R900 million estate to be started in Somerset West

SOUTH AFRICA - Cape Town - 22 February - 2019 - Somerset West property feature. It is a town in the Western Cape 50km east if Cape Town, CBD and 10 km from Strand - View from Andulusia Avenue. Picture: Tracey Adams/African News Agency (ANA)

Two Somerset West firms have been appointed to commence development of the R900-million Mzuri Estate in Bizweni Avenue, which will incorporate an initial product offering including 68 single-residential homes, 32 townhouses and 136 apartments.

DP2 Construction has been appointed to execute the civil engineering works on the property, and Manor Homes has been appointed to construct the homes and townhouses in the first phase of the development. The three-bedroom show house unit will be completed in September. Manor Homes will then shift its focus to the internal roads and services of the estate, the clubhouse, followed by the top structure for the homes and townhouses, with residents estimated to take occupation of the first units in May 2021. Mzuri will be the first self-sufficient development in the Western Cape with its own waste water treatment plant servicing the water requirements of the estate. This will enable the development to adequately treat its own water for re-use in irrigation as well as sanitary systems, which will significantly reduce water consumption.

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