Tuesday, April 16, 2024
There has been discussion about the need for Nigeria’s economy to rebound. It should be highlighted, however, that Nigeria’s reliance on oil revenue has led to neglect of other important economic drivers. Real estate is one such industry that has...
The Governor of Lagos State, Mr. Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu has approved a 40% rebate on Planning Permit assessment for Civil Servants in the State. The Commissioner for Physical Planning and Urban Development, Dr. Oluyinka Olumide who made this known in...
The Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Ahmed Dangiwa, has disclosed that the Federal Government has allocated 675 hectares of land for the Diaspora City project situated at Maitama 2 in the Federal Capital Territory. According to a statement signed...
Obtaining a planning permit for a commercial building in Lagos is an essential milestone in the development journey, guaranteeing adherence to the state’s physical planning regulations and zoning laws. Navigating the permit application process can be intricate, requiring a deep...
Why Bamboo—That Nigeria’s economy is in bad shape, is no longer news. Food and other necessities are hard to come by. However, no matter what turn the economy takes, Nigerians, by their unique nature, will always find survival alternatives. That is...
In the bustling realm of real estate, Lagos stands out as a dynamic hub teeming with opportunities, particularly along the iconic Lekki-Epe Expressway. Echoing the wisdom of Henry David Thoreau, who hailed real estate as an enduring investment, Lagos embodies...
Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Shelter Afrique Development Bank (ShafDB), Mr. Thierno-Habib Hann, has revealed plans by the institution to explore more areas of entry into the Nigerian housing market. He therefore pledged the bank’s support to assist...
The global rental market is arguably larger than the owner-occupier property market. In countries like the United States, nearly 44 million housing units are currently being rented, comprising 34% of the total U.S. households. In the United Kingdom, roughly...
The Lagos State Building Control Agency (LASBCA) says it identified and published details of over 435 defective buildings with structural issues in 2023. The Director, Public Affairs, LASBCA, Mr Olusegun Olaoye, disclosed this in Lagos on Tuesday, February 27, 2024. He...
Former President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari has stated that addressing half of the challenges in the built environment sector hinges on the collective professionalism of experts within the building and infrastructure fields. Buhari, who spoke during the courtesy visit of...
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