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How to stay safe in the city at night
9 Jun 2015
When it comes to your personal safety in a busy urban area, a little knowledge goes a long way. So says the Cape Town Central City Improvement District (CCID), an organisation with 15 years’ experience in securing the Cape Town CBD.
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CCID hosts third annual business breakfast
5 Jun 2015
Much has been written in the media over the past year about the success of the Cape Town CBD, according to Rob Kane, chairperson of the Cape Town Central City Improvement District (CCID). “So much so,” says Kane, “that we’re being touted as an ‘overnight success story’.”
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Touchstone House to be completed in October 2015
28 May 2015
Touchstone House has topped out at 15 floors above Bree Street, according to Craig Armstrong, regional director of developer FWJK. Completion by the contractors, Stabilid, will follow in October 2015.
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Cape Town CBD residents turn to hotels as a lifestyle option
10 May 2015
Along with the usual sectional title residential living that has blossomed in apartment blocks in the Cape Town CBD over the past two years, another type of residential is fast becoming a favourite lifestyle choice.
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Meeting the downtown demand for the right kind of residential
6 May 2015
With the recent steep update of residential units in the Cape Town CBD, the question now is how to meet the demand for new units while meeting the pockets of the new urban dwellers.
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CCID AGM highlights business opportunities in the Cape Town CBD
11 Nov 2014
Retail business in the Cape Town CBD is reporting a steady stabilisation in terms of confidence and economic performances, with the rates of those reporting declines in activity dropping.
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MyCiTi service links passengers with Table Mountain
25 Sep 2014
The MyCiTi Table Mountain service (route 110) was introduced to provide a high quality public transport service to Table Mountain and the surrounding area, and secondly to improve public access to this great tourist attraction.
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City libraries launch a first in Africa: mobile Encyclopaedia Britannica access
5 Aug 2014
The City’s Library and Information Services department will spend approximately R2 million on the renewal of the Encyclopaedia Britannica online licence, which now also includes access to the service on all internet-enabled mobile and smart devices.
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Revised traffic congestion alleviation plan
31 Jul 2014
The City’s Transport for Cape Town (TCT) division is undertaking a major project to review and improve traffic signal timing at the 110 intersections in the Cape Town CBD. In addition, exclusive pedestrian signal control will be introduced to enhance pedestrian safety.
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From homelessness to self-sufficiency is the aim
7 Jul 2015
The Cape winter can be merciless for even the toughest Capetonians, but for people living on the streets, it makes their daily battle even more of a challenge.
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