Tatu City is a ground-breaking 2,500 acre (1,000 ha) live-work-play development 18 km outside central Nairobi, with potential to house more than 70,000 residents. A flagship private sector project and part of Kenya’s Vision 2030 national blueprint, Tatu City is strategically located in the urban growth trajectory of rapidly expanding Nairobi.
As of 2012, more than 25% of Kenya’s population live in urban areas. This figure continues to increase – by over 4% per annum. The service sectors account for almost half of Kenya’s total GDP, and the country is generally perceived as Eastern and Central Africa’s hub for financial, communication and transport services. In a period of unprecedented growth, property prices in Nairobi have increased more than three-fold since 2008.
GDP growth in Kenya is expected to rise between 2015-18, to an annual average rate of 5.8%
As of 2012, more than 25% of Kenya’s population live in urban areas.
Property prices in Nairobi have increased more than three-fold since 2008.
Chandaria Industries to build KES 5 Billion facility at Tatu Industrial Park
Chandaria Industries, the largest tissue and hygiene products manufacturer in East and Central Africa, will build a new state-of-the-art tissue paper manufacturing facility at Tatu Industrial Park, East Africa’s leading industrial zone near Nairobi.