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Anger over plans for ‘Happy Valley’ erf

There were plans to move informal dwellers in Radar Road in Richwood to Wolwerivier, but this relocation would not apply to the Happy Valley informal dwellers, pictured, as they were on privately-owned land. Photo: Ross Jansen

22 June 2015


There were plans to move informal dwellers in Radar Road in Richwood to Wolwerivier, but this relocation would not apply to the Happy Valley informal dwellers, pictured, as they were on privately-owned land. Photo: Ross Jansen

There were plans to move informal dwellers in Radar Road in Richwood to Wolwerivier, but this relocation would not apply to the Happy Valley informal dwellers, pictured, as they were on privately-owned land. Photo: Ross Jansen

By Anel Lewis and Gadeeja Abbas

Cape Town – The development of land along the R27 near Blouberg on the West Coast has raised the ire of Table View residents and that of informal dwellers illegally occupying the site.

News of a public meeting being held on Monday, organised by the City of Cape Town’s human settlements directorate, to discuss the “status” of Erf 1117, has fuelled speculation that a housing development referred to in a 2013 presentation by the Western Cape department of Human Settlements, could be on the city’s housing agenda.

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