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DCLSM

DIRECTORATE OF COLLEGE LAND SPACE MANAGEMENT

BRIEF HISTORY
The Directorate of College Land and Space Management (DCLSM) was established by the College Management in January, 2014. The Directorate is to further enhance the revenue base of the College with an established policy guidelines for its day-to-day operations.

MISSION AND VISION
• The Directorate is to enhance the revenue base of the College.
• To formulate and make recommendations to the College Management on policy guidelines with respect to the maintenance of land and spaces in the College.
• To formulate and make recommendations for the provision, utilization and management of land spaces in the College.
• To formulate and make recommendations to the College Management on policy guidelines with respect to the maintenance of land and spaces in the College.

THE STRUCTURE AND PERSONNEL

CHAIRMAN BOARD OF THE DIRECTORATE

DIRECTOR

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER I

ACCOUNTANT I

CLERICAL OFFICER II

The Directorate members of staff are hereby listed below:

S/N NAME STATUS RANK POPULATION
1. Mr Iwuoha Uzodinma Chairman Chief Lecturer 1
2. Dr. Adetoro, R. A. Director Chief Lecturer 1
3. Mr Aliu, O. T. Admin. Secretary Administrative Officer I 1
4. Mr Adewuyi, W. A. Accountant Accountant I 1
5. Mr Akinsola, A. A. Clerk Clerical Officer II 1
TOTAL 5

ACTIVITIES AND ACHIEVEMENTS
• The Directorate has embarked on the construction of Build Operate and Transfer (BOT) modern lock-up shops of FCE, Shopping Complex located on College land along Alabata road, Camp. Over thirty (30) of such shops had been constructed and occupied.
• The Directorate successfully constructed three (3) new lock-up shops along Alabata road, Camp from the profit margin for the benefit of the Directorate and the College at large.
• Lease of land along Alabata road, Camp to the interested investors for the construction of lock-up shops.
• The Directorate has expanded the College shops in a new location beside FCE AQUAFECA for the purpose of allocation to interested applicants and had also constructed four (4) public toilets on the location.
• Also in the pipe line is a proposal from SART PARTNERS on Build Operate and Transfer (BOT) for 120 rooms’ hostel within the College Community is on-going.
• The Directorate has been ensuring that vehicles park at the designated places while No-Parking on the road is constantly maintained in the College.
• The Directorate has started collecting tolls from the College set-back at the frontage of Osiele market every five days to generate revenue for the College.
• The Directorate has been ensuring that College shop occupants paid their rents regularly.

SPECIAL QUALITIES AND PROGRAMMES
• To generate revenue to the College through rents and charges on the use of College land spaces within the College Community.
• To generate revenue to the College from letting/lease out land spaces along the perimeter boundaries of the College.
• To recommend charges for the hiring and use of land and spaces in the College.
• For proper monitoring of the perimeter boundaries of the College with a view of protecting the College land from encroachment and damage to the fence.
• To ensure prompt payment of the charges/revenue generated from the hiring and use of land and spaces in the College.