012, the Honourable Minister of FCT announced theapproval of the allocation of 1,000 hectares of land to FHAfor the Housing Scheme.40
  41. 41. FMBN SPONSORED ESTATESKofare,Yola,Adamawa State400 Housing units of 2 and 3Bedroom Bungalows (Completed) 41
  42. 42. FMBN SPONSORED ESTATES cont’d.Ebonyi State Housing Dev. CorporationMinistry of Works & Housing, Area Office, HospitalRoad, Abakaliki, Ebonyi State340 units EDL of 2 and 3Bedroom Bungalows(ON-GOING)42
  43. 43. FMBN SPONSORED ESTATES cont’d.Kulende – Sobi Road, Ilorin, Kwara state. 250 Housing units of 2 and 3 BedroomBungalows (COMPLETED) 43
  44. 44. 44FMBN SPONSORED ESTATES cont’d.Trademore Mega City Estate, Lugbe, Abuja.2,500 housing units of 2 and 3 Bedroom (COMPLETED) and 1000 units (ON-GOING)Phase 2Phase 3
  45. 45. 45FMBN SPONSORED ESTATES cont’d.Suntrust Real Estate (Aviation Village District), Lugbe, 270 Mixed HousingDevelopment (on-going ) Abuja-FCT
  46. 46. 46FMBN SPONSORED ESTATES cont’d.Jedo Housing Estate Lugbe, Abuja--- 250 Mixed Housing Development(On-going)
  47. 47. www.fmbnigeria.org 47FMBN SPONSORED ESTATES cont’d.
  48. 48. Kulende – Sobi Road, Ilorin, Kwara State500 Housing units of 2 and 3 Bedroom Bungalows (On-Going)48FMBN SPONSORED ESTATES cont’d.
  49. 49. www.fmbnigeria.orgLafiyawo, Tunfure Area,Akko, Gombe350 Housing units of 2 and 3Bedroom Bungalows(On–going)49FMBN SPONSORED ESTATES cont’d.
  50. 50. www.fmbnigeria.orgGrace Housing Estate,Makurdi, Benue State.100 Housing units of 2 and 3 BedroomBungalows (Completed) and 100 Units(On-Going)50FMBN SPONSORED ESTATES cont’d.
  51. 51. Achievements Cont’dSite and Services• The Ministry is currently establishing 150 fullyserviced residential plots per site in 12 States ofthe 6 Geopolitical Zones of the Federation and theFCT. Some of the pilot site areas are Kuje in FCT;Igbogbo & Osborne II in Lagos State; Gubio Road,Yola in Adamawa State; Bichi in Kano State; Bidain Niger State; Republic Layout in Enugu State;and Runmudamaya, Port-Harcourt in Rivers State.51
  52. 52. 52COMPLETED ASPHALTIC PAVEMENT WITHREINFORCED CONCRETE DRAINS AT IGBOGBO,LAGOS.OPENINIG UP OF NEW ROAD ANDBLINDING OF THE ROAD INPREPARATION FOR FINAL SURFACINGAT BUNI YADI, YOBE STATEBEFOREAFTERSITE AND SERVICES SCHEME
  53. 53. 53COMPLETED ASPHALTIC PAVEMENTWITH REINFORCED CONCRETEDRAINS AT IGBOGBO, LAGOS.SITE AND SERVICES SCHEME
  54. 54. 54SITE AND SERVICES SCHEMEPROVISION OF ROAD ANDDRAINS UNDER SITE ANDSERIVCES SCHEME IN KUJE-ABUJAPROVISION OF WATER UNDERSITE AND SERIVCES SCHEME INGWAGWALADA- ABUJA
  55. 55. 55COMPLETED ROADS ANDDRAINS AT (FGN II)GWAGWALADA- ABUJASITE AND SERVICES SCHEME
  56. 56. ALTERNATIVE BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES• A significant development in the current effort athousing delivery, is the adoption of alternativebuilding technologies in some of the project sites.Worthy of note, are the light gauge steelconstruction technology, plasswall and plassmolitetechnology, hydraform technology, and burnt bricks.• The delivery of the housing units at Kuje, using thelight gauge steel technology, has been facilitated bythe establishment of a factory for the production ofsteel profiles. The factory has the capacity toproduce the components for two housing units in aday. During housing construction, fifteen (15) peoplework on a twin block of three bedroom and build itin ten (10) days after foundation.
