Dear Residents, please follow the link below to download the proposed Ekurhuleni land use scheme and read it and if there are issues which concern you, please submit comments accordingly.
It has potential to change the face of our suburbs by including, work and metal working as a home enterprise, and making it possible to operate taverns, spaza and coffee shops from residential 1 properties under a consent use application.
These recommendations have been justified in order to promote economic development in the face of the collapsing South African economy and resultant high unemployment making it possible to generate extra income from one’s home.
Comments close on 30 November 2019
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No I do not
We have a lot of the so called Taverns that don't comply with liquor laws or under age served in the counter. Situated in the corner of the school premises. Noise in the middle of the night. Granted permission without society consulted, youngsters indulged in drugs, alcohol, glorifying drugs and alcohol abuse in the society. Remember firstly one would have to have money in order for him or her to get alcohol or drugs. Like would be critical in this case of course cancer, crime.
No I do not