In 2017, Garden Cities implemented the Mosselbank River Rehabilitation programme, which since its inception has been guided by a Conservation Management Plan co-ordinated by VULA Environmental Services. The river is a non-perennial tributary of the Diep River and flows in a north-north-westerly direction through Garden Cities’ Greenville housing development.
Garden Cities has exceeded its current target of 2 000 occupations of its BNG housing (Breaking New Ground) at Greenville.
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.
GREENVILLE GARDEN CITY PHASES ONE & TWO: 1 140 BNG HOMES COMPLETED AND HANDED OVER To date 1 140 Breaking New Ground (BNG) houses have been built and handed over to their new owners in Phase One and Two of Greenville Garden City, the 767ha new town in Fisantekraal.. All the recipients of the houses are former…
A successful community initiative aimed at rehabilitating and maintaining the social, ecological and amenity value of the Mosselbank River corridor in Greenville Garden City, Fisantekraal is well established and operating from its headquarters in the development.