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25 Feb 2019
In memory of the former President, Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (NITP), the Amos Oluwafemi Olomola Memorial Foundation has established an annual award at the Government Technical College Lagos, Agidingbi-Ikeja, Lagos, for the best tech students in graphic design. According to Mrs. Adekunbi Olomola, who is overseeing her late husband foundation, the award is aimed…
26 Nov 2018
The Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, NITP, has elected Mr. Ezutah Lekwa Ezutah as the new national president at its 49th Conference and Annual General Meeting held in Abuja. Also, for effective service delivery, the association’s registration council, TOPREC, has inaugurated the Practice Monitoring Committee (PMC) for Lagos State with a call on practitioners to…
29 Oct 2018
A fellow of Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, Mr Adebisi Adedire has told a Lagos High Court, Igbosere that it is permitted to build a house in Lagos State without planning or development permit. Adedire told the court presided over by Justice Lateef Lawal-Akapo that all the builder has to do is to regularise with…
1 Oct 2018
Appalled by the planning conundrum, which has bedeviled many cities, the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (NITP) has been asked to lead the struggle of redeeming the nation’s town planning regulations. The call was predicated on the constant conflict between planners and policy makers, which had put the struggle of rescuing town planning at risk.…
16 Aug 2018
The nine states chapters of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (NITP) that made up the defunct eastern region of Nigeria have formed the eastern chapter of the institute, naming it Eastern Zonal Assembly (EZA) chapter of the NITP.
25 Jun 2018
Although, Section 30 of the Lagos State Physical Planning and Development Regulations, 2005, which is a subsisting document, clearly states that a signboard shall be erected at every construction site in the state, there seems to be laxity on the part of officials for the enforcement of the law.
25 Sep 2017
With the projection of Nigeria population reaching about 450 million by the year 2050, stakeholders in the built environment are advocating for the deployment of technology to bridge the existing housing gap in the country.
24 Jul 2017
Bothered that Nigeria is not keying into new wave of creative urban planning that helps cities evolve, town planners have urged the Federal Government to set up a national urban and regional planning commission.
3 Apr 2017
Driven by the need to have core professionals in its folds, experts have challenged town planners to rise to the level of generating ideas through innovative thinking and marketing.
13 Mar 2017
Efforts at bequeathing a befitting secretariat for Lagos Chapter of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (NITP) has received a boost with the completion of the architectural and structural designs of the institute.....
26 Sep 2016
Members of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (NITP) have began weeklong activities to mark its golden jubilee in Ibadan, Oyo State.

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