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Putting heritage first in Cape Town’s CBD

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For┬ásome developers the word “heritage” may raise a warning flag, but for others keen to be part of the history and vibrancy of Cape Town’s central city, it is increasingly becoming an attraction.┬áMore than R200 million is about to be invested in two new developments in the central city that will not only respect the […]

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Nicola Irving along with Urban Forum Cape Town today voiced their opinion in the Cape Times on the current urban and housing crisis that the City of Cape Town is facing. The letter was prompted by what they consider to be a narrow public response by Cape Towns Mayco Members, read more about it and […]

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