Tag Archives: Philip Nyachoti

Athi River homes saved from demolition

IN SUMMARY High Court Judge George Odunga stopped the Water Resources Authority (Warma) from demolishing the residential units situated in Greenpark Estate. Warma claims that they have been developed on riparian land bordering the Stony River Athi. The developer argued that Warma had irregularly issued a directive on May 21, that the residential units should […]

Court stops demolition of Greenpark Estate homes

Machakos High Court on Wednesday barred the Water Resources Authority (WRA) from executing a demolition notice of houses within Greenpark Estate until the case is heard and determined. The stay orders come as a relief to the affected homeowners of the Greenpark community after their story was aired on Citizen TV on Sunday Live. The […]

Machakos Court blocks demolition of Superior Homes

Justice George Odunga issued the order following an urgent application filed by Superior Homes which claimed that the Water Resources Management Authority (WARMA) had ordered for the demolition of eight modern houses by June 21. The company through lawyer Philip Nyachoti said the enforcement of the order issued on May 31 could not be complied […]

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 […]

Firm gets nod to buy cement factory land

A property company has been allowed to proceed with the purchase of a contested parcel of land in Athi River, Machakos County, owned by East African Portland Cement Company Ltd. The cement firm was appealing a High Court decision which had extended the period for it to conclude a land transaction with Superior Homes Ltd, […]

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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