Poised to address incessant construction failures, Lagos State Building Control Agency (LASBCA) has stressed the need for quality building materials and obtaining necessary approvals before commencement of construction works.
Despite the completion of the Second Niger Bridge connecting Onitsha, Anambra State in the Southeast and Asaba, Delta State in the South-South, there are indications that travellers and commuters ....
Faced with harsh operating environment and need to key into global best practices, estate surveyors have urged Kano State government to develop ‘political will’ towards engaging professionals in land administration.
Experts, government officials have lamented the lack of access to affordable housing, which they warned has resulted in a shortages in the country.
The Nigerian Institute of Architects (NIA) has urged stakeholders in the sector to improve on existing collaboration among operators.
The country may have lost about N10 trillion to construction failures in the last three decades, The Guardian investigations have revealed.
The Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV) has expressed concern over the dilapidating state of public buildings and called for the implementation of Executive Order 11 across the country.
Stakeholders have charged housing corporations to reposition and engage in large-scale affordable housing delivery.
The Edo State government has reclaimed a road in Uteh Community, Upper Mission Extension of the Benin metropolis, which was illegally appropriated by the proprietor of Divine Providence School for a building project.
It is very difficult to believe that, most times, landlords in Nigeria have it worse than the tenants do. Whilst they seem to be the ever-privileged residential overlords with no worries in this world, they lose more money and peace of mind than people realise. That is because property management offers typically led by traditional…
Stakeholders in the real estate sector have called for the development of critical skills needed for vertical building production to reduce existing housing gap estimated at over 22 million.
Amid escalating price of building materials and houses, indigenous producers in the housing industry have called on the Federal Government to ban importation of foreign building materials and associated products to ensure growth of local industries.
To keep the state afloat, Edo State government has announced plans to generate N6 billion monthly from land transactions. The state’s Commissioner for Communication and Orientation, Chris Nehikhare made the disclosure in a chat with newsmen in Benin City..