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Construction begins on cannabis cultivation facility after first licence granted

Construction begins on cannabis cultivation facility after first licence granted

Monday 29 November 2021

Construction begins on cannabis cultivation facility after first licence granted

Monday 29 November 2021


4C labs has begun developing a 40,000 sq ft cannabis cultivation facility after it was granted a licence to do so by the Bailiwick of Guernsey Cannabis Agency.

The company will be cultivating medicinal cannabis for distribution to the UK and the EU.

It’s after it was granted the first licence to cultivate cannabis on-island after Guernsey signed a memorandum of understanding with the UK Home Office earlier this year.

Work has now begun on a pharmaceutical-grade indoor cultivation facility. It’ll utilise organic cultivation techniques based on cannabis genetics developed within the Canadian medical cannabis market.

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Pictured: The facility is currently being constructed and should see cultivation begin in 2022.

The licence was granted after an extensive review of 4C’s business plan and a subsequent site visit.

“4C LABS was established in 2018 to cultivate and process cannabis-based medical products which address specific medical conditions to improve patients quality of life,” said 4C CEO, Greg Dobbin.

“We are delighted that with the approval of our cultivation licence, we can take the next steps in the development of our business and our vision to cultivate GMP craft Medical Cannabis, and establish a series of medical clinics accessed through a user-friendly technology platform to better service patients.”

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Pictured: “We are seeking to lower the cost of cannabis-based therapeutics and improve efficiency in access for patients in the UK and Channel Islands,” said Mr Dobbin.

4C expects to have its first crop available for distribution by the start of 2023.

Furthermore, it intends to open virtual and physical clinics allowing them to treat patients and prescribe medicinal cannabis in the future.

Pictured below: 4C was founded in 2018 and will not only cultivate medicinal cannabis in its new facility (below), but import it from trusted suppliers as well.

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