  57. 57. 57KUJE PILOT HOUSING SCHEME USING LIGHT GAUGE STEELCONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY (20 out of the 80 Units Completed).
  58. 58. 58KUJE PILOT HOUSING SCHEME USING LIGHT GAUGE STEELPROFILES CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY
  59. 59. 59FACTORY AT KUJE PRODUCING LIGHT GAUGE STEEL PROFILES
  60. 60. 60KUJE PILOT HOUSING SCHEME USING PLASSWALL & PLASSMOLITETECHNOLOGY (4 out of the 60 Units Completed).
  61. 61. 61KUJE PILOT HOUSING SCHEME USING HYDRAFORM TECHNOLOGY (114UNITS of 2-3 BEDROOM)1 EXAMPLE UNIT BY NIGERIAN BUILDING & ROAD RESEARCHINSTITUTE (NIBRRI) ZONE 5 ABUJA.
  62. 62. 62Brick City ABUJA (On-Going) 300 Units in Phase Iand 700 Units in Phase II ofVarious house types.
  63. 63. 63BRICK CITY ABUJA (ON-GOING) 300 UNITS IN PHASE I AND 700UNITS IN PHASE II
  64. 64. • The Ministry has been supporting the “Bill on SocialHousing for Nigeria” which is awaiting passage bythe National Assembly.• The Ministry is also, partnering with Cyrus ProjectsNigeria Limited, a consortium of Nigerians in theDiaspora, to build unity villages in the country, totalling10,000 units in each of the six geo-political zones.Under the Agreement, the Ministry is currently fundingthe provision of infrastructure for the social housingcomponent of the project in a pilot phase in Lafia,Nasarawa State.64SOCIAL/AFFORDABLE HOUSING SCHEME
  65. 65. • The Ministry, in collaboration with the ASO Savings & LoansPlc and the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria, is developing144 mixed housing units of 1-3 bedroom apartments at Lugbe,Abuja. The foundation laying ceremony took place onTuesday, 24th April, 2012. The project is, however, currentlyencumbered pending the resolution of some outstandingissues with the FCTA/FCDA.• In addition, estate developers are enjoined to embrace theconcept of mixed development in housing delivery and ensurethat at least 20% of the total number of housing units built in aproject site are allocated to low-cost housing ranging betweenN1.5 million – N5.0 million for 1-3 bedroom houses.• Moreover, the Ministry is collaborating with domesticproducers for the supply of building materials to estatedevelopers at factory prices.65SOCIAL/AFFORDABLE HOUSING SCHEME Cont’d
  66. 66. 66FOUNDATION LAYING CEREMONY OF 144 MIXED HOUSING UNITS BY THE HON. MINISTER OF LANDS,HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT, MS. AMAL I. PEPPLE CFRSOCIAL/AFFORDABLE HOUSING SCHEME, LUGBE
  67. 67. 67SOCIAL/AFFORDABLE HOUSING SCHEME, LUGBEARCHITECTURAL 3D DESIGN OF THE 144 MIXED HOUSING UNITS OF1-3 BEDROOM APARTMENTS AT LUGBE, ABUJA.
  68. 68. PROPOSED RIVERS STATE HEALTH VILLAGE, PORT-HARCOURT• The Ministry is giving technical support for thedevelopment of 2,000 housing units in Rivers State.• Architectural drawings for various house types and thehypothetical layout plan have been prepared forsubmission to the Port-Harcourt Region DevelopmentAuthority for allocation of 100 hectares of land.• The “NEEDS SURVEY ASSESSMENT FORMS” havebeen filled by over 10,000 prospective subscribers. Thisis to ascertain the specific needs/requirements of thetarget beneficiaries.68
  69. 69. 69PROPOSED RIVERS STATE HEALTH VILLAGE, PORT-HARCOURT
  70. 70. 70PROPOSED RIVERS STATE HEALTH VILLAGE, PORT-HARCOURT2000 Housing Units (0n-going )
  71. 71. 71LAYOUT SURVEY OF SITES &SERVICES SCHEME,FMLH&UD DUTSE, JIGAWASTATE.AS-BUILT SURVEY PLAN OFFEDERAL LOW COSTHOUSING ESTATE, MGBIDI,IMO STATE.
