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Olusegun Ajanlekoko

21 Dec 2020
Amid the growing need to eliminate illegal developments and ensure better living environment, the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (NITP) has been urged to provide structured urban development and rural planning.
18 Mar 2019
Towards advancing the surveying profession, the Commonwealth Association of Surveying and Land Economy (CASLE) has harped on the need for its members to forge additional relations with other professional bodies both within and internationally. Accordingly, such move is to take advantage and benefits from the bulk of knowledge at the disposal of other affiliated organisations…
24 Jul 2017
Amid uncertainty in the nation’s foreign exchange regime and other fiscal policies, built environment professionals have called for urgent steps to address the growing unemployment rate and job losses in the construction sector.
19 Sep 2016
With the recession leaving major players in the real estate bruised, experts have said that the return to growth of the nation’s economy should be driven by the construction industry.

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