Stellenbosch Land Use Planning By-Law 2023 828.35 KB 1938 downloads

Following a review and amendment process, Council approved on 24 May 2023 vide Item 11.8.1 the new updated Stellenbosch Municipal Land Use Planning By-law 2023. Please note that the By-law was promulgated on 9 June 2023 and will be effective from 1 July 2023. The present Bylaw (2015) will be automatically repealed and replaced with the new By-law (2023) on this date in accordance with Section 99. Please also note the applicable transitional arrangements as contained in Section 99 for any land use applications that may originate from the present By-law and will still be active when the new Bylaw comes into force.   ...

Consent Land Use Application Form for events (2022) 202.15 KB 741 downloads

PROCESSING OF CONSENT USE APPLICATIONS FOR EVENTS IN THE STELLENBOSCH MUNICIPAL AREA (WC024) In an effort to simplify the application process for consent use for events on agricultural zoned properties, the municipality has introduced an interim measure to expedite the application and approval processes for the upcoming festive season. Events of this nature has a positive contribution in the context of the Cape Winelands Tourism Sector in general and our local economy in particular. The Municipality therefore aims to make the application for consent use as simple as possible, while still adhering to the requirements as set out in the Stellenbosch Land Use Planning Bylaw (2015) and the Stellenbosch Zoning Scheme Bylaw (2019). The Consent Land Use Application Form is available for download here. The form must be completed by an applicant and submitted to the Planning and Economic Development...

Adam Tas Corridor - Local Spatial Development Framework 75.45 MB 6502 downloads

The municipality intends to adopt a Local Spatial Development Framework (LSDF) for the Adam Tas Corridor (ATC) precinct. The ATC precinct is Stellenbosch’s emerging urban transformation district and was identified as a catalytic project in the approved Stellenbosch Municipality (WC024) MSDF in November 2019. The vision for the precinct is to create an integrated urban development corridor that is liveable, safe, resource-efficient, socially integrated, economically inclusive, and globally competitive, in which all citizens can actively participate. The purpose of an ATC LSDF is to provide detailed spatial planning guidelines and proposals to meet specific land use planning needs and inform public and private investment initiatives by clearly indicating Stellenbosch Municipality’s future development vision for the designated local area. The LSDF informs and guides policy, development parameters...
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