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MASTER PLAN PROPOSAL

TO DEVELOP A PARKS AND RECREATION MASTER PLAN FOR THE


CITY OF IBADAN, OYO STATE NIGERIA.

FEBRUARY 17, 2018


MRILOT PROFESSIONALS AND CONSULTANCY SERVICE NIGERIA LIMITED.
The head office is currently located at 182/18, first floor Wilberforce house, broad st, Lagos island, Lagos
state
LADOKE AKINTOLA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY,
P.M.B 4000 OGBOMOSO, OYO STATE.

MASTER PLAN FOR PROPOSED IBADAN CITY PARK

WRITTEN BY:
ADENIYI EMMANUEL T.

MATRIC NO: 130273

COURSE: URP 405

TITLE: PLANNING STUDIO V

SUBMITTED TO:
THE DEPARTMENT OF URBAN REGIOAL PLANNING LAUTECH OGBOMOSO.

L.IC: DR. M.O JELILI (MNITIP)

DATE: 13 /2/18

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Our Reference: 0288945 14th February, 2018.

DR. M.O. Jelili, (MNITP, RTP.)

H.O.D, U.R.P Department,

Ladoke Akintola University of technology,

Ogbomoso,

Oyo State, Nigeria.

P.M.B 6000.

Dear Sir,

We sincerely commend the good work of an enriched proposed project advertised on the
national dailies as concerning the city master plan. We pray that God Almighty grant you respect
and successful implantation of good works.

In line with invitation posted on the daily times The Oyo state government is seeking
proposals from qualified consulting firms to provide professional services to the City to develop
a Parks and Recreation Master Plan. The plan should create a roadmap for ensuring an
appropriate balance of facilities and amenities throughout the community now and into the
future. The Oyo state government is seeking a system-wide approach to evaluating parks and
open space recreational facilities and amenities in order to develop goals, policies and guidelines
along with achievable strategies.

The Ibadan Parks and Recreation Master Plan that will be created from this work effort
will be heavily used as a resource for future development and redevelopment of the City’s parks,
open space, and recreation system over the next five years.

It is then on this ground that we the Mrilot group company under the leadership of Mr.
Adeniyi Emmanuel Tolulope comes to the government table via the general invitation showing

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our interest towards delivering a quality insurance and aesthetically sound and well developed
physical background for the proposed city park.

We sincerely look forward to convincing you that our noble firm with various accolated
and awards on matters of similar dexterity will be deemed worthy of the job. But first we the
Mrilot groups wishes to provide a copy of our company profile for proper and adequate
referencing on our c.v.

Background

Mrilots was founded in the zenith of 2005 and incorporated in its present name in 2010.
Since then, the firm has evolved into an integrated and multi-disciplinary organization. As
consultants, Mrilots have conducted various project throughout Nigeria involving many facets of
the development industry.

Our areas of expertise ranges from professional service on various form urban designs to
the land development industry and are geared towards service a broad client base, from everyday
problems to planned communities. Mrilots provide a range of integrated professional services in
areas project management, urban designs, Comprehensive General Plan (master plan), land
surveying, valuation and assets recording, landscape architecture, as well as environmental
planning and management.

We believe that having the combination of the above discipline under one roof gives our
company advantage in being able to produce innovative design solution that are practical and
cost effective. The company has dynamic technology-driven and professionally competent
personnel.

 The head office is currently located at 182/18, first floor Wilberforce house, broad st, Lagos island, Lagos state. With a
main branch in Gariki area 3, Abuja. In years to come innovative plans are already on ground to spread around our
offices across Nigeria and the whole world at large.

Note: see the copy of the company profile attached to this document for proper reference
on Mrilots innovative works all across Nigeria and oversea.

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INTRODUCTION

The City of Ibadan is the capital and the most populous city of Oyo state, Nigeria. With
the population of over 3 million, and is the third most populous city in Nigeria after Lagos and
Kano. It’s the country’s largest city by geographical area. At the time of independent in 1960,
Ibadan was the largest most populous city in the country and the second largest most populous in
Africa after Cairo. Ibadan is located in the south-western Nigeria, 128km inland northeast of
Lagos and 530km south west of Abuja and is a prominent transit pint between coastal region and
the areas hinterland of the country. Ibadan is strategically located at the intersection of two
interstate highways (1-123 and I-456) approximately forty miles from the state capital of Capital
City. Ibadan has benefited from the substantial growth of the region in the last twenty years.

