A company based in Tzaneen has bought 1 St James (just across the road from Spar, up the Hill, previously owned by solicitors). The new owner wants to rezone it as a business zone B1 (that allows for many different types of businesses - they haven't said what but
this could cover an exhaust centre , fuel station , light industrial or mall. Any formal business would affect traffic, parking and the atmosphere of the neighbourhood and particularly quiet and residential St James Street
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Trenton Birch, South Africa1 year ago Comments: -
Peter van der Linden, South Africa1 year ago Comments: Firstly I think that the Cape Town City Council should realise that THEY are the Civil Servants that work for US - the Ratepayers. WHY were Residents in Vredehoek and Devil's Peak not notified of the original Rezoning Application for Business/Commercial....? We are only now finding out about the appeal for the first refusal of the Rezoning - and to now bully the residents with a deadline for objections is not acceptable. We the Ratepayers and Resident should receive first priority from Council....... and we object vehemently against further Business or Commercial development in our Residential area - and we certain object to the Rezoning of this property at No: 1 St'James Street, Vredehoek
Julia, South Africa1 year ago Comments: -
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