More on the proposed service station

by | Oct 16, 2020 | Blog, Building and Town Planning | 5 comments

KOSRA was asked by Talk of the Town to appear on their weekly video show last week. Here we addressed the hair-raising topic of SANRAL’s proposed service station at the entrance of our beloved, small coastal town Kenton On Sea.

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  1. Thanks for your hard work on this issue KOSRA. The proposed petrol station is not only not needed but will cause traffic problems. Keep up the good work

  2. Has a fund been created for a potential court case over this?

  3. We need one of our younger techies to work on trying to get this story out there in the broader social media space

  4. We do not need another filling station or shops at the entrance to Kenton – it is such a dangerous road already why make it more dangerous? More Rubbish & so unsightly will just detract fm our little jewel of a town

  5. Please continue with your excellent work to preserve the natural beauty and small town enchanting coastal experience, I for one would not support this service station or the shop development at the entrance to Kenton On Sea. The negative Impact on the town and environment will be catastrophic for the older people like my self who enjoy the quiet/ peaceful situation. The wild-life and bird-life are already dwindling away from our town and nature sanctuary, and no one has mentioned the increased noise and air pollution from increased traffic on the R72 exacerbated by another failed supposed “progressive development” that has somehow escaped all the objections raised by the community, that have been Ignored by Ndlambe council?


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