Aston Bay road to be transformed

2019-03-21 06:02
Kouga Speaker Hattingh Bornman, ward councillor Sindiswa Makasi, Willie Oosthuizen of the Humansdorp Co-op, Vernon Heunis from the Marina Martinique Home Owners Association and Jacobus Scott from Pure Design Architects got the project underway this week. Photos:SUPPLIED

Kouga Speaker Hattingh Bornman, ward councillor Sindiswa Makasi, Willie Oosthuizen of the Humansdorp Co-op, Vernon Heunis from the Marina Martinique Home Owners Association and Jacobus Scott from Pure Design Architects got the project underway this week. Photos:SUPPLIED

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“TO top it off, we will be developing sports fields and a play park for children on the open stretches of land next to the road, with the fence providing a protective barrier,” he said.

He said the Humansdorp Co-op will further help to keep the area bordering the road clean and litter-free.

“We are very grateful to our partners in this project. It has the potential to make a major difference in the lives of the neighbouring communities and those who depend on the road to travel between Jeffreys Bay, Aston Bay and Paradise Beach.”

Bornman said a feasibility study was underway to determine whether it would be viable for the municipality to create an alternative road between J’Bay and Aston Bay by extending Duine Road to the Marina Martinique Road. “We are also looking at the possibility of opening up and extending Diaz Road to connect to Duine Road,” he said.

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