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Kisumu slips back on House Planning

Ten year ago the city of Kisumu was on a serious restructure mode, various plans had been lined up implementation.

Where Are Surveyors And Landscapers To Reclaim Open Spaces?

It is more than a year since Prof Wangari Maathai left us. It was not in vain, she was a legend, a noble Kenyan. She fought fiercely and fearlessly against vicious State elements to preserve open public spaces from land grabbers.

Rules in progress to check Farmland Use

New rules, general and place-specific, on farmland use in Kenya will be set by the Cabinet secretary for Agriculture once a new bill is gazetted into law.

2013 presents some exciting opportunities for Informal Housing

As we start the New Year, 2013, there is every indication that we are beginning an entirely new ball game, new hope, fresh opportunities, a lingering fulfilment of a promise.

How land laws altered Real Estate landscape

Reality Of Housing Demand Against Supply In Kenya Scary

Everybody requires shelter. It is a physiological need like food, air and water, and counts in one’s very survival so much that affordability is a matter notwithstanding.

Konza City site groundbreaking excites the Real Estate Market

The kick-off of Konza City’s construction has sent a breeze of excitement in the real estate market as investors eye opportunities in and around the planned city.

Putting the newly enacted land laws into perspective

In a preceding article, we looked at how the new land laws have altered the property market. The list could not be exhaustive and here is a further review.

Are You Gainer Or Loser With The New Land-Related Laws?

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