The Managing Director, Buildcon Global Services Limited, Mrs. Bukunola Gadzama, has assured investors in its estate scheme – Pracht Gardens – of unparalleled luxury, comfort and security. The estate, in Ikota area of Lekki, Lagos, is touted to offer a dream environment for “aspirational” lifestyle.
Planned for delivery in April, Mrs. Gadzama said the estate was designed to meet subscribers’ taste for luxury.
“The estate has up-to-date security facilities that are measurable with what is obtainable in other parts of the globe. It is designed with affordability in mind and zero compromise on quality and finesse to meet the needs of subscribers,” she said.
To strengthen the security of residents, Mrs. Gadzama said a video surveillance technology has been installed to transmit signals from one monitor to another within the estate. There is also electrical fence wire that is powered by 24 hours electrical transformer, and patrol officers that engage in routine check to curtail misconducts, protection of subscribers as well as maintaining peace within the estate.
“In this period of insecurity, we have thought it wise to install up- -to-date technology that can track any movement made within the environment and to ensure that subscribers get the right value for money,” Gadzama stated.
Other features in the estate include a water treatment plant; fully paved road; suitable shopping centre; ample parking space; power supply and distribution; street lights; recreational centre for children; crèche; as well as electrical fence wire.
Pracht Gardens Estate consists of 40 units of four and five bedrooms fully detached duplexes as well as four bedrooms terraces, and sits on 21,000 metres square parcel of land.
A subscriber to the estate scheme, Mrs. Juliet Onioma, expressed her delight at the layout and features in the estate. She said the estate is a place that has all it takes to keep a family, as there are facilities that addresses the needs of children, like a park and school that eases the burden of moving out of the environment.
Another subscriber, Mr. Joe Aforieh, said he is fascinated with the structural design of the estate and the layout. “What interests me most is that l have the opportunity to come up with any additional plan to complement what is already being provided,” Aforieh stated.