“The primary purpose of BBID is to maintain and enhance the social and physical environments within our area by providing top-up services above those that a local authority can provide”
EMERGENCY 24 HOUR NUMBER: 021 11 00 355
To become a member of BBID , please register.
Resolutions on an AGM can only be voted on by bona fide members of the BBID. This membership is available free of charge to all property owners of commercial and industrial property within the footprint of the BBID.
“Membership is open to all the property owners who are encouraged to apply for membership so that they exercise their rights to influence the business of the CID. Membership cannot be denied and the property owner is entitled to attend, participate and vote at the Company meetings held under the auspices of the Companies Act.
Should a member be unable to attend they may give another individual their proxy to attend and vote on their behalf. Non-members may attend and participate but cannot vote and as such may thus have limited influence on the CID activities.”
To register, download the application form here for individuals or here for companies. Complete the form, save it and upload it in the Database form in the Database tab or email it to email@example.com. If you are not able to attend the meeting in person, please download the proxy form and complete in order to appoint someone to attend on our behalf.
It is of importantant to have contact with all the stakeholders within the BBID area. It does not matter whether you are a property owner or a business owner renting premises from your landlord, we need your input.
The NPC board of directors:
- Hennie Fritz – Chairman
- Koos Van der Merwe – Director
- Abrie de Klerk – Director
BBID manager – Cassie van Zyl
Do you have street street lights that are our, pot holes in your street, dumping and vagrant issues, etc?
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CITY OF CAPE TOWN
13 MARCH 2018
STATEMENT BY THE CITY’S EXECUTIVE DEPUTY MAYOR, ALDERMAN IAN NEILSON
World notes Cape Town’s efforts to beat the drought
The City of Cape Town and its residents have achieved a new water usage milestone. As at Monday 12 March 2018, we used 511 million litres as a city, nudging us ever-closer to the target of 450 million litres per day which is required to help stretch our water supplies in the face of unpredictable climatic conditions. Read more below:
Our commendable water usage is increasingly recognised as a phenomenal achievement across the world. Thanks to this effort our dam levels are declining at a lower weekly rate. This is helping us to preserve our dwindling water resources. Dams supplying the City have declined by 0,6% to 23%. Please see our latest water dashboard (http://coct.co/water-dashboard/).
Although the potential for Day Zero has been moved to next year, the drought is still very real and the associated threat to water supply remains a reality.
We therefore welcome today’s decision by the National Government to declare a national state of disaster as a result of the drought.
As a City we are still required by the National Government to reduce water usage to 450 million litres per day. Judging from the mind-blowing achievements of our water users thus far, I am confident that we can get our water usage down further.
Just months ago we were, at times, labelled by international media and commentators as one of the first large cities in the world to possibly run out of water. However, this narrative is changing as the world sees what Team Cape Town has achieved thus far.
Not only have we fought back to avert an unprecedented crisis, we are also setting the benchmarks for water saving across the globe. We have more than halved our water usage in the past two years, and our usage per person is now among the lowest in the world for a metropolitan area.
We have reached 511 million litres per day through sheer water-saving determination; through initiatives such as advanced pressure management; the installation of almost 37 500 water management devices at the properties of high water users; our unrelenting communication efforts; and proactively implementing advanced water restrictions and associated tariffs to help change behaviour.
It is important that we keep our focus. Our efforts should not be derailed by groups who try to sway public opinion through misinformation for their own narrow interests.
Let’s keep saving, Team Cape Town.
Water myth busting:
Day Zero/the water crisis is/was a myth
Level 6 restrictions and tariffs are no longer needed because Day Zero has moved out.
City is acting illegally with the installation of Water Management Devices for high water users
Please visit www.capetown.gov/thinkwater for all water-related information, including Level 6B restrictions and FAQs about Day Zero as well as tips to lower usage even further.
Also visit www.capetown.gov.za/watermap to see if your household is painting the city green to avoid Day Zero.
Issued by: Media Office, City of Cape Town
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Cleaning up the area at:
- the station area opposite Cashbuild
- the area opposite BokRadio in Frans Conradie Ave
- the area behind the Hypermarket
A Crime free city
Superb cleaning and maintenance
Additional security and police control
CCTV cameras at hot spots
CHILD BEGGING IS CHILD LABOUR!!
Begging keeps children out of school, encourage substance abuse and makes children vulnerable to exploitation, trafficking and abuse.
Begging offers children NO HOPE and no future.
The Western Cape has a comprehensive set of statutory and support services for children in need of care and protection.
If you love Brackenfell as much as we do, you will want to get involved in helping us to make Brackenfell a better place to stay, work and play.
Attention Business Owners
Are your CCTV cameras up to standard?
During a recent meeting with SAPS it was emphasised again how important it is to have high quality CCTV cameras on your premises. It is of no use having video material where you are not able to identify criminals. Please make sure your CCTV cameras are in good working order and of the highest quality you can afford.