After an initial effort by Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) that eventually turned out to be a ‘false start’, fresh moves are being made to resuscitate the N61 billion Katampe District engineering infrastructure project.
NMRC, developers seal deal on housing finance
After a major agreement with Kaduna Government to promote mortgage penetration and home ownership recently, the Nigerian Mortgage Refinance Company (NMRC) has again entered into another deal with estate developers.
Senate seeks dualisation of Makurdi-Otukpo-Obollo highway
After 38 years of construction, the Senate has urged the Federal Ministry of Works to designate the Makurdi–Otukpo-Obollo Afor-Opii (Nsukka)-Ninth mile Federal ‘Trunk A’ Highway for immediate dualisation.
Benue regrets absence of masterplan in Makurdi
The General Manager (GM) of Benue State Urban Development Board (UDB), Richard Agwa has regretted the absence of master plan for Makurdi, the Benue State Capital.
Kebbi awards N145m hostel contract
To boost infrastructural capacity in its higher schools, the Kebbi State government has awarded contract worth N145 million for the construction of additional 500 capacity female hostel at the Adamu Augie College of Education Argungu.
Dangote refinery, free trade zone lift Lagos real estate
The projects were the focus of NIESV Lagos branch’s 2017 Business Luncheon under the theme: The Dangote Refinery Project and FTZ - Capturing the Real Estate Opportunities organized by the MCPD sub -committee.
EFCC urged to wade into Abuja mass housing imbroglio
After nearly five years of topsy-turvy battle, the aggrieved residents have requested the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to investigate the alleged collection of over N2 billion from them under false pretence.
Oyo Assembly moves to amend survey law
Following the continued proliferation of fake survey plans, Oyo State House Committee on Lands, Housing and Survey is proposing a bill to amend the state’s survey law.
Groups urge ECOWAS to wade into communities’ land rights
If plans being made by the Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in sub-Saharan Africa sail through, the long wait by communities to secure land rights may end soon.