  72. 72. PUBLIC BUILDINGS & MONUMENTS• Apart from efforts towards rehabilitating and maintaining the 23existing Federal Secretariats in the country, the FederalGovernment, through the Federal Ministry of Lands, Housing andUrban Development, is currently undertaking the construction of6 new Secretariats at a total cost of N15.284 billion.• The new Secretariats are located in each geopolitical zone, namelyAwka, Anambra State (South East); Yenagoa, Bayelsa State(South-South); Oshogbo in Osun State (South West); Gombe inGombe State (North East); Nasarawa in Nasarawa State (NorthCentral) and Gusau in Zamfara State (North West). Work isprogressing satisfactorily in each of the project sites.
  73. 73. PUBLIC BUILDINGS & MONUMENTS Cont’d• In addition, the Ministry provides comprehensive Architectural and EngineeringConsultancy Services (including design, construction supervision, rehabilitation,restoration and general maintenance) to other MDAs including:– Federal Ministry of Health– Ministry of Interior– Federal Ministry of Women Affairs– Ministry of Foreign Affairs– Federal Ministry of Youth Development– Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment– Federal Ministry of Labour and Productivity– Federal Ministry of Education– Ministry of Defence– Federal Ministry of Culture and Tourism– The Presidency/State House– Police Service Commission– Public Complaints Commission
  74. 74. PUBLIC BUILDINGS & MONUMENTS Cont’d• Also, work on the Mausoleum and LibraryComplex at Onitsha, in honour of late Rt. Hon. Dr.Nnamdi Azikiwe, is progressing satisfactorily. Theproject is being executed at a cost of N1.497billion.• These are in recognition of the importance ofpublic buildings and monuments as symbols ofnational pride and invaluable national assets.
  75. 75. MODEL OF NEW FEDERAL SECRETARIATS75NEW FEDERAL SECRETARIATS AT AWKA, YENAGOA, GOMBE, LAFIA,OSOGBO AND GUSAU (MODEL)
  76. 76. 76NEW FEDERAL SECRETARIAT, YENAGOAFOUNDATION LAYING CEREMONY BY HIS EXCELLENCY, PRESIDENT & COMMANDER – IN-CHIEF, DR. GOODLUCK EBELE JONATHAN, GCON, GCFR
  77. 77. 77NEW FEDERAL SECRETARIAT, YENAGOA(UNDER CONSTRUCTION)
  78. 78. NEW FEDERAL SECRETARIAT, GOMBE78FOUNDATION LAYING CEREMONY BY HIS EXCELLENCY,VICE-PRESIDENT, ARC. NAMADI SAMBO, GCON
  79. 79. NEW FEDERAL SECRETARIAT, GOMBE(UNDER CONSTRUCTION)79
  80. 80. 80NEW FEDERAL SECRETARIAT, AWKAFOUNDATION LAYING CEREMONY BY THE SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNMENT OF THEFEDERATION, SEN. ANYIM PIUS ANYIM GCON
  81. 81. 81NEW FEDERAL SECRETARIAT, AWKA(UNDER CONSTRUCTION)
  82. 82. NEW FEDERAL SECRETARIAT, LAFIA82FOUNDATION LAYING CEREMONY BY THE HON. MINISTER OF LANDS, HOUSING AND URBANDEVELOPMENT, MS AMAL I. PEPPLE , CFR
  83. 83. 83NEW FEDERAL SECRETARIAT, LAFIA(UNDER CONSTRUCTION)
  84. 84. NEW FEDERAL SECRETARIAT, OSOGBO(FOUNDATION LAYING CEREMONY)84
  85. 85. NEW FEDERAL SECRETARIAT, OSOGBO(UNDER CONSTRUCTION)85
  86. 86. 86NEW FEDERAL SECRETARIAT, GUSAU(UNDER CONSTRUCTION)
  87. 87. PROFESSIONAL, ARTISANAL AND VOCATIONALTRAINING/DEVELOPMENT• 140 Artisans were trained in the Vocational Training Centres of the Ministrywhile 56,294 represented the number of professionals in the Housing Sectorwho graduated from tertiary institutions in 2011 and 2012.• A School of Architectural and Building Technicians is being established in Kuje,and will be fully equipped as funds become available.• Efforts are being made to establish 6 more skills acquisition/vocational centresin the country, with the support of the SURE-P, and to review the curricula forartisanal and vocational training in Nigeria, in conjunction with relevantinstitutions.• Plans are underway to upgrade the existing vocational and trade centres of theMinistry as nodal centres of excellence.• Discussions have also been held with the National Home Builders Associationin the United States of America and other interested partners with a view tojointly conduct training programmes to improve the skills and competenciesof professionals, artisans and craftsmen in the housing and urbandevelopment sector.• Cutting edge practices and models in professional and vocational training anddevelopment in the United States of America, the United Kingdom, Malaysia,Turkey and Germany are also being considered for adaptation in the country.
