In November 2018, our director Rashiq Fataar travelled to Toronto to participate in the inaugural Future Cities Canada Summit.
Rashiq Fataar has a chat with the Infecting The City curator, Jay Pather about this year’s event and the lessons thus far.
Future Cape Town in February 2017 released its official position statement on the Draft Cycling Strategy by the City of Cape Town as part of the public participation process which ended on 21 February 2017.
The City of Cape Town has compiled a Draft Cycling Strategy for public comment.
Can a city be an inherently more healthy place?
Health, by the World Health Organisation definition, is “not merely the absence of disease or infirmity”, but “a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being”. Although often criticised, this definition is useful to broaden our perspectives and thinking on health – and urban planning.
Some things will happen, no matter what procedural process or policies they are required to go through. So why then, has the MyCiTi bus system once again fallen victim to postponements, which is prohibiting competition, stifling economic progress and denying the right to decent transport.
Future Cape Town welcomes the draft Tall Buildings Policy as put forward by the City of Cape Town, which aims to “provide guidance during the early phases of the design and planning process for tall buildings in Cape Town”.
Tall Buildings Week consists a series of articles and blog posts focussed on the draft Tall Buildings Policy put forward
Part 2: What could happen if we changed the status-quo? Tall Buildings Week consists a series of articles and blog
by Andres de Wet Part 1: The impact of the status-quo on Cape Town The Status Quo in Cape Town