The City is gearing up for extensive engagements with Capetonians about District Six, the first priority of which is the drafting of a Local Spatial Development Framework.
Re-establishing the community of District Six is one of the most exciting and important projects the City will be undertaking in collaboration with the National Government, the District Six community, and all other residents, interested parties, and stakeholders in years to come.
Work is already underway in some parts of District Six where the National Department of Rural Development and Land Reform is preparing sites for the construction of houses for the beneficiaries.
“The programme and upcoming engagements will be made public in due course, once we have obtained approval from the local subcouncil to commence with the public participation process. It is anticipated that the approval will be granted by the end of next month.”
In the meantime, the City would like to compile a database of residents, interested and affected parties, stakeholders, civic organisations, non-profit organisations and leadership groupings who want to be part of this process.
All are invited to register with the City by sending an email to: