Community development and land acquisition plan for Ebenhaeser and Papendorp (CDLAP) | Land Portal

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December 2013
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The key focus of this document is the settlement of the Ebenhaeser restitution claim in the Western Cape. This is guided by the Settlement Framework Agreement which was signed by the Community, the then Department of Land Affairs and the Commission on the Restitution of Land Rights in March 2005. 

The CDLAP has three main components:

  • The Institutional Arrangements - establishment of a Communal Property Association, Development Trust and associated management structures and systems;
  • The Land Acquisition, Use and Development Plan;
  • The Community Development Plan.

The report was prepared by Phuhlisani in association with Eco-Africa Consulting

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Eco-Africa consulting

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