A Theoretical Perspective on Rural Housing Development and the Problems Associated with Housing Developers in Nigeria: Evidence from Dass Metropolis

Aliyu Ahmad Aliyu, Zubairu Abubakar Ghani, Muhammad Umar Bello, Rozilah Kasim, David Martin


Housing is one of the basic needs of any society. It is a component of men’s environmental interactions which is expected to serve important functions, like biological, Psychological, socio-cultural and economic needs of individual facilities and/or communities. Biological, man needs an environment within which he can take shelter and protection against external forces. Psychologically man needs housing so as to satisfy his personal needs such as privacy and self-fulfillment. Socio-culturally, housing is a symbol that reflects the status of an individual family or community. It also reflects the economic value of a society. Therefore, there is a need for a study of rural housing development so as to find solutions on how to improve the rural housing and also the living condition of rural dwellers. The study will be centered on issues related to the development of rural housing in the study area

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