Urban renewal, spatial planning and conservation at annual general meeting

Urban renewal, spatial planning and conservation are themes that will be highlighted at the Heritage Foundation’s annual general meeting on 12 May at 17:30 for 18:00 in the Stellenbosch University Museum in Ryneveld Street.

Urban renewal, spatial planning and conservation are themes that will be highlighted at the Heritage Foundation’s annual general meeting on 12 May at 17:30 for 18:00 in the Stellenbosch University Museum (Sasol Art Gallery) in Ryneveld Street.

Professor Henri Comrie and Master’s students from the School for Urban Design at the University of Cape Town will  summarise and present suggestions and conclusions from workshops at the conference of the Institute for Urban Design SA, in a submission at the annual general meeting.The presentation on Jonkershoek; the Rhenish complex and Church Street; and Khayamandi will be supplemented with a submission of the planned new spatial development framework for Stellenbosch and feedback on the heritage survey of the Stellenbosch town centre.

The presentation on Jonkershoek; the Rhenish complex and Church Street; and Khayamandi will be supplemented with a submission of the planned new spatial development framework for Stellenbosch and feedback on the heritage survey of the Stellenbosch town centre.

Remember the date:  12 May, 17:30 Stellenbosch University Museum, Ryneveld Street