From: [email protected]
Subject: DKOA: Proposed Development on Portions 81 - 83 of the Farm Doornkloof
Date: 21 January 2008 4:23:37 PM
To: [email protected]
Cc: [email protected]
Proposed Development on Portions 81 - 83 of the Farm Doornkloof 391 JR
Eco Consult Inc. Public Notice
Please see e-mail and images copied below.
The proposed development comprises a total of approximately 400 residential Units.
We have asked the Doornkloof Owners Association (DKOA) be registered as an Interested and Affected Party (I&AP).
For more information please contact:
Eco Consult Inc
JC Van Rooyen 012-807-5815
David Larsen - Salbu
Secretary: Doornkloof Owners Association (DKOA)
For more information see URL: http://www.salbu.co.za/dkoa
PS: PLEASE PASS THIS MESSAGE ON TO THREE NEIGHBOURS
AND ASK THEM TO DO THE SAME
Fax : +27-86-689-5220 OR +27-88-011-316-1393
Post: Private Bag X2352 Wingate Park, 0153, South Africa.
GAUTENG REF NO: 002/07-08/N0983
14 January 2008
Eco Consult Inc wrote:
To whom it may concern:
BACKGROUND INFORMATION DOCUMENT REGARDING :
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (EIA) PROCEDURE FOR THE PROPOSED
TOWNSHIP ESTABLISHMENT ON THE REMAINDER OF THE FARM DOORNKLOOF
391 JR, ON THE BORDER OF THE KUNGWINI & TSHWANE DISTRICTS, GAUTENG.
Eco Consult Inc. - Landscape Architects and Environmental Consultants
have been appointed by the developer (Skai Developments Pty (Ltd)) as
the Environmental Assessment Practitioners (EAP) to conduct an
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and to compile an Environmental
Scoping Report and Environmental Impact Assessment Report for the
proposed residential township establishment on Portions 81 - 83 of the
farm Doornkloof 391 JR, Pretoria, Gauteng.
The Developer is required under the current National Environmental
Management Act, 1998 (Act No. 107 of 1998), as amended, and the
Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations of the 21st of April 2006
as set out in Regulations R. 385, R386 and R387 of the National
Environmental Management Act, 1998 (Act No. 107 of 1998) to follow the
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process and submit a scoping and
EIA report to the Gauteng Provincial Government Department of
Agriculture, Conservation and Environment (GDACE) for their approval.
This legislation stipulates under Regulation 387 Section 24 2(a) and
(d) that certain scheduled activities (activity 2), including
associated structures and infrastructure, where the total area of the
development area is, or is intended to be, 20 ha. or more, requires the
EIA process to be followed.
One of the most critical stages of the EIA process presents itself in
the consultation with all the relevant Interested and Affected Parties
(I&AP’s) in order to gather issues, concerns and suggestions
regarding the proposed development. I&APs include persons that are
influenced directly by the project i.e. existing residents and
neighbours as well as social groups and furthermore also indirectly
affected I&AP’s i.e. those persons representing the various local
and provincial governmental authorities.
We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to read the
background information on the proposed development and to participate
in the EIA process by submitting your issues, concerns and any positive
or negative comments. By law I&AP’s must do this in writing in
order to be formally registered as an I&AP’s in terms of this
development. Details of the environmental practitioner are provided
DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPOSED ACTIVITY
The property covers an area of approximately 37.7997 hectares and is
situated between Game Reserve Drive and Sterkfontein Avenue directly to
the west of the Rietvlei Nature Reserve and east of the R21 highway.
The development will gain access from 24th East street.
The proposed township development will include the following:
Single Residential Housing (Res 1) 173 erven
Clustered Housing (Res
6 erven (@ 21.5 units/ha average)
High rise flats (Res
4 erven (@ 60 units/ha average)
Community facilities which will include a tennis court, social lapa,
swimming pool, a clubhouse and private open space for parks. 10 erven
Paved walkways throughout the development for residents to walk through the estate. 2 erven
A buffer area bordering Rietvlei Nature Reserve with wet detention ponds to aid in
storm water management. 1 erf
Services including water and electricity supply sewerage, storm water
and traffic engineering will be designed and constructed according to
recognized engineering standards and these services will be upgraded
where possible to absorb the requirements of the new development
without impacting the service delivery to the surrounding properties
detrimentally. Detailed services reports will be developed by the
relevant qualified engineers and submitted to the authorities for
compliance authorization before the proposed development is authorized
Please contact the environmental assessment practitioner to obtain any further information.
JC Van Rooyen
GAUTENG REF NO: 002/07-08/N0983
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