The Fish Hoek City Improvement District (FHCID) is working on improving the area to address some of the physical aspects and also to create a more welcoming space across ages, culture and races.
There is a perception that the area is home to elderly white retirees and that youngsters and people of colour are not welcome.
However, according to the latest crime statistics, Fish Hoek is the safest suburb in Cape Town to live in and has one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
Listen to the full conversation below:
Mike Wills (standing in for John Maytham) spoke to Lee-Anne McQueen, Marketing Manager for Fish Hoek Central Improvement District.
McQueen says that they have conducted a research projects around what people want in the town and have put together a couple of ideas. She says they’ve also put together a task team to drive the project forward.