Review of spatial development framework

by | Oct 13, 2020 | Blog, Building and Town Planning | 0 comments

KOSRA has been asked by Ndlambe Town Planning department to clarify this matter.

A draft reviewed Spatial Development Framework (SDF) will be published by Ndlambe Municipality soon for comment. The notice relating to this can be viewed at this link.

Ratepayers and residents are invited to register as Interested and/or Affected Parties (I&APs) by sending an e-mail with their name and e-mail address to the Manager of Town Planning, Ntombi Ngxwashula by no later than 02 November 2020.

When the draft reviewed SDF is subsequently published, I&APs will be entitled to send their comments, proposals and objections to the Town Planning Department.


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