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29 Jun 2015
Piqued by the incessant building collapse in Nigeria, of which artisans are said to be part of problems, a forum was organised to examine how their skills could be enhanced
29 Jun 2015
The ineffective mortgage system to support purchasing power of low-income earners is a big threat to effective housing development, says AHCN President, Dr. Ifenna E. Chukwujekwu. He concludes that the current cash and carry system for acquisition of property needs to be addressed to assist the people in home acquisition.
29 Jun 2015
CHIEF TOKUNBO OMISORE is currently the President of the African Union of Architects (AUA). He had served as the AUA’s secretary general, and his firm built over 140 Mr. Biggs’s outlets, the La cour Boutique hotels chain in Ikoyi and the redevelopment of the Adeniran Ogunsanya Shopping Mall, among others. In this interview with The Guardian’s TUNDE ALAO, he spoke on the architects’ central role in planning, designing, commitment to sustainable and equitable future
29 Jun 2015
AFRICA’S premier international trade fair - Bauma Conexpo - for construction sector machinery/assets, building material machines, mining machines and related sectors, has been scheduled for September 15-18, 2015, in Johannesburg Expo Centre, South Africa. A press statement by Mrs. Marcella Iyitor, CEO of Lagos-based Niche PR stated that, “This is the biggest industry event for…
29 Jun 2015
ACCORDING to CBRE Research's semi-annual Global Prime Office Occupancy Costs survey, London's West End continued to be the world's highest-priced office market but Asia dominated the world's most expensive office locations, accounting for four of the top five markets. The study also found that the real estate recovery in the Emerald Isle (Ireland) remained on…
29 Jun 2015
The Federal government has promised to drive Lands and Housing reforms to make land readily accessible to Nigerians for the provision of shelter for themselves and their families.
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29 Jun 2015
IN the quest to find lasting solution to leakages in buildings usually caused by plumbing defects that often leads to cracks in houses, Rifeng piping systems has introduced a maintenance free multilayer pipe that allows for a direct fitting straight to the outlets without creating an avenue for leaks in the walls. The five-layer composite…
29 Jun 2015
While marking its 15th year Anniversary and World Facilities Management Day, Global PFI has urged the 8th National Assembly to support the creation and registration of Nigerian Institute of Facilities Management by creating and passing the bill as quickly as possible.
29 Jun 2015
THE Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has published its new global standard on measuring residential property for consultation. RICS is encouraging the more than 100,000 chartered surveyors and property professionals from around the world to have their say on this landmark standard. The International Property Measurement Standards (IPMS): Residential Buildings is the second in…
29 Jun 2015
PRESERVATION of biodiversity and protection of wildlife in Nigeria is receiving more attentions from corporate organisations, particularly, from those observers considered as ‘unexpected quarters’. This time, a first generation financial institution, First Bank Plc., in partnership with the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF), are promoting a sustainable awareness on how to preserve wild life and biodiversity…
28 Jun 2015
A NIGERIAN- based group working to advance better access to water, Pan African Vision for the Environment (PAVE) has entered into collaboration with the faculty and graduate students from the Department of City and Regional Planning at the University of California, Berkeley in the USA to investigate new strategies to explore human rights to water…
28 Jun 2015
Campaigners have won a lawsuit that asked Dutch government to combat the threat of climate change. With the ruling, negotiators now know that countries can be taken to court if they don’t agree to what is necessary to prevent dangerous climate change. UDGES rule the Netherlands should deepen emissions cuts to at least 25 per…

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