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Central Business District – Lagos State Government

Central Business District

VISION: Lagos Central Business Districts Transformed Into A 21st Century Business Precinct, Comparable To Other Major Cities in the Developed Countries of the WorlD

MISSION : To Provide a Stress Free and Conducive Business Environment For The Benefit Of Shoppers, Trades and Business Owners through Efficient and Effective Traffic and Environment Management

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND : The Lagos Central Business Districts Management Office was established in pursuant to the state Government Official Gazette (No 11 Vol. 41 part B of 22ndFebruary, 2008) to address the challenges of the maintenance of infrastructure and create conducive business environment for the citizenry.

Lagos Central Business Districts extend from the foot of Carter Bridge, westwards through Adeniji Adele Road to Marina (Inner and Outer) up to Tafawa Balewa Square, it continues to Broad Street, Idumagbo Avenue, Ereko Street, Martins Street, Balogun Street, back to idumota and to Carter Bridge

The Lagos Central Business District was revitalized and repositioned to recapture the essence of its former grandeur and vitality as the hub of Nigeria’s financial sector and economy.

Lagos Island BD coverage in a nutshell includes the following:

  1. Outer and inner Marina
  2. Broad Street
  3. Balogun Street
  4. Martins Street
  5. NnamdiAzikwe Street
  6. Eko Bridge
  7. Carter Bridge
  8. Apongbon Street
  9. Idumabgbo Avenue
  10. Campbell Street
  11. Breadfruit Street
  12. TinubuStrret
  13. Abibu-Oki Street
  14. OkeOlowogbowo Street
  15. Davis street
  16. Adeniji Adele Street
  17. Church Street
  18. Docemo Street
  19. Odunlami Street
  20. Iga Idunganran Street
  21. Ereko Street
  22. Kakawa Street
  23. Campos Street
  24. Bamgbose Street
  25. Alli Balogun Street
  26. Eyingbeti (Marina Foreshore)
  27. EbuteEro
  28. Force Road
  29. King George Road
  30. All Flyovers in Lagos Island

Lagos Central Business Districts are expected to be in places like Surulere, Ikeja, Apapa, and Alimosho.