Historically an agricultural area, the City has developed to become a dynamic and
involved community making it a highly desirable place to call home for families as well as
retirees. Ibadan is approximately 3080 square kilometers (1190 sq. mi) in size and has a very
diverse population estimate to be more than 52,500 residents. Ibadan’s recent residential boom
is now being complemented with a flurry of commercial growth and infrastructure
improvements. Developments in the City along with the heritage of the surrounding region have
also made it attractive to tourists and long-term visitors who have purchased second homes.
According to the 2010 national Census update for oyo state, Ibadan’s demographic makeup is as
follows:

• Yoruba 27%

• Hausa and Igbo 18%

The City of Ibadan’s preschool and school-aged population (newborn to 17) is 20.1%,
college-age through young adult (18-44 years) is 49.3%, and middle age and seniors (45-55+)
compose 30.2%. The median household income in Ibadan is #7,500. Of the total population
older than 5 years, 35.8% speak a language other than English at home. It is anticipated that the
population in Ibadan will grow to 5million by 2025.

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Project Description

The Oyo state government is seeking proposals from qualified consulting firms to
provide professional services to the state to develop a Ibadan Parks and Recreation Master Plan
for the city of Ibadan. The state government has a strong commitment to provide high quality
parks and recreation facilities and programs for citizens of the city of Ibadan. The consultant
will collect and analyze data to develop a clear set of goals, policies and standards for the City’s
park system, open space, trails, recreation facilities and program development for the next five
years. The consultant will work closely with City staff and the Parks and Recreation Advisory
Board in preparing the Parks and Recreation Master Plan. The consultant will create a document
for distribution to the public.

The Parks and Recreation Master Plan will become an element of the current Ibadan
Comprehensive General Plan and will require the approval of the Parks and Recreation Advisory
Board, the Planning and Zoning Commission, and the City Council. This process is to include
developing a comprehensive inventory, an analysis of forecasted needs and implementation
strategies. Specific items to include in the study, but not limited to, are:

Scope of Work

 Public Process

• Identify, describe and implement a comprehensive strategy and methodology for citizen
involvement in this Master Plan development process

• Assure the residents, user groups, associations, and other stakeholders that they are provided an
opportunity to participate in the development of this plan

• Conduct at least three (3) public community meetings and a minimum of two (2) focus groups
(participants to be determined) and individual stakeholder interview across the city.

• A minimum of two (2) meetings with the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board to provide
progress reports

• Act as professional facilitators to gather specific information about services, use, preferences
and any agency strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats

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• Provide well-organized and directed activities, techniques and formats that will ensure that a
positive, open and proactive public participation process is achieved

• Provide written records and summaries of the results of all public process and communications
strategies

• Help to build consensus and agreement on the plan and if consensus is not possible, provide
information for informed decision making for the Commission

• Provide methods to hear from as many people as possible, including users and non-users of the
services and facilities

 Statistically Valid Survey

• Provide a city-wide statistically-valid community needs assessment survey with a return


rate that accurately represents a sampling of the community population to identify community
needs and issues on the recreation and park programs and facilities. This survey will be used as
a baseline to determine needs, desires and willingness to pay

 Demographic Trends

• Review and interpret demographic trends and characteristics of the City of Ibadan using
information from the City of Ibadan Comprehensive General Plan and other regional and local
sources

 Existing and Future Facilities-Analysis of Level of Service

• Compile an inventory and assessment of the existing parks, trails, open space and
facilities. The assessment will include a comparative analysis to communities of similar size and
density regionally and using nationally accepted standards. The analysis should consider the
capacity of each amenity found within the system (playgrounds, ball fields, trails, natural areas,
special facilities, etc.) as well as functionality, accessibility, condition, comfort and convenience.
Each amenity should be evaluated regarding its service from both a resident and a visitor
perspective. Evaluation criteria should be based on the expressed values of the community. The
analysis will also include identification of best possible providers of community and recreation

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services and recommendations for minimizing duplication and enhancing possibilities for
partnerships where appropriate

 Rank and Prioritize Demand and Opportunities

• Prioritize recommendations for needs regarding land acquisition, and the development
of parks, trails, open space, and recreation facilities • Develop a set of prioritized
recommendations for maintenance and renovation of parks, trails and recreation facilities

 Analysis of Programs and Services

• Provide an assessment and analysis of the Parks and Recreation Department’s current
level of recreation programs, services and maintenance in relation to present and future goals,
objectives and directives

• Provide a user fee analysis for facilities and programs and services

• Provide an analysis of the best possible providers for programs and services and
identify and discern any unnecessary duplication of services through public and private program
providers

• Provide recommendations for minimizing duplications or enhancing possibilities for


collaborative partnerships where appropriate

 Progress Reporting

• A delegate from the Mrilot groups together with the Project Manager provided by Oyo
state shall hold progress meetings as often as necessary, but in no case less than once per month
until the final plan is approved by the Oyo state ministry of works Council for the purpose of
progress reporting. The consultant shall supply the Project Manager with at least one (1) copy of
all completed or partially completed reports, studies, forecasts, maps or plans as deemed
necessary by the Project Manager at least three (3) working days before each progress meeting.
The Project Manager shall schedule the meetings, as necessary, at key times during the
development of the Master Plan.

