Cape Town residents are challenging the City of Cape Town in the High Court for a R1.5 billion plan to develop Maiden’s Cove, which is the scenic headland and beach, between Clifton Fourth Beach and Glen Beach in Camps Bay. The development of the cove area, devised in 2015, includes[…]
The City of Cape Town’s approach to building and development in the city could affect the DA’s performance at the polls next month. An online petition against the DA and mayor Patricia de Lille is calling on residents to boycott the party at the ballot box, if the city council[…]
The City of Cape Town is seeking to unlock R1,5 billion for the Clifton development, including ‘the Maiden’s Cove Urban Park. On 12 March 2016, the City invited tenderers to purchase or lease portions of three City-owned erven in the Clifton and Camps Bay area. The tender has been developed[…]
There are concerns that the City of Cape Town’s planned redevelopment of Maidens Cove near Camps Bay and Clifton, which is already facing stern opposition from residents, could have dire consequences for the kramats situated in the area. The area is a popular destination amongst Capetonians and the City is[…]
The City of Cape Town has defended plans for a proposed commercial development in Maiden’s Cove near Camps Bay and Clifton, which residents fear will be of detriment to the popular destinations scenery, as well as traffic in the area. Deputy Mayor, Alderman Ian Neilson says the redevelopment will put[…]
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