African liveability

Barcelona brings urban and economic redevelopment lessons to Cape Town
19 August 2009

Decaying and forgotten city areas have the potential to be transformed if stakeholders can intensify their knowledge-driven activities and profit from them. This is according to Jordi Sacristan, marketing and communications director for the Spanish urban regeneration project 22@Barcelona. He was sharing lessons on urban regeneration at a Cape Town Partnership’s 10th anniversary conference on

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Public-private partnerships and urban regeneration in the central city
19 August 2009

The presentation presented at the Cape Town Partnership 10 year urban renewal conference held on the 18th and 19th of August 2009.

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Andrew Boraine elected an Eminent Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
2 June 2009

Andrew Boraine elected an Eminent Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Andrew Boraine, Chief Executive of the Cape Town Partnership, together with Pam Golding and Erwin Rode, was elected an Eminent Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), at a function held in Cape Town last night (Monday, 1 June 2009).

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Joint Venture aimed at reducing Central City’s rodent population
18 March 2009

The City of Cape Town’s City Health Directorate and the CCID are working together on a rodent control programme which is aimed at reducing the rodent population of the Central City area. As a port city, Cape Town has the potential to be exposed to rodents travelling from all corners of the globe.

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Transport 2010: The Inner City Plan
4 February 2009

Speaker: Andrew Bulman of Arcus Gibb, the international engineering consultants contracted to the 2010 event. Bulman spoke as a representative of the City of Cape Town and a large consortium of seven companies who make up the transport planning team for 2010.

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Cape Town Station: 2010 and Beyond Speaker
4 February 2009

Cape Town Station: 2010 and Beyond Speaker: Mokena Makeka of Makeka Design Laboratory, the architects involved in the Cape Town Station transformation. Makeka spoke on behalf of his company’s clients Intersite and the PRASA. Makeka began by noting that in cities that are vibrant, working well, and are responsive to their citizens and commuters, stations

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2010 Central City Partners Forum I: All roads lead to the Central City
27 November 2008

The Cape Town Partnership hosted more than 200 guests at its inaugural 2010 Partners Forum held on 26 November 2008. The forum provides interested individuals and organisations the opportunity to learn more about how they can become involved in the 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup. Andrew Boraine, Chief Executive of the Cape Town Partnership said

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Cape Town Partnership Annual Report 2008: Highlights of the Year
28 October 2008

In its ninth year of operation, the Cape Town Partnership is gearing towards celebrating its first decade, proactively planning the way forward. During this time, we have seen the Central City reverse years of urban flight and blight.

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Planning for 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP TM in the Cape Town Central City
28 October 2008

Given the location of the 2010 Stadium, Main Transport Hub, CT Station and official FIFA Fan Park, the proper coordination, functioning and management of the Cape Town Central City is essential for a successful World Cup.

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