R6.5 MILLION REHAB FOR CAPE TOWN BEACH UNDERWAY AHEAD OF SUMMER HOLIDAYS

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CAPE TOWN – A budget of R6.5 milion has been approved to rehabilitate the stormed-ravaged Big Bay beachfront in time for the summer holidays.

Report on Tabletalk has it that Sub-council 1 chairwoman Cynthia Clayton told last week’s meeting, in the Royal Ascot chambers, that rehabilitation was progressing well.

The beach was closed after eroded dunes collapsed, following a violent storm two months ago (TRAFFIC: DUNE COLLAPSE CLOSES BLOUBERG BEACH, INJURES CITY OFFICIAL  (ExpressCapetown) back in June.

Ward 23 councilor Nora Grose said she would be watching the project with a “hawk’s eye” to ensure that everything went according to plan.

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