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The Signature of lease agreement with Open University of Mauritius

Landscope (Mauritius) Ltd is delighted to announce the signature of a lease agreement, this Monday 6th September, with the Open University of Mauritius. The Open University is the first University to be set up in the Education and Health Hub of Cote d’Or Smart City. The new state of the art campus that is being developed will cater for the learning needs of 10,000 students. It is anticipated to be fully operational in 2024.
The lease agreement was signed by Dr Kaviraj Sukon, Director General of the OUM, and Mrs Naila Hanoomanjee, CEO of Landscope Mauritius, in the presence of Vice Prime minister and Minister of Education, Mrs Leela Devi Dookun Luchoomun.
This agreement marks yet another step in transforming Mauritius into an Education Hub for the African continent.
It also further positions the Côte d’Or-Reduit region as the main Education Corridor of our knowledge economy, home to world class training institutions in the fields of life sciences, medicine, biotechnology, fintech and artificial intelligence.

A Cote d’Or : Landscope Mauritius octroie 30 arpents pour la construction d’un complexe medical public

#LandscopeMauritius – Le ministère de la Santé et Landscope (Mauritius) ont procédé, ce 8 juin 2021, à la signature d’un bail portant sur un terrain de 30 arpents à Côte d’Or. L’accord a été paraphé par la Senior Chief Executive du ministère de la Santé, Dalida Allagapen et Naila Hanoomanjee, CEO de Landscope (Mauritius) en présence du Dr Kailesh Jagutpal, ministre de la Santé.

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The launching ceremony of Data Technology Park by #LandscopeMauritius in the presence of the Honorable Prime Minister of Mauritius,Pravind Kumar Jugnauth

Le Premier ministre, l’Hon. Pravind Kumar Jugnauth ; le ministre des Finances, de la Planification économique et du Développement, Dr l’Hon. Renganaden Padayachy ; Vincent Lagarde, fondateur et président d’AVA TechnoPark Ltd ainsi que les membres du conseil d’administration de Landscope (Mauritius) se sont réunis ce mardi pour marquer deux évènements importants. D’une part, l’octroi du contrat pour les travaux d’infrastructures couvrant les 144 arpents du technopole ; et d’autre part, la finalisation du bail d’AVA TechnoPark, le premier promoteur à s’installer au Côte d’Or Data Technology Park.

 

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The launching ceremony of Centralised Digital Land Bank by #LandscopeMauritius in the presence of the Honorable Minister of Agro-Industry and Food Security, Maneesh Gobin

The launching ceremony of Centralised Digital Land Bank by #LandscopeMauritius in the presence of the Honorable Minister of Agro-Industry and Food Security, Maneesh Gobin, the Honorable Minister of Finance, Economic Planning and Development, Renganaden Padayachy, the CEO of Landscope Mauritius, Naila Hanoomanjee and the chairman of Landscope Mauritius, Preetam Bhoodun.

With the Centralised Digital Land Bank of State and Private Agricultural Land coming into operation on February 2, 2021, Mauritius people now have the option to rent land on different areas exclusively for food production.

 

 

 

 

Landscope Mauritius shares its know-how and expertise across the African borders.

During a two-days working session (20 & 21 Feb 2019), including site visits, Landscope Mauritius Ltd shared its transformation journey with a delegation of the Lesotho National Development Corporation’s team.

Landscope Mauritius has been chosen as benchmark after the LNDC’s engagement with EDB Mauritius in October 2018.

Headed by Mr. Lebohang Mohau, General Manager of Property Development and Management, the LNDC team had intensive working sessions with Landscope (Mauritius) to gather insight on how best to position themselves in their local market. Discussions were centred around the ideal structure(s) and matrix to put in place to meet the strategy of a ‘Property Development’ organization. The sharing of insights included exchanges on operational policies and business processes, and Landscope’s linkage into the country’s economic and social over-arching vision.

In October 2016, the LNDC initiated a refocusing and realignment exercise to address their economic, social and environmental issues faced by Lesotho. Founded in 1967, the LNDC is going through a transition and the 2-days fruitful exchange of information have led into a bi-lateral knowledge sharing that shall be translated into a Memorandum of Understanding which shall promote peer learning.