The electronic version is now available for download, enjoy! Apologies for the delay.
Area Last Seen: On Friday, 21st August in Twickenham Way, Edgemead
Brief Description: Brownish/yellowish Tabby cat. No name tag.
Additional: This is my second cat that disappeared in a period of 2 months. My first one was a greyish Tabby called by the named Junior. She also appears on this photo.
Contact Name and Number: Deliah 0734407248
The electronic version is now available for download, enjoy!
Just a quick update to say thank you to those who took the time out to sign an objection letter. The ERA submitted just over 1500 letters on behalf of residents. These have been acknowledged as received and will be submitted with the EIA report.
We have a received a request from SRK for those that have signed an objection letter to please follow-up in email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. In terms of the EIA Regulations, they are required to register any person who submits comment on the project database. Those registered will be notified of, for example, the availability of the Final EIA Report. Ideally, this is best done via email rather than post. This does not affect the status of your submission, but will make future communication with you much easier.
Just a quick word of thanks for the support from Edgemead and surrounding residents. We have so far submitted just over 900 objection letters on your behalf. We will keep submitting letters up to the closing date. We have been told by SRK that everything they have in their mailboxes upon arrival at work on Tuesday morning the 26th will be considered.
To make things easier for those who wish to object to the runway re-alignment and the proposed flight path changes that will see planes flying over Edgemead and Bothasig, we have compiled a short objection letter. You are free to submit this letter verbatim or edit it as you see fit. Objections need to be sent to email@example.com by no later than the 25th of May. You are welcome to CC firstname.lastname@example.org.
To assist those that don’t have access to internet or email we will have printed copies at the Edgemead Shopping centre on Sunday 17 May from 10am.
You can download the letter here: Runway Realignment Objection Letter
Additionally you can also download this informative article on noise pollution which is referenced in our letter: Noise Pollution A Modern Plague
We have received last minute notice that the venue has moved to the Edgemead / Monte Vista Community Hall, Edgemead Drive. Date remains unchanged at 13 May. You can visit any time from 15:00 to 19:00.
There are some very real consequences to a new runway and flight path directly over Edgeamead and Bothasig.
• Dramatic increase in noise directly above you
• Passenger flights from 05:45 to 00:15
• Cargo flights at 02:00, 03:15 and 04:00
• Increase from 25 to 44 flights per hour
• Larger aircraft
• Potential negative effect on property value
• Air quality: Increased atmospheric emissions
• Increased noise exposure can affect your sleep patterns and overall well-being
Be sure to make time to attend the public meeting on the 13th of May and submit your comments to the contacts listed on the SRK website.
As should hopefully already be aware that Cape Town International Airport is undertaking a runway re-alignment project. An environmental impact assessment has started which necessitates public participation. A key portion of the re-alignment project are the proposed new flight paths which could see many more airplanes travelling over Edgemead resulting in a lot more noise pollution. It is important that you make your voice heard and either suggest alternative routes such as further South West over Montague Gardens and Killarney Gardens or query why existing paths cannot be maintained.
There is an open day at Bothasig Hall, Link Road, Bothasig on 13 May 2015, 15:00 – 19:00. Please make the time to attend.
More information can be found on the SRK website. You should consult the documents under Appendix 6C – Noise Study and Appendix 6E – Noise Review.