Welcome to the June 2016 issue of the Blackheath City Improvement District Newsletter The team here at the Blackheath City Improvement District (BCID

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Welcome to the June 2016 issue of the Blackheath City Improvement District Newsletter

The team here at the Blackheath City Improvement District (BCID) have been very busy improving the Blackheath Industrial Area again over the last month. The winter rains mean increased services to the storm-water networks that need regular cleaning.

The nightmare that is litter is the cause of most of our challenges as we fight the daily battle against litter that gets strewed by pedestrians and passers by on their way through the Blackheath Industrial Area.

Illegal dumping remains a major headache as well as we fight this war. As usual, we appeal to business owners to report illegal dumping to us as soon as possible please? We need to address the illegally dumped matter before it attracts further dumping and further depletes our resources and distracts us from the task in hand.

June sees the end of our financial year and we begin the road to the annual financial audit.

As per the agreement made at our last AGM the BCID submitted our application to extend the term of the BCID to the City of Cape Town. This was approved by the Council and so we will extend of the term of the BCID for another five years from 01 July 2016 until 30 June 2021.

Metro Police

Metro Police together with City Law Enforcement and the Traffic Department are doing random road blocks in the BCID.

9 Fines have been issued for illegal parking and 70 fines for general activities within the Blackheath Area.

For Law Enforcement contact: 021 815 3344
For Traffic contact: 021 596 1999

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Metro Police on Wimbledon Road

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Metro Police checking all vehicle and drivers licence

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SAPS Sector 3 Sector Security Meeting

This month Our SAPS Sector 3 Sector Security Meeting took place on the 14th June 2016. Click here

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Formalising the verge between Range Road and the Engen Garage in Buttskop Road.

As mentioned in previous Newsletter, The City of Cape Town is managing a project to formalise the verge along Butskop Road between Range Road and the Engen Garage.

Below is a detailed sketch of the cross section and plan layout for the proposed footway in Buttskop Road between the Engen Garage and Ranger Road.

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Buttskop drafted plan

 
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BCID CLEANSING TEAM

Week 1 - The areas of Barewood Close, Metal Road Sysen Road, Artisen Road and School Street were the focus for the first week. The Team swept the entire area, did litter picking and pulled out weeds and also did some cleaning at the garden. 72 Refuse bags were filled for the week ending the 6th June 2016.

Week 2 - On Monday they focused on litter picking throughout the area. The rest of the week a continuation of tree pruning took place. They swept, did litter picking and emptied bins in Buttskop Road, Range Road, Anfield Road, Gooderson Road, Trafford Road and Roker Close. 77 Refuse bags were filled with litter.

Week 3 - The main focus this week was cleaning the storm water channels throughout the area. The Team started off in Waggie, Range, and Rand Roads. 72 Refuse bags were filled with litter.

Week 4 - The team swept the entire area, did litter picking and emptied bins. A continuation of storm water channel cleaning was done and 52 Refuse bags were filled with litter.

A total of 273 Refuse Bags were filled with litter and collected by the COCT's Solid Waste Department.

We as the Blackheath City Improvement District Team request that you report any illegal dump site to: 0860 103 098. To report illegal dumping in progress call: 0860 765 423

Cleansing - Storm-water Channels

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Schools

Sing for Africa Grade "R" School

The City of Cape Town Municipality presented an Early Childhood Development Summit where Sing For Africa (SFA) was invited to take part. 5 students were selected and represented SFA with ART work.

Below are a few pictures taken of the students and their Art.

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SFA Students

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Marietjie Paxton and the Artists

 
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Donations

Durbanville Lions club have chosen Sing for Africa as the beneficiary for their donation. This donation will be distributed to the community directly through the programs that they host.

SFA thank all for their ongoing support.

Sing For Africa Website

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Sandy from the Durbanville Lions club

 
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French students Coralie and Corentin sorting donations received

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Happy Feet Crèche

The Happy Feet Crèche consist of 30 learners. 12 of which are grade R and 18 between the ages 2 and 4 years old.

The grade R's are currently utilising the Happy Valley Civic Hall as the Hall has now been repaired for the convenience of the students. Water and electricity is up and running and the toilets have been replaced.

The rest of the students are utilising the building which the BCID has provided them.

