The improvements to derelict infrastructure at the discussed Clovelly railway station on Erf No 90114, Clovelly including demolition of the seaside barrier and underlying brick wall has been authorised.
An appeal may be lodged against the decision in terms of the National Appeal Regulations (GN R993 of 08 December 2014). Should you wish to appeal the decision, you must submit an appeal to the appeal Minister in accordance with regulation 4, within 20 calendar days of the date of this notice.
Note that a copy of the appeal must also be submitted to the Applicant, registered I&APs and Organs of State with interest in the matter (these details can be obtained from Chand Environmental Consultants). A prescribed appeal application form as well as assistance regarding the appeal processes is obtainable from the office of the Minister at the following:
The appeal submission must be submitted, in writing, to the Minister's office by means of one of the following methods:
By post: Western Cape Ministry of Local Government, Environmental Affairs and Development Planning
The appeal submission must be accompanied by a statement setting out the grounds of appeal, supporting documentation which is referred to in the appeal submission, as well as a statement (including supporting documentation) by the appellant to confirm compliance with regulation 4(1).
The Applicant's details are as follows:
City of Cape Town