THIS MONTH

Western Cape declared a Disaster Area due to low DAM LEVELS AT AN ALARMING 21% and still dropping every week!
See the details on the Environment Page where level 4 restrictions may be imposed in June.
Cape Town residents are advised that level 3b water restrictions permit watering with a bucket or watering can on a Tuesday and Saturday (twice a week) and not a Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday as noted in an issue of City News Online. 
Theewaterskloof dam, almost minus the waters.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The CIBRA AGM was held on Wednesday 17th May and the Guest Speaker, Alderman J.P.Smith talked about what the City hopes to do with the displaced persons on our streets. A near capacity audience had many questions for him. More about the evening on the AGM Presentations page. 
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When will the Bo-Kaap and Vredehoek HPOZ's be official?
 
Above is a lovely old building in Rose street, and on the left is a view down Longmarket street from high in the Bo-Kaap
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IMPORTANT NOTICE OF NEW SERVICE TO RESIDENTS:
On the 'What's Up' page we will display application notices for building proposals and departures that  are supposed to be sent to adjacent and opposite residents but in the past our members have reported not seeing them. The current ones are:
Relating to erf 2078 9 Braemar Road, Oranjezicht
Relating to erf 1849 11 Bloem St Schotschekloof
AND the Minutes of CIBRA's monthly Urban Conservation Advisory Panel meetings are now available to the public on our Urban Conservation page of this website. 
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HOW TO USE THIS WEBSITE:

Sections & sub-sections in this website contain screen-ready resources and weblinks to documents that are best seen on their original websites though in some cases both documents and weblinks are available here.

Note that some documents, such as City drafts & public notifications, etc. have closing dates and are displayed here only for a few weeks. See “What’s up” page

Once finalised and passed, Regulations, Policies & By-laws will, in most cases, be listed only as weblinks.

Other documents under various headings may also be temporary and this is indicated where appropriate. 
 

Download your own PDF copy of these numbers by clicking on the document link in the panel below:

Emergency Numbers

NB When applications to HWC are referred to CIBRA please make a booking with our Urban Conservation Advisory Panel using the link on the Urban Conservation page of this website.
Guess where and what this is?

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