Adequate public housing provision in Nigeria seems to have defied all government housing policies and programs initiated to reduce housing deficit in Nigeria which is currently put at about 17 million units. This problem could be attributed to land tenure system, poor policy implementation, funding, bureaucracy, lack of political will, corruption, etc. The focus of this paper is to evaluate the Nigerian Police Force Property Development and Construction Company Pilot Program which aims to provide 40,000 affordable units of accommodation within three years. The program is currently limited to four states of the Federation with 400 units completely developed and subscribed in each of the four pilot states. Basically, the study adopts a case study approach to describe and analyse the development strategy of NPDCC for public housing development and delivery using the SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) Analysis Model. Personal interview and structured questionnaire were used to collect vital information from the NPDCC top management staff. Furthermore, a desk research approach was also adopted using various secondary sources including materials from web search and the case company’s in-house documents. Findings show that NPDCC developed a strategy which enabled her to overcome the challenge of funding which is the major constraint to affordable housing delivery. The housing units developed specifically for the rank and file in the NPF were affordable and completely subscribed. Notwithstanding the accomplishments of the NPDCC, there are also challenges such as land availability and cost; given that over 200,000 units of accommodation were applied for by the officers in the pilot program and only 1600 units were developed and delivered in the four states. In conclusion, the NPDCC pilot program shows a great potential for effective and affordable public housing development and delivery; and should be emulated by other government ministries, departments and agencies in Nigeria.