  88. 88. 88BUILDING CRAFTS TRAINING SCHOOL HARVEY ROAD, LAGOSWood Machinists at the Carpentry Workshop.
  89. 89. 89BUILDING CRAFTS TRAINING SCHOOL HARVEY ROAD, LAGOSFashion Designers at WorkFashion Designers at Work
  90. 90. 90BUILDING CRAFTS TRAINING SCHOOL HARVEY ROAD, LAGOSBlock Moulding Section
  91. 91. 91BUILDING CRAFTS TRAINING SCHOOL HARVEY ROAD, LAGOSPainting and Decorating Workshop
  92. 92. 92VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE AT ONIKAN, LAGOSWelding WorkshopTraining Hall
  93. 93. 93VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE AT ONIKAN, LAGOSCarpentry Workshop
  94. 94. 94PROPOSED SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURAL AND BUILDINGTECHNICIANS, KUJE - ABUJA
  95. 95. HOUSING/MORTGAGE FINANCE• In consonance with the key recommendations of theStakeholders’ Workshop on Housing/Mortgage Finance heldon 3rd May, 2012 a Mortgage Refinancing Company (MRC) isbeing established (with a US$300 million IDA Credit from theWorld Bank) to create more mortgages in support of homeownership in Nigeria. The Company is expected to take-offbefore the end of this year.• In year 2012, the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN)moved from the dispensation of recording losses annually, tomaking profits. This is very heart-warming.• In addition, more contributors are joining the NationalHousing Fund (NHF) under a new e-collection system for anefficient, more transparent and accountable system of fundcollection and remittance.
  96. 96. HOUSING/MORTGAGE FINANCE ........Cont’d• A new product targeting the provision of housing finance toNigerians in the Diaspora, has been developed by the FederalMortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN). An estimated 17 millionNigerians reside outside the country, and targeting 1 millionNigerians within the first year of the “Nigerians in DiasporaMortgage Scheme” will provide the sum of US$100 million toFMBN as monthly contributions (ie. US$100 per person permonth).• Another product on the FMBN shelf that will provideopportunities for Nigerians to own houses, is the Rent-To-Own Product. Under the Scheme, people will pay rent on thehouses as part of the cost of the houses, on rent-to-own basis.
  97. 97. HOUSING/MORTGAGE FINANCE ……… cont’d• Moreover, mortgage access for informal sector workers wascreated and launched on 5th December, 2011 under theInformal Sector Cooperative Housing Scheme, aimed ataddressing the housing finance needs of low-income andinformal sector groups such as artisans, bricklayers,mechanics, farmers and market women. It is gratifying to notethat the response to the Scheme has been overwhelminglypositive. The first 300 housing units financed under thisScheme by First World Communities Co. Ltd (a cooperativehousing development company) is to be launched in Lagossoon.• Efforts are also, being made to harness other sources of fundsin support of a sustainable mortgage finance system andhousing development involving the possible use of unclaimeddividends, pension funds, dormant accounts, among others.
