Meet our newest recruit, Noorudeen Roman, who comes highly recommended from the City of Cape Town’s Transport and Urban Development Authority.

Wonderful things are happening here at the Greater Tygerberg Partnership. In April, we welcomed our new CEO, Warren Hewitt; last week we hosted an engaging and well-attended conference, “UNLOCKING OUR URBAN FUTURE”; at the conference we announced the finalists and winners of our social innovation challenge (well done to Dhanyal Davidson and Krista Roberto for their IWORK concept!); and this week we’re welcoming a new member to our team…

Meet Noorudeen, our new Project Manager

Noorudeen Roman is a young, energetic and professional young man who is passionate about urban development and the future of the Greater Tygerberg area. He is a registered Candidate Planner (South African Council for Planners), and comes highly recommended from the City of Cape Town’s Transport and Urban Development Authority.

Noorudeen graduated with a B-Tech and National Diploma in Town and Regional Planning from CPUT, before completing internships in Spatial Planning and Urban Design, and Land Use Management at the City of Cape Town.

Noorudeen is passionate about helping the GTP to achieve higher levels of investment, development, growth and employment in the Greater Tygerberg area, and creating a platform for social innovation.

We’re confident that his positivity, energy and experience in facilitating successful interaction between government and local communities will be a huge asset to GTP, and we look forward to working with him as we create a vibrant, inclusive and sustainable future for the Greater Tygerberg Area!

If you would like to get in touch with Noorudeen, please contact him at noorudeen.roman@gtp.org.za