Construction & Real Estate

Ghana Construction & Real Estate 2012
Fuelled by public infrastructure maintenance and expansion, private real estate development and individual residential construction, Ghana’s construction industry has been growing steadily, with sector output increasing by 91.8% between 2006 and 2010. With demand for individual family houses – particularly in the low-income bracket – on the rise and plans in place to develop a number of new cities in the Western Region, this trend looks set to continue. Additionally, with the rise of a middle class in the country, it seems the real estate sector – traditionally a very limited market – is beginning to pick up. The housing demand is high and there is a current annual supply gap of 30,000 residential units. This chapter contains interviews with Stephen Jennings, CEO, Renaissance Group; and Emmanuel Botchwey, Executive Chairman, Regimanuel Gray.
Cover of The Report Ghana 2012

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Sketch of Emmanuel Botchwey, Executive Chairman, Regimanuel Gray
OBG talks to Emmanuel Botchwey, Executive Chairman, Regimanuel Gray

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