Date(s) - 14 Oct '21
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
The Greater Tygerberg Partnership (GTP) knows better than anyone the potential for future growth in Bellville, the second metropolitan node of the City of Cape Town. The GTP will unpack the investment case for Bellville at its annual virtual investment conference on the 14th of October 2021.
The conference will unpack the various sector assets that Bellville has to offer and the growing opportunities therein. For example, property values in Bellville have increased by 52.5% over the past decade.
This annual investor conference offers national, regional and international investors, as well as developers, asset managers and local businesses, the opportunity to learn about the new and upcoming growth potential of Bellville and surrounds. The conference offers an opportunity for local and potential business and property owners to hear about what is planned and available for Bellville directly from development and planning experts.
Event speakers include Warren Hewitt, CEO of the GTP who will be unpacking the investment case for Bellville and David Downey, President and CEO of International Downtown Association, explaining the significance of complete cities, and Geordin Hill-Lewis, the DA Mayoral Candidate for Cape Town, discussing what makes cities work. A panel of experts will discuss and field questions on the core theme: What does Bellville’s sustainable future look like? Additionally, the City’s MAYCO members will also be addressing the conference, further enhancing the commitment to the re-establishment of Bellville as a critical node for the metropole.
Conference partners and sponsors include:
- TUHF, a specialised commercial property financing company that finances property investors exclusively in inner cities.
- City of Cape Town.
- Devmark Property Group, developers of the R2bn Galleria development in Tyger Valley, and affordable accommodation developments in Bellville South.
- DHK Architects, a multi-disciplinary design studio incorporating architecture, urban design, landscape architecture and interior design.
- The University of the Western Cape, which has been located in Bellville since its establishment sixty years ago, and which has been implementing a phased expansion of its campus buildings in the Bellville CBD.
Event delegates will be able to interact with live and on-demand content, network with other attendees, exhibitors, speakers and contributing partners, and gather invaluable data and information about opportunities for development and regeneration in Bellville.