S ome 100 low cost houses are sprouting up on a five- hectare piece of land in Muea Buea with an execution rate of over 25 percent as at April 2017. Equally, 50 of such houses have already been completed on a five-hectare land at the Middle Farm neighbourhood in Limbe. While on the field in Buea and Limbe, recently, an inter-ministerial delegation led by Housing and Urban Development Minister, Jean Claude Mbwentchou accompanied by South West Governor, Bernard Okalia Bilai, expressed satisfaction with work done and dished out on-the-spot instructions for smooth finishing touches. He urged that carpentry and sanitary works be properly finished. Most especially, he conveyed instructions from the national committee under the Prime Minister urging the contractors of the low cost houses to tile all the rooms and not only the common space like toilets and corridors. Meanwhile, four buildings and two villas including 50 houses were already completed in Limbe. Treatment plants were equally done. However, delay in the provision of water and electricity compelled the project owner to authorise the use of generators until CAMWATER and ENEO can fulfil their engagement for which they had been paid.