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Major golf and leisure development project announced for Nigeria

The largest leisure developer in the African continent which already has nine developments in South Africa is now expanding into Nigeria with a multi million dollar luxury golf estate in Badagry, Lagos Estate.

Pinnacle Point Group's Lagos Keys development will include 300 luxury homes, an international golf course, a marina with boutique shops, a six star hotel and conference facilities. At its centre will be an iconic 18 storey pyramid glittering with solar panels that will provide power for the project.

The development is part of a wider plan by the company to position itself as a major global player in both the golf and residential estate development markets in the next five years. Actual and projected turnover of all projects being executed by the Pinnacle group across Africa currently under management exceeds $6.6 billion.

The group is also to build one of the world's most exclusive golf and casino resorts on an island in the Indian Ocean off Mahe, Seychelles. Pinnacle Point won the tender from the Seychelles government and the project will be the largest investment in the Seychelles leisure industry.

The company's flagship development, Pinnacle Point Beach and Golf Resort, on the east coast of South Africa, has received numerous awards and accolades and the golf course has been voted one of the Top Ten Best New Golf Courses in the World.

'The Pinnacle Point Group is committed to the development and management of all its properties to the highest standards possible, in accordance with a global trend towards luxury lifestyle living,' a spokesman said.

'It is equally committed to maintaining the highest environmental standards across all properties and to a policy of responsible corporate social investment,' he added.

The company is also looking to partner with a major international development company in the United Arab Emirates to expand further both in Africa and beyond.