Read about a new mechanism that incentivises developers to build affordable housing in well-located areas in Cape Town.
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.
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.
The Spatial Development Frameworks guide the 10 year spatial vision and strategies for Cape Town. Read our comment on the plan, including 8 key areas the plan is currently lacking and must address.
Comment on the draft Cape Town Spatial Development Framwork which will guide development in the city for decades to come.
A review of the lecture by Adam Beck on driving collaboration to achieve Urban Regeneration.
“Co-creating the future of housing South Africa” successfully engaged dialogue among government officials, private sector designers, and NGO leaders in the housing industry to collaboratively form key lessons to move forward South Africa’s housing crisis.
On the 16th of March 2016, Future Cape Town in partnership with Urban – Think Tank, DesingSpaceAfrica and dhk Architects and Urban Designers hosted a Forum on Housing in South Africa on the top floor of the Media 24 building in Cape Town. Here are our impressions in a nutshell:
Guy Briggs, Head of Urban Design at dhk Architects, talks to Weekend-Argus about the urgency and importance of social housing to bring Cape Town out of its current reality of spatial inequality, and its apartheid history.