The City of Cape Town commenced on Monday November 4 with a comprehensive engagement process about the review of the spatial development frameworks (SDFs) for the eight planning districts across Cape Town.
The meetings have been scheduled:
Helderberg: tomorrow, Thursday November, 7pm to 8.30pm, Strand civic centre, corner Main and Fagan roads
Sir Lowry’s Pass Villages: Monday November 11, Sir Lowry’s Pass community hall, Sir Lowry’s Pass Road
Strand, Gordon’s Bay: Monday November 18, Strand civic centre, corner Main and Fagan roads
Somerset West: Tuesday November 19, Somerset West community hall, Sir Lowry’s Pass Road
Sitari, Macassar: Thursday November 21, New Macassar community hall, Burg, Street, Macassar.
The City invites community leaders from each of the various areas to attend a meeting, where officials will explain:
the process they will undertake to prepare the SDFs
how the SDFs affect local developments
how community leaders can contribute to identify the challenges, needs, and priorities insofar as it relates to planning on a local area level.
The City is in the process of updating the spatial development frameworks (SDFs) for the eight planning districts with the latest information about the state of the population, their employment levels and income, the state of the urban and natural environment and heritage, state of development, the supply of and demand for housing, local economy, property market, and current services and infrastructure in these districts.