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Old June 10th, 2011, 09:33 PM   #81
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So how will this great city come to be if for example in the coming fiscal year 11/12 i never saw nor heard about any allocations even for planning and land use surveys? huge projects cannot be achieved at once. there has to be concerted efforts year-in-year-out across the sectors. so i expected them to allocate some ksh.5b for this coming fiscal year even for road and railway designs. that would be progressive. or did i just miss it in the budget?
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So how will this great city come to be if for example in the coming fiscal year 11/12 i never saw nor heard about any allocations even for planning and land use surveys? huge projects cannot be achieved at once. there has to be concerted efforts year-in-year-out across the sectors. so i expected them to allocate some ksh.5b for this coming fiscal year even for road and railway designs. that would be progressive. or did i just miss it in the budget?
I think at least 40 billion may be needed for building basic infrastructure for Malili to attract investors.Roads need to be built and paved,sidewalks/pavements,electricity,internet and fibre optic infrastructure,sewer,water,waste disposal and management facilities.Otherwise no one will be flocking to Konza anytime soon.As you will notice,this years budget was a "poor" man's budget.Projects which do not have a direct impact on the livelihood of Kenyans were either not allocated money,or allocated very little.

The government might decide to do it in tiny bits and pieces,starting with zoning and electricity supply,then moving to water and sewage.
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Old July 14th, 2011, 09:14 AM   #83
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Court ruling paves the way for work on Malili ICT park

Two directors of the controversial Malili ranch were Wednesday acquitted by a Nairobi court after they were accused of stealing Sh143 million, a move that has cleared the way for work on the proposed multi-million shilling ICT park in Machakos.

The acquittal of Peter Kanyi and Julius Kilonzo will now clears the government to start construction work on the Information and Communication Technology training centre.

Chief magistrate Gilbert Mutembei released the two directors for lack of evidence.

“Since the prosecution has failed to establish a sustainable charge against two directors, I order that they be released forthwith under Section 210 of the Civil Procedure Code (CPC),” ruled Mr Mutembei.

Mr Kanyi and Mr Kilonzo were alleged to have stolen Sh143 million meant to compensate owners of the 5,000 acres ranch bought by the government for Sh1 billion to develop an ICT park.

The Government intends to put up high-end facilities such as business process outsourcing (BPO) with an aim of creating employment and luring investors into Kenya.

It has lined up a business process outsourcing park, a science park, convention centre, shopping mall, hotels, international schools and health facilities in the park to be located near Salama Trading Centre on the Nairobi-Mombasa highway.

Sources familiar with the projects said the International Finance Corporation (IFC) has been appointed as the lead advisor for the project with the core mandate to identify a contractor to come up with a feasibility study and virtual model of the proposed state-of-the-art project.

After the government identified the 5,000 acres Malili ranch at a cost of Sh1 billion, it entered into contract with the company directors and has since paid for compensation.

However, a consultancy firm, Gateway, is demanding Sh65 million professional fees for allegedly facilitating the sale transaction of the property.

But Information and Communication permanent secretary Bitange Ndemo has dismissed Gateway’s claim, saying the government entered into the deal with Malili directors through the firm of Eric Mutua Advocates after a tendering process.

The law firm of Eric Mutua says the consultant was paid Sh40 million and “has no basis asking any further commission from the sale of the land.”

The lawyer admits that Gateway had entered into an agreement with his clients to look for the buyer of the vast property where consultant was to be paid a commission of Sh21,000 per acre for any piece of land bought.

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Ground breaking for Kenya's technopolis set for September

The much-awaited master plan for Kenya’s Konza technology Park is complete and ground breaking is scheduled for September this year.

Unveiling the master plan for phase one of the over $10 billion (Sh800 billion) project on Monday, Ministry of Information PS, Dr Bitange Ndemo, said topographical work is ongoing at the 5,000-acre site at Konza, 60km south of Nairobi.

