Training Pool Optimum Temperature…

Bacteria, algae and other organisms thrive under warm water conditions this is obviously harmful not just for athletes but the general public in a commercial swimming pool, for competitive/ training pools the water should be no higher than 28°C, for … Continue reading

New Water Tariffs & Level 4 Restrictions – NB!

The Level 4 Water Restrictions and new tariffs have been introduced from 1 July 2017 by the City of Cape Town Please carefully read the following two documents as these new tariffs and restrictions will impact your water account significantly … Continue reading

Energy Partners – Solar Energy Solutions already in use at Lifestyle Centre

Property 24 Article We are in winter and temperatures are dropping. Make sure your electricity bill also stay low. Start with these cool tips on how to save this winter from @energypartners High Tech Thinking Did you know that … Continue reading

From City of Cape Town – Reminder to Cut your water consumption

  Dear Resident, Cape Town’s overall dam levels are at the lowest level seen in recent years and the continuing drought crisis means that everyone needs to cut their water usage even further. We urgently request that you: only use … Continue reading

Water Meter Telemetry Project – Be aware of your water usage LIVE!

This project is proposed to install telemetry to all the municipal water meters in the estate (335 in total eventually). This system provides live data, will be able to be viewed by residents and owners with tenant, and after the … Continue reading

Water Crisis Information

The drought crisis in the Western Cape has reached a critical point. We need to adjust our behaviour as while we will eventually have the relief of rain, the trend is to water scarcity. Below is an aggregate graph of … Continue reading

Own an SME? Here are three tax perks of going solar.

In South Africa, we realise the importance of nurturing SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises): They play a vital role in developing our growing economy, creating much-needed jobs and driving innovation. At the same time, as the proverbial small fish in … Continue reading

Energy Partners : The REAL cost of Going off the Grid

Although we haven’t experienced loadshedding for some months, South Africans are still on guard against possible power cuts and the looming threat of grid failure. Recently, Eskom once again demonstrated their lack of planning when it came to light that … Continue reading

WebAfrica – FTTH as a service provider…

Introducing Webafrica One of South Africa’s leading Internet Service Providers (ISPs), Webafrica is a dynamic company offering comprehensive client-tailored Internet Access, Web Hosting and Web Design solutions. Just a stone throw away from the Cape Town CBD, Webafrica brings you … Continue reading

City of Cape Town – Service Requests

Dear Resident Like our “Helpdesk” ( which residents can use to log issues for action on the Estate, the City of Cape Town has a similar system for residents to individual log service requests. Both systems work on a basis … Continue reading

Fibre to the Home – When am I getting mine??

So we have had many questions about the Fibre to the Home (FTTH) actual roll out to your homes. Here is the basic plan as it stands: DUCTing Team A will start of Monday the 27th.March 2017 Section A,B,C will … Continue reading

Dog Parks & Doggie Do…

  Firstly…Dogs in Parks –   Dear Residents, In May 2016 Cllr Liz Brunette tabled a Motion in response to complaints from residents about dogs in greenbelts and parks that are off leashes and have attacked them, their children, or … Continue reading