AA - May 2021

Meandering along the Sea Point Promenade – 22 May 2021

The Simon van der Stel Foundation recently expressed concern that Heritage Western Cape (HWC), the local successor to the National Monuments Council, is allowing the history of old Bantry Bay to be destroyed by permitting the demolition of structures of heritage importance…

ONE THIBAULT – CAPE TOWN’S REIMAGINED ICON – 17 May 2021

Convenience, comfort, affordability and planet sensitivity are all vital aspects to consider when choosing where to live. Multi-use buildings are fast becoming the norm – offering residents any number of convenient amenities within their own building…

Prepare for Impact! – 18 May 2021

Hearing what is happening with the US economy post the pandemic, leaves us feeling a little less than comfortable. It is often said that when the United States sneezes, the rest of the world catches a cold. Best you start stocking up on tissues…

RESIDENTIAL BUILDING ACTIVITY EXPECTED TO RECOVER IN 2021 – 24 May 2021

StatsSA’s residential building numbers for 2021’s first quarter showed growth in units completed but growth in plans passed remained negative. A growth rate in building activity is still anticipated this year due to 2020’s low base but this may not necessarily mean a strong 2021 level of building…