LASG vows to seal unlawful gasoline/petrol stations in residential areas
An announcement by Mr Mukaila Sanusi, spokesman, Ministry of Physical Planning and City Pattern on Thursday acknowledged that the Commissioner within the ministry, Dr Idris Salako reached the resolution at a gathering alongside with his high officials.
The commentary acknowledged the measure used to be adopted to tame the menace of incessant explosion of gasoline filling stations within the exclaim.
Salako all the scheme in which thru the assembly with District Officers and Supervisory Directors in Ikeja, acknowledged that “it had develop into expedient to discourage the propensity to attach Gasoline and Petrol Stations indiscriminately in densely populated residential neighborhoods all the scheme in which thru the Utter.
The resolution will safeguard lives and properties, whereas declaring the sanctity of the built atmosphere,” he acknowledged.
He acknowledged that excellent 17 gasoline filing stations had planning permits, including that, “all illegally built stores as effectively as these working in densely populated residential areas would be sealed off to avert extra mishaps”.
Salako acknowledged the ministry would collaborate with other agencies including Ministry of Vitality and Mineral Resources, Lagos Utter Security Price, Lagos Utter Environmental Protection Company and the Division of Petroleum Resources to safely decomission any sealed Gasoline/Petrol Filling Space.
He entreated District Officers and Supervisory Directors to be alive to their tasks and uphold the Extraordinary Working Procedures of the Ministry, whereas warning that erring officers would be punished.
The Commissioner acknowledged breakers of executive enforcement seals as effectively as owners of collapsed structures, would be prosecuted in accordance with the Lagos Utter City and Regional Planning and Pattern Regulations 2019.
Other high officials at
the assembly included the Particular Adviser to the Governor on City Pattern, Mr Ganiyu Ayuba, Eternal Secretary of the ministry Mr Foluso Dipe, General Manager, Lagos Utter Physical Planning Enable Authority, Mrs Funmi Oshifuye and the General Manager, Lagos Utter Constructing Adjust Company, Mrs Abiola Kosegbe.