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Tatu city - ruiru, kenya

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    [TD]The most exciting urban development undertaken in Kenya - by Kenyans, for Kenyans.
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    Imagine a new lifestyle for you and your family - in a safe and beautiful urban environment, only a short distance from the Nairobi Central Business District. TATU City is poised to make a significant contribution to Kenya's renewed growth in economic and social development through a strategic partnership with Kenya Vision 2030 and the Grand Coalition Government Policy Agenda.Aligned with the vision and purpose of the Nairobi Metro 2030 Strategy – which is part of the overall nationaldevelopment agenda for Kenya –

    TATU City is a model of the African city of the future and a place where everyone will undoubtedly desire to live, work, and play.
    Built with passion and powered by vision, TATU City is located within Greater Nairobi off the ultra-modern Thika Highway. The city is modeled as a dynamic mixed-use environment that will be home to an estimated 62,000 residents and 23, 000 day visitors.Situated only 25 minutes from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport on the new Eastern Bypass, TATU City will attract discerning residents, companies and retailers who wish to live, work and play in the most modern, well-planned urban development in East Africa. We invite you to explore TATU City on our online tour and advise that you contact our Sales and Planning teams for more information or alternatively to arrange a face-to-face meeting for a more detailed discussion.

    The future is TATU City. The time is now!
    Live your dream. Make it happen!
     
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    [TD]Tatu City secures key approvals, set to kick off soon


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    The ultra-modern Tatu City, the model African city of the future, is set to kick off soon, having secured critical approvals. Construction work is expected to begin this quarter.

    The project has already received several environmental, regulatory and local government approvals. Ruiru Municipal Council has already granted initial approvals for the project. We have also secured approvals from the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) for our Master Plan after a rigorous vetting process.

    The Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) which is among the most comprehensive ever submitted to the regulator and the first by a private company has received positive feedback from the regulators as a yard stick for other similar projects in future.
    Tatu City, which is positioned to radically change the face of the Nairobi Metropolis by shifting development away from the familiar congested model around a single urban node to a decentralized urban environment, is billed as one of the key flagship projects on urbanization under the Vision 2030. The multi-million dollar development comprises mixed-use residential, commercial, tourism, social and recreation amenities. It will be home to an estimated 62,000 residents and create over 330,000 permanent jobs. Tatu City will also create over 220,000 temporary jobs..........
     
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    TUESDAY, 27 MARCH
    Are you looking for a job as a CEO, Chief Financial Officer or Chief Operating Officer? Tatu City is seeking to fill these positions as well as those of Finance Manager, Tax Manager, Marketing Manager, Delivery Manager, Senior Construction Planner, Scheduler and Corporate Secretary. The team is to head the project expected to kick off next month.

    http://www.the-star.co.ke/classicnews/68746-tatu-city-is-hiring
     
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    Two weeks ago Tatu City, a multi-billion city within a city earmarked for Ruiru, about 20 kilometres east of Nairobi, received a number of environmental, regulatory and local government approvals that ushered the project to the take-off phase.

    Now, after years of planning, bulldozers and earth movers are expected to roar into the site within this quarter.

    “We have secured approvals from the National Environment Management Authority (Nema) for our master plan after a rigorous vetting process,” wrote Mr Arnold Meyer on the company’s website, adding that the Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA), which is among the most comprehensive ever submitted to the regulator and the first by a private company, received positive feedback from the regulators and may serve as a yard stick for other similar projects in future.

    “Tatu City is positioned to radically change the face of the Nairobi Metropolis by shifting development away from the familiar congested model around a single urban node to a decentralised urban environment,” said Mr Meyer.

    But the ambitious development, which comprises mixed-use residential units and is designed to accommodate 62,000 residents when complete, and which has been the subject of a drawn out legal battle over ownership, is not the only one in a property market that has defied market dynamics.

    The classy trend of healthy living within a gated community, which premiered in the American suburbs and was made popular by the hit TV series Desperate Housewives, has finally found acceptance within Kenya’s middle-upper and upper classes.

    In the last couple of years, Kenya has seen various efforts by private investors in the real estate sector to put up well-planned mega-housing projects which are setting the pace in urban management.
    Last year, for instance, Migaa and Sergoit Golf and Wildlife cities broke ground, offering yet another example of upcoming self-sustaining housing projects with a strong emphasis on proper planning, which includes development of adequate and well-laid-out infrastructure.

    Whereas Migaa describes itself as a green estate sitting proudly on 775 acres in Kiambu, Sergoit is a prime property consisting of more than 3,000 acres of pristine land 15 kilometres away from Eldoret town.

    Real estate analysts and economists see this trend of putting up exclusive housing estates tens of kilometres away from cities as the next frontier for investors with enough money because the rising middle class and the shortage of land in major towns is likely to push many people to the outer suburbs.

    Mr Gerishon Ikiara, a development and policy economist and lecturer at the University of Nairobi’s Institute of International Relations, brings in the economic angle of the whole story, saying the last decade has seen the doubling of the country’s GDP from $15 billion to $35 billion, thereby creating a bubbling middle income group with a veritable itch to invest.

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