The Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers, (NIESV) has requested for partnership with the Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) in the areas of Intellectual Property protection
High rent pushes affordable accommodation beyond reach of Southwest residents
Rental homes are getting more expensive in Southwestern cities as professionals and young families struggle to pay exorbitant rents demanded by landlords.
After 33 years, Oyo upgrades Lekan Salami Stadium using alternate project funding
After 18 months of renovation work, the Oyo State Government has completed an upgrade of the Lekan Salami Stadium, with cutting-edge structures and environment-friendly technologies.
ARCON urges govt to embrace indigenous architecture research
The Architects Registration Council of Nigeria (ARCON) has urged the federal and state governments to adopt indigenous research in the architectural profession as part of the post-COVID-19 recovery national plan.
Firm boosts access to rentals with 1677 Mayfair Apartments
As part of efforts to boost access to homes, a real estate firm, Shortlethomes has introduced 1, 677 Mayfair apartments, to its growing base of rental offerings.
Government should build more affordable, social housing in cities, says Demola-Alade
Since over a year that COVID-19 pandemic has been on, it actually impacted on commercial and residential properties because people have realised that they could work from home and not really need a big office to make money.
Developer allocates 28 units of Lagos Haven Residences
A private developer, Messrs Property World Africa Network (PEWAN), has allocated houses to subscribers in its mini-estate located within Abijo GRA, along Lekki Expressway, Lagos.
Sanwo-Olu pledges to partner estate surveyors, sanitise sector
To unlock more investment, the Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has reaffirmed the administration’s commitment to synergise with members of the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV)
Academy seeks national fund to develop artisans
Disturbed by a shortage of artisans for construction and other sectors, the Nigerian Academy of Engineering (NAE) has called for harmonisation of the Industrial Training Fund