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Lagos Govt List all the Illegal Estate Developments to be pulled down in Epe Axis

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Lagos Government Set to Pull Down Illegal Estate Developments in Epe Axis

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The Lagos State Government has taken decisive action against illegal estate developments in the Epe corridor of the state. Dr. Oluyinka Olumide, the Commissioner for Physical Planning and Urban Development, led a special joint exercise to the area, covering locations such as Alaro City, Okorisan, Igbodu, Molajoye, Shaala, Ketu, and Epe.

During the exercise, notices were served on estate developments including Patriot Bay Estate, Smart City Estate, The Legend, and Hilton Royal Garden, among others. Dr. Olumide emphasized that developers must obtain layout approval, planning permit, and fencing permit before commencing any estate development.

These requirements are essential for creating an organized, livable, and sustainable built environment. Layout approval ensures proper arrangement of the estate and allows for the provision of necessary services and infrastructure.

Planning permits address the planning requirements for individual plots within the estate. Dr. Olumide urged property up-takers and buyers to be cautious when investing in estates without approval to avoid unnecessary embarrassment and potential demolition of their property.

To assist developers and buyers, the Ministry of Physical Planning and Urban Development provides a planning information service. This service offers information on approvable developments, zoning arrangements, and approval orders for specific locations.

The ministry’s staff is also available to guide developers through the necessary processes. Mr. Oluwole Sotire, the Permanent Secretary of the Office of Physical Planning, emphasized the importance of obtaining all required approvals before starting any project.

Additionally, property owners and developers are encouraged to take advantage of the 90-day amnesty period to regularize their permits for existing buildings.

This article was updated 1 month ago


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