Nakuru county has said landlords from Rondha settlement Nakuru West Sub County are currently undergoing training on production of interlocking stabilized soil blocks courtesy of the county government. They said the county under the leadeship of governor Lee Kinyanjui has been providing free training and sensitization to stakeholders in the housing sector in various parts of Nakuru.
The county said it is part of promoting use of alternative building technologies and thus lowering cost of construction.Ag.Director of Housing Maruhi Maina said the county government of Nakuru will work with stakeholders to encourage the landlords adopt alternative technologies.
They said the affordable housing program has several components one of which is training and sensitization the county government is carrying out across the 11 Sub counties.Thet said five models have so far been built in Kagoto VTC in Bahati Sub County,Molo VTC in Molo Sub County,Mirera VTC in Naivasha sub county,Late VTC in Njoro Sub County and Kware VTC in Rongai Sub county.
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