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The monitoring and enforcement activities of Lagos State Physical Planning Permit Authority (LASPPPA) was carried out at Ikoyi/Victoria Island, Eti-South and Ajah district, this week

. The exercise revealed an increase in the breaking of government seals by owners/developers whose properties were sealed for contravening physical planning permit laws. Cosequently, LASPPPA is calling on actors in the Lagos built environment to desist from breaking her seals but rather visit any of her 40 district offices closest to them, to be guided on appropriate actions needed …

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LASPPPA HARPS ON VOLUNTARY COMPLIANCE WITH PHYSICAL PLANNING PERMIT LAWS   

·        Takes Motorised Campaign to Ikeja, Ojodu, Other Areas As part of strategies to discourage haphazard development across the State and subsequently curb incidents of building collapse, the Lagos State Physical Planning Permit Authority (LASPPPA) has appealed to residents to embrace voluntary compliance with Physical Planning Permit Laws as against waiting for a clampdown against violators.  The General Manager of the Authority, Tpl. …

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LASPPPA extends monitoring and enforcement activities to Amumo and Ori Ade axis

Lagos State Physical Planning Permit Authority (LASPPPA) has extended her Monitoring and Enforcement Activities to Amuwo and Ori-Ade Areas of the State in continuance of her Monitoring and Enforcement Programme for the Year. During the Exercise, properties whose Owners failed to produce their Physical Planning Permits and those contravening Physical Planning Permit Laws and as such, earlier served Contravention Notices …

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LASPPPA CHARGES REAL ESTATE DEVELOPERS ON SPEEDY PROCESSING OF PLANNING PERMIT

The General Manager, Lagos State Physical Planning Permit Authority (LASPPPA), Tpl. Kehinde Osinaike has charged Real Estate Developers to ensure that all necessary documents needed for the processing of their Planning Permits are perfected before approaching the agency for approval. Tpl. Osinaike gave the charge during a courtesy visit by members of the Real Estate Developers Association of Nigeria (REDAN) to …

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LAGOS SEALS 67 STRUCTURES IN ALIMOSHO LG FOR CONTRAVENING STATE PLANNING LAWS

No fewer than 67 commercial and residential buildings, as well as structures in Alimosho Local Government Area of Lagos State, have been sealed by officials of the Lagos State Physical Planning Permit Authority (LASPPPA) for contravening the State Physical Planning regulations during a recent enforcement exercise carried out by the Authority. According to the General Manager, LASPPPA, Mr. Kehinde Osinaike, …

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LASPPPA COMMENDS GOVERNOR SANWO-OLU FOR PROVISION OF OPERATIONAL VEHICLES 

The General Manager, Lagos State Physical Planning Permit Authority (LASPPPA), Tpl. Kehinde Osinaike, has commended Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu for the release of 20 operational vehicles to the Agency.  Osinaike gave the commendation recently while taking delivery of the vehicles in Ikeja, noting that the gesture was a manifestation of the Governor’s promise and determination to support LASPPPAtowards the implementation of her mandate …

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“WE ARE REFORMING PHYSICAL PLANNING DEVELOPMENT THROUGH FRIENDLY POLICIES” – LAGOS COMMISSIONER 

… Engages Stakeholders in Agege, Environs The Lagos State Physical Planning Permit Authority (LASPPPA) has instituted several initiatives including policies and reforms that have made the process of obtaining planning permits seamless, purpose-driven and public-friendly. Those were the words of the Commissioner for Physical Planning and Urban Development, Dr. Idris Salako, when he spoke at a stakeholders’ forum organised by LASPPPA, …

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LASPPPA TARGETS 10 WORKING DAYS FOR PROCESSING OF PHYSICAL PLANNING PERMITS 

The General Manager, Lagos State Physical Planning Permit Authority (LASPPPA), Tpl. Kehinde Osinaike, has promised a further reduction in the turnaround time of processing Physical Planning Permits to 10 working days from its present 12 to 13 days. He explained that the Agency would further reduce the processing time to enhance previous improvements that have been initiated to make the collection …

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