ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECT OF THE PROVISION OF HOUSING ESTATE ON RESIDENTIAL HOUSING DELIVERY (A CASE STUDY OF WORLD BANK HOUSING ESTATE OWERRI)
This dissertation deals chiefly with an analysis of the effect of the provision of housing estate on residential housing delivery with a case study of world bank housing estate Owerri.
The key impetus for this research on the analysis of the effect of the provision of housing estates on other residential house in this particular area of study arises from its sudden changes in states.
This study examines the effect of this changes on the physical environment and the population of the study area with particular emphasis on the area of provision of residential units and the provision of basic social amenities and infrastructures as be pithy the advancement in the status of the world bank housing estate.
This also examines the sole aim of provided housing estate and the its effect on other residential houses in the area study.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.2 Statement of problems
1.3 Aims and objectives of the study
1.4 Research questions
1.5 Significance of the study the scope of study
1.6 The scope of study
1.7 Limitation of the study
1.8 Over-view of the study
2.0 Literature review
2.1 Definition of terms
2.2 Factors affecting housing demand
2.3 Factors affecting housing supply
2.4 Housing finance
2.5 Effects of the provision of housing estate on residential housing.
2.6 Efforts to the state federal government to housing delivery system.
3.1 Research design and methodology
3.2 Sources of data collection
3.4 Sample of size
3.5 Method of data collection
4.1 Data presentation and analysis
4.2 Analysis dare collected from the d
5.0 Findings recommendation, summary and conclusion
5.3 Summary and conclusion
1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Housing is seen as one of the most important for the physical survival of man after the provision of food. It contributes to the physical and moral hearth of a nation and stimulates the social stability, the work efficiency and the development of the individuals. But in spite of these facts there is on doubt that housing in quantitative terms is still one of the major problems facing the Nigerian Urbanities and governments beside the characteristic slums and conditions it is becoming increasingly difficult for average Nigerians to own houses. Also it is very difficult to procure decent accommodation at reasonable rent in the market. The rent are high in each state and fairly high in the other state capitals, but still not commensurate with the monthly in comes of all categories of low, middle and upper wage earners and the self-employed.