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Lekki New City

In July 2008, Dar al Handasah (Shair and Partners) Consultants prepared a Draft Comprehensive

Infrastructure Master Plan for the western and central sections of the Lekki Peninsula as shown in

Figure 2-3. The objective of the report was to provide conceptual designs for the roads and utilities

and primary infrastructure. This was based on an updated land use master plan, which was also

prepared by the Consultants to guide the infrastructure planning and was discussed with the Ministry

of Urban Planning and Physical Development, local authorities and stakeholders.

Lekki constitutes a Sub-Region within the wider Lagos City Region, east of the city. The Plan covers

about 70 to 80 km long, stretching from Victoria Island in the west to Refuge Island in the east, with

an average width of 10 km. The project area covered an estimated 60,000 hectares and excluded the

areas allocated for the Lekki Free Zone, Sea Port and International airport. It is potentially one

of the most dynamic and important of all of the potential growth areas around Lagos, providing

adequate infrastructure.

The proposed land use master plan for the Lekki Sub-region envisages the Lekki Peninsula as a

“Blue-Green” Environment City. The unique characteristics of the Atlantic Coast, Lagos Lagoon and

the inland natural areas will be protected and enhanced to give Lekki New City a natural ambience

and character. Based on the proposed Land use plan, Lekki new city will be divided into 5 linear

development zones (excluding the Lekki Free Zone):


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