The Agricultural Society of Kenya has commenced the process of developing mixed land use master plans for her showgrounds. The master plans will guide the intended developments in line with the Society’s Strategic Plan (2018-2022).

The Jamhuri park showground master plan has already been developed in the first phase of this programme. The Society has commenced phase two of the master planning process focusing on Mombasa, Nakuru, and the Kisumu Showgrounds.

Overall objectives of the Master Plan

  • Optimization of the Society’s core mandate.
  • Redevelopment of core land asset to enhance quality of exhibitions through reserved events while creating other events.
  • Creation of catalyst expanded role through extension of use of the site to increase revenue through relevant competition showcasing.
  • Increase participation and knowledge transfer.
  • Development of conventional conference center commercial and mixed-use residential offers cultural and retail among others.

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The Society has further commenced the implementation of the Jamhuri Park Master plan in a phased programme that places the exposition and conferencing center as the first phase. Subsequent phases will include enhanced livestock pavilions, Small Business Incubation Centers, enhanced Arena, Iconic Tower, Roads and Drainage Design and Construction, Water demand (Dam Rehabilitation, Treatment and Supply works), Energy and ICT infrastructure, Waste water management, Landscaping and Agricultural demo plots.
Some of the mixed land use developments will include:

  • Commercial (Retail, Lettable Office Space, Hotel and Hospitality),
  • Residential (Serviced Apartments),
  • Hospital/ Medical Facility,
  • Inoffensive Lights Industries (for Value Addition) and
  • Recreational Facilities among other compatible uses while maintaining the principal user land – Agricultural and Horticultural show activities.

The Society in partnership with the National Government has constructed a state-of-the-art Exposition and Conferencing Centre. The Centre is unique and one of its kind in the region with an open/clear floor area of 3,456m2 (Clear span). The Centre has facilities that support meetings, incentives, conferencing and exhibitions.

The table below shows the seating capacities of the exposition center and the meeting rooms.

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