Miller’s Point is a unique environmental / recreational site on the False Bay coast. It has coastal and mountain fynbos, magnificent granite boulder-surrounded beaches, baboons and other wild animals, intertidal fauna and flora, – used to have abundant crayfish and other fish, has one of the few safe boat-launching sites in False Bay and is on one of the most popular scenic drives on the Peninsula. The land belongs to the City of Cape Town. Over the years it has been neglected, but the City is now proposing some “upgrades”. The Far South Peninsula Community Forum, (a grouping of all the Civic and Ratepayers Associations south of Silvermine) believe that it is essential to have public input before starting any upgrade or development process on this unique site. We believe that the first step in the process is to work with the community to develop a vision for this valuable site.
Thus we urge all interested people to participate in a meeting on 30 May.
PUBLIC MEETING TO DEVELOP A VISION FOR MILLER’S POINT
SIMON’S TOWN TOWN HALL
Wednesday, 30 May, 19h30 – 21h30
Simon’s Town Civic Association