The Voortrekker Road Corridor has been identified as an Integration Zone by the City of Cape Town, in line with National Government’s Integrated City Development Grant. The public sector will invest a significant amount of energy and resources into the integrated regeneration and development of the corridor.
OUR AIM IS TO:
Increase the viability and long-term sustainability of public transport infrastructure and public investment; and
Work in close collaboration with the City to drive densification and intensification through strategic investment, which will encourage greater numbers of citizens to work and live here.
TO ACHIEVE OUR AIMS, WE INITIATED SIX FOCUS AREAS:
We need to prioritise housing interventions that increase the density of people living along the corridor. Housing developments must incorporate affordable and mixed-income housing opportunities in well-located areas. Our relationships with key stakeholders and funding institutions in this sector will help to achieve this.
VOORTREKKER ROAD INTEGRATION ZONE STRATEGY AND INVESTMENT PLAN (SIP) AND BELLVILLE INTEGRATED LAND USE AND TRANSPORT PLAN (BILUTP) STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT
We have initiated strategic stakeholder relationships with property and business owners, private developers, academic institutions, shopkeepers, office workers and commuters who travel through this area daily.