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Local area projects and plans<h2 class="sectHeading">​​​​​​​​​​Bishop Lavis Urban Node Upgrading​​​​​​​</h2><h4>About the project:</h4><p>Run by the <a href="">Urban Planning and Design Department</a> with a duration of two and a half years, the primary study objective of the Bishop Lavis Urban Node Upgrading Project is to regularise the existing land use patterns within the focus area (Bishop Lavis). In doing so, currently poorly structured and/or underutilised publically owned land and facilities may be put to productive purpose in the interest of the broader public and local community.<br></p><h4>For more information, please contact:<br></h4><h4>Bronwen Jillings<br></h4><p> <em>Email:</em><br><a href=""></a>.</p><h2 class="sectHeading">​​​​​​​​​Upgrading of Kruskal Avenue, Bellville CBD​​​​​​​<br></h2><h4> About the project:</h4><p>The Upgrading of Kruskal Avenue, Bellville CBD is a three year Informal trading feasibilty study and hard and soft landscaping upgrading project.  It is run by the City's <a href="">Urban Planning and Design Department </a>together with the <a href="">Urban Mobility Department</a>, <a href="">Recreation and Parks Department</a>, <a href="" target="_blank"> Greater Tygerberg Partnership</a> and <a href="">Voortrekker Road CID</a>.</p><h4>The project objectives include:</h4><ul><li>An upgraded public domain;<br></li><li>resolving of pedestrian and traffic conflict;</li><li>promoting economic development; </li><li> and investigating informal trading structures and management models.</li></ul><h4>For more information, please contact:</h4><h4>Sonette Smit</h4><p> <em>Email: </em> <br> <a href=""></a> </p><h2 class="sectHeading">​​​​​​​​​​Athlone Power Station Re-development​​​​​​​<br></h2><h4> About the project:</h4><p>The Athlone Power Station Re-development Project is a three year regional project with positive benefits for the entire City. With a budget of R1, 283,351, the city is planning for the re-development of the Athlone Power Station.The project is run by The City's <a href="">Urban Planning and Design Department</a> in partnership with,  Property Management, <a href=""> Urban Mobility Department</a>, <a href="">Environmental Management</a>, Electricity Services and Utility Services.</p><p> <a href="" target="_blank">View  The Athlone Power Station: Pre- Feasability Study </a> </p><h4> Project objectives:</h4><p>The project will result in a site that has a development plan, business plan and has been through the statutory processes that will allow development to commence.<br></p><p>This project encourages public input through a public engagement process. The first public engagement is expected to be around the middle of 2016.<br></p><p>For more information contact:</p><h4>Antony Marks, Principal Professional Officer</h4><p> <em>Telephone:</em><br><a><em>021 400 9422</em></a><br><br><em>Email: </em><br><em> </em><a href=""><em></em></a>​</p>GP0|#554b9a1c-c264-4e25-9b07-83484fbebcfa;L0|#0554b9a1c-c264-4e25-9b07-83484fbebcfa|Local area projects and plans;GTSet|#ef3a64a2-d764-44bc-9d69-3a63d3fadea1;GPP|#e2a95c7f-47ae-4a84-aa7b-f99ea7e0788b;GPP|#78a56262-5d4a-460c-a3f2-af7bc1b69a54;GPP|#e88ff549-973f-4e3c-a46c-cfbe61bd6a24Here you can see a collection of Cape Town's latest local area plans and designs.0





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