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Tuesday Nov 01, 2016

Rent dispute shuts Umbilo library

Umbilo and Glenwood residents are up in arms over the closure of their local library - allegedly due to a rental dispute with the eThekwini Municipality's landlord.

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Economy's impact on office space bodes well

The impact of economic growth on office accommodation had resulted in a "positive move" that could gain momentum over the medium term, according to property services and investment firm Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL).

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Thursday Sep 22, 2016

Sapoa queries Public Works cap on office rents

Office property landlords are concerned by the government's continued restriction on the rental escalation rate in contracts secured with the Public Works Department, according to the SA Property Owners Association (Sapoa).

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Monday Aug 22, 2016

Holiday developers must quit KZN buffer zone

A holiday home development close to the iSimangaliso Wetland Park has four months to vacate and rehabilitate the land in the "buffer zone" around the protected area, the Pietermaritzburg High Court has ruled.

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Wednesday Jun 29, 2016

uShaka shops row over music

Tenants and the management at uShaka Marine World's Village Walk are at each other's throats over their music choices.

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Monday Jun 13, 2016

Sandton workers take advantage of electric bike initiative

Growthpoint Properties recently introduced the first electronic bike hubs to Sandton Central in a pilot project that pioneers an alternative mode of transport for South Africa's financial hub.

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Speed up EIAs, says new minister

A potential boost of R120 billion into the KwaZulu-Natal economy and creation of over 800 000 jobs. That's what is waiting to be unlocked for the province if Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) applications could be processed more quickly.

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Wednesday Jun 01, 2016

Court orders illegal Parkmore property to be partly demolished

In what is considered to be a major victory for property owners whose neighbours build illegally, the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) has ordered the partial demolition of a building in 11th Street, Parkmore.

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Tuesday May 03, 2016

'Developers not to blame' for over-supply of malls

Retail cannibalisation is a growing reality in South Africa and, until now, it has been all too easy to place the blame for this squarely at the feet of shopping centre developers.

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Malls 'secure places to socialise'

They may be cash-strapped, but for consumers in Gauteng shopping malls like the new Mall of Africa offer "new spaces of urban sociality", largely because of their tight security.

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