Idera Market: A shift to a place of comfort, convenience for consumers
by Hope Moses -Ashike
November 1, 2013 | 12:00 am| | | Start Conversation
By the time Idera Market is fully constructed and set in motion, consumers as well as traders will enjoy a more conducive environment for buying and selling.
In August 2002, 14 traders’ associations operating in Lagos Island conceived the idea of a befitting market with all modern facilities to be located at Magboro, providing opportunities for the ease of movement of goods and services in a more conducive environment where business can be conducted devoid of congestion and other encumbrances.
Consequently, construction work on the Idera Universal Market is set to commence soon. This is a market envisioned to be one of the best in the country. Idera Market is situated in Magboro, few kilometres from Lagos, moving into Ogun State purposely planned to be in the centre with flair of mega-city ambience.
The new market has been planned and designed with all the necessary facilities and infrastructure essential for a modern market to function effectively and efficiently. The market designed is aesthetic, easy to access of patronage.
Structurally, it is expected to be a central and appealing mall with ultra-modern plazas, accessible routes, 3,800 shop units, online shopping, offices, car parks, banking halls, and assurance of maximum security network, controlled sewage, waste management, a fire station, 24-hour electricity power supply, 24-hour water supply, etc. The market is divided into different plazas – each has 240 units with display areas and patron walk-through. The market association is offering a 20 percent initial payment for effective allocation, five instalments for the public, 5 percent discount on full payment within three months.
By: Hope Moses -Ashike
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