Tackling Causes of frequent Building Collapse in Nigeria
A building, once properly constructed is expected to be in use for a very long time. Although every society has its own problems and Nigeria is not an exception yet the very recent challenges of buildings collapsing in various locations have been giving the various arms of government and the people of Nigeria sleepless nights in view of the enormous loss of huge investments in housing,...
S.A. Oloyede, C.B. Omoogun, O.A. Akinjare
Oloyede Samuel » Dr Oloyede is currently the Sub-Dean, Postgraduate School, Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State. He is an Associate member of the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV). He is also a member of the Estate Surveyors and Valuers Registration Board of Nigeria. He is a Senior Lecturer and has published papers in reputable local and international journals. view full profile
Neighbourhood Citizen Participation in Environmental Planning and Management in Lagos State: The Estate Surveyors’ View.
Mortgage Financing in Nigeria: Challenges and the Search for Strategies Aimed at Achieving Global Competitiveness
Informal Land Market: Alternative Approach to Mass Residential Housing Provision in South-Western Nigeria
Informal Land Market: Alternative Approach to Sustainable Mass Residential Housing Provision in South-Western Nigeria.
Impact of Property Assets’ Management Styles on Effective Service Delivery in South-Western Nigerian Hotels
Real Estate Investment Trust: An Attractive Investment Vehicle for Real estate Development in Nigeria.
An Investigation into Consultants Perspective of Public Participation in Environmental Impact Assessment in Lagos Metropolis.
Academic Standards Benchmark and Estate Management Programme in Nigerian Universities: Compliance or Deviation.