Fisantekraal Centre for Development, a skills training facility that helps unemployed people to find jobs in a variety of sectors, has expanded its operations to a brand-new R4.2 million purpose-designed building in Greenville Garden City near Durbanville.
What is sectional title homeownership? We demystify the intricacies of sectional title homeownership in South Africa.
Renier Smith is Group Manager: Engineering and Planning for Garden Cities NPC(RF). We spoke to him about the successful implementation of a green building programme.
The Archway Foundation’s primary objective is to provide halls and other essential facilities for under-resourced schools in the Western Cape. This work is underpinned by a broad concern for the general wellbeing of learners that includes their happiness, peace of mind and freedom from threats, bullying, or disruptive influences.
The old adage that position is the prime consideration is not quite so dominant. Suburbs with facilities, infrastructure, lifestyle and security have, in many cases, taken over.
Homebuyers return to market as confidence picks up for Cape Town property developments Renewed buyer confidence has led Garden Cities to boost its Cape Town property development programme. The company has increased the building pace at Sunningdale on the West Coast and at Pinehurst on the border of Durbanville, by more than 20%. Sales in…
A post-pandemic property boom may shortly see a jump in the price of properties for sale and other financial opportunities
Archway Foundation continues to help redress educational inequality in W Cape A new hall, costing more than R6 million, in the grounds of the 56-year-old Floreat Primary School in Lute Lane, Steenberg will be inaugurated on Saturday April 24, as part of the Garden Cities Archway Foundation programme to redress historical educational inequalities in the…
The Archway Foundation is Garden Cities’ corporate social investment project providing essential school halls to children of the Western Cape living and being educated in historically disadvantaged communities.
With prescience, and a built-in viewfinder focused on future needs and conditions, Garden Cities had, before the onset of the current difficult times, already moved more assertively into creating new models for a living environment. Not only has it been vigorously striving to enable home ownership for the province’s historically deprived people but forward planning…