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2 days ago
LandWey Investment Limited, a major player in Nigeria's real estate sector, has bagged the IAS accredited DMSL ISO 9001:2015 certification in recognition of its commitment, attainment and compliance with the requirements of international standards for the provision of site, services and residential developments for sale. The certification followed a comprehensive audit and evaluation exercise conducted…
4 Jun
LANDWEY has concluded arrangements to plant and conserve 5000 trees by December 2023 in its efforts to fight deforestation and climate change.
23 May
In furtherance of its commitment to tackling Nigeria’s housing deficit, Landwey Investment Limited has announced plans to deliver 1000 premium homes starting from the end of the second quarter of 2022. Shola Bello, managing Director, LandWey, made this known in a chat with newsmen on Monday. While speaking on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic…
18 Apr
A comprehensive plan unveiled, last week, to reverse the growing decline in the nation’s housing stock in the Lagos area, is promising an ambitious new deal for a fresh town project within the Lekki-Epe corridor.
13 Apr
It's been two years since the coronavirus (Covid-19) swept the planet, wreaking havoc on every facet of human life. While it may appear on the surface that the world has successfully returned to business as usual, most businesses do not operate in this manner. This is especially true for real estate development corporations like LandWey…
6 Apr
Following the recent allegation levied against Landwey that the company reportedly failed to deliver a property 21 months after receiving full payment, the firm has reassured customers of its commitment....
19 Feb
A real estate firm, Landwey Investment Limited, has initiated Nigeria’s first interstate real estate development model called WeyFlex to provide homes for Nigerians across the country.
17 Dec 2021
Nigeria’s Pioneer Lifestyle and Wellness City, Isimi Lagos, a development by real estate developers, LandWey Investment Limited, is set to commence its infrastructure development project in the first quarter of 2022.
13 Dec 2021
Nigeria’s Pioneer Lifestyle and Wellness City, Isimi Lagos, a development by real estate developers, LandWey Investment Limited, is set to commence its infrastructure development project in the first quarter of 2022.
2 Apr 2021
As the population of Lagos moves towards 30 million, the challenge to solve its housing challenge and not tilt the delicate ecosystem further into danger has been one major headache of urban planning.
21 Jan 2020
LandWey, a real estate firm in Lagos, has unveiled and celebrated it's leading ‘WeyRealtors’ of 2019. LandWey general manager, Ibukun Osunrinade in a statement said, “LandWey recorded an impressive financial year in 2019, in no small measure owing to the potent versatility of its brand as well as the collective force of its accomplished realtors…
22 Oct 2019
Lagos-based real estate firm, Zama has partnered with Landwey Investment Limited, to expand its presence to industry professionals, simplify the home buying process and empower brokers with tools that could help them work smarter.

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