In terms of Section 14 of the Municipal Finance Act (Act 56 of 2003) and the Municipal Asset Transfer and Municipal Supply Chain Management Regulations, the City of Cape Town is required to dispose/lease of its surplus immovable property assets by means of a transparent and competitive (public tender) process.
Accordingly, the Property Management Department compiles a proactive property disposal programme every financial year for the sale/lease, by public tender, of viable Council-owned properties no longer required for municipal purposes. The list includes land zoned for industrial, commercial, institutional and residential development.
The disposal programme has been compiled in terms of the City’s strategic objectives and delivery targets, while taking into consideration the available resources to manage the disposal process.
Property disposal tenders that have opened are advertised to the public in the Municipal Notices section of The Cape Times and Die Burger on Fridays. These tenders can be collected at the tender office which is located on the second floor, Civic Centre, 12 Hertzog Boulevard, Cape Town. Alternatively, to access and download the tender documents when it is opened, click here.
To view a list of City property assets that have been registered to new owners, click here.