Prestige Projects


Nuplan Africa was appointed by VDMV & Redefine Properties to obtain the development rights to establish a light industrial and mixed use business and office park on the property located between the R300, Bottelary Road and Cecil Morgan Drive. Together with the Brackengate 2 development, Nuplan Africa was also involved in the Stikland and Triangle developments, surrounding Brackengate 2, forming part of the greater Brackengate precinct.

Brackengate 2 is a model contemporary business and light industrial office park, designed according the latest urban planning and architectural principles to

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achieve maximum efficiency, security and comfort. With an extent of approximately 60ha, the site was designed as such to be able to accommodate and cater for a wide range of light industrial and mixed use developments. The combination of prominent exposure, excellent infrastructure/services and ease of access will ensure its position as an important hub of retail and industrial activity. Read Less

The Vlakkeland Housing development is a subsidised housing project by the Provincial Department of Human Settlements. This housing project was identified in the Drakenstein Human Settlement Plan (HSP) as one of the proposed pilot projects for housing development.

Nuplan Africa as part of the Jubilee Professional Resource Team was appointed by the Department to draft a Development Framework and conduct the necessary studies in order to obtain approval for township establishment.

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Vlakkeland is located in the Drakenstein Municipality to the south of Newton, which is a predominant residential area and east of Mbekweni, across Jan van Riebeeck Drive.

The development is a mixed use housing development consisting of subsidised, GAP and Social Housing and will provide approximately 2 500 residential opportunities. It also consists of the full spectrum of social facilities that is required to make this a fully functional and integrated human settlement.

The Brackengate precinct comprises of three individual land parcels next to the R300 namely Mainland (Brackengate 2), Stikland and Triangle. Read Less

The City of Cape Town acquired the subject properties for human settlement development in order to assist in alleviating the housing backlog of the municipality. Nuplan Africa together with a team of professionals were appointed to assess and evaluate the site and prepare a development proposal to enable human settlement development.

The objective with the project is the provision of residential stands suitable for subsidy and/or incremental housing as well as GAP housing. The full range of supporting non-residential facilities is also catered for.

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The subject property is located in the Kraaifontein area to the north of the newly constructed Buhrein Residential development and to the south of the proposed Garden City mixed use development.

The application to obtain development rights as well as the Environmental Authorisation application is currently still in process. The development is therefore only proposed at this stage. Read Less

The Transhex Mixed Use Housing development is a subsidy housing project by Provincial Department of Housing. Nuplan Africa as part of the Jubilee Professional Resource Team was appointed by the Department to draft a Development Framework and conduct the necessary studies in order to obtain approval for township establishment.

The development is located in Worcester, Breede Valley Municipality on the R60 adjacent to Zweletemba. The development was approved in 2016 and is currently being implemented.
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It consists of fully subsidised units, enhanced serviced sites, GAP housing, Social Housing and market related housing as well as the full range of community and educational facilities and commercial land to support the development.

The town planning layout is based on the following principles:
  • A range of different housing typologies and erf sizes;
  • A mix of residential densities;
  • Higher residential densities than the current norm, focusing on increasing the gross as well as net densities;
  • A pedestrian and public transport-friendly layout, which implies a grid like layout with short blocks which vary between 90m and 180m in order to make it cost effective in terms of engineering provision;
  • Clustering of social facilities in order to allow for sharing of facilities;
  • Integration with surrounding developments and alignment with higher order frameworks and plans.
  • Creation of small-scale job opportunities.

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Visuals by ARG Design - Urban Designers for the Wescape Project.

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This is an application to establish the pre-conditions to amending the Urban Edge, for a development that will set a new benchmark for Sustainable Urban Development in South Africa.

WesCape is a large scale development set to be implemented over 20 years, that will create thousands of jobs, provide thousands of houses and be home to almost a million people. It will link Atlantis to Cape Town via a high quality public transportation network, provide good quality education and health care for its residents, while simultaneously improving the degraded natural environment in which it will be located. It will enable the citizens of the City of Cape Town to achieve a higher quality of life that is currently almost out of reach.

The WesCape development concept is all about creating a compact urban form. Densities of around 65du/ha are proposed to create efficient walkable communities that support efficient public transportation systems and a mix of land uses that will ensure a limit to the amount of long trips residents will need to make.
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This development is a private golf and river residential estate located in Sasolburg on the banks of the Vaal River. The residential component is integrated with the 18-hole golf course and is located to make maximum use of the site topography in order to utilise views over the fairways and the river giving the development a pleasing visual approach.

Non-residential facilities are provided in support of the golf course and include a golf club house with club facilities, a pro-shop, restaurant, dressing rooms and parking.

The 18-hole golf course is a championship quality course approved by the South African Golf Association (SAGA), and was designed by the renowned golf course architect, Danie Obermeyr.

This development is located just outside of Robertson on the banks of the Bree River. It consist of an 18 hole Golf Course with residential stands overlooking the golf course, a River Lodge and Conference Facilities, private Caravan Park and a Day Visitors Park.
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Delft is situated approximately 50km from Cape Town via the N2 Freeway. The development forms part of the Integrated Human Settlement Planning Project consisting of 22 000 housing units including Delft Precinct 7 – 9, Delft Leiden, Boystown, Joe Slovo & Nu Rest. This project was an initiative of the National Department of Housing, Western Cape Department of Local Government and Housing and the City of Cape Town.

Delft 7 – 9 is a greenfield project aimed at accommodating the overflow of families from other areas. The project comprise a total of 4746 housing units ranging from single, semi-detached and row housing on erven of between 90m² to 109m². The development also includes non-residential uses with safe access for pedestrians to community facilities and public transport.

This was a turnkey project for the City of Cape Town to provide fully subsidized housing for 6320 families. The concept was based on residential precincts with no through traffic thus enhancing the safety of the residents, a hierarchy of open spaces, a variety of housing typologies with a gross density of 43du/ha, provisioning of community facilities within comfortable walking distance for the entire community as well as access to public transport facilities.

This is a mixed use development situated at De Plaat in Velddrif on the West Coast. The residential component of the development consist of single dwellings, group housing, town houses as well as a Retirement Village. Other facilities included in the development are retail facilities, a hotel, bed and breakfast accommodation, a bird tower with Environmental Information Centre and a Conservation Area.

The application for this aviation estate is currently in progress. The proposed development will be located south of Malmesbury in the Western Cape. The development will be a Live-in Flying Estate with Training Facilities, Hanger Space, Office and Conference Facilities, Recreational Amenities as well as Fuelling Facilities.

The concept of the Aviation Estate originated from the lack of proper facilities for the recreational and private pilots of the Western Cape. The few facilities available only offer airstrips with limited hanger capacity and are located in urban areas or in close proximity thereof, without long term security or potential for expansion. The proposed Aviation Estate will provide in proper landing, fuelling, maintenance, storage (hanger) and training facilities located close to the official training airspace at Voëlvlei Dam.