Another hurdle for R4bn Two Rivers Park development plan


The Department of Transport and Public Works said the River Club site has been protected by the National Heritage Resources Act’s general protections and by the Heritage Impact Assessment process undertaken by the Liesbeek Leisure Property Trust since February 2017. File photo: African News Agency (ANA) Archives.Cape Town – The R4 billion Two Rivers Urban Park development at the River Club in Observatory has hit another hurdle, with various groups vowing to bring an application to have the land declared a provincial heritage site.Observatory Civic Association member Tauriq Jenkins claimed the developer acccused a handful of Observatory residents of stalling the project, but they were still applying to declare the area a heritage site.