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ELDOS WARD COUNCILLOR PROMISES OVER 1,000 HOUSES

A screengrab of an Eldorado Park resident, Dawid Stevenson, preparing a piece of land where he plans to build his house, as the residents continue to illegally grab land in the area.

05 May 2015

Councillor Peter Rafferty told residents 1,350 homes will be built in the community over the next 4 years.


A screengrab of an Eldorado Park resident, Dawid Stevenson, preparing a piece of land where he plans to build his house, as the residents continue to illegally grab land in the area.

A screengrab of an Eldorado Park resident, Dawid Stevenson, preparing a piece of land where he plans to build his house, as the residents continue to illegally grab land in the area.

By Govan Whittles

JOHANNESBURG – The Eldorado Park ward councillor has told angry residents who have been illegally grabbing land since last week that 1,350 will be built in the community over the next four years.

Councillor Peter Rafferty says the housing project is the first to be implemented in the southern Johannesburg area since 1992.

He says residents living in backyard shacks have become frustrated by the development in surrounding areas such as Soweto.

Read the full article from EyeWitnessNews.

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