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Shaping development

Beyers Strydom and Christopher Hinks are Heartland Properties’ project managers at Somerset West and Modderfontein respectively. In 2008, both focused on infrastructure projects that will facilitate future developments at their sites.

Beyers Strydom (left) and Christopher Hinks.

Commenting on Somerset West, Beyers says:

“Part of the Precinct 1 project, in the historic part of the site that includes buildings designed by Sir Herbert Baker, is a new entrance to the property that will play a key role in the future development of the area. The Precinct has set the tone in terms of infrastructure quality and densities for office and residential developments opposite the highly successful Somerset Mall.”

Christopher Hinks says:

“In Gauteng, the PWV3 frontage roads project comprises a 2,5 km dual carriage way link between London Road and the R25 Modderfontein Road. It is an important east/west connection through the Modderfontein area, and will alleviate congestion at the existing R25, N3 and Van Riebeeck Road intersections. It is expected to be completed in April 2009 and will also offer alternative access to the N3 from Longmeadow Business Estate, further enhancing the Estate’s desirability.”