The state government says the projects will be financed through Public-Private Partnership.
The Lagos State Government says it will continue to create more man-made islands at its waterfront across the state, to further increase land availability for Housing and Infrastructural Development.
The United Nations urged civic leaders to build more liveable urban centres better for public health, society and the environment
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Citizens living under the Stung Meanchey Bridge can move to their plots along the Stung Meanchey canal within two weeks, Phnom Penh municipal governor Khuong Sreng said.
At a workshop analysing the development of the canal, Sreng said all sectors in the capital had developed over the past two decades. The economy has grown and there’s been an increase of citizens and vehicles.
The Quezon City government has bought a property in Barangay Bagong Silangan and Payatas to house some 3,000 informal settlers.
Mayor Joy Belmonte has signed the deeds of sale of 214,057 square meter property.
In the six months since the coronavirus began its global spread, more than 15 million people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and more than 600,000 have perished. Governments around the world have instituted lockdowns and shut down businesses.
Main photo: land to be taken for the Vientiane Expressway in Laos is shown in a 2020 photo (RFA)
Port Moresby’s suburban jumble that is Taurama Valley has been condemned as a failure and a disaster by city Governor Powes Parkop.
SOME 10–15% of the land area in cities could be converted for use as fruit and vegetable farms, the Department of Agriculture (DA) said.
Agriculture Secretary William D. Dar made the estimate while discussing a model urban farm project run by the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) at the end of National Farmers and Fisherfolk Month.
BANGKOK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Chinese tech giant Tencent is creating a “smart city” that utilises technology to put people and the environment first, a model that could be applied to other urban developments after the coronavirus, the project’s architect said on Wednesday.