Tag Archives: Machakos County

Inside Kenya’s first purpose-built retirement village

Emmanuel Kamau and his wife Elizabeth Muthoni are in their mid-sixties. The two former civil servants retired a few years ago, long after their four adult children moved out of home, leaving the two of them in their expansive five-bedroom house in Lower Kabete, a place they have called home for over 27 years. EMPTY […]

Court stops Water Resources Authority from demolishing Greenpark Estate residential units

The High Court in Machakos has stopped the Water Resources Authority from demolishing residential units at the Greenpark Estate in Machakos County. In May, the authority issued residents of the estate with a 21 day notice to vacate their homes, which border Stoni River Athi, on grounds that they were on riparian land. This came […]

Reasons why Mombasa Road is the prime place to own a property

By Paul Adede Nairobi is on the global watch list of top five fast modernising cities that are attracting new global business and thus the city is rapidly growing with increased rural-urban migration. This kind of growth has created congestion in the city’s neighbourhoods which has given rise to insecurity. Recent studies show that there […]

Cement maker loses Sh750 million land suit

Court of Appeal found EAPCC to have been dishonest in dealings with real estate firm. Cement maker East Africa Portland Cement Company (EAPCC) has lost a suit seeking to reverse more than 300 acres of land to a real estate form, Superior Homes Limited. The Court of Appeal threw out the case and at the […]

Real estate firm to build 3,000 houses on Portland land

Real Estate firm Superior Homes Kenya has announced plans to construct 3,000 housing units in Athi River, Machakos County, in a project it estimates will cost Sh30 billion. The firm announced the plans Tuesday, a day after the Court of Appeal upheld a High Court ruling allowing it to proceed with the purchase of a Sh750 million […]

Covid-19 Message
I hope that you are all keeping safe and as we all hope that the current Covid pandemic is contained and the economy opens up again, you may wish to consider a house move. With 550 houses on 150 acres and an average of less than 4 houses per acre, Greenpark is one of the safest communities in Kenya. Fresh air, wide open spaces and a steady breeze from the nearby Lukenya Hills all help to reduce the risk of any contamination. Our show homes are open 7 days and you are most welcome to visit so long as you respect all social distancing rules. Stay safe Ian Henderson, Managing Director
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