Table View beach front is in a ‘deteriorating’ condition – residents

It is reported that the Table View residents are concerned about the deteriorating state of the beach front.

According to the Table View Residents Association, complaints to the local council have fallen on deaf ears.

The city doesn’t recognise that our beach front is an international tourist destination

Leon Alhadeff, Chairperson of Table View Residents Association

The beach has been ignored. Last year the city appointed 114 life guards, ours was the only beach in the Western Cape that didn’t get life guards.

Leon Alhadeff, Chairperson of Table View Residents Association

Listen to the full conversation on The John Maytham Show:

The city of CapeTown’s Belinda Walker, MAYCO: Community Services and Special Projects disputed allegations that the city is ignoring Table View beach front.

Looking at the beach that needs attention you would think the city is not doing anything. That is absolutely not true.

Belinda Walker, MAYCO: Community Services and Special Projects

An enormous amount of planning is going into the system as we speak

Belinda Walker, MAYCO: Community Services and Special Projects

Part of the problem is that we’ve got moving dunes ...

Belinda Walker, MAYCO: Community Services and Special Projects

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