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Lagos to demolish illegal structures within Lekki Free Zone

Lagos to demolish illegal structures within Lekki Free Zone

According to Vanguard, LAGOS State Government said it will soon start demolishing all illegal structures on land within the Lekki Free Zone (LFZ). The state’s Commissioner for Commerce, Industry and Co-operatives, Prince Rotimi Ogunleye, said in a statement that private estate developers and land grabbers have illegally encroached on the land and are to face the wrath of the law. ...

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When Does it Become Necessary to Demolish a Building?

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Building takes time, and demolition takes consideration. Demolishing a building isn’t easy, and it requires careful, detailed planning to demolish any structure. When is it really necessary to carry out a demolition? Whether corporate buildings or household projects are considered, demolition services should be engaged by inquiring minds and conservative pursuits. When is it time to demolish a building? The ...

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Lagos demolishes illegal structures, shanties in Lekki, Ikoyi, VI

Lagos demolishes illegal structures, shanties in Lekki, Ikoyi, VI

  The Nation reports that, the Lagos State Government has begun the demolition of illegal structures and shanties in Ikoyi, Lekki and Victoria Island, with the operations led by Chairman of Lagos State Environmental and Special Offences Unit (Task Force) Olayinka Egbeyemi, a Superintendent of Police. Egbeyemi said the demolition was long overdue following the expiration of the ultimatum given ...

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Enugu moves to demolish illegal structures

Enugu moves to demolish illegal structures

If the Enugu State government carries out its threat to demolish structures built beside waterways, especially in the metropolis; no fewer than 95 buildings including business areas, schools and churches will be pulled down. According to The Guardian, the move to demolish these structures which government described as “illegal” may not be unconnected with the recent flooding of the multimillion ...

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