NITP Newsletter 1st Edition!

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Newsletter Alert! The NITP has released it’s first newsletter with updates & happening in the Institute all around the country & it is available for download! Get the full information of what has been happening so you don’t miss out next time! CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD (25.1MB) [PDF] PS: You need a PDF Reader to […]

NITP urges FG to set up urban, regional planning commission

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The commission is supposed to formulate national policies for urban and regional planning; initiate, prepare and implement National Physical Development Plan, regional and subject plans as well as establish and maintain urban and regional planning standard. Bothered that Nigeria is not keying into new wave of creative urban planning that helps cities evolve, town planners […]

Call for Participation: Smart Cities Summit

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CALL FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE FORTHCOMING SMART CITIES SUMMIT NIGERIA AT TRANSCORP HILTON HOTEL, ABUJA 8 – 9TH AUGUST,  2017 I, am directed by the National President to call on all town planners to participate in the Smart Cities International Summit Nigeria being organized by the Federal Ministry of Communications and the Local Organizing Committee […]


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As the world celebrates again, today, the World Environment Day, the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners joins in this celebration. Our attention is particularly drawn to this year’s theme, “Connecting people to Nature”, and we wish to emphasize the need for man to live in planned settlements which seek to blend man and nature together. […]

MCPDP Osogbo 2017 Summary

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Mandatory Continuing Professional Development Programme 2017 Osogbo, Osun State, 2nd Venue, Day One 17th May 2017 The MCPDP opening ceremony was colourful. Paper presentation by Tpl Dr Bolanle Wahab fnitp, Tpl Miss Olunloyo Olubukola and a group syndicate sessions with a presentation from Initiative for the Support and Promotion of Human Settlements in Nigeria.