APPLICATION TO THE CITY OF CAPE TOWN TO AMEND THE MUIZENBERG IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT BOUNDARY (MID) TO INCLUDE THE WHERRY ROAD TRIANGLE AREA (CLEVEDON, CROMER, HENLEY & WHERRY ROADS).
The MID Board is pleased to advise that the City has verified the consent obtained, 62%, for the boundary extension. The application to amend the boundary of MID in terms of the City of Cape Town SRA By-Law 2012, as amended 2016 and SRA Policy, 2016 has been submitted.
The full application, together with other particulars of the application, is available for scrutiny at the City of Cape Town, Inter Service Liaison-offices, 8th Floor, Civic Centre, 12 Hertzog Boulevard, Cape Town (Enquiries: E. Scott, Tel 021 400 1872). Further information can also be found on www.mid.org.za.
Any objections to the amendment of the Muizenberg Improvement District boundary must be submitted in writing to the City Manager, PO Box 298, Cape Town, 8000 or hand delivered to the City Manager, 5th Floor, Podium Block, Civic Centre, 12 Hertzog Boulevard, Cape Town or e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Objections must be received by the City by no later than 16 December 2016.
A public meeting was held, the purpose of which was to inform all attendees of relevant information pertaining to the application, and to discuss the practical implications relating thereto. We encouraged all owners of properties in Clevedon, Cromer, Henley and Wherry Roads to attend this meeting which took take place on:
DATE : 8 December 2016
TIME : 18:30
PLACE : Planet Kids
ADDRESS : 3 Wherry Road, Muizenberg
The application was successful, the Wherry Road triangle area was included as from 1 July 2017, as part of the Muizenberg Improvement District.
The Muizenberg Improvement District [MID] is a geographic area where property owners have contracted to pay a levy to facilitate a joint effort by the City of Cape Town and the local community to ensure more effective management of public areas and to promote business confidence.
The MID supplements normal municipal services provided by the City, using its funds to deal with public safety, enhance the environment and address social issues like vagrancy and finding workable solutions for the homeless. The Muizenberg Improvement District is a legal entity established under the City’s Special Rating Areas by-law and also governed by the South African Companies Act 2008.
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