There are 3 teachers that are doing an amazing job teaching the learners.

A kind request to all for a small donation such as blankets, stationary and warm clothes for these students.

Feel free to contact the BCID Offices for any further information or to make donations.

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Happy Feet students

 
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Students show their work

 
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The developer at Bardale village thought that there may be some business owners who may require accommodation for staff or alternatively some staff looking to buy accommodation within comfortable distance from their workplace in Blackheath and so I agreed to include the underlying information for interested investors.

I think the detail speaks for itself.

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Bardale Village - De Hoop, brings with it a wonderful mix of 2 and 3 bedroom homes, with a choice of interiors to choose from. Homes start at an affordable price of R615 000.

With more than 1000 homes already sold in phases 1 and 2, Bardale Village Phase 3 better known as De Hoop is here, and homes are selling fast!

This well-established, family-friendly estate, boasts fresh new home designs, neat easy to maintain front gardens and an almost endless list of perks and conveniences.

Homes start at an affordable price of R615 000 and comes standard with a number of essential features, such as an alarm system, burglar bars as well as a 24 hour patrolling guard and cameras by entrance and facing the inside of the estate.

Thanks to De Hoop’s convenient locality, Bardale Village is quickly becoming one of the most sought after Kuilsriver/ Blue Downs & Blackheath living options.

Let’s take a closer look at the Bardale Village De Hoop homes available:

Victoria

This affordable 50 square metre semidetached starter home is perfect for new families. It consists of 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. For just R615 000, this picturesque home could be yours.
Repayments for Victoria homes are approximately R6 088 per month A minimum household income of +/- R20 200pm is required

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Going at R665 000, this freestanding modern 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 55.7 square metre home is perfect for all families. It is also the only freestanding type home in the estate. Repayments are approximately R6 585 per month. A minimum household income of approximately R21 950 pm is required for this home.

Rosalina

For slightly larger families, this stunning 65.6 square metre home is perfect. Rosalina homes come with 3 bedrooms and 1 full bathroom, starting at the reasonable price of R695 000.
Repayment plans for Rosalina homes begin at approximately R6 880 per month. A household income of +/- R23 000 pm is required.

Elinora

Starting at R750 000, the 78.5 square metre Elinora homes offer a fashionable 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom living experience. Repayments of as little as R7425 per month and a household gross income of approximately R24 800 pm is required.

Juliana

Juliana homes are perfect for families that have plans to expand in the future. From just R799 000, this spacious 100 square metre, 3 bedroom, 2½ bathroom home can be yours to share with the people you love most. Repaymentsare +/- R8 217pm are and a household income of about R27 500pm is needed.

Buying at Bardale Village

If you have any questions, or are ready to confirm your viewing, please fill in the information required on our website. We look forward to providing you with the perfect home and a friendly neighbourhood.

The Bardale Village journey, since the first home was sold, has been truly exceptional. It has made a lasting, positive impact on the Blue Downs and Blackheath area and has changed the community for the better. Not only has it improved the development of the area, but also offered first-time buyers a great opportunity to get their foot on the property ladder.

As with Phase 1 and 2, Bardale Village’s Phase 3, better known as De Hoop, has something for everyone. Young couples or newlyweds can look forward to starting off in a brand new home and enjoy a family-friendly environment.

Construction to De Hoop, Bardale Village is expected to showcase approximately 182 houses and 196 townhouses.

The houses are ideal for those who prefer the convenience of a lock-up-and-go home. Sizes range from 50 and 100 square meters and vary between two and three bedrooms.

Two-bedroom homes are available in two sizes, 50 and 55.7 square meters. Three-bedroom houses are available in three sizes, 65.7 to 100 square meters. The homes are beautifully designed, spacious with neat finishes and are priced from R615 000 to R830 000.

As a show of how popular property at Bardale Village is, the Western Cape Educational Department has decided to build two extra schools right next to Bardale Village – one high school and one primary school. This will be a great addition to the already established, flourishing schools and crèche.

Bardale village is conveniently located to all major highways and transport services are nearby.
Bardale Village, De Hoop seems to build forth on the foundation set by the already popular Phase 1 and 2. The homes are of great quality and value for money.

Visit www.bardalevillage.co.za for more details and book a viewing today

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