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Drought Crisis Info
Media Release:
Water map savings milestone reached for February
(22 March 2018)
Interactive learning inspires young minds to conserve water
(22 March 2018)
Statement by the City’s Executive Deputy Mayor, Alderman Ian Neilson
Let’s keep our water-saving focus, Team Cape Town

(20 March 2018)
Theft and vandalism compromise water security
(18 March 2018)
City steps up water conservation and demand management measures
(15 March 2018)
Statement by the City’s Executive Deputy Mayor, Alderman Ian Neilson World notes Cape Town’s efforts to beat the drought
(13 March 2018)
Water Disaster Plan
(Press briefing – 6 Feb 2018)

June 2018

Due to the increase of crime, mostly robberies on the public open space and along the Metrorail reserve, theft out of motor vehicle and burglaries, regular joint operations are held with the role players from the SA Police Service, Traffic Services, Law Enforcement, Metal Theft Unit (MTU), and various security teams from Fidelity ADT, GBS Security, Zonewatch, Prasa and Transnet.

An article was placed in the 25 April 2018 edition of the Tyger Burger.


Make sure when you leave your premises that your alarm system is activated and check regularly to see if it is in good working order. Also make sure your premises are secure and that there is effective lighting.

Do not leave valuable items inside your vehicle and make sure your vehicle is locked at all times.

Employees from the Triangle Farm area are still entering the area via the public open space leading to Uranium Street. Due to the robberies the CID installed a “warning” board on the gate in Uranium Street informing this is a “high crime area”. Please inform your employees to take an alternative route for their own safety.


The Triangle Industrial CID would like to make an urgent appeal to business owners to ensure that trucks do not park on the verge of the road and pavements illegally causing obstruction and damage to the City of Cape Town’s infrastructure.


Law Enforcement (Anti-Land Invasion) was awarded with the “CID Board Trophy” at the CID’s Annual General Meeting held in November 2017 for their excellent service and prompt response with the removal of illegal structures on the public open space and along the railway reserves.

An article was placed in the Tyger Burger on the 20 December 2017.

2. Cleansing

The Triangle Industrial CID’s Urban Cleansing service provider takes care of grass-cutting, de-weeding, sweeping of streets, etc.


Two sections of landscaping on the corner of Brug and Molecule Street was upgraded and completed in February 2018.

3. Root Pruning

A request was submitted to City Parks due to roots causing damage to the pavement in Uranium Street. The root pruning and removal of three trees were completed in August 2017.

4. Bollards

Due to vehicles entering and parking on the public open space at the entrance of Electron Street a request was submitted to City Parks to enclose the section with bollards.

This was completed in November 2017.

5. CID Signage Boards

The three CID signboards sponsored by Broll and API Property Group at the entrance of Triangle Farm in Brug, Electron and Peter Barlow Road was refurbished in February 2018.

6. Graffiti

Graffiti was noticed on exterior walls of business premises and on the vibracrete wall in Uranium Street.

The graffiti was removed by Law Enforcement in March 2018.

7. Water Leakages

The Triangle Industrial CID plays a vital role in the effort to save water.

Burst pipes and leaking water metres detected in the area are reported with utmost importance to the City of Cape Town who promptly respond to the leaks.

Water leak underground:


Contact the City via email to water@capetown.gov.za for queries or to report contraventions of the water restrictions (evidence should be provided to assist the City’s enforcement efforts) or senda SMS to 31373 or contact the Department of Water and Sanitation on 0800 200 200.

8. Illegal Dumping

The City spends around R350 million annually in its efforts to keep pace with the volumes of illegally dumped waste that appears across Cape Town.

Recently illegal dumping has been noticed in the Triangle Farm area.

The City has 24 waste drop-off sites across Cape Town.

Please see attached the drop-off sites:
> Drop-off Sites Operating Hours
> Dumping Drop-off Sites

Please report illegal dumping (if possible obtain registration number of vehicle) to the City’s Public Emergency Communication Centre (PECC) on 021- 480 700 from a cell phone or 107 from a landline or 086 010 3089.

9. Traffic Congestion

The Triangle Industrial CID submitted a request to SPO: Transport Network Development regarding the huge traffic congestion in Peter Barlow Road.

After an investigation was completed, the City of Cape Town recommended a slip road be built in Electron Street to assist vehicles exiting out of Electron Street, and a slip road on the left hand side in Peter Barlow Road at the intersection of Strand Street and Peter Barlow to ease the RHT movement delays.

Construction is in progress: Electron Street.

Construction in progress: Peter Barlow Road


The Triangle Industrial CID would like to thank all the businesses in Triangle Farm for their continuous support with the CID’s Recycling project.

Funds generated from this project are used for repairs and upliftment projects at Winsley Primary School in Bellville-South. In 2017 four chairs were purchased for the reception area at the school.

Also, a special thank you to the following companies for their donations:
Fibretek (Samantha Verhave): Books for school library
Watertite Guttering: Books
IWT: Furniture

Thank you to everyone for your support!

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 then entitled to attend, participate and vote at the members 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.

Please open the following link for the Membership Application Form:


Once the Membership application has been completed, please email to lynette@trianglefarmcid.co.za

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