  98. 98. JOB CREATION• The housing and urban development sector is recognised worldwideas being immensely valuable in terms of job creation because theconstruction of housing units requires the services of a pool ofprofessionals such as architects, engineers, quantity surveyors, andartisans such as draughtsmen, bricklayers, electricians, iron benders,painters, tillers and various vendors.• In addition, the sustainable funding of housing delivery promotesinvestments in the production of building materials and boosts linkedbusinesses, all of which help to increase employment generation inthe economy.• During the period under review, the Sector contributed its own quotato job creation through the employment of 1,568,286 persons in theMinistry’s housing projects, those of its Parastatals, and in theinformal sector through the sale of building materials across thenation.• The number is even larger if those employed in all the housingprojects in the country are added into this pool.
  99. 99. EMPLOYMENT GENERATION THROUGH THE HOUSING SECTOR99
  100. 100. 100EMPLOYMENT GENERATION THROUGH THE HOUSING SECTORESTABLISHMENT OFA FACTORY TOPRODUCE LIGHTSTEEL PROFILES
  101. 101. 101EMPLOYMENT GENERATION THROUGH THE HOUSING SECTORESTABLISHMENT OFA FACTORY TOPRODUCE LIGHTSTEEL PROFILES
  102. 102. 102WORKERS ON SITE, SOCIAL/AFFORDABLE HOUSING SCHEME, LUGBEEMPLOYMENT GENERATION THROUGH THE HOUSING SECTOR
  103. 103. URBAN DEVELOPMENT• The urban and regional development agenda is beingpursued through such programmes as slum upgrading,articulation of a National Physical Development Plan,and the development of Urban and Housing Indicators.• The development of a comprehensive Road Map onHousing and Urban Development and an InfrastructuralMaster Plan for Nigeria with a strong component ofhousing, and urban & regional development, willsignificantly boost current efforts to make our citiessafer, more productive, inclusive, gender sensitive andenvironmentally friendly.
  104. 104. MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS (MDG) ANDCONSTITUENCY PROJECTS• Under the Millennium Development Goals (MDG)Programme of the Ministry, a total of 303projects were completed in various parts of thecountry in 2011 and 2012, while 63 are on-going.• Under the Constituency Projects, a total of 322projects were completed in various parts of thecountry with 96 on-going.• The projects cover the following areas: Intra-city/Access Roads & Drainages, Community-BasedWater Projects, Electrification of Rural Areas &Solar Powered Street Light, and Public Buildings &Utilities.104
  105. 105. 105INFRASTRUCTURE COST (N) COMPLETED ON-GOINGTOTALRoad 4,507,822,095.71 58 20 78Water 1,485,553,234.25 97 13 110Electricity 2,793,499,903.08 85 2 87Public Buildingsand Utilities1,563,839,630.54 63 28 91Total 10,350,714,863.58 303 63 366MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS (MDG)
  106. 106. 106MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS (MDG)Construction of SkillAcquisition Centrewith equipment inIyara L.G.A of KogiState.
  107. 107. 107MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS (MDG)Provision ofConventional StreetLight at Wudil Town,Wudil L.G.A Kano
  108. 108. 108INFRASTRUCTURES COST (N) COMPLETED ON-GOINGTOTALRoad 1,954,143,290.75 17 9 26Water 1,206,248,750.80 65 20 85Electricity 2,398,682,453.72 111 14 125Public Buildingsand Utilities3,681,087,815.00 129 53 182Total 9,240,162,310.27 322 96 418CONSTITUENCY PROJECTS
  109. 109. 109I.C.T Center with Equipment at Tundun Wada Ward Zaria, Kaduna StateSkill Acquisition Center at Sabon-GariDistrict, Ibadan, Oyo StateCottage Hospital at Agbegi, Kogi StateCONSTITUENCY PROJECTS
  110. 110. Classroom Block with V.I.P Toilet at J.S.S Diginsa, Jigawa State 110Classroom Block at Holy Saviour School, Ile-Oluji/Oke Igbo, Ondo StateCONSTITUENCY PROJECTS
  111. 111. 111Motorized Borehole at Dikwa, Borno-StateMotorized Borehole at Numan, Adamawa StateCONSTITUENCY PROJECTS
  112. 112. 112Provision of 500KVA Transformer at Epe-Opin Ekiti L.G.A, Kwara StateCompletion of Ongoing Road at Ehor/Ugo Uhumuwode L.G.A ,Edo StateBefore AfterCONSTITUENCY PROJECTS
  113. 113. MINISTRY’S INTERNALLY GENERATED REVENUE PROFILE• During the period under review (May 2011-May 2013), the Ministry generated a totalrevenue of N3,099,032,199.48 as follows: 2011(May-Dec.) - 1,272,044,671.41 2012(Jan-Dec.) - 1,301,508,726.85 2013(Jan-May) - 525,478,801.22• The revenue sources include tender fee,ground rent, premium on land, titleregistration fee, consent fee, C of O processingfee and survey fee.
