The county’s spatial plan will prioritize projects and programmes that will ensure that resources are distributed equally across the county.
While presenting the county’s spatial plan to the governor, Zachary Maritim- Director, GeoInformatiks Ltd said that the spatial which is a requirement for all county governments, will act as a roadmap to the County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP).
He further added that the spatial plan has incorporated economic prosperity through the martialling of resources while at the same time anchoring it with the requirements of the constitution, Vision 2030 and the county’s manifesto.
Mr. Maritim pointed out that the major focus of the spatial plan will be to transform the agriculture, tourism and health sectors.
Governor Prof. John Lonyangapuo said that the spatial plan was timely. He either said that the plan needed to be in agreement with the Kapenguria Municipality’s plan, whose main agenda is to transform towns within the municipality.
CEC Joel Arumonyang said that the plan coincides with the county’s agenda which has put emphasis on sustainable economic development.
“As we have seen the presentation here, the spatial plan is in tandem with the county’s manifesto. It is important to have documents that are in agreement. That way, we shall be able to move ahead swiftly.” Pointed out Mr. Arumonyang.
Present were County Secretary Dr. Mike Parklea, CECs Luka Chepelion, Augustine Monges, Chief Officer Elijah Lopuke, Kapenguria Municipality Board chair Benjamin Lemlem and William Ntoina- Director, Investment and Cooperatives.