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Building megacities: could Africa lead the way?

By Mark Hattersley, September 3rd, 2013 Ambitious city plans could transform the African continent but what will the new urban jungle look like? The city of the future could well be a very interesting place in which to live. Forget the hectic, jam-packed urban decay that marks most modern cities: the metropolis of the future [...]

Lagos requires N440bn for shoreline protection project

  by Dayo Ayeyemi, June 26th, 2013 The Lagos State Government said yesterday that it would require N440 billion to protect the state’s shoreline, covering 87 kilometres, from problems of coastal erosion and degradation. Besides, the Commissioner for Waterfront Infrastructure Development, Mr. Adesegun Abiodun Oniru, an engineer, said the state government has spent over N38 [...]

Journey of Eko Atlantic 2012

Published on Dec 7, 2012 (www.abndigital.com) Lagos state is home to one of the largest urban development projects in Africa that will solve the states problems with congestion and infrastructural decay. Eko Atlantic will be a city built on 10 square kilometers of land reclaimed from the Ocean, where quarter of a million people and businesses [...]

Beyond Markets, Nigeria’s Eko Atlantic with David Frame

Nigeria’s Eko Atlantic will grow into a vibrant, twenty-first century city. Its developers say it will help establish Lagos as the financial capital of Africa. Joining ABN now from Lagos is David Frame, MD of South Energyx Nigeria Limited, developers and city planners behind the project. By ABNDigital

Eye on Lagos – Eko Atlantic City Project

It is a metropolis rising from the Atlantic Ocean. The Eko Atlantic city project is the ambitious plan to build a vibrant 21st century city that will stretch over 7 kilometers and will be built on over 9 square kilometers of land reclaimed from the ocean. This huge reclamation project kicked off in 2008 when [...]

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The new city of Eko Atlantic is the most impressive urban development project in Nigeria.

Eko Atlantic will be a new home to 250,000 people and the workplace of another 150,000. The ten square kilometre development will have waterfront areas, tree-lined streets, efficient transport systems and mixed-use plots that combine residential areas with leisure facilities, offices and shops.

Eko Atlantic will enhance the status of Lagos and create a new and stronger financial hub for the whole of West Africa.

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