Plans are afoot to invest R15 billion into a project to develop the underutilised area of Cape Town’s Foreshore into an extremely desirable mixed-use precinct that will also allow for public gardens and the development of pedestrian routes geared to open up walkways from the city all the way into Woodstock.
Chryso and a.b.e Construction Chemicals generously agreed to be part of this project. Michelle Fick, Chryso, a.b.e. Executive Relationship and Project Manager explained: “When Daniel van der Merwe of Leaf Architects and Landscapers recommended Chryso and a.b.e Construction Chemicals to get involved in the restoration of the Owl House, we were thrilled to be part of this project. It is currently rated as one of the top tourist destinations in the Eastern Cape and was declared a National Heritage Site
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