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 Action Plan

• Collect analyze demographic information for the community

• Collect and analyze information on participation, needs, desires, operations,


programming and land use trends and make Level of Service recommendations

• Identify areas of service shortfalls and projected impact of future trends

• Provide useable and workable definitions and recommendations for designated park and
open space with acreages and parameters defined as appropriate

• Develop recommendations for operations, staffing, maintenance, programming and


funding needs

• Provide a clear plan for development of programming direction based on standards and
demand analysis

• Develop a definitive program for acquisition and development of parkland, recreation


facilities, open space, trails and parks maintenance and administration of facilities for the future •
Provide a maintenance and operation analysis

• Identify opportunities for available funding and acquisition alternatives • Develop an


action plan which includes strategies, priorities and an analysis of budget support and funding
mechanisms for the short term, mid-term and long term for the park system, open space, trails
and recreation programs and services

 Development of Final Plans and Supporting Materials

• The Master Plan must include written goals, plans, objectives, and policy statements
that articulate a clear vision and “road map” and model for the Parks and Recreation
Department’s future

• A summary of existing conditions, inventories and Level of Service analysis

• Charts, graphs, maps and other data as needed to support the plan and its presentation to
the appropriate audiences

• A Financial Plan
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• An Action Plan

• One (1) meeting with the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board at the time of adoption
of the Master Plan

• One (1) public hearing with the Planning and Zoning Commission at the time of
adoption of the Master Plan

• A minimum of two (2) meetings with the City Council, one at the time of the
presentation of the draft Master Plan, and one at the adoption of the final Master Plan

• A color version of the draft Master Plan document consisting of one (1) printed and
bound color copy and an electronic copy in a format compatible with the City’s software

• A color version of the final Master Plan document consisting of three (3) printed and
bound color copies and an electronic copy in a format compatible with the City’s software

• A color version of the final Executive Summary consisting of ten (10) printed copies
and an electronic version in a format compatible with the City’s software

Note: The City shall be responsible for the arrangement, notice and any other
costs associated with the above meeting schedule. The consultant shall review
with the City’s Project Manager all prepared information for the public meeting
at least three (3) days prior to the scheduled meetings.

 Items to be provided by the Oyo state government

• A Project Manager – Parks and Recreation Director

• Copies of all existing studies, plans, programs, and other data including the Ibadan city
Comprehensive General Plan and access to all applicable records.

• Assistance with on-going community meetings.

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AIM

The Ibadan City Parks and Recreation Master Plan development is intended to help meet
the needs of current and future residents by positioning City to build a unique parks and
recreation assets and identify new opportunities. The citizen driven five-year Implementation
Plan establishes a clear direction to guide city staff, advisory committees, and elected officials in
their efforts to enhance the community’s parks and recreation programs, services and facilities.
Although the Community Services Department is also responsible for the library and the
cemetery, the Master Plan Update specifically does not address this portion of department
operations and is focused strictly on parks and recreation issues.

OBJECTIVES

The benefits of parks and recreation are necessary to develop healthy individuals and co
mmunities when the economy is strong, and are even more important when we face economic an
d social challenges. The mission of parks and recreation was crafted from feedback obtained thro
ughout the Master Plan Update. Oregon Recreation and Parks Association's (ORPA) mission des
cribes the primary purpose or "business" of parks and recreation in Oregon:

 Strengthen community.

Parks, recreation facilities, programs, and community events are key factors in strengthening co
mmunity image and creating a sense of place.

 Protect natural resources

By acquiring, managing, and restoring valuable resources as open space such as: rivers, streams,
greenways, view sheds, forests and other habitat areas, natural resources are protected and habita
t required for the survival of diverse species is preserved.

 Foster human development

Parks and recreation services foster social, intellectual, physical, and emotional development

 Strengthen safety and security

Park and recreation professionals provide safe environments for recreation and design programs
and services specifically to reduce criminal activity.
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 Support economic development

Recreation programs and facilities attract and retain businesses and residents, as well as attract to
urists. Parks and recreation provides jobs and generates income for the community and for local
businesses.