  114. 114. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION• World Bank• DFID.114A total sum of US$300 million IDA credit isto be provided for the establishment of aMortgage Refinancing Company (MRC) tocreate more mortgages in the housingsector.• The sum of US$700,000 has been proposedfor technical assistance to develop theSector capacity.• Assistance in the Institutional and FunctionalReview of the Ministry aimed at achievinglasting Institutional efficiency andeffectiveness in delivering on the Ministry’smandate through sustainable and timelypublic service to Nigerians.
  115. 115. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION … cont’d• Cities Alliance• ShelterAfrique115• Approved the opening of its first Regional Officein Abuja, Nigeria, which will becomeoperational in 2013.• Extension of a US$100 million credit facility tosupport housing development in the countrythrough FMBN.• The FMLHUD is developing a joint workingprogramme with the Cities Alliance (World BankGroup) to undertake an Urbanization Review forNigeria.• The collaboration will provide a pathway andaccess to grant funding for the regeneration ofNigerian cities and towns, including effectiveUrban Planning, Slum Upgrading, provision ofFinance for housing development and CapacityBuilding for Federal, States and Local Governments.
  116. 116. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION … cont’d• UN-HABITAT116•Provision of enhanced technicalcooperation for addressing theincreasing urban and housingdevelopment challenges confrontingNigerian towns and cities.
  117. 117. PRESIDENCY OF THE UN-HABITAT 24TH GOVERNING COUNCIL• At the 24th Session of the Governing Council (GC-24) ofthe United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT) held at the UN-Headquarters in Nairobi,Kenya from 15th – 19th April, 2013, the Hon. Minister ofLands, Housing and Urban Development, Ms. A. I.Pepple, CFR, was unanimously elected as thePresident of the 24th Governing Council of UN-HABITAT for the period 2013-2015, in accordance withthe Rules of Procedure of the Council.• This is historic, being the first time of Nigeria’s election tothe position of President of the 58-Member GoverningCouncil of UN-HABITAT since its inception in 1978.• The 24th Session was attended by 1,144 delegates from107 countries, representing National Governments,Local Authorities, UN Agencies, Private Sector, CivilSociety Organisations and the Media.
