Building & Town Planning
Land Use Scheme
The Ndlambe Municipality Integrated Land Use Scheme 2019
Building lines & Guest houses
Several applications for “Departure of Building Line” have been brought to KOSRA’s attention over the past months for comment from Ndlambe. The current legislation allows Ndlambe Municipality to relax all building lines applications at their discretion after having followed public participation.
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With current and future development proposals in Kenton constantly referred to the Town Planning Portfolio of KOSRA, it is up to us to identify areas of concern common to all residents and ratepayers and to work together to promote cohesiveness and fairness, within our community.
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