Stakeholders push for fresh Lagos Island regeneration project
Stakeholders have made fresh moves for the regeneration of Adeniji-Adele estate in Lagos Island and Divine Idi-Ori estate, Ajegunle, in Ifedolun local council of the state.
Residents seek inquiry on Lagos estates’ master plan abuse
Sequel to the distortion of the Lagos master plan by previous administrations, residents of Lekki Phase 1 have called on Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu to institute a public inquiry on master plan abuse in the state.
FCT requires N500b to resettle Abuja original inhabitants
No less than N500 billion is required to resettle the original inhabitants in 13 villages within Abuja City, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) administration has said.
Experts meet in Lagos for building materials, technology summit
Stakeholders in the built environment will gather in Lagos for the 4th edition of international construction, building materials technology expo.
Surveyors seek inclusion in government projects
Towards ensuring healthy balance in the distribution of work and guarantee the survival of private survey practice, the Association of Private...
Nigerian engineers task government on technical education funding
To galvanise interest among secondary school students on engineering, the Lagos branch of the Nigerian Society of Engineers...
Akwa Ibom urges contractor to complete project
Akwa Ibom State governor, Udom Emmanuel has called on the contractor handling the Eket re-modeling project to ensure early completion of the contract. State Commissioner for Works, Mr. Ephraim Inyang-Eyen, who disclosed after inspecting the road works, said government has released enough funds to ensure the completion of the projects. The commissioner said that in…
Ministerial panel seeks urban, regional planning tribunal
The Inter-Ministerial Committee set-up by the Minister of Science and Technology, Dr Ogbonnaya Onu has recommended the establishment of a functional urban and regional planning tribunal that would deal with all forms of violation in our building environment across the country. The committee also recommended that an Executive Bill on National Building Code should be forwarded to…
FG to demolish 200 houses for new Lagos- Ibadan interchange
No fewer than 200 houses are to be pulled down for the new Lagos-Ibadan Interchange, being proposed by the Federal Government at Pakuro- Lotto axis of the road in Ogun State. The interchange will be introduced to ease traffic on the Lagos- Ibadan, when the busiest road in West Africa is completed. The project was…
‘Criminalise non-implementation of physical development plans’
For Nigerian settlements to become growth activators, there is the need to criminalise non-implementation of approved and operative physical development plans. This was the submission of the Managing Director, MOA Planners Limited, Moses Ogunleye at the 8th annual lecture of the College of Environmental Sciences, Bells University of Technology, Ota. He said, the authorities must…