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Towards ensuring the reduction of incessant building collapse in Lagos State, the Ministry of Physical Planning and Urban Development is seeking a collaboration with the artisans, under the aegis of the Association of Building Artisans of Nigeria (ASBAN) to provide safer building.

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Looking to breathe new life into your walls?

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This concept was conceived as a cheaper and better alternative to the conventional back-to-back tenement houses and poorly designed terrace units.

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A new International construction cost comparison report released recently has revealed that the price of construction in Switzerland is 71 per cent higher than of the UK where costs were now more than 20 per cent below their peak price in mid-2008.

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With its target to create an efficient, sustainable facility to meet global health and safety standards, construction formally took off recently on the multi-billion naira Standard Chartered Bank Nigeria (SCBN) headquarters complex in Lagos, already being touted by its promoters as one of Nigeria’s green and energy efficient buildings that optimizes space and up-to- date technology.

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I decided to create this thread to document and provide useful information to anyone who has decided to head down the path that my client (love-tosin, a fellow nairalander) did, and build their own house. This will be a true, real life and hopefully day to day as it transpires update.

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Depending on who you are talking to, there are normally three stages to the building plans that should be drawn when you are building a new house.

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Piqued by last week’s building collapse in Idumota, Lagos Island, where several people lost lives and property, Lagos authorities have unfolded new measures to stem the tide.

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Citing federal government’s effort to improve energy supply in Nigeria and the need to scale up energy efficiency that will go a long way to reduce demand, electricity bills, Green House Gas emissions which would allow more citizens with access to electricity saved, the United Nation Development Programme (UNDP), Global Environment Facility (GEF) and the Federal Government of Nigeria is set to promote energy efficiency in residential and public sector in the country.

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The controversy surrounding the sale of the 37-storey NITEL building took a dramatic turn recently with the revelation by the liquidator of the NITEL/MTEL Pension Fund, Olusola Adekanola, that the board of NITEL approved the sale of the head office building – NECOM House. Adekanola, in a statement from his media and communication consultant, Kazie Uko, revealed that the list of NITEL’s non-core assets that were transferred to NITEL/MTEL Staff Pension Fund was prepared by a team of professionals working with NITEL management.

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