Harmony Gardens: 7,000 Estate Developers to Participate in Bridging Housing Deficit Summit

Adedayo Akinwale in Abuja

No fewer than over 7,000 real estate developers, government officials and investors, including captains of industry are expected to participate in a summit on bridging housing deficit in West Africa.

The summit organised by Harmony Gardens and Estate Development, with the theme; “Bridging the Housing Deficit Gap,” would take place on Tuesday, July 2, 2024 in Lagos.

The Chairman of Harmony Gardens and Estate Development, Hon. Dr. Audullahi Mosadoluwa, in a statement issued Friday the summit aimed at bringing together industry experts, policymakers, and stakeholders from within and outside Nigeria to address the pressing issue of housing deficit in Nigeria.

He noted that they would also launch the Lekki Aviation Town — a revolutionary new residential and commercial development in the heart of Lekki, Lagos, as the property market continues to grow amid strong investor demand.

Mosadoluwa explained that Lekki Aviation Town is an ambitious urban and commercial development project located along Lekki-Epe road.

He added that the project consists of residential and commercial buildings, stressing that it woukd be constructed in accordance with the highest design and engineering standards.

The chairman said: “Boasting a strategic location, Lekki Aviation Town, to be built on a total area of 167-hectare, will be located close to urban development projects, hotels, residential and commercial complexes, and Lekki International Airport.

“These developments are more than just projects; they are a powerful statement of our vision in showcasing the Lagos State Government support for private development to help tackling housing deficits and also representing the grandeur and transformative future of high-end living promised by the visionary Ahmed Dangiwa, who is the minister in charge of Housing under president Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

“The project’s infrastructure facilities, such as electricity, Heliport, 0water and sewage networks, and communication and internet services, will be developed to guarantee comfort and luxury for the residents.”

Mosadoluwa noted that the development would feature a range of residential options, including apartments, townhouses, and villas, as well as wellness centre, recreational facilities, infrastructure and offer luxury hospitality.

On the summit, he noted, “Over 7,000 real estate developers, government officials and investors, including captains of industry from outside the country will gather to provide solution to inadequate housing for west Africa. We’re thrilled to share the journey with you.”

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