KLDA is currently supporting the Karen We Want (KWW) initiative which is driven by a panel representing neighbourhood associations throughout the area.The panel is responsible for defining the vision of the KWW, working with developers to ensure that their proposals conform to the KWW, challenging development proposals that do not and working with the new statutory bodies to ensure that the KWW contributes to the socio-economic development of the city and the metropolitan area.
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The 3.6km dual carriageway will have an interchange at Bomas-Galleria Junction and a walk way and cycle lane which will ease the traffic snarl up experienced by motorists using Langata Road. Fully funded by the government of Kenya, the project is part of KURA's major expansion drive to open up the southern region of Nairobi.
KLDA Committee paid a courtesy call to the Nairobi City County Governor Dr. Evans Kidero , the main aim was to congratulate the Governor on his election. Other issues of course came up, that is water supply, congestion at Karen shopping centre and land rates. Governor reiterated his willingness and keenness to work with KLDA in preparing a greater plan for Karen/langata & entire Nairobi. He requested for a list of roads that require urgent attention and this is currently under preparation. full details of meeting with the Governor will be discussed at the next Social evening in June.Date for the social to be communicated.