Development Control Company (DCC)

Overview

The Development Control Company (DCC) is an oversight body established by Tatu City. The DCC is comprised of:

  • Appointees of Tatu City or Board of the Property Owners Association
  • A  city planner
  • A city engineer
  • A leading architect

The lead architect is  an appointee of Tatu City and remains in the DCC for as long as Tatu City  has an interest in the Property and thereafter by the Property Owners Association.

 

Scope

The Property Owners Association through the DCC will, under instruction by and on behalf of Tatu City and/or the Property Owners Association:

  • Adopt maintain and administer the development
  • Administer precinct plans, design, and modifications
  • Administer physical planning standards for precinct planning and building permits
  • Oversee improvements in the project
  • Ensure all documents and requirements for submission to the DCC are met

 

Compliance

The DCC regulates land use and building development in Tatu City. This  will:

  • Create an effective and efficient built urban environment
  • Ensure that all buildings in Tatu City comply with DCC guidelines
  • Ensure compliance is in line with the  Kiambu County approved building plans

The DCC’s regulation ensures that a safe and healthy environment is created for all. The DCC has jurisdiction over Kijani Ridge, Tatu Industrial Park and all developments in Tatu City.

 

CONTRACTOR’S CODE OF CONDUCT:

Tatu City is fully committed to the health and safety of personnel working in the city. According to the policy of the Development Control Company, only contractors committed to working to the highest standards are permitted to work at Tatu City. All contractors are expected to familiarise themselves with the procedures, precautions and guideless laid in the Contractor’s Code of Conduct and must strictly adhere to them at all times.

Before undertaking any construction works within the City, all owners, contractors and project managers must sign the Contractor’s Code of Conduct to ensure the health and safety of all parties involved in the construction project.

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