Dr Ndemo said many investors are already showing interest and ground is set to begin construction.

Phase one will include a science and technology park spearheaded by the Ministry of Science and Technology, a Business Processing and Outsourcing (BPO) park, world class hotels, a stadium and other social amenities typical of a city.

“Some organisations are already showing interest and we want to start but we must finish on the land topography work going on...if this is finished, the president is expected to break the ground next month (September),” said Dr Ndemo.

“A new town will be created around the BPO park providing different options and all required city amenities such as hospitals, schools, a university and science park, hotels, parks, city government buildings, a financial centre and retail and additional office space in a new central business district,” said Dr Ndemo.

Dr Ndemo said development of the park will be driven by the private sector as he called upon interested investors to fully participate.

The BPO park would be home to world class infrastructure and technology to facilitate and cluster research, education and business and create over 200,000 jobs.

Konza technology city is one of Kenya Vision 2030 flagship projects, the country’s blueprint for attaining income income status by the year 2030.

Dr Ndemo said the technopolis has faced numerous hurdles, including encroachment on its land by private developers, since its inception in 2008 "but the way to move forward is now clear."

He said the private sector shall propel the project to avoid interference from politicians.

“With elections coming next year (2012), we want to move the development from government based to the private sector,” argued Dr Ndemo.

"Built on 5,000 acres of what is now ranchland, the Konza technology city will come complete with skyscrappers, hotels, international schools, a world-class hospital, a financial district, a high-speed mass transport system and integrated infrastructure," said Dr Ndemo.

Intense working by International Design Engineers, Pell Frischmann from London resulted in the preparation of a series of Masterplanning options for the ambitious Technology project.

Local ICT Consultants, Summit Strategies Limited, have also prepared preliminary market demand DATA for the BPO sector.
The International Finance Corporation, which is part of the World Bank, commissioned International consultants to look at the master planning of the City, its economic viability and development of detailed development proposal.

An initial land use plan envisions phased development over 20 years with BPO/ITES park taking up 23 pc of the planned 6 million square meters of the site.

A special Economic Zone regime is planned for parts of the site to enhance competitiveness and provide a one stop shop for businesses. The new city will be under Konza Technology City Authority, a new parastatal to be created to ensure continuity of the project and non-interference by politicians.
Kenya intends to use the facility to promote conference tourism and is preparing a bid for the 2018 GSMA World Congress.

The annual meeting brings together 800 of the world’s mobile operators, more than 200 technology companies and about 50,000 IT executives.

Successful execution will make Konza technology city Eastern Africa’s first and only technopolis – a city built specifically for technology firms.

It will host Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) ventures, a science park, a convention centre, shopping malls, hotels, international schools and health facilities.

Similar cities already exist in Malaysia (PutraJaya), Panama (Pacifico), the Philippines (Subic-Clark) and China (Shenzhen).

The new city is part of a wider scheme to position Kenya as the region’s technology hub, using the development to entice more companies to set up base in the country.

Revenue generated from Konza’s ICT activities is expected to hit $244 million annually, according to government estimates.

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Launch ceremony for Sh900bn ICT park next month

The groundbreaking of the proposed ICT park is expected to take place next month, paving the way for investors to begin construction as the Sh900 billion project begins to take shape.

The master plan for phase one of the park has been approved and ongoing assessment will see the construction of a business process outsourcing (BPO) park, world-class hotels, residential areas and a financial park.

The first phase of the four-phase Konza City project is expected to cost about Sh207 billion and would be completed in four years.



“Some organisations have shown interest and want to start construction but we must finish the land topography work that is ongoing,” said Information PS Bitange Ndemo. “If this is completed on time, the President is expected to break the ground next month.”

The new date comes several months after an earlier one slated for April aborted due to a court case related to the Malili Ranch where the ICT parked would be located.

