EThekwini residents can have their say on the proposed eThekwini Integrated Inner City Local Area Plan and Regeneration Programme which is set to revolutionise the Inner-City restoring it back to its former glory by attracting business and economic growth back to the area.
A website has been established to keep the public abreast of all developments relating to the plan where they can also comment about the project.
Further engagements to keep residents informed will be held with an open day planned for early next year where an information session and public display will be held. The date and venue will be communicated in due course.
Progress made with the regeneration plan was presented to eThekwini senior management at a high-level meeting chaired by the City Manager, Sibusiso Sithole this week.
It was explained that the purpose of the project is to prepare an Inner-City Local Area Plan (LAP), a high level plan to inform the detail precinct plans, Inner-City Regeneration Strategy and Implementation Plan. Ultimately the plan aims to ensure the Inner-City of Durban will be a vibrant, connected, walkable and integrated city centre to provide suitable environments for economic, residential, sporting and leisure opportunities for all.
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