Two Rivers Urban Park – Towards a sustainable integrated urban development | Western Cape Government

Two Rivers Urban Park – Towards a sustainable integrated urban development

2019
(Western Cape Government)

The Two Rivers Urban Park (TRUP) is located at the confluence of the Black and Liesbeek Rivers about 5 km from the city centre. Because of its environment and history, the area is ideal for a development that satisfies a variety of human and ecological needs. A heritage specialist has been brought on board to provide expert advice on the cultural and heritage aspects of this development.

Where possible, roleplayers will preserve and enhance the heritage of the site and consider options for memorialisation given the powerful history associated with the site.

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Open Day presentions

Read more in the Two Rivers Draft Local Spatial Development Framework (LSDF) and Draft Heritage Impact Assessment (HIA) 1

TRUP First Nations Report

Executive Summary Draft Phase 1 HIA Two Rivers site September 2019

Two Rivers (LSDF) Local Spatial Development Framework (Draft October 2019)

Draft Phase 1 HIA Two Rivers site September 2019

 

2019 Specialists reports

2017 Specialists reports


Previous documents and reports
 

Presentations Minutes Maps Specialist Studies 

 


Read more on the Two Rivers Urban Park development


Co-Design  Workshop - 18 February 2017 (Resource  Sketchbook)

The content on this page was last updated on 29 October 2019