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  •  The Nigerian Building and Road Research Institute NBRRI has reiterated the need for due process to be followed in the approval of building plans to prevent haphazard development and illegal construction The Public Relations Officer of NBRRI Mr Peter Mashem said this in an interview with the New Agency of Nigeria in Abuja on Friday NAN reports that that Mashem reiterated the call following research carried out by the institute s GIS and Remote Sensing Research Group to ascertain the high rate of settlements and population growth over time in the Nigerian Urban Centre using Suleja as a case study He said that Suleja was used as a case study due to its proximity to Abuja as it also served as residence to the people who commute daily to work in Abuja The study reiterated calls for due process in building plans approval in line with the provision of the new master plan to prevent haphazard development and illegal construction The study also urged Niger State Government to collaborate with the National Board for Technical Education and NBRRI on skills acquisition to create jobs for the rising population According to the study the state government needs to expand urban observatory for land information management system in the four planning regions He listed the region as Kontagora Bida Minna and Suleja Edited by Bola Akingbehin Ese E Ekama
    NBRRI restates calls for due process in approval of building plans
     The Nigerian Building and Road Research Institute NBRRI has reiterated the need for due process to be followed in the approval of building plans to prevent haphazard development and illegal construction The Public Relations Officer of NBRRI Mr Peter Mashem said this in an interview with the New Agency of Nigeria in Abuja on Friday NAN reports that that Mashem reiterated the call following research carried out by the institute s GIS and Remote Sensing Research Group to ascertain the high rate of settlements and population growth over time in the Nigerian Urban Centre using Suleja as a case study He said that Suleja was used as a case study due to its proximity to Abuja as it also served as residence to the people who commute daily to work in Abuja The study reiterated calls for due process in building plans approval in line with the provision of the new master plan to prevent haphazard development and illegal construction The study also urged Niger State Government to collaborate with the National Board for Technical Education and NBRRI on skills acquisition to create jobs for the rising population According to the study the state government needs to expand urban observatory for land information management system in the four planning regions He listed the region as Kontagora Bida Minna and Suleja Edited by Bola Akingbehin Ese E Ekama
    NBRRI restates calls for due process in approval of building plans
    Science & Technology6 years ago

    NBRRI restates calls for due process in approval of building plans

    The Nigerian Building and Road Research Institute (NBRRI), has reiterated the need for due process to be followed in the approval of building plans to prevent haphazard development and illegal construction.

     

    The Public Relations Officer of NBRRI, Mr Peter Mashem, said this in an interview with the New Agency of Nigeria in Abuja on Friday.

     

    NAN reports that that Mashem reiterated the call following research carried out by the institute’s GIS and Remote Sensing Research Group to ascertain the high rate of settlements and population growth over time in the Nigerian Urban Centre using Suleja as a case study.

     

    He said that Suleja was used as a case study due to its proximity to Abuja as it also served as residence to the people who commute daily to work in Abuja.

     

    “The study reiterated calls for due process in building plans approval in line with the provision of the new master plan to prevent haphazard development and illegal construction.

     

    “The study also urged Niger State Government to collaborate with the National Board for Technical Education and NBRRI on skills acquisition to create jobs for the rising population.’’

     

    According to the study, the state government needs to expand urban observatory for land information management system in the four planning regions.

     

    He listed the region as Kontagora, Bida, Minna and Suleja.

    Edited by: Bola Akingbehin/Ese E. Ekama

     

     

     

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