The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) and the Lagos State Government are collaborating to remove high-rise structures along flight paths, which constitute threat to air safety.
The two authorities have insisted that builders must receive clearance and permission from NCAA before embarking on any high-rise project around the airport.
The regulatory authority said this has become necessary in the face of real and obvious threat to safe flight operations, so it has elected to work with the state government to curb the danger posed by unauthorised high rise structures scattered around Lagos metropolis.
The authority explained that this collaboration was a resolution from a bilateral meeting between the NCAA Director General and the officials of the Lagos State Ministry of Physical Planning and Urban Development and Ministry of Works and Infrastructure. Read more