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Subcouncil resolution details

Subcouncil resolution details

Subcouncil 11

Agenda item no

11SUB 9/2/2019

Subject

CAPITAL TRANSPORT PROJECTS: DISTRICT 6 SOUTHERN REGION, SUBCOUNCIL 11,14 & 17

Meeting date

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Resolution

Noted

Date closed

Monday, March 11, 2019

Resolution details

Mr Doubell informed the Subcouncil members of Capital Transport Projects currently under construction, or planned for implementation within Hanover Park, Manenberg, Heideveld, Lansdowne and Gugulethu areas.He gave status on all the concrete road projects within the Subcouncil.• Hanover Park Concrete Roads projects where the Contractor left the site has been given priority by the relevant Line Department. Mr. Doubell reported that the matter has been referred to Professional Consultant for mediation in terms of the provisions of the contract in an attempt to re-call the contractor back to the site to complete off the work started and will keep the sub council informed of developments. He reported that the litigation route will take longer to resolve the matter and the Line Department has opted for the mechanism which will result to a quicker solution if successful.• Mr Doubell informed members that the other challenges are paving being stolen and he prefer not to put pavers in dead zones.Cllrs asked the following questions• The issue of rehabilitation and re-instatement of road reserves was raised. Mr Doubell informed that the District offices are implementing those projects citywide. The members of the Subcouncil then requested a district report on this project indicating areas which will be attended within the financial year; financial information; EPWP opportunities; local contractor opportunities and any other information related to the project. Specific reference was made to project implementation within wards 40/44/46/47 of Sub council 11. The report to serve at the next Subcouncil meeting• Cllr Cassiem asked why Rio Grand, Red River and Renoster Streets in Manenberg been excluded in the rehabilitation programe e.g. tarring and resurfacing and the Department should consider these Streets as well.• Cllr Moses informed members that the project in Heideveld is running longer than 3 years at a stage that need deviation report to go to Bid Adjudication Committee (BAC) • Cllr Antonio van der Rheede requested that neighborhood watch be factored in the contract to assist with the safety of contractors being robbed and equipment being stolen.RESOLVEDThe members NOTED the reportAction: M Doubell/N Mnqetha/D Daries/K Nombakuse

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