NIGERIA INSTITUTE OF ESTATE SURVEYORS AND VALUERS SUMMIT


 

Wednesday 27 September, 2017, the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers held it annual event, ‘Mandatory Continuous Professionals Development (MCPD) at Classic Events centre, 7A Kudirat Abiola Way, Oregun Ikeja, Lagos. It is an annual programme put together by the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers to bring members up to date with current happenings and realities in the practice of real estate, most especially in estate surveying and valuation which play major role in the sector.



The Institution is committed to providing continuous capacity building programme and maintenance of highest possible qualification standards, this is to improve service offered to the public by its members.
The event was the first of its kind. Its the first major event of the new Chairman of NIESV Lagos Chapter, ESV Rogba Orimalade. The hall was filled to the brim, as industry experts trooped in enmasse.

The programme officially kicked off with the Chairman’s welcome address, ESV Rogba. In his address, he pinpointed the importance of the programme and the vision he has to further improve the sector. He also gave an insight of how the programme would look like and what to expect. As many practitioners already know, the Chairman has always been vocal even before he became the Chairman of the ‘very’ branch; a man who is committed and determined to improve the running of the institution.


The theme for this year’s programme is “Standardization of Valuation Reports in Nigeria”. There were 3 major facilitators with who did ‘great justice’ to the topic. Ass. Prof Gabriel K. Babawale spoke on the Standardization of Reports in Nigeria/ Asset Valuation Reporting. ESV Jimmy Omotosho did justice to the topic ” Standardization of Valuation Reports in Nigeria/ Land and Building Valuation Reporting. Whilst ESV Victor Alonge spoke on “Standardization of Valuation Reports in Nigeria in line with Registration Board.




















































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