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Blouberg ‘RDP plan’ a hoax

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

24 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 Anél Lewis

Cape Town – There are no plans to develop low-cost housing on land along the R27 near Blouberg, and the City of Cape Town says it will investigate the release of a “fraudulent” document with the city’s official logo that claimed the proposal was being mooted.

Hundreds of concerned West Coast residents who packed the Blouberg Library on Monday night to attend a special meeting about Erf 1117 were relieved to hear that there are no immediate plans to develop more than 13 000 “RDP” houses on the site.

But many felt that the meeting was a “wasted hour” that left questions about the future use of the land unanswered.

Read the full article from iolNews.

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