We have identified a 40 hectares along the Abuja International Airport road to develop a sustainable modern city that will serve as a model for smart urban development, linking affordable housing with climate change adaptation and mitigation measures.
• The World Bank estimated that Nigeria’s housing deficit stood at 17m units as of 2013, the country will require $360bn to close its housing deficit. • Given the country’s current urbanisation trends, Nigeria is set to be the world’s third-mostpopulous country in the world by 2050 and the population of Abuja forecast to double over the same period. • Mixed-use development is a major opportunity in Nigeria at present.
• The lack of adequate, affordable housing is a challenge that undermines social inclusion, equality, people's health and well-being, as well as sustainability • 17 million units housing deficit • Nigerian Population to double in 2050. • Lack of 24/7 power supply.
As the world becomes increasingly interconnected and technology-dependent, a new wave of smart applications is changing how we approach everyday activities. We are offering affordable circular economy powered Smart city in Abuja.
Abuja Smart City is a pilot project with the objective of demonstrating the viability of green cities in Nigeria with low carbon and climate resilient housing, infrastructure, public amenities and workplaces powered by clean energy in Abuja. We will develop a sustainable and prosperous urban mixed-use development with multiple green aspects incorporated within it, acting as a pilot to lead the way for further scaling up of Smart City projects in Nigeria.
We will develop 800 stand-alone houses, 2000 flats, 100 commercial property in the city with green housing, infrastructure, mixed use, amenity, workplaces and small industries. Our target is the middleincome market that is expected to grow the fastest .
800 smart stand-alone houses, @ 50k USD per unit 2000 Flats, @25k USD per unit 100 commercial property, @ 65K per unit 5 MW solar farm @ .20c Kwh 3 MW Biogas plant @.15KWh.
The project will be carried out through a Public Private Partnership (PPP) arrangement with the Federal Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development under Contractor Finance Initiative.
Lagos is taking the lead in supplying middle class housing with a vast array of new projects on the way. Orange Island is doing 150 hectares of land in Lekki, at an estimated cost of US$ 111 million. It should accommodate 25 000 people and be completed by 2019. Our developments are led are private sector driven, targeting the middle and low income earners, offering world class amenities and management, we plan to dominate this market with a demonstration in Abuja.
• Our project will enhance quality of health and basic services that other developers do not provide in Nigeria including water, sanitation, clean energy, and waste management. • We operate a circular economy. • We ensure 24/7 clean energy, energy efficiency buildings and efficient masterplan • We create green jobs and opportunities.