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dc.description.abstractBomet County Spatial Plan (BCSP), 2022-2031 has incorporated an array of legal frameworks namely; the Kenya Constitution 2010, The County Governments Act 2012 and the Physical and Land Use Planning Act 2019. The Kenya Constitution 2010 states that land in Kenya shall be held, used and managed in a manner that is equitable, efficient, productive and sustainable. The County Governments Act 2012 also empowers the County Governments in matters related to governance, spatial planning and development. Section 110 of this Act requires that every county government prepares spatial planning framework that shall form the basis for appropriation of public funds. The general purpose of a county spatial plan is to provide the conceptual and topographical structure, appropriate land use and land management policies, coordinate the distribution of people and activities throughout the county to achieve prosperity, equity and sustainable social and economic development. On its part, the BCSP has been prepared to attain socio-economic transformation and land resource optimisation to improve the quality of life of the people of Bomet for the next ten years. Its main purpose is to provide a spatial framework that delivers visionary and practical proposals that strives to transform Bomet County to a balanced agro-based economy by the year 2031. It shall cover the entire area measuring approximately 2,507.1 Km² comprising of five sub-counties namely; Konoin, Chepalungu, Sotik and Bomet East and Bomet Central.en
dc.publisherCounty Government of Bometen
dc.relation.ispartofseriesSpatial Plan;2022-2031
dc.subjectInfrastructure Developmenten
dc.subjectCounty Planningen
dc.subjectPhysical Facilitiesen
dc.subjectMining and Mineralsen
dc.subjectMonitoring and Evaluationen
dc.titleBomet County Spatial Plan 2022-2031en
dc.typeDevelopment Planen
ppr.contributor.authorCounty Government of Bometen

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