/ 1 June 2023

Cape Town’s plan to appeal Woodstock land use resolution ‘short-sighted’

Disa Park With Salt River And Woodstock In The Background
The City of Cape Town is proceeding with its land release on the historic Castle bowling green in Woodstock, despite a decision by the Western Cape Heritage council to endorse a heritage impact assessment recommending the land be preserved as urban green space.
The city council wants to overturn the heritage authority’s resolution to conserve green space

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