The proposed Greater Eastern Bypass (GEB) is a 77-kilometer road that will link the Mombasa-Nairobi highway, the Kangundo-Nairobi road, and the Thika-Garissa road. The road will traverse flat to rolling terrain and moderately hilly terrain over various sections. The project area is known for land-buying companies and cooperatives that bought land from white settlers who owned and operated extensive ranching and crop farming farms. The GEB road is expected to have significant social and economic development impacts within and around the road corridor, such as decongesting traffic from Mombasa Road and Thika Highway between Thika and Athi River towns, opening up the road corridor, spurring economic growth, and improving social amenities and services. The proposed road will reduce the distance for traffic traveling to and from Mombasa and Northern Kenya by 30 Km if they use the by-pass rather than the Eastern Bypass. The GEB road will also link Kenya and her neighbors in the North, namely Somalia, Ethiopia, and Southern Sudan. According to the Draft Spatial Plan for Nairobi Metropolitan Region, the Nairobi Metropolitan Region comprises four counties — Nairobi, Kiambu, Machakos, and Kajiado — with a total population of 6.7 million, and a major proposal by the spatial plan is the creation of six new towns in three of the counties aimed at decongesting the existing ones. One of the proposed new towns is Cyber City at the junction of the Greater Eastern By-pass and Kangundo Road in Machakos County. Shalom Gardens is offering a 100*100 (1/4 ACRE) plot for only 1.35M cash or 1.52M in installments with a deposit of 500k, a balance payable in 6 months. The gated community setup has electric fencing, water on site, graded roads, and permanently placed beacons. Site visits are available, and interested investors can contact +254722748475, +… for bookings.