Industrial land use in the Port Elizabeth/Uitenhage metropolitan region
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Published by University of Port Elizabeth, Institute for Planning Research in Port Elizabeth .
Written in English



  • South Africa,
  • Port Elizabeth.,
  • Uitenhage.


  • Industrial sites -- South Africa -- Port Elizabeth.,
  • Industrial sites -- South Africa -- Uitenhage.,
  • Land use -- South Africa -- Port Elizabeth.,
  • Land use -- South Africa -- Uitenhage.

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Edition Notes

Statementby Vera Renders and J. L. Oberholzer.
SeriesFact paper ; no. 32, Fact paper (University of Port Elizabeth. Institute for Planning Research) ;, no. 32.
ContributionsOberholzer, J. L., joint author.
LC ClassificationsHC517.S72 C418
The Physical Object
Pagination21 leaves :
Number of Pages21
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4181437M
ISBN 100869881590
LC Control Number80459337

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TOWARDS A NEW LAND USE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR THE NELSON MANDELA METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY Uitenhage, Despatch and Port Elizabeth, in , the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Municipality inherited twelve (12) different sets of zoning schemes. Business / CommercialFile Size: KB. A. PWV REGION. The reason for the development of this industrial region was the discovery of Gold that lead to people congregating in this area. This was called the gold rush. As a result the population grew and it lead to the rapid development and industrialisation of this area. Port Elizabeth Uitenhage Region. In the western region, and in line with strategic investment areas and industrial development zones, most of the major new manufacturing industry is proposed in the Port Elizabeth-Uitenhage area (Nelson Mandela Metropolitan), and new investment is to be targeted to the Coega IDZ. South Africa - South Africa - Urban settlement: Urban settlement in South Africa originated both as concentrations of population around the political centres of African chiefdoms and kingdoms and as towns established by European colonizers. For reasons of water availability and land-use patterns, Sotho-Tswana peoples of the interior generally lived in large settlements, the largest having tens.

Smelters and metal works were built to service car makers and automotive component manufacturers. Ford engines are built in Port Elizabeth and a wide range of makers of automotive glass, catalytic converters, vehicle tyres and other parts are found in Uitenhage, Port Elizabeth and at the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in East London. have a “knock-on” effect on the industrial fabric of the Port Elizabeth metropole, which will need to adapt to meet the challenges and growth opportunities offered. The Port Elizabeth, Uitenhage, Despatch area has recently been demarcated as a metropolitan council. Find all Industry related services in Port Elizabeth - from manufacturing to distribution and suppliers, services and contractors to all industries and industry sectors in Port Elizabeth. TYOKSVILLE, UITENHAGE. KwaNobuhle is a dormitory town situated some four kilometers south of Uitenhage, near Port Elizabeth, in the eastern Cape region (figure 1). By it had a predominantly black population of about , persons living on an .

Uitenhage is 35minutes drive from the Port Elizabeth International Airport and also served by the Metrorail line to Despatch and Port Elizabeth. Uitenhage has various primary and high schools and the use of a Provincial hospital, as well as the Netcare Cuyler hospital. Industries. Uitenhage is known for the large industries situated there. Durban, formerly Port Natal, largest city of KwaZulu-Natal province and chief seaport of South Africa, located on Natal Bay of the Indian an settlement began with a band of Cape Colony traders led by Francis G. Farewell, who charted the port in and named the site Port Natal. Land was ceded to the group by Shaka, the Zulu king (whose right to take that action is disputed), and. (3) South African citizens and permanent residents are advised to refrain from use of this form of travel until further notice. (4) The loading and off -loading of cargo in and out of commercial ports is permitted. Embarkation and disembarkation of persons at a South African sea port (Gazette of . Port Elizabeth or Nelson Mandela Bay (Xhosa: iBhayi, alternatively Gqebera; Afrikaans: Die Baai [di ˈbɑːi]) often known by its initials PE, and colloquially as “The Friendly City”or "The Windy City", is a major seaport city and most populous city in the Eastern Cape province of South Elizabeth is the seat of the Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality, South Africa's.