To apply for special exemption from the water restrictions on conditions laid out in the water restrictions guidelines, please follow the process below:
* Exceptions are only made in special circumstances.
* Individual applications are evaluated on the merits of the case and require supporting documentation.
* Exemptions are applicable to businesses where water use is a core function of the business.
Step 1: Download and complete the Special Exemption from Water Restrictions Application Form in the document downloads section at the bottom of the page. You will need to provide a detailed motivation and supporting evidence along with your exemption application.
Step 3: The City will review your application and supporting documents. Thereafter a City water inspector will conduct an inspection of your site.
Residents who have valid reasons for higher water consumption than the quota stipulated in the water restrictions (i.e. above 87 litres per person per day) need to submit a completed Application to Increase Current Quota of Water Supplied Affidavit Form to email@example.com.This application form is for an increase in monthly household consumption only.
If you require exemption from other water restrictions, please apply using the Special Exemption from Water Restrictions Application Form and follow the process outlined on Council website
Gary’s surf school has lessons for all ages and experience levels. Suitable for corporate events, birthday parties, hen/bachelor parties. On-site free locker and change room facilities available to customers.
Venue: 34 Balmoral Building, Beach Rd, Muizenberg, Cape Town Time: 8am to 5pm Cost: R 200 to R 400
Chas Everitt Cape Town South is the first company in South Africa to highlight waterwise properties.
“This step recognises the substantial investment that many sellers have made in their properties with regard to water efficiency as well as independent water sourcing and storage solutions.
These efforts and investments can cost hundreds of thousands of Rands and a mere passing reference in the property description fails to draw sufficient attention to the investment which has gained enormous importance as the drought has become a crisis in our region. This ‘waterwise’ marketing campaign further serves to raise the awareness of the water situation in our region. We are encouraging other real estate businesses to embrace the idea and follow our lead and use the waterwise logo in their marketing.
Sellers and buyers have already responded very positively to this initiative and we are highlighting these properties in our listings on www.CEI.co.za as well as www.CapeTownProperty.com and www.Constantia.co.za
Operated and managed by eNeighbourhoods, this service is sponsored by Chas Everitt Cape Town South as a service to the community. Our brief is to provide and share local content of interest to the various areas in the Cape Town South area through the various blogs to the benefit of the community and the sponsor. It is further the intention to offer at no cost to the members of the community the facilities of the blog. Other businesses and organisations thus have a powerful and effective means to share their news at no cost.
If you or your organisation has a newsworthy item or promotion that you wish to share, you may submit the information by email, in a way that we can copy and share together with one or two suitable images. You should also indicate what suburbs you wish this to be shared with however the suburb or suburbs must correspond to the content of your news.
We particularly encourage the submissions of any special offers and benefits, as this serve everyone’s interest very well.
The City of Cape Town has warned Fish Hoek residents that their water supply will be disrupted from seven o’clock this evening due to emergency maintenance. It will affect the water supply to all avenues below Main Road. Spokesperson for the Department of Water and Sanitation, Farouk Robertson, says the repair of a 300-millimeter valve will take place this evening due to heat conditions experienced during the day. Farouk has urged residents to store water for domestic use in clean, sealed containers before the repairs take place. He says two mobile tankers will be made available for residents, one at False Bay Hospital and the other will be positioned based on residents needs.
South Africa commemorates Women’s Month in August as a tribute to the thousands of women who marched to the Union Buildings on 9 August 1956 in protest against the extension of Pass Laws to women.
This historic march was a turning point in the role of women in the struggle for freedom and society at large. Since that eventful day, women from all walks of life became equal partners in the struggle for a non-racial and non-sexist South Africa.
“You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face.”
The South African city seems to be on every traveller’s bucket list, but it needn’t be an expensive trip. Blogger Carrie Swindlehurst tells us how to save money on your Cape Town trip… Whether you need to travel to Cape …
An educational guided walk to Peers and Tunnel Caves will be hosted by the Fish Hoek Valley Historical Association on the 8th of May. The walk will be followed by a talk in the evening by archaeologist, Jayson Orton.
Information for the walk: Venue: Fish Hoek Sports Field
Time: 06:30 for 07:00 til 10:00
Cost: R5 (member) or R10 (non member)
Information for the talk:
Venue: Fish Hoek Library
Time: 17:30 for 18:00
Cost: R5 (member) or R10 (non member)
A fashion show in aid of Fish Hoek Hospital antenatal unit will be hosted by the Cape of Good Hope Rotary. The venue will be situated in the beautiful Buitenverwachting Wine Farm in Constantia and clothing will be supplied by A.P. Jones.
Date: 10 May 2014
The beginning of a child’s life shouldn’t be so hard so we need you help and support!
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