The GIETAF Special Economic Zone is a 160-hectare mixed-use Business Park being developed through a public private partnership between the Gambia Investment and Export Promotion Agency (GIEPA) and TAF Africa Global Limited (TAF).
GIETAF Special Economic Zone is designed into four (4) complementary districts to ensure that owners, operators and workers in the Business Park can evolve in a live, work, and play community.
The Central District is a 35ha area positioned within the heart of the development with a direct access from Brikama highway. It is isolated from the surrounding busy roads by development and makes use of the attenuation ponds and connected open areas for restoration and entertainment purposes.
Below is a showcase of the site boundaries of the Special Economic Zone, GIETAF. It is a draft of the architectural site boundaries as part of the proposed master plan.
The utility area, situated in the south end of the SEZ, is mainly dedicated to power generation, solid waste management, wastewater treatment, maintenance, and refueling. The utility area also includes community facilities (religious) and public amenities (police and fire station) located near the residential zone.