The technopolis, a city built mainly as a technology hub, is expected to create 100,000 new jobs in the first four years as part of the Vision 2030 development blueprint. The other phases would generate 39,000 jobs, with half of those directly from the park.

“A new town will be created around the BPO park providing different options and all required city amenities,” he said.

Construction on the park will be carried out through public-private partnerships in which the government commissions a private developer to build the property and upon completion, leases it out for 99 years or sells it to interested buyers.

A separate group of developers will build the city’s infrastructure and levy service charges under the build, operate and transfer model. “The developer will oversee the entire project including part of the financing, project management as well as the actual construction,” said the Kenya ICT Board CEO, Mr Paul Kukubo.

Already, the International Finance Corporation has commissioned international consultants to look at the master plan of the hub, its economic viability and create detailed proposals. The corporation has expressed its interest in financing potential developers.




However, actual cost of individual buildings to be constructed are yet to be been determined even as concrete details on specific companies eyeing the project remain mysterious.

Top on the list of contenders to build on the park are India’s Mahindra, Tata Infrastructure, Leasing and Financial Services and Wipro from America. Other firms from UK, US and several Scandinavian countries are also said to be eyeing infrastructure projects at the park. “An Indian hospital is also planning on constructing a research centre hoping to tap into the large number of Kenyans who travel to the Asian country seeking medical care,” said Dr Ndemo.

Once completed, lease periods for buildings will be hinged on the period it takes them to recoup costs without imposing a heavy cost burden on users.

To dissuade successful contractors from extending projects well beyond their intended timelines, the government is considering entering into guarantee partnerships with them resulting in a scenario where time-barred developers’ forfeit monies invested.

Since inception of the idea in 2008, the project – formerly known as Malili ICT park – has run into several headwinds with the latest one ending on July 13 with the acquittal of two ranch directors accused of stealing Sh143 million.
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Four international financiers have applied to invest jointly with the Kenya Railways Corporation (KRC) in a Sh256 billion real estate plan as foreign investors eye the country’s booming property market.The State-owned rail agency has been scouting for investors to help develop office blocks, hotels, light manufacturing industries, parking bays and shopping malls on its 320 acres of idle land surrounding the rail stations in Nairobi, Kisumu and Mombasa.

“We are looking at the four applicants and we shall reveal their details at the appropriate time. All that is important now is that they have very strong offers,” said Mr Nduva Muli, the firm’s managing director in an interview with local media without giving details.

Under the joint venture, Kenya Railways will provide the land which is shaping up to be the biggest costs item in housing construction and part financing, expected to earn the firm an estimated Sh1 billion annually in land leases, critical to support its heavy financial needs.

“We are investing in such projects so that we stop our over reliance on the government. KR will use the proceeds from the land lease to develop the railway infrastructure and the terminus.” said Mr Muli.

This comes at a time of property boom in the country that has seen home and office block prices rise 3.5 times in the past decade – a return that has caught the eye of foreign investors.

Rapid urbanisation, population growth and expansion of the middle class have emerged as drivers of Kenya’s property market that is riding on nearly three decades of underinvestment.

Kenya Railways has opened its massive land to private investors, joining the list of institutions such as the National Social Security Fund (NSSF), Centum Investment and pension schemes in rushing to tap the huge returns from the booming property market. In Nairobi, under KRC the investor is expected to put about Sh120 billion in building shopping malls, restaurants, a manufacturing park, and two hotels with a capacity to accommodate 3,000 people.

In Mombasa, the investors will build an international trade centre, office blocks, shopping malls, and three hotels with conference facilities able to accommodate 3,000 people at a cost of Sh80 billion.

The investors will build Sh60 billion car parking complex, shopping malls, restaurants, and two hotels able to accommodate 2,000 people in Kisumu.

