The Lagos State Government has said it plans to tackle housing deficit in the state through the use of innovative building technology.

Mr Moruf Akinderu-Fatai, the Lagos State Commissioner for Housing stated that the technology and eco-friendly designs used at Peridot Parkland Estate, Idale, Badagry, would be replicated in the construction of multi-level structures in the urban parts of the state to speedily reduce the challenges of housing deficit in those areas.

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During a tour of the estate’s facilities, Akinderu-Fatai said the estate which comprised 252 two-bedroom bungalows would be the state’s first affordable green housing development and would be completed before the end of the first quarter of this year.

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He further explained that the eco-friendly housing scheme was built by the ministry through a joint venture arrangement with Echostone Nigeria.

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Noting that, it has been designed to utilise less energy for cooling and heating, thereby ensuring the sustainability of the environment.

The commissioner further disclosed that apart from the benefits to the environment through the optimisation of energy consumption, the project had introduced an innovative technology to speed up housing delivery using less energy and generating minimal waste from sites activities.

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