Our Mission is to build a better tomorrow through the products and services we provide that support the success of affordable housing opportunities, land distribution, related services through exemplary customer service, and innovation to all stakeholders.
Our Vision is to achieve financial, quality homeownership, and lands to each client and customer we serve.
Our Value is RARE: Respect, Accountability, Responsibility, Empowerment
The Slum & Clearance and Housing Act CAP Currently falls under the Hon. Maria Browne, Ministry of Housing, Lands and Urban Renewal
Central Housing & Planning Authority (CHAPA) will expand and supply and quality of rental homeownership by building safe and attractive communities for the families it serves, improving the quality of life for the disabled and all residents.
Central Housing & Planning Authority (CHAPA) employs more than fifty (50) people who make a vital contribution to the Authority’s operations and reputation for quality products and services.
(Labour Welfare Project)
This was the first housing project done by the Central Housing and Planning Authority. Houses were built in Ottos New Town, Table Hill Gordon, Five Islands, St. Johnsons Village, Willikies, New Field, St. Phillips, Freetown, Glanvilles, Seatons and Bethelsda.
Cassada Gardens Housing Project
Urban Working Class Houses
These houses were built in the villages of Parham, Pigotts and Potters.
Upper Fort Road Housing Project
The majority of the houses were built in Belmont No. 2. However, some of the houses were built on various lands for customers in York, Villa and Freemansville.
Potters/Lightfoot Housing Project No. 1
Potters/Lightfoot Housing Project No. 3
North Sound Housing Project
Lightfoot No. 6 Housing Project
Folleys Housing Project
Herberts Housing Project