ABUJA – In view of overriding public interest, President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has approved the immediate re-instatements of 3,645 plots that were revoked in the Federal Capital Territory.Read More
RESIDENTS of Osodi/Isolo Local Government have demanded that the state government design a ‘Master Plan’ for the area before the enforcement of the Lagos State Physical Planning and Urban Development Law 2010.Read More
PRofits from the wildlife trade may have been used to fund terrorist cells in unstable African countries, thereby threatening national security. This disclosure was made by the world biggest conservation group, World Wildlife Fund, WWF last week.Read More
Stakeholders in the built environment industry have been told to adopt a change of attitude in order to nip in the bud the incessant collapse of buildings in Lagos and other parts of the country.Read More
For Nigeria to be among the first top 20 economies in the world, its road infrastructure must grow from 194,000km to about 300,000km. This view was canvassed by the Minister of Works, Mr. Mike Onolememen, an architect..Read More
…Nigerian importer also convicted
Owners and employees of a string of waste disposal companies have been fined more than £200,000 following Britain’s largest investigation into the illegal export of toxic dumped electronics to the developing world.
Property development heavyweight, Messrs, UACN Development & Property Development Company Plc last week, added to its Abuja property portfolio,with the commissioning of another ultra-modern estate. The estate which was christened Emerald Court sits on a 19676.770 square metres plot (1.9 hectares) of land in the FCT.Read More
… As BPP unveils plans to enforce new policy
The Construction industry is generally regarded as the barometer for measuring the health of any nation’s economy. When a nation’s construction industry is booming, the economy of that country is believed to be thriving while the reverse is the case when the construction sector is going through a downturn.
The declaration was unanimously adopted by country delegations at the closing of the international conference which ended in Rabat, Morocco last week. The ambitious target is to halve the number of slum dwellers by 2020.Read More
Lekki Peninsula Scheme 2 is one of the schemes designed by the Lagos State Government over a decade ago to satisfy the yearning of people for plots of land to build personal houses in the highbrow Lekki axis. Specifically, Lekki Peninsula Scheme 2 which was mapped out in 1996 has a land area of 514.53 hectares. A further breakdown shows that the scheme has 3,095 residential plots, 64 commercial plots, 47 mixed development plots, 26 institutional plots and 17 recreational plots.Read More