 Preserve cultural resources

Parks and recreation professionals preserve our historical and cultural heritage for the enjoyment
of citizens and future generations.

 Provide recreational and educational experiences

Through programmed and selffacilitated recreation, a variety of benefits to individuals and societ
y are achieved. Recreational and educational experiences can enhance one’s current career and h
elp inspire future career aspirations.

 Increase cultural unity

Parks and recreation increases cultural unity through experiences that promote cultural understan
ding and celebrate diversity.

 Promote health and wellbeing

Participation in recreation improves physical and emotional health.

 Facilitate community problem solving

Park and recreation professionals have skills in facilitation and leadership that can be applied to r
esolve community problems and issues.

 Be good stewards of public resources

Park and recreation professionals use resources effectively to ensure best use of public funds. Par
k maintenance staff preserves parks and community facilities to protect public investment

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METHOD OF ACHIEVING THIS OBJECTIVES

 Goal 1: Maximize the Planning Effort

First Steps

Objective:
Incorporate the action items of this plan into the City’s annual work plans to achieve the recomm
endations of this plan and to enhance effectiveness of staff effort.

Strategy:

•Assign responsibility and time frame, and allocate resources necessary to complete each action i
dentified in annual work plans

Objective:
Assure that all levels of staff are informed of and are set up to work together to implement the re
commendations and strategies of the plan.

Strategies:

•Inform all levels of staff of the direction of the Plan, allow for staff input, encourage buy‐
in, and encourage input from all staff members.

•Provide cross-department staff/team members as appropriate with educational development


opportunity necessary equipment and supply.

Second Steps

Objectives:

 Goal 2: Administration and Organization


To systematically and efficiently provide for the park and recreational needs of all Imperial County
residents by use of both public and private resources.

Objectives

•The efficient delivery of park and recreational opportunities to current and future residents is to be
encouraged. Using private organizations, County departments and staff, and the various committees of the
County, the residents’ needs and possible changing demands for services shall be evaluated and updated
periodically.
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•Encourage an effective, efficient working relationship with the community organizations, school
districts, the County, and surrounding communities for the benefit of the recreational needs of all
agencies.

•Encourage volunteerism. In recognition that borough resources both human and financial are limited, it
shall be policy to seek volunteers to assist with the creation of and provision for parks and recreation.

 Goal 3: Recreational Programs


Sponsor and support a comprehensive program of recreation and park activities with the opportunity for a
variety of experiences adjusted to meet the physical and psychological needs of all Imperial County
residents.

Objectives

•To identify the demand for and types of programs needed ensuring a wide variety of opportunities for
people of all ages, abilities, and interests.

•To interact with those private, public, and quasi-public organizations to facilitate services and eliminate
wasteful duplication.

•To enhance the public knowledge and appreciation for the natural beauty of open space and the
environmental and historical significance of one’s surroundings.

 Goal 4: Recreational Facilities


To provide facilities for both passive and active recreation to meet the needs of all Imperial County
residents.

Objectives

•The Imperial County park system includes community parks, neighborhood parks, and mini parks that
service the recreational needs of the community. It is the intent of the Parks and Recreation Commission
to continue and enhance this concept and develop regional parks.

•To identify the public’s wants and needs for both active and passive recreation.
•To take inventory of current facilities and evaluate the adequacy of such. In the event additional facilities
are necessary, the Parks Commission shall maximize use of existing public, quasi-public, and private
lands and buildings.

•To make all facilities available to all Borough residents.


•To make facilities accessible to the handicapped.
•To provide areas for both organized and spontaneous play.

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•To interact with the various historical agencies within the community for the purpose of protecting and
enhancing historical sites for present and future generations.

 Goal 5: Open Space and Environmental/Conservation Considerations


To create open space as a balance to man-made development. To preserve and protect areas of important
environmental consideration, and to incorporate such areas into the park and recreation system.
Objectives

•To identify key areas of environmental/ecological importance such as wetlands, flood plains,
watercourses, steep slopes, and areas of natural scenic beauty. Furthermore, to protect such areas and
incorporate the same into the park and recreation system as open space.

•To reclaim areas of environmental/ecological deterioration using available resources from the public,
quasi-public and private sectors.

•To protect historical sites by the inclusion of them into an open space park system.
•To create any additional needed space and recreational areas as may be permitted by code or statute,
thus providing relief from the encroachment of modern high-density living.

Third Step
 Goal 1: Maintenance
To maintain safe and reliable facilities in an efficient and most effective manner.

