The competition for space between real estate and agricultural land continued in the County of Kiambu, with new building developments coming up to tap into the growing middle class. The county government had once again repeated its intention to form policy guidelines that were expected to aid in directing the construction of real estate projects that were threatening to turn farming land into concrete jungles.
This came up at the opening of a 3 Billion Shilling real estate project in Ruaka by Investment firm, Cytonn Investments. This, the company said, would create jobs and improve the standard of living around the area, as the Kiambu government claimed that it was the fastest urbanising county.
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