This Policy Brief considers and is informed by Vision 2030, Agenda 2063, the new Constitutional and legal order foisted by the Government of Kenya as the fulcrum of development. In the recent past, a failure to abide by the legal safeguards has brought with it devastating consequences for the lives and well-being of persons residing upon or doing business in the areas earmarked for infrastructure; development. At a broader level, they subjugate governance efforts and the Rule of Law and, most poignantly, perpetuate the very problems that the development agenda seeks to ameliorate in the first place. Infrastructure; development goes beyond building of roads, bridges, and highways and impact social justice. This brief offers policy recommendations for various stakeholders towards formulation and implementation of a robust social-justice-centred policy on evictions and resettlement.