The projects will create a fresh income stream for the cash strapped rail firm as well as dramatically transform Kenya’s real estate landscape, especially that of Nairobi, Mombasa and Kisumu
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Please can you get me the company name of the main contractor??
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i work for a company where we are the contractors of fire alarm & security systems in Kenya as well as Africa and would like to know at least one contact of this project.My company will have a pleasure of working for such a great project.
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i work for a company where we are the contractors of fire alarm & security systems in Kenya as well as Africa and would like to know at least one contact of this project.My company will have a pleasure of working for such a great project.
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The nature of this project is such that,the government provides the land and infrastructure,electricity,roads,water,telcoms etc.Then private companies will invest in office space,company HQs and the likes.Therefore only the government is involved at this stage,in preparing the groundwork for the interested private players to come in.This might take a few more years.
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Nation Eyes Techno City to Boost Growth

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Kenya's journey to becoming a middle income country by 2030 has started, and is probably un-stoppable if all plans fall into place.
In September, President Kibaki is set to oversee the ground breaking ceremony marking the first step of the country's journey into a new technology city. Konza technology city is already causing ripples internationally and has been termed Africa's Silicon Savannah, modelled on Silicon Valley in the US.
"The project has already taken off. We put adverts in the local papers and The Economist calling for master builders. Currently, the International Finance Corporation (IFC) is evaluating the master builders and in September we shall be conducting due diligence to be sure everything goes according to plan," said Information permanent secretary Dr Bitange Ndemo.
The IFC, which is part of the World Bank, commissioned international consultants to look at the master planning of the proposed city, its economic viability and development of detailed development proposal.
If the dream comes true Konza will soon dot skyscrapers, hotels, international schools, a world-class hospital, a financial district, a high-speed mass transport system and integrated infrastructure.
In an interview with Smart Company Mr Ndemo said the multi-billion project would change Kenya's GDP growth rate in a manner never seen before.
Mr Magero Mumo director, Shared services, Directorate of E-government said the Konza technopolis is a flagship project in the Vision 2030 masterplan that aims to see Kenya become a middle income country in 19 years with a double digit GDP growth.
He said already the government is negotiating with the private sector to craft the best financial model.
"This is the first fully planned city in Africa. There are opportunities to invest in real estate, in technology, in provision of services like health, in conference tourism and the hotel industry," said Mr Magero adding that key corporations have expressed interest despite the global financial uncertainties that tend to discourage investment.
"Of course markets globally including the US, Europe and Asia are experiencing some turbulence. Locally, we are having high inflation rates and food insecurity but these are not permanent conditions and since the Konza City is a long term project of over 10 years there is appetite for real estate sector," said Mr Magero.
He added, "this is a well thought project and there is commitment to the highest level in government. What the government is formulating is a business and financial model; a partnership between the government and the private sector."
"We are not going to ask for money from the government. We are going to ask the government to own the science park, business processing and outsourcing (BPO) park and the convention centre," said Mr Ndemo.
An initial land use plan envisions phased development of over 20 years with BPO park taking up 23 per cent of the planned six million square metres of the site.
A special economic zone is planned for parts of the site to enhance competitiveness and provide a one-stop-shop for businesses.
The new city will be under Konza Technology City Authority, a new parastatal to be created to ensure continuity of the project and non-interference by politicians.
To ensure the grand project becomes a success, extensive plans have been laid that incorporate the private sector building and entering into tenancy agreements to recover expenses.
Already international corporates have shown interest in participating in the project and their understanding is that the government will play a facilitator role of ensuring key infrastructure like roads, water and sanitation facilities serving the new city meet global standards.
"We are not taking any chances in this project. We are consulting with the bankers...we need a local underwriter and the government should guarantee a certain level of tenancy so that developers are assured of return on investment instead of having to look for tenants from scratch," said the Information PS.
Unveiling the master plan for phase one of the over $10 billion (Sh800 billion) project last week Mr Ndemo, said topographical work is ongoing.
Phase one will include a science and technology park spearheaded by the Ministry of Science and Technology, a business processing and outsourcing, world class hotels, a stadium and other social amenities typical of a city.
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Kenya's journey to becoming a middle income country by 2030 has started, and is probably un-stoppable if all plans fall into place.
wow! how times have changed. it was not too long ago when the media mentioned vision 2030 all they could say was that it about to become the next goldenberg scandal or it doomed to fail all together.

