RATES TO GO UP

WHAT DOES CONSTANTIA CONTRIBUTE AS A WHOLE AND WHAT DO YOU GET IN RETURN? Constantia Ratepayers and Residents contribute 145mln in rates, 28mln in terms of the fuel levy and 35mln in terms of what the City makes on margins from the provision of utility services. That’s over 200mln per annum which will go up

Save Time! Renew Your Vehicle Licence Online

The City of Cape Town offers an online service where residents can renew their motor vehicle licences online. The e-services portal also allows residents the opportunity to view their rates and services accounts, enter meter readings, pay accounts, and more. The City asks motorists to act proactively to ensure that the necessary arrangements are made

Proposed amendments to the City of Cape Town Municipal Planning By-Law, 2015

Proposed amendments to the City of Cape Town Municipal Planning By-Law, 2015 The City of Cape Town Municipal Planning By-Law, 2015 (MPBL) came into force on 1 July 2015. As part of the annual review of the MPBL, several improvements/amendments to the MBPL are now proposed. The proposed improvements/amendments fall within the following broad categories:

Constantia Greenbelt Cycling Proposal – Have Your Say

The City of Cape Town invites all interested and affected parties to have their say in the proposal to open certain green belts in the Constantia Valley to off-road cyclists. In terms of section 17 of the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, Act 32 of 2000, the public and interested parties or groups are given