Join us on Sunday 22 December at the Hout Bay Beach parking lot (at the Chapman’s Peak Drive end of the beach) at 10h30 for 11h00. People opposed to the construction of a toll plaza and office block on this internationally renowned tourist attraction will voice their objections by marching to the planned toll plaza site to hand over a memorandum of protest.
Chapman’s Peak Toll concessionaries Entilini plan to build a two-storey luxury office block, as well as a toll plaza on a portion of land owned by the Table Mountain National Park. According to an article published in the Cape Times on 9 January 2012, the building will cost R54 million, R25 million of which will be covered by you, the South African Taxpayer. The province has already reimbursed Entilini to the tune of R1.6 million in “preliminary design fees”.
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