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Africa's first privately funded city to break ground this year

Africa’s first privately designed and funded comprehensive city, Tatu City in Kenya, has entered advanced stages it the regulatory approval process for phase one, making way for ground breaking by the end of the year.

The project will be developed in 10 phases but requires approvals including for change of land use, water and electricity generation and supply, and road building within the city.

Consultants that have been selected to work on the £1.6bn project include the UK’s Capita Symonds and Davis Langdon.

 

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