Monday, April 22, 2024
Authorities in Russia’s Ural and southwestern Siberian regions have issued urgent evacuation orders as water levels in rivers continue to rise swiftly, leading to widespread flooding, power outages, and displacement of residents. According to Russia’s emergency ministry, more than 300...
Nigeria has been elected as the Chairman of the Executive Board of the United Nations Human Settlement Programme (UN-Habitat). Minister of State for Housing and Urban Development, Abdullahi Tijjani Muhammad Gwarzo disclosed this in a statement issued by the Director of Information...
There’s no denying the fact that Anchorage is in need of more housing, both for rental and for purchase. The shortage is especially evident in high-demand neighborhoods and communities like Girdwood, where there is little available land for new...
The Federal Reserve may have a housing problem. At the very least, it has a housing riddle. Overall inflation has eased substantially over the past year. But housing has proved a tenacious — and surprising — exception. The cost of...
In tackling the housing crisis, government needs to play its part in creating an environment in which private sector developers are willing to take on the risk to deliver the home supply so desperately needed. It’s amazing the difference a...
The government has injected £3bn into affordable housing, which it says will finance 20,000 new homes. The extra funds were pledged towards the Affordable Homes Guarantee Scheme, which, for the first time, can now also be used to upgrade existing...
New York paid out more than $3 billion in rent relief following the Covid-19 pandemic, offering a lifeline to hundreds of thousands of tenants who fell behind on their monthly payments amid pandemic-related job losses. But significant rent arrears persist nearly four...
The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank Group AfDB on 14th December 2023 approved a new five-year Country Strategy Paper (CSP) for Kenya. The 2024-2028 CSP focuses on boosting private sector-driven growth through infrastructure development, strategic reforms, and...
Weston Homes has attributed the cancellation of plans to revamp a 1,100-home site in Norwich to the Conservative government, after investing eight years into the project. The housebuilder identified several issues, including national planning interventions, changes to nutrient neutrality rules,...
Kuwait has implemented an employment policy called “Kuwaitisation” which will enable 1,211 jobs in the country’s oil sector to be filled by Kuwaitis this year and not foreign nationals as the country seeks to provide more jobs to its...
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