His report enlarges on the draft policy and puts it into context.  Clearly, the City is moving towards much greater densities and growth of commercial buildings in our suburbs.  This will mean a growing need for infrastructure support, such as public transport, sewerage, water and electricity.  It is imperative that the resident associations are alive to the need to monitor and pressurise the City when necessary to ensure that proper provision is made for infrastructural development.  SAPRA will play its part.

A copy of his report can be found here.