Discontinue prevention of surveyors on acquired lands, institute tells Lagos Government
The Nigerian Institution of Surveyors (NIS), Lagos State Branch, has implored the state government to discontinue preventing surveyors from carrying out their professional services
China targets land grabs, forced evictions in new law
Farmers in China have faced forced evictions and illicit land grabs for decades -- sources of social unrest that the government is finally trying
Battle over soul of Isheri-Oke land shifts to Supreme Court
Legal battle over a parcel of land situate, lying and being at Isheri-Oke near Olowora in Kosofe local council of Lagos has shifted to Supreme Court following an appeal filed by the defendants.
Land speculators threaten Mambila Power project
The Federal Government’s dream of commencing work at the multi-million dollar Mambila Hydro Power Project sited in Sardauna Council of Taraba State is under threat,
GEF council approves Nigeria’s mini-grid, land restoration projects
Nigeria is one of the beneficiaries of the two new work programmes endorsed by the GEF council in a meeting at the weekend. The Council also took a number of decisions concerned with updating GEF policies and operations
FCTA to revoke undeveloped plots, receives 7,826 applications
The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has received 7,826 fresh applications for plots of land in Abuja this year.
Abba, Ukpo communities trade words over disputed land
Abba and Ukpo communities in Anambra State were, until the last local government creation exercise, in the same local government council. That exercise changed things; while Abba was allocated to Njikoka council...
Trustees of Trans-Amadi take Rivers government to Appeal Court over disputed land
The Registered Trustees of Trans-Amadi Mosque have approached the appellate court to challenge the conferment of ownership of disputed land use as prayer ground by Muslims on the Rivers State government.
Lagos government acquires 84 hectares of land in Osogbo to boost food production
The Lagos State Government said it had acquired 84 hectares of land in Osogbo, the Osun State capital, for cultivation of various crops to meet the food needs of residents of the state. Prince Gbolahan Lawal, the state Commissioner for Agriculture, made the disclosure in a statement on Sunday in Lagos.