Rivers, firm pledge Mile One market phase II completion
Faced with mounting challenges in the retail sector, the Rivers State Government has promised to complete the second phase of Mile one market, in Rumuwoji, PortHarcourt.
Gambians turn back to migration as political impasse drags
Ansu Sanyang was ready. Sick of providing so little for his parents and sisters with any work he could find, the young Gambian resolved to take the migrant route through Libya to Europe.
How officials aid property owners to evade planning regulations on parking spaces
Amid the shocking fact that cities in West Africa sub-region will host an additional 69 million urban populations during the 2020/30 decades, one of the major headaches city managers...
Architects tasked on urban regeneration, economic development
NIA President, Tonye Braide, explained that the maiden edition of the West African Architecture festival (WAAF) would reinvigorate Architectural designs in the sub-region to make up for the current economic reality.
Controversy trails construction of Onikan multi-storey car park
Two years after, the Lagos State government commenced the construction of a seventh floor ultra modern car parking facility at Onikan, the completion date for the project ...
Uneasy calm grips Asaba as government threatens to demolish 8,700 houses
Landlords in suburb of Delta State capital, Asaba are presently living in fear as the State government threatened to demolish over 8,700 houses ...
Quantity surveyors hold job fair in Abuja
The 2016 Quantity Surveyors /Project Management Job Fair organised by the Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (NIQS) kicks off tomorrow, Tuesday, November 1 ...
In Quito, Nigeria, others agree on new global strategy for sustainable cities
A major milestone in the development of the world’s cities and towns was achieved at the weekend in Quito, Ecuador, with the successful adoption of a new framework that will set the world on a course towards sustainable urban development.