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Governmental institution



Legal Name: The National Council for Law Reporting

Brand Name: Kenya Law

Organization type: A semi-autonomous state corporation

Parent Institution: The Judiciary

Parent Act: The National Council for Law Reporting Act


To Provide Universal Access to Kenya’s Public Legal Information by Monitoring and Reporting on the Development of Jurisprudence for the Promotion of the Rule of Law


Accessible Public Legal Information towards an Enlightened Society



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Physical Planning (Building and Development) (Control) Rules, 1998 (Cap. 286).

África Oriental

These rules are concerned with the proper planning of constructions and the approval of building plans.The 39 rules are divided into 3 Parts: Preliminary (I); Sitings, amenities density and use zoning rules (II); Applications, notices, approval, etc (III). Applications for the approval of constructions shall be made under rule 32. The Director of Physical Planning shall refuse to recommend any new building or proposed development, or alteration or addition to any existing building if the proposal or plan is not conform the criteria outlined in rule 33.