Abiodun Sunday, Oguntimehin & Kolawole O. Morakinyo

Public-private partnerships (PPPs) have emerged as a significant approach to housing delivery, with the potential to promote economic sustainability. The economic sustainability of PPP housing projects is crucial as it encompasses the long-term viability and positive economic impacts generated by such collaborations. Thus, the PPP housing strategy was examined in this paper to evaluate economic sustainability among Ogun State dwellers and the extent to which dwellers of such buildings are satisfied. A quantitative research method was adopted to approach the study using a survey. Data was gathered from 1,186 residents of housing constructed through PPP by administering a structured questionnaire, where 75 % (885) of the responses were valid. Descriptive and inferential analyses were used to analyze the data. The descriptive part consists of the mean response score of the economic sustainability factors while principal component analysis was adopted to make inferences. Findings indicates that the PPP housing units delivered in the state are sustainably economical, as the buildings are of low-cost value and the level of satisfaction derived from them is moderate. This implies that despite the challenges that may be experienced in the course of housing delivery th rough PPP, the method can be viewed to be one of the best methods. Thus, governments are encouraged to use the PPP approach for housing delivery by creating a level-playing ground for the masses as a beneficiaries of the housing scheme. Keywords: Dwellers, Economic sustainability, Housing, Public-Private Partnerships, Users’ satisfaction 0150