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October 2020 - ISSUE 40
A car bazaar for everyone
Tatu City and its petrolhead partners at SPOT Tracking and TNL welcomed more than 300 cars and hundreds of auto-enthusiasts to the first-ever Tatu City Car Bazaar. The largest car bazaar north of Nairobi featured dealers and individual sellers. The covid-compliant, family-friendly event also included plenty of fun for children, who sampled Tatu City’s smooth tarmac on skates. 

“Our mission is to bring a fully-fledged, full-service car expo to the north side of Nairobi, with plenty of space for auto-enthusiasts at Tatu City,” said Paul Kimani, Managing Director of TNL and SPOT Tracking. “We are delighted with the turnout and will announce additional car bazaar dates soon.”

Tito Oduk, Commercial Sales Manager for Tatu City, said, “We have set aside 10 acres for the Tatu City Car Bazaar, and our reticulated traffic plan and parking for 1,000 cars ensures hassle-free, large-scale events. We are pleased to partner with TNL and SPOT Tracking, both visionary companies in the transport and automotive space.”

Sunday’s event also included a flea market, bouncy castle and food court.
45MVA transformer arrives at Tatu City 
We achieved a major milestone with the arrival our 45MVA transformer, which is large enough to supply all of Mombasa.

The transformer has plenty of capacity capability to deliver three-phase power to 650 homes in Kijani Ridge and 57 business in Tatu Industrial Park, while stepping down power supply from 66KV to 11KV. This infrastructure benefits our residents and business owners by making power more affordable, reliable and accessible to them.
Rolling out roads and homes
Our Kijani Ridge family is growing robustly and becoming the most organised, master-planned premier neighbourhood in Kenya. At Kijani Ridge, more than 50 homes are under construction, and hundreds have submitted plans for approval. Infrastructure works are in high gear, with roads in Kijani Meadow, the southern neighbourhood, set to be paved with asphalt concrete this month.
Tatu City Water laboratory now open to the public
After commissioning our water laboratory to ensure water quality in our city, we are now offering water testing services to the public at a reasonable fee. These services are available for businesses and domestic water users. Our laboratory is equipped with advanced technology to analyse basic water parameters, physical and chemical parameters, as well as microbiological aspects of water samples.

The lab is operated by the Tatu City Water and Sanitation Company, which is licensed by the Kenyan Water Services Regulatory Board under Section 74 of the Water Act. Staffed by analysts trained in Laboratory Management System ISO/IEC 17205:2017 and water quality and safety planning, you can be sure that we deliver nothing but high-quality work.
Our shared vision World Champion Lornah Kiplagat 
“Our team at Tatu City is conscious of the importance of the health and fitness of residents and visitors. Instead of a city made of concrete and stone, we are building a city with green and open spaces that will contribute to the health and wellness of all Kenyans.” – Lornah Kiplagat, World Champion and Olympian
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