Govt's District 6 units don't conform to national building regulations - DA

Govt's District 6 units don't conform to national building regulations - DA

District Six, Department Of Human Settlements

2022-01-21 06:19:00 PM

Govt's District 6 units don't conform to national building regulations - DA

DA Western Cape spokesperson on Human Settlements Matlhodi Maseko said it was now critical that the national department communicated with claimants regarding exactly who would be allowed to return to their community.

Maseko said nearly 10 months after the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development first delayed the handover of 108 units in District Six, 58 units had been issued 'permission to use' certificates while the national department had been given a year to fix a number of safety issues identified by the City of Cape Town.

Maseko said it was now critical that the national department communicated with claimants regarding exactly who would be allowed to return to their community, when the units would be available to them and when the department planned on addressing the city's safety concerns.

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