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Tuesday, 19 March 2019

CCT Planning: Submit comments 5 Crown Crescent application

Ref 70439841-Removal of restrictive title deed conditions

Erf 183 Camps Bay, 5 Crown Crescent.

Notice is hereby given in terms of section 81 of the City of Cape Town Municipal Planning By-Law (MPBL), 2015 that the application below has been received and is open to inspection at the office of the District manager at Media City Building, 2nd Floor, corner of Adderley Street and Hertzog Boulevard Cape Town, 8001. Alternatively, the application can be viewed by clicking on the PDF attachment in the document downloads section below.

Application details

District office: Table Bay District
Application number: 70439841
Applicant / owner details: Tommy Brümmer cc/ Fiona Stuart Espey Harris.
Description and physical address: 5 Crown Crescent, Camps Bay.
Submission period: 22 March - 23 April 2019

Purpose of the application

Application made in terms of section 42(g) of the Municipal Planning By-Law: The proposal is to permit a second dwelling on the property. The applicant has applied to delete restrictive title deed conditions C.”5(a) and C.”5.(i) contained in Title Deed T54761/2001 relating to the number of dwellings and building materials (wood and iron).

Submit your comments

Submit your comments, objections and representations by email.

All submissions need to include the following:
  • The application reference number.
  • The details of the person submitting the comment or objection, including ithe full name, interest in the application, address, contact details and the method by which they can be contacted.
  • The reason for the objection, including the effect that the application will have on a person/area and any aspect of the application that you consider inconsistent with policy, and how.
Submissions in writing need to be made to the specified district office on or before the closing date.

View our guidelines on submitting objections / comments on land use applications, or to make oral submissions.

General conditions

  • An objection, comment or representation that does not meet the requirements above may be disregarded.
  • Late comments or objections will not be considered unless the City Manager has agreed in writing.
  • If you are unable to write, you may come to the specified district officeduring office hours where you will be assisted with transcribing your comment or objection and associated reasons.

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