Monday, January 11, 2021

SBHOA 2020 AGM

Invitation to all Sunset Beach Property Owners:

TEST RUN on Wed – 13 Jan:

We will make ourselves available for (30 minutes) those who wish to log in to ZOOM to connect with us a day prior to the AGM.


This is for you:

- to ensure that your camera and microphone are working.  

- Test to see that you are being heard

- Test to see that you are able to ask questions.

- You may also just log in to see if you can see and hear me, and then you can hang up.  

- No talking is required, but I will be here to help you get your settings etc sorted.  Everyone is welcome.

It is just a PRE-MEETING platform for everyone to find their feet because on Thursday we will be starting at 18h00 sharp, with 15 minutes prior to log everyone in.


Everyone will be asked their name and property details for Meeting registration and voting purposes on Thursday.  The meeting will be recorded.

Anyone can join the meeting, but only SUNSET BEACH property owners will be able to participate and vote at the meeting on Thursday.

Join Zoom Meeting here:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85826131798?pwd=bGx0RVl4anJDNUJZQjNZRUJoVHQxdz09 

Meeting ID:  858 2613 1798 
Passcode:      AGMTEST 

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SBHOA Committee 😃

Read on: 

Tuesday, December 15, 2020

SBHOA BOARDWALK PROPOSAL

On 11 August 2020 SBHOA representing the community, presented a proposal to the City of CTown to please consider placing a boardwalk on the dune section of the beach.  We asked them to give us an understanding of the effect this could have on the biodiversity, as well as the community.

The City of Cape Town is in favour of the project, and will support Sunset Beach should we wish to fund part or all of the project.  

Should anyone wish to take this project further, you will need to fundraise, as well as get a clear understanding of the community's needs prior to going ahead with the project.

Thank you to the 70% who voted for this project, and also to the 30% who voted against it.  All the votes, comments and concerns have been noted, and can be found on the Sunset Beach Community page:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/sunsetbeach.capetown/permalink/3386233944753508

SBHOA have placed this project on hold until further notice.

Regards
SBHOA Committee





Monday, September 7, 2020

Sunset Beach Boardwalk Proposal

It has been decided that the Sunset Beach HOA will withdraw from this project.
We do not have sufficient back ground information to understand the environmental impact such a project will have, and if and when this information will come to light, we will consult with the entire community by means of a presentation and then make a decision based on the community feedback to go ahead or stop the project.  Further notice on this will be communicated to all.

Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Recycling Guide

 


Recycling guide

Recycling and composting are two of the best ways to reduce the amount of waste that is sent to landfills. These methods also reduce your carbon footprint and improve the environmental performance for businesses.

What to recycle

Monday, July 20, 2020

Bird Sightings in Sunset Beach can be recorded here

Many of the residents in Sunset Beach have grown extremely attached to the wildlife.  The birders are no exception.  It is for this reason that we have created a comprehensive list of South African Birds, which can now be ticked off when spotted.

Please complete the form below if you would like to assist in the contribution of building a Unique List of Birds who live in this area.

Wednesday, July 8, 2020

1 Ocean Way Objection for rezoning

CLICK HERE

to submit your objection.


1 Ocean Way - Application for rezoning

It has come to our attention that the above-mentioned property has re-applied for rezoning one year following our objection - on behalf of the community, on the following grounds:

Objections

Friday, June 5, 2020

The Noisy Red Ship


Pic Alex Aitkenhead
It is with great pleasure that we can confirm that the red vessel (Santa Clarawhich has kept many of us awake at night, has kindly agreed to shift to another anchorage.

We would like to thank our committee member, Mr. Andre Langeveldt for making the effort to contact the Ports' Harbour Master, Captain Alex Miya and initiate this favourable arrangement for our community.

Back Ground

Monday, June 1, 2020

Opening of reserves, conservation areas, parks and beaches under Level 3 remains uncertain



Where can we go (legally) under Level 3 in Cape Town?

There seems to be a misunderstanding by the Executive Mayor of what the Regulations say. 

While beaches and parks are closed and can only be opened if the Alert Level 3 regulations are changed, the question still remains in relation to Nature Reserves.

Werkmans Attorneys' Shane Krige says that the Media Statement fails to take into account the exception contained in Regulation 39(2)(g).   Regulation 39(2)(g) contains a specific exception that states that Nature Reserves are open for "such facilities and activities as envisaged in sub-regulation (3)." Sub-regulation 39(3) refers to "private self-drive excursion activities". 

In other words, Nature Reserves are open for activities that can be conducted as self-drive excursions. 

Monday, May 4, 2020

Finalists of the Funny Home Movie Clip competition


The Video With The Most Likes Will Win!

Each entrant now needs to make the most of their video and share it with their friends to see just how many LIKES they can generate on their video by Sunday 10 May 2020.  Start sharing and liking to support your favourite videos 


Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Entrance Beautification Project

SBHOA Committee would like to thank its members and sponsors for making this project a reality.

No allocation was made by the original developers to enhance and landscape the two entrances into Sunset Beach.  With two entrances leading into the suburb and the five beach parking areas, this quant neighbourhood has so much to offer.  In 2016 SBHOA committee members set aside funding from Vodacom, local sponsors, and volunteers to begin a very large project to improve the two entrances.

The aim was to create an entrance that is environmentally friendly and adds to the aesthetics of Sunset Beach.

Now that Phase One of this project is complete, Phase Two has now commenced.  SBHOA Committee would like to extend our thanks and appreciation to everyone who contributed and assisted in making this project a wonderful success.



Phase One

Early in 2018 the project started with the installation of a borehole pump and irrigation.