Objectives

•It is the intent of the Parks and Recreation Commission to provide for a system of safety inspections and
maintenance of all equipment and facilities. Such inspections and maintenance will be provided on a
frequent regular basis.

•It is the intent of the Parks and Recreation Commission to provide the maximum level of safety and
security at all parks within the system.

 Goal 2: Finance and Budgeting


The Parks and Recreation Commission will create and maintain parks, recreation, and open space as a
vital cog in the quality of life for its residents. The County along with both public and private resources
will budget for and finance the system at appropriate funding levels.

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Objectives

•It is the intent of the Parks and Recreation Commission to fund parks and recreation through funding
sources from the federal, state, county, and local levels both public and private.

 Goal 3: Citizen Cognizance and Participation


To make the citizens of Imperial County aware of the programs and facilities available to them. To
encourage their involvement and participation in every aspect thereof.
Objectives

•The Parks and Recreation Commission shall use the various channels available to it, such as the news
media, mailings, and official pronouncements, to advise its citizens of the programs and facilities
available.

•The Parks and Recreation Commission, in cooperation with the various associations, service clubs,
private interests, citizens and government agencies, shall provide a forum for the exchange of ideas with
the purpose of encouraging participation by all.

LIST OF PERSONNEL, CONSULTANTS AND CO CONSULTANTS TO BE


INVOLVED IN THIS PROJECT.

 one chief town planner


 one town planner
 two assistant town planner
 two technical contractor
 one landscape architect
 one surveyor
 6 associate civil engineer
 3 civil engineer
 two draft men
 12 hand laborers (for instrument installation)

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REIMBURSABLE EXPENSES
This is an additional payment we claimed on transportation, accommodation, duplicating.
We will be added to the consultant’s allowance in addition to their normal fees, but only after the
receipts backing up such claims have been accepted by the client. It is concluded to the 20% of
the total expenses.
Time Charges:
All man month rates are applicable to time charges will be in accordance with the following
principle

 9 months (198 days) in a year:


 22 days in a month’s: and
 8 Hours in a day.

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Budgets:
The firm will run through some activities which will carry out by our professional bodies for the
achievement of our intended goals.
PROPOSAL SCALE OF MEN MONTH FEE
S/N CATEGORY OF MINIMUM YEAR MAN-MONTH(#)
STAFF
1 ONE CHIEF TOWN 15 520,000
PLANNER
2 ONE CHIEF 15 512,300
ARCHITECT
3 ONE PRINCIPAL 12 420,100
ESTATE
SURVEYOR
4 ONE SENIOR 8 310,000
TOWN PLANNER
5 TWO ESTATE 8 303,120
MANAGER
6 ONE SENIOR 8 270,800
DRAFT MAN
7 TWO SENIOR 5 210,700
CIVIL
ENGINEERING
8 TWO ASSISTANT UNDER 4 206,100
TECHNICAL
OFFICER
9 ONE ASSISANT UNDER 4 206,200
TECHNICAL
OFFICER
10 TWO TECHNICAL UNDER 4 204,100
OFFICERS
11 TWO DRAFT MEN UNDER 4 170,700

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Since the execution of the project will last for 9 months;
 one chief Town planner - 9 month * 520,000 = #4680000
 one chief Architect - 9 month * 480,300 = #5322700
 one principal estate surveyor - 9 month * 420,100 = #3780900
 one senior Town planner - 9 month * 310,000 = #2790000
 two Estate manger - 9 months* 2*303,120 = # 5456160
 one senior draft men - 9 month * 270,800 = #3437200
 two senior civil engineering - 9 month * 2* 210,700 = #3792600
 two assistant technical officers - 9month * 206,200 = 1855800
 two assistant of town planner - 9 month * 2*206,200 = 3715200
 two technical officers - 9 month * 2* 204,100 = 367800
 two drafts men - 9 month * 2*170,700 = 4072600
TOTAL #50,476,960

the total amount of fifty million, four hundred and seven six thousand, nine hundred and sixty
will be used for the implementation of the project.

Conclusion
Our unique significance speaks in our professional product towards a sustainable
environmental development delivery. Our experiences over the 6 years in an achievable status
have brought esteemed development all over the federation.
We assure a reputable status if the project is considered to our responsibility and promise
to serve an optimum satisfactory.
Thanks for your anticipated patronage
Your faithfully,
Mrilots professional and consultancy service

…………………………………………………………………………….
Adeniyi Emmanuel t. (MNIPL RTP.)
(HEAD OF PRACTICE)

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