Why fixing Cape Town’s rail network is an economic, moral and practical necessity
Cape Town joins the worldwide C40 competition to calling on the private sector and communities to devise carbon neutral development solutions and designs for underutilised publicly owned sites in C40 member cities
Our next event welcomes a global leading voice on bicycle planning in cities.
A series of graphics demonstrating a number of potential scenarios for the integration of different housing tenures in Woodstock and Salt River.
Submit an idea through the Open Call for water awareness interventions at the giant artificial grass rug that will be in Church Square from 27 November 2017 to 16 May 2018.
Urban designer Azraa Rawoot speculates about the potential for the 5 affordable housing sites in Woodstock and Salt River to be released to developers by the City of Cape Town.
Read about a student’s ideas for a mixed-income high-rise residential development at the Cape Town Station in order to deal with rapid urbanisation and inequality.
Various types of mixed-income housing models have been implemented throughout the world, and in particular in the US. A property studies student discusses strengths and weaknesses of some of these policy approaches and how South Africa could learn from them.
Students at the Institute of Design Thinking in Cape Town explore the possibilities for a housing development model which generates revenues to sustain and support the livelihood of its tenants.
Cape Town plans to take over the rail function in the metropole. Read the plan of action.