Q: Where is Queen's Garden Estate Simawa
A: Queen's Garden Estate Simawa is situated adjacent to the New RCCG Auditorium along Simawa Road and within estate 14 in the old Auditorium.
Q: What other estates and/ or ins tu ons are within 2-3km radius of Queen's Garden, Simawa?
A: Road 14 inside RCCG Old Auditorium leads to Queen's Garden, Simawa
Q: What other payments do I make apart from the payment for the land?
A: Survey plan – N 150,000, Legal documentation – N100,000, Developmental Fee – Not Yet Determined
Q: What is the plot size at Queen's Garden, Annex II Isheri-North?
A: 500 sqm & 300 sqm
Q: What will the development levy be used for?
A: Electrification, Landscaping & Road Network, Drainages, Kerbs, Security
Q: Is there any encumbrance on the land?
A: The land is free from every known encumbrance and no adverse claimant on the land.
Q: What do I get after completion of payments for the land?
A: A duly executed receipt of purchase, Contract of Sale, Invoice, Copy of Survey plan, Letter of allocation ( After completion of payment for the land), Deed of Assignment )
Q: What if I need a Commercial or Corner-piece?
A: Commercial plot attracts the sum of N1,000,000 while Corner-piece attract N500,000
Q: Is there any document/ title on the land?
A: The Title on the land is Survey/Registered Layout (OG/1565/2017/034)
Q: Can I pay a deposit and pay the balance anytime within the duration of the tenure chosen?
A: After the payment of initial deposit, you are expected to pay the balance monthly as non-payment as at when due will be treated as a breach of contract which can either result to termination or revocation of the contract.
Q: Is there any restriction as to the type of building I can erect on the land?
A: Yes. You are expected to build residential houses within the area so designated for such and commercial houses in areas designed as commercial. Shops in residential houses are however not allowed and building of tenement house type (otherwise known as face me and face you) are not permitted in the estate. We have our Prototype building for this particular Estate.
Q: Is there any time limit to commence work on my land after allocation?
A: Allottees are advised to take possession and develop their plot/s of land within a year of allocation in order to control weed. However, in a situation whereby the land is left unkempt, the developer will come in to keep the land tidy and expenses incurred will be passed to you to offset.