Tuesday, November 29, 2022
In an effort to resolve perennial water scarcity in Enugu State, Kent Housing, in conjunction with Ripple Heights and Daughters of Divine Love (DDL), has provided a borehole for pupils of Bishop Okoye Memorial Nursery and Primary School, Nnssuka,...
The Minister of State for Works and Housing, Umar El-Yakub, has reiterated the government’s commitment to developing smart cities with world-class designs, new building technology and innovations. This was as plans were unveiled to construct Abuja Diaspora Smart City, a...
By Ezra Ukanwa Abuja residents have urged the Federal Government, and Minister of Federal Capital Territory, Mohammed Musa Bello, to issue certificates of occupancy, C of O, as part of efforts to spur necessary infrastructural development and tackle housing deficit...
• Concerns as Lagos loses N66. 37 billion to collapsed building in 24 months • Records 20 cases, 90 deaths in nine months • Stakeholders seek collective response as Lagos promises sweeping reforms The country may have lost about N10 trillion to...
By Aduragbemi Omiyale The Director-General of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Mr Lamido Yuguda, has said the N159.5 billion investment needed to address the 20 million housing deficit in Nigeria, according to a study by the World Bank Group,...
BY OPE ADETAYO Lagos, Nigeria is positioned to become West Africa’s economic hub for the 21st century. But boundless economic and physical growth at the expense of protective wetlands puts the entire city at risk of climate disaster. It is the...
Olutoyin Ayinde is the President of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (NITP). In this interview with DAYO AYEYEMI, the number one town planner in Nigeria says there is a connection between physical planning development and urban security. He...
Towards economic, social and environmental sustainability, Lagos authorities have begun moves to develop a comprehensive Urban Development Policy (LSUDP) to guide development within the state. The proposed 30-year policy is expected to cover 2022 to 2052. The Guardian learnt that...
...road construction to gulp N175.4bn out of N288.4bn for capital spending John Alechenu, Abuja The Federal Government has proposed to spend a total of N300.3 billion of its N20.51 trillion budget on its activities in the Ministry of Works and Housing...
Director, Information and Communications, Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Muhammad Hazat Sule, has deplored refusal by residents to pay taxes, stating that about N29 billion is being owed in ground rent. Speaking yesterday at a forum with journalists in Abuja, Sule...
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