  118. 118. UN-HABITAT GC-24, Nairobi, Kenya15th – 19th April, 2013
  119. 119. MOVING THE SECTOR FORWARDInstitutional Strengthening• Currently, the Ministry is repositioning itself under a ChangeInitiative of an Institutional Strengthening Programme (ISP). TheProgramme is being undertaken collaboratively with the UK-Department for International Development (DFID), under itsFederal Administration Reform Programme (FEPAR). The Office ofthe Head of the Civil Service of the Federation, the Bureau ofPublic Service Reforms and the Federal Civil ServiceCommission are key partners providing the necessary support andguidance.• The programme involves the implementation of a number of changeinitiatives, including a Comprehensive Review of the Vision andMission Statements of the Ministry, Organisational Restructuring,Development of a 4-Year Strategic Plan, Institutionalization of aPerformance-Driven Culture for Organisational Effectiveness andImproved Service Delivery.119
  120. 120. MOVING THE SECTOR FORWARD… cont’d• Restructuring of the Federal Housing Authority (FHA) for theeffective and efficient discharge of its mandate.• Implementing the proposed mortgage liquidity facility throughthe successful establishment of the Mortgage RefinancingCompany (MRC).• Recapitalization of the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria(FMBN).• Development of a Housing and Urban Development RoadMap to give effect to the National Housing Policy and theNational Urban Development Policy, in terms of coordinationand coherence as well as impact and sustainability.• Implementation of the set of recommended Actions at thePresidential Retreat on Housing and Urban Developmentin the following five thematic areas, namely: Land Titling,Housing Finance, Affordable Housing, Low-Income/SocialHousing, and Urban Development . 120
  121. 121. • Use of additional sources of funding for housing development suchas pension funds, unclaimed dividends and dormant accounts asproposed during the Presidential Retreat held on 12th Nov. 2012.• Promotion of mixed housing development for all income groups.• Adoption of various housing delivery models for mass housingdevelopment [namely: New Towns Development; CooperativeHousing; Public-Public Partnership (Pb-Pb-P); Public-PrivatePartnership (PPP); Regeneration (including completion ofabandoned houses); Rental Housing; and Sites and Servicesschemes].• Exploiting alternative technologies in housing development.• Capacity building to bridge the gap in skilled labour by upgradingexisting trade centres, crafts schools and vocational training centres.• Establishment of new training centres and reviewing the Curricula intertiary institutions offering building related courses. 121MOVING THE SECTOR FORWARD … cont’d
  122. 122. MOVING THE SECTOR FORWARD…cont’d• Increasing Nigeria’s share capital in Shelter-Afrique, with anenvisaged 17% of the entire shareholding of the Company, so asto improve access to credit facilities for housing and relatedinfrastructure development.• Championing the African Urban Agenda, in collaboration withUN-HABITAT, in view of the need to deal decisively with the rapidpopulation growth and deteriorating living conditions of humansettlements in the continent. This is instructive, bearing in mindthat by 2025, more than 60% of Nigerians will live in Cities.• Spearheading the National Consultative Process for the post-2015 Development Agenda and the Habitat III Conference.• Designing and implementing a National Programme on MakingSlums History as part of a global challenge for 2020.122
  123. 123. • Land is a prized asset. Its accessibility will ensure wealthcreation and reduce poverty levels across the country, as wellas promote a more equitable society.• Housing has been universally accepted as the second mostimportant essential human need. The right to adequatehousing is considered a core human right.• Housing is the bedrock of the economies of developed nations.In more advanced economies (e.g USA, Great Britain andCanada), it contributes between 30%-70% of the GDP.• The Nigerian Financial System Strategy (FSS 2020) hasassigned special roles to the housing sector, expecting it todrive the financial system and contribute not less than 20% tothe GDP by the year 2020.• The housing sector has the potential to generate hugeemployment opportunities, reduce crime rate, increaseproductivity, raise standard of living of the populace andalleviate poverty.Conclusion – Housing and Urban Development: EffectiveNational Development Tools123
  124. 124. • Our cities are also centres of economic growth andcentres for commerce and wealth creation, and for thepromotion of healthy living environments. The Federal Ministry of Lands, Housing and UrbanDevelopment is determined to continue playing a leadingrole (through the provision of policy direction, technicaland administrative support for all stakeholders) in thehousing and urban development sector towardsbecoming an effective national development tool. I strongly believe that with all the set mechanisms alreadyput in place, and all hands on deck, we shall meet the settargets of Mr. President and the expectations of thecitizenry for the transformation of Nigeria’s housing andurban development sector.Conclusion – Housing and Urban Development: EffectiveNational Development Tools…..cont’d124
  125. 125. APPRECIATION• We sincerely thank Mr. President for the specialpriority attention His Excellency has given to therevitalization of the housing and urbandevelopment sector, and for convening thePresidential Stakeholders’ Retreat on Lands,Housing and Urban Development in Abuja onMonday, 12th November, 2012. Thiscommitment, undoubtedly, assures us that Mr.President is with us always, to inspire and guideus in the built environment. This is a uniqueprivilege for which we express our sincere anddeepest appreciation.125
  126. 126. THANK YOUANDGOD BLESS126

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