It is a Partnership between The Gambia Investment & Export Promotion Agency (GIEPA) and TAF Africa Global. The current development of 10-year project covering 160 hectares located in the Banjul International Airport is a mixed-use Business Park with a total estimated cost of $350 million.
With office space and other facilities. There are two (2) available warehouses of 1000sqm each and one (1) warehouse of approximately 250sqm for rent with all complementary services required.
Water and Power are already available in addition to some primary roads and water reticulation systems for landscape. The development of the entire project is divided into 5 different phases. Phase 1 is currently ongoing.
The years 2016 and 2017 have been very challenging for The Gambia. The election in December 2016 of Adama Barrow as the new President marked the end of 22 years of Government under Yahya Jammeh.
The new NDP has identified critical investments that are required to close the infrastructure gap in the period 2018 to 2021. The infrastructure financing deficit is huge and would ordinarily be beyond the Government’s means. The NDP’s gross budget, without accounting for available resources, stands at USD 2.4 billion. Of this, energy and infrastructure account for 57%.