Media Article: Islands of Wealth in a Sea of Slums

An interesting article that explains what some of us perceive of the various satellite cities coming up in our metropolitan region. Perspectives from Constant Cap, Prof Alfred Omenya, PS Charles Hinga and Tatu City Developer Nick Langford. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-kenya-land-housing/islands-of-wealth-in-a-sea-of-slums-kenya-divided-over-satellite-cities-idUSKCN1QZ0RG

i-cmiist: Equitable Street Space in the City

East African Urban planners, creative experts, researchers, and urban enthusiasts have been conducting studies on Implementing Creative Methodological Innovations for Sustainable Transport Planning. The Nairobi team focused on Ring Road Kilimani and Luthuli Avenue, with focus was on improving the Non Motorized Transit use experience. Creative methods like participatory mapping, photography, virtual reality, infographics, street modelling, videography, … Continue reading i-cmiist: Equitable Street Space in the City

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CORE Awards: ‘The Destiny of this Nation is Our Responsibility’

These were the words of the Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure and Public Works Principal Secretary Prof  Paul Mwangi Maringa (State Department of Public Works) during the Construction and Real Estate Awards held at Heron Portico, Nairobi. The PS challenged built environment professionals on the necessity of enabling 'All Kenyans afford our services.' 'Our Urban Centres … Continue reading CORE Awards: ‘The Destiny of this Nation is Our Responsibility’

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20th March: Urban Dialogue – Equitable Street Space in the City

For the last few months, a group of creative experts, researchers, urban planners and designers have conducted studies on Implementing Creative Methodological Innovations for Inclusive Sustainable Transport Planning. The group focused on Luthuli Avenue and Ring Road Kilimani. After data collection, community engagements, dialogues and workshops, they will showcase the output which includes people driven … Continue reading 20th March: Urban Dialogue – Equitable Street Space in the City