Sales of FLISP-linked bonded houses launched at Greenville

The launch of affordable bonded housing at Greenville has been greeted with enthusiasm by home seekers responding to the plans for attractive, well-built and fitted homes in this high quality Garden Cities suburb at Fisantekraal.

2 - 3

R649 000 to R800 000

High-standard fittings with built-in hobs and ovens
Choice of flooring for living areas and bedrooms
Economical low pressure gas geysers – instant hot water
Off-street parking and walled back gardens

Homes are priced between R649 000 to R800 000 for 2 – 3 bedrooms. Fittings are to a high standard with built-in hobs and ovens in the kitchens and a choice of flooring for living areas and bedrooms.

The homes fall within the government FLISP (Finance Linked Individual Subsidy Programme) and qualifying buyers can apply for bond assistance that makes the houses highly affordable. Economical low pressure gas geysers are a standard fitting, delivering instant hot water to both the bathroom and kitchen.  The houses all have off-street parking and walled back gardens.

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Francois Du Toit


Anele Matakane

There will eventually be 16 000 homes on 767ha at Greenville Garden City, an entirely new town established in 2016, where the first phase comprised BNG (Breaking New Ground) subsidised homes. Further stages will include a broad range of properties covering the entire economic spectrum.

The eight business sites at Greenville have been rented out to local entrepreneurs and NGOs. Garden Cities is assisting them through an Enterprise and Supplier Development programme, which will see them being mentored on business skills. A further four business sites were built in the second phase of the project and three have since been sold to local entrepreneurs.

A Community/Youth centre will also be built as part of the first phase, as there is only one facility of this kind to service the whole community including the old Fisantekraal. A church site has become available for interested local churches to submit expression of interest and two sites have also been earmarked for an ECD and a Community services NGO.

As part of the community development, the Department of Public works has offered to purchase the allocated Primary School site to meet the urgent need for a second primary school in the area. A temporary school is currently under construction and enrolment is underway for the school to start operating January 2021.

The construction of a clinic by City Health will start shortly. Various petrol companies are interested in a site for a service station. A skills school in partnership with Tjeka FET College is currently under construction and will be operational in 2021. An agreement has been reached with Shoprite U Save to build a grocery store.

So far, the project has created over 150 job opportunities for local residents, who have been employed since the beginning. Five local subcontractors were also afforded an opportunity to participate, and they are part of the Enterprise and Supplier Development Programme, using local labour.