Western Cape Provincial Public Works Investment Opportunities | Western Cape Government

Western Cape Provincial Public Works Investment Opportunities

(Department of Transport and Public Works, Western Cape Government)
Summary

In keeping up with the Western Cape Government's objective of growing economy through investing in growth-creating infrastructure, the Department of Transport and Public Works has a long history of providing property management services and accommodation for Western Cape Government departments.

For more information on the Department of Transport and Public Works' property portfolio and various investment opportunities, you can download the department's brochure.

What Role Does the Western Cape Department of Transport and Public Works Play in Property Management?

One of the department's functions is property asset management, including the following: 

  • Property development, planning, construction, upgrading and maintenance of infrastructure.
  • Property leasing.
  • Property management regulatory services.
  • General infrastructure development.
  • Integrated planning facilitation and support.
  • Professional development programme support.
  • Immoveable asset management.
  • Accommodation provisioning services.
  • Construction and maintenance of health and education facilities and general buildings.
  • Assistance to public sector institutions regarding the Expanded Public Works Programme.

Four prime opportunities for investors:

  • Education infrastructure.
  • Health infrastructure.
  • Regeneration.
  • General infrastructure.

Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) Programmes:

South African law defines a PPP as a contract between a public sector institution or municipality and a private entity which assumes substantial financial, technical and operational risk in the design, financing, building and operation of a project.

Two Rivers Urban Park

The Two Rivers Urban Park forms part of the Cape Town Central City Regeneration Programme (CTCCRP). It can be found where the Black and Liesbeek Rivers meet 8 km from the Central City.

The park offers an exciting opportunity to address the following needs:

  • Protect and rehabilitate ecological systems.
  • Encourage mutually beneficial relationships between people and natural environment.

The location is perfect to create a park that fulfils human and ecological needs. It comprises:

  • Sensitive ecological systems and habitats.
  • Extensive open space areas.
  • Significant institutions, historical buildings and cultural landscapes.

Download the Two Rivers Urban Park Local Area Sustainable Neighbourhood presentation.

Read the Two Rivers Urban Park Contextual Framework and Phase 1 Environmental Management Plan.

Video: Western Cape Department of Transport and Public Works property development and management presentation.

Investment opportunity video

For more information you can contact:

Tel: 021 483 2186
Email: Transport.Publicworks@westerncape.gov.za
Twitter: @WCGovTPW   

The content on this page was last updated on 7 March 2016