The Municipality’s objective is to assess the feasibility of the establishment of a single working environment to improve community integration, efficiency and accessibility of services delivered to all its residents.
This notification serves to inform stakeholders of the Feasibility Study and provide them the opportunity to comment as part of the Public Participation Process. A Draft Feasibility Study Report will be available to the public and can be viewed at any one of the following places:
Stakeholders who would like to participate, receive future correspondence and project information and/or who would like to submit comment throughout the comment period are invited to register as an Interested &Affected Part (I&AP) for the duration of the period.
Only those parties that formally register by responding to this notice in writing and submitting their complete contact details (postal, email, phone and fax) and/or comments during the process will be kept up to date with the results of the process and be informed of documents available for public review.
Preliminary comments and registration requests can be submitted to:
The Project Officer
Mr. Omar Essa
Private Bag X1002, PLETTENBERG BAY,6600
For enquiries please contact Mr. Essa on 044 501 3269 during office hours
Closed for comments: Monday, 27 June 2016 @ 16h30
Notice No 100/2016Last updated: 24/10/2016
Notice is hereby given that Bitou Municipality has received the following application in terms of Section 15(2)(a), (d) & (e) of the Municipal Land Use Planning Bylaw (2015)
The application is available for inspection at the Municipal Town Planning Office (Monks View, Church Street, Plettenberg Bay) during normal office hours. Telephonic enquiries in this regard may be directed to the Town Planner, Ms Adél Stander, Bitou Municipality (Tel: 044 501 3321).
Any objections to the proposal should be lodged in writing to reach the undersigned (Municipal Manager, Bitou Municipality, Private Bag X1002, Plettenberg Bay, 6600 and/or be hand-delivered at the Municipal Offices, Sewell Street, Plettenberg Bay) by no later than 30 days from the publication of this notice.
Comments or objections received after the aforementioned closing date may be disregarded. A person who cannot read or write but wishes to comment on the proposals may visit the Department: Strategic Services (Town Planning Section) where a member of staff will assist them to formalize their comment.
Adv. LMR Ngoqo
Municipal Manager/ Munisipale Bestuurder
Bitou Local Municipality/ Bitou Plaaslike Munisipaliteit
Private Bag X1002/ Privaatsak X1002
PLETTENBERG BAY, 6600/ PLETTENBERGBAAI, 6600
BY-LAW RELATING TO THE RULES OF ORDER FOR THE CONDUCT OF MEETINGS OF THE COUNCIL OF BITOU LOCAL MUNICIPALITY
Under the provisions of section 156 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, the Bitou Local Municipality, enacts as follows: –
The Bitou Local Municipality (BLM) is required to develop an Integrated Waste Management Plan (IWMP) as per the requirements of the National Environmental Management Waste Act (59 of 2008) as amended (hereafter referred to as the Waste Act). The IWMP must be endorsed by the Department of Environmental Affairs and Development Planning (DEA&DP) and then incorporated into the municipal Integrated Development Plan (IDP).
In terms of the Municipal Systems Act, a municipality must give effect to the provisions of Section 152(1) and 153 of the Constitution and must:
GIBB Pty Ltd (hereafter referred to as GIBB) has been appointed for the revision of the Garden Route District Municipality (GRDM) IWMP and the IWMPs for the seven local municipalities in the GRDM, namely:
Closing date for public review: 08 November 2019Last updated: 18/10/2019