On 8 April 2010, after review by a jury of international and local experts, the Ministry of Nairobi Metropolitan Development announced the winning spatial planning concept. The winning concept and first runner up were displayed at a meeting of the International Society of City and Regional Planning (ISOCARP) in September 2010; a closed event for ISOCARP members and invited guests.
By: Consulting Engineering Services (I) Pvt. Ltd, India and Runji and Partners Consulting Engineers, Kenya.
The winner was the Delhi-based Consulting Engineering Services Pvt. Ltd and their Kenyan partner, Runji and Partners. The Delhi-based firm has also been working on the master transportation plan for the Nairobi Metropolitan Region and the Thika Highway Improvement Project. The winning spatial concept was posted on the website of the Ministry of Nairobi Metropolitan Development as a “draft spatial plan” in October 2010.
- “Development of a Spatial Planning Concept for the Nairobi Metropolitan Region” on the Ministry of Metropolitan Development (website)