Ogun State Leading Estate Firm, Pelican Valley Visits Farm Estate in Lagos

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…promised to launch a competitive and better one in Ogun State by September 11,2022

The leading property company in Ogun State,Pelican Valley Nigeria Ltd has visited a farm estate in Ikorodu, Lagos State, to understudy it in anticipation of launching one in Ogun with a competitive edge over others by September 11, 2022.

The farm estates located at Ikorodu area of Lagos State, is one among several own and operated by the Lagos State government.

Pelican Valley team led by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Dr. Babatunde Adeyemo, the company’s new Director of Operations, Mr Daniel Ifeoluwa , Pelican Legal and Compliance Officer, Temitope Akinremi Esq and Pelican Valley Architect, Arc. Ogunlowo Damilare last week shared with their hosts, ideas, insights, experiences and expectations regarding setting up cutting edge farm estate in Ogun State.

Dr. Adeyemo said the visit availed them the opportunity to have on -the -spot assassment of the Lagos farms ahead of the launch of Pelican”s Greenish Acres Farm Estate and Pelican’s Ecostay Apartments in Masa Kobape axis of Ogun State, by September 11 2022.

Dr.Adeyemo explained that the visit becomes necessary since the upcoming farm Estate is one of the Byproducts of one of the company’s Estates, The Pelican Brief. 

According to him, the project seeks to foster self – sustaining economy for the Pelican’s existing clients who had already taken advantage of the Pelican Brief Estate, Kobape, due to it close proximity to the much anticipated Greenish acres farm Estate. 

Dr. Adeyemo noted that the Farm Estate is going to be the first with Government Approved layout and also domiciled in the Agriculture zone of Ogun State masterplan , added that  the anticipated Greenish acres Farm Estate had been 75% subscribed even before official launch. 

He however urged prospective investors to quickly key into the project adding that the price of the land will increase from #3m to #3.5m per acre upon launch by Sept 11 2022.

The Pelican Legal and Compliance officer, Temitope Akinremi Esq., underscores the importance of the tour and planned launch of Pelican Valley Farm Estate, saying it would ensure the company functions in a legal and ethical manner while meeting its business goals.

Akinremi urged existing and prospective clients to key into it, noting that Pelican Valley in establishing the farm estate within Ogun state has passed the “legality test” and is poised to foster the development and growth of the state at large.

He cited Ogun, Kwara and Osun as states that maintain liberal agricultural policies and several incentives to attract foreign investors.

He added that,” Pelican legal team is responsible for developing compliance programs, reviewing company policies, and advising management on possible risks before the company embark on its project.

“Agriculture is a concurrent matter: this means that the federating states within Nigeria are entitled to make laws concerning agricultural development (Schedule II, 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria). 

“Every federal state may have its own agricultural policy and accords priority to crops that have comparable advantages, but in most cases state agricultural policy mirrors, but does not contradict, the Federal Government Agricultural Policy.”

In a separate remark, Director of Operations, Tpl. Ifeoluwa Daniel, gave insight on what clients should expect to gain.

He said, “The management’s visit to some of the operational farm estates by the Lagos State government was meant to draw from experience. This being the fact that we understudied the modern best practices in integrated farming in an urban setting for an eco-friendly and most importantly, a sustainable environment. 

“This to work and successfully materialise our mission to add value to the lifestyle of our clients in Pelican Brief estate to enable physical activeness, growing of wealth, tapping into the growing local food trend, the creation of edible landscapes, boost of local economy and promotion of healthy communities.”

Pelican Valley’s Architect, Arc. Ogunlowo Damilare said the Lagos state Farm Estate provided the Pelican Valley team a forum for priceless and a detailed case study.

He noted that,” This was not an oversight but a well planned visit which gave us access to meet one of the farmers who is also a top civil servant and also getting in contact with an engineer handling some of the facilities, both in use and under construction.

“The experience and ideas gathered from the visit will guide in proper planning and design to achieve a sustainable and eco-friendly environment for the proposed Pelican Greenish Acres which is the Pelican farm Estate. 

“With my several years of working with Pelican, achieving standards is a top priority. And with this latest development, all existing and potential clients should be rest assured of getting the best for their money.”

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