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Tuesday Apr 10, 2012

Court battle over 'illegal' South Coast homes

Three plush new holiday homes on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast were facing demolition because, the local authority alleged, their owners had cocked a snook at the law, not having submitted plans and ignoring all "stop construction" notices.

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Durban property owners reel at tariff hikes

Durbanites who feel they are getting poorer by the year are right. The latest proposed tariff increases for the 2012/2013 year have already got ethekwini residents in a spin and, in light of the discontinuation of the free basic water allowance, they are being urged to attend public hearings into the proposed increases.

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Global slowdown still depressing property prices and banks 'have to remain cautious'

Many people are looking for signs of an upturn or, at least, for an authoritative analysis of trends, according to Dianne Brock, manager of the Western Cape Institute of Estate Agents of SA (IEASA).

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Unhappiness after man flattens dune

A Sedgefield homeowner has been reported to the Green Scorpions for flattening a sand dune in the upmarket suburb of Myoli Beach, allegedly to improve his ocean view.

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Advanced eco village under construction outside PE

Construction has started on what the developers say will be SA's first completely self-sustainable farm village, near Van Staden's bridge outside Port Elizabeth.

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'Friendly' talks on Plettenberg Bay restaurant's future

Bitou municipality has called for proposals regarding the future use, control and management of Plettenberg Bay's iconic Lookout Deck restaurant, after the controversial Western Cape High Court ruling last year in favour of incumbent Chris Stroebel, which overturned a decision to award the lease to a rival bidder.

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