06 January 2014
The City of Cape
Town has confirmed that it has completed
rehousing of Valhalla Park fire
More than 1 500 people were
left homeless when a fire ripped through the area.
The city started a process of
registering the victims of the fire and comparing this with the City’s
database, cleaning the wreckage, leveling the area, pegging outs plots and
issuing building kits.
Mayoral Committee Member for Human
Settlement Tandeka Gqada said people have been placed on allocated sites and have
been provided with enhanced fire kit.
“In addition to that 200 portable
flushed toilets have been ordered for families who have expressed interests in
them and the electricity department will be re-installing the electricity
infrastructure very soon,” Gqada added.
Labels: City of Cape Town: Rehousing of fire victims of Valhalla Park completed