i think throughout the internet(atleast the many that mentioned the project) only the kenyan forum on skyscrapercity was the only place that was positive or upbeat about this vision and its projects.

i remember one Africa financial magazine(i forgot the name) said that the 2030 plan looked more like a virtual fantasy world created by a wannabe planner.

its good to see that the media and the people are gradually starting to believe in the vision and believing that it is doable.
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It's easy to understand the skepticism you allude to given the fits and starts of even smaller projects in the past. The current government is certainly much more competent than the Moi regime. With the new constitution and what it offers, one cannot help but be optimistic. There are still many kinks, but I believe they can be corrected especially if a more forceful, no-nonsense and competent character is elected to the presidency come 2012.

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wow! how times have changed. it was not too long ago when the media mentioned vision 2030 all they could say was that it about to become the next goldenberg scandal or it doomed to fail all together.

i think throughout the internet(atleast the many that mentioned the project) only the kenyan forum on skyscrapercity was the only place that was positive or upbeat about this vision and its projects.

i remember one Africa financial magazine(i forgot the name) said that the 2030 plan looked more like a virtual fantasy world created by a wannabe planner.

its good to see that the media and the people are gradually starting to believe in the vision and believing that it is doable.
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It's easy to understand the skepticism you allude to given the fits and starts of even smaller projects in the past. The current government is certainly much more competent than the Moi regime. With the new constitution and what it offers, one cannot help but be optimistic. There are still many kinks, but I believe they can be corrected especially if a more forceful, no-nonsense and competent character is elected to the presidency come 2012.
Sure.Kenya needs a president who will pick from here and take us to the next level as the country is fully prepared and ripe to hop to the next level.
This Technopolis project will do wonders we have never imagined if it's implemented well-- as in offering employment opportunities to the brilliant ICT pros in Kenya,Promoting Kenya image and not forgetting if we win to host the 2018 GSMA conference,the landscape here will change for good.
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Konza Technology City presentation in London
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The presentation was hosted by Dr Lawrence Mbugua if the Networking For Professionals and attended by amongst other the Kenyan High Commissioner HE Ephraim W. Ngare.

The Ministry of Information and Communications (Kenya) and the Kenya ICT Board are on a market sounding tour in UK and will be providing a briefing to the Diaspora and friends of Kenya on Konza Technology City .

Konza Technology City (www.konzacity.co.ke) is a new technology city to be built on a 5,000 acre greenfield site 60km south of Nairobi and 50km south of Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) in Nairobi. Konza will attract and capture major technology based companies, including Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) companies. In addition, Konza will further promote the development of Nairobi southwards along Mombasa Road, thereby relieving pressure on Nairobi City Centre.

This is in line with the Kenya Vision 2030 objective for Kenya to ‘quickly become the top BPO destination in Africa’ as well as contributing to ensuring that the Kenyan population is adequately and decently housed in a sustainable environment. It also supports the ICT Board’s mandate of positioning and promoting Kenya as an ICT destination (locally and internationally), whilst especially promoting Business Process and Knowledge Process Outsourcing (BPO/KPO) and off shoring.

The Kenyan delegation will include:
Mr. Paul Kukubo - CEO ICT Board;
Ms. Esther Koimett, EBS Investment Secretary, Ministry of Finance;
Mr. Kirimi Guantai, Chief Economist, Min of Information and Communications

Mr. Joseph Muraga, Senior Principal Finance Officer, Min of Information and Communications;
Mrs Catherine Shiroko, Principal Accountant, Min of Information and Communications;
Ms. Tonya Nyakeya, PA to CEO ICT Board
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