Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Hout Bay Residents Association prepared to go to court

Mluleki Mrwebi
29 February 2012

The Hout Bay Residents Association today said the only way to stop the construction of the controversial Chapman’s Peak tolls was to go to court.

Association officials said that they will apply for a court interdict to stop the building of the toll plaza and office complex.

Last week construction started despite public protests at the proposed site.

The association’s Len Swimmer said that they have no other option but to press ahead with legal action.

Swimmer reiterated that nothing should be built on Chapman’s
Peak Drive, which is a World Heritage Site.



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