Kilifi is a place of exceptional natural beauty and an extraordinary place to live and work. The coastal lifestyle available is unparalleled, and when you pair it with a burgeoning community of like minded green thinking individuals and businesses alongside great connectivity, the opportunities are boundless.
With over 70% of its land area put over to different forms of regenerative agriculture and indiginous forests, the Green Heart of Kenya will maintain and enhance the benefits of living in the country, while ensuring that the community is socially and technologically connected – giving all of the benefits of living in a buzzing city.
By 2032 here will be three residential zones and three commercial areas, each nestled into and connected by the green landscape. Shady cycle and walking paths will allow for man powered movement even in the hot Kilifi weather, while roads will take a back seat, minimising their effect on wildlife and communities.
Buildings will be constructed from local low carbon materials, be designed to be climate smart and in keeping with the surrounding environment and building and community regulations will create an environment which is guaranteed to be maintained in the vision of the project forever.
Businesses will be invited and curated in such a way as to create a truly circular zero waste economy – a business ecosystem which creates win-win collaborative opportunities for companies around every corner.
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By 2030, the Green Heart of Kenya is a fully functioning regenerative town. Nodes of community and industry connected by a shared and productive landscape create a dynamic and resilient environment with growth and change in mind.
These three core aspects are key in guiding the physical development and the spatial layout of the masterplan.
To conserve and regenerate natural ecosystems, increase biodiversity, promote sustainable production and have a net positive impact on the environment.
Flexibility & Adaptability
To allow the development to grow organically, thus ensuring a fexible, adaptive and resilient approach to social, environmental and economical changes.
To create a neighbourhood with a strong sense of community and sense of belonging in an area that is based on diversity, inclusivity and accessibility.
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