‘Cost of building materials will make housing unaffordable’
With the prospects for economic recovery somewhat murky, builders are revealing that the increase in the prices of building materials will not allow government ...
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.
Engineers blame weak legislation for dilapidated roads
NSE President, Otis Anyaeji, who disclosed this in Abuja while hosting legislators who are also engineers in Abuja, explained that the society has six legislations that can bridge the infrastructural deficit...
Niger orders suspension of work on Minna-Suleja road
Bello who gave the order while inspecting the project awarded by the state government, however, called on the Federal Ministry of Works to install weighing bridges in the country, if the life span of roads was to be sustained.
Delta partners firm for issuance of land titles
Towards enhancing and ensuring transparent land administration system, the Delta State Government has launched an Information Communication and Technology (ICT) centre.
On World Habitat Day, governments urged to keep building at centre of urban agenda
With an increasing number of poor and vulnerable people living in precarious conditions, urgent action is needed to refocus urban planning and to provide safe, affordable housing that is appropriate for the citizens...
NITP begins golden jubilee celebration in Ibadan
Members of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (NITP) have began weeklong activities to mark its golden jubilee in Ibadan, Oyo State.
Borno local council begs military to reopen roads
Kekeno who disclosed this in Maiduguri, while addressing over 4,500 IDPs at the Monguno Teachers Village camp, said displaced persons could return to their ancestral homes before the end of this month.