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It is greatly appreciated that you took the time to meet with us on 14th August 2020

31 August 2020

We are very disappointed about the fact that the original Better Living Model proposal put forward by Helen Zille and signed by all parties, in agreement to go forward for the Schulphoek area, has been down scaled and itappears that the illegal invaders will now be accommodated on this land. It has been stated that you are planning to put services into this area for these illegal occupiers.

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The 19 individually targeted businesses and the Whale Coast Business and Community Forum (WCBCF) would like to place the following on record regarding recent acts of intimidation and calls for a targeted mass protest action in Hermanus, as circulated by Zwelihle Renewal, Gcobani Ndzongana, and others.

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Saturday, 29 June 2019 09:01

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Monday, 27 May 2019 08:08

Schulphoek update

Report back from the first 2 meetings for the Schulphoek Working Group which were held on 17th April and 13th May 2019.

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The Whale Coast Business and Community Forum NPO (hereafter referred to as the WCBCF) is a duly mandated organisation which acts on behalf of our members, which constitutes of approximately 800 business and property owners in the Overstrand area.

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The WCBCF attended the Stakeholders meeting on the 18th of February 2019 at the Overstrand Municipal Auditorium.

Premier Helen Zille gave a presentation about the proposed plans for the Schulhoek area which would be similar to the integrated housing development project on the old Conradie Hospital grounds in Cape Town. The development would include an upmarket housing section which will subsidize the rest of the development, a subsidized rental area, RDP housing area, a retail area with parks and a reserve for the milkwoods. The idea is still conceptual and all the affected communities need to 'buy in' to the idea.

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