The Lagos State Government has clamped down on illegal estate developments in the Epe corridor of the State, with a warning that they must come forward to the relevant authorities to perfect their documents within the 90 day Amnesty period.

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The Commissioner for Physical Planning and Urban Development, Oluyinka Olumide who led a special joint exercise to the axis where erring estate developers were served notices said under no circumstances should any developer go ahead and start the development of estates without obtaining layout approval, Planning Permit, and Fencing Permit as may be required.

He urged property uptakers and buyers to be weary of investing in estates without approval to avoid needless embarrassment from government officials or the risk of losing their property or investment to demolition.

The General Manager, Lagos State Physical Planning Permit Authority (LASPPPA), Tpl. Kehinde Oshinaike implored property owners and developers to seize the opportunity provided by the 90-day Amnesty period on the Planning Permit for completed buildings to regularise their developments by obtaining Planning Permits on their existing buildings.

Areas visited by the exercise include Alaro City, Okorisan, Igbodu, Molajoye, Shaala, Ketu, and Epe, where notices were served on estate developments such as Patriot Bay Estate, Smart City Estate, the Legend and Hilton Royal Garden.

Others are Greenland Estate, Legacy City, Isinmi Lagos, Dominion City, Topview Estate and Ibi Alafia, among others.

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