More than nine major learning institutions operate in Bellville and the Greater Tygerberg area. These include the University of the Western Cape, Stellenbosch University Business School (located in Tyger Valley),
Breaking ground with the City of Cape Town Ward Councillor for Bellville, Jackie Visser, Warren Hewitt, Chief Executive Officer of the GTP, said: “We’re delighted to see the first soil
This opinion piece was first published on the Daily Maverick site. METROPOLIS THE CITY OF THE 21ST CENTURY IS A CITY IN PERPETUAL MOTION. Gridlocked megalopolises—their time has come. The
The first ever the Greater Tygerberg Partnership (GTP) Trail Run took place in the Bellville greenbelt on Sunday 9 December. A small group of pioneering runners gathered to experience the
To close off the year, the ever-popular Bellville Market returns again on 15 December, this time in the beautifully refurbished Elizabeth Park — Bellville’s green lung, and a picturesque public
As part of the Open Streets programme, the community’s favourite market, the Bellville Market returns to the Teddington Walkway in Bellville CBD on 25 November from 9.00am to 2.00pm.
Experience the Bellville CBD as you’ve never seen it before, when the hugely popular Open Streets Day returns to Bellville for the third time on 25 November.
You can get involved by dropping off your donations at any of the following collections points: Bellville Library, DF Malan High School, Spar Bellville, Die Handelshuis, VW Volkswagen Parow, OK Oakdale, The Settlers High School and the GTP office at Bellpark Building, Corner De Lange and Durban Road, Bellville.
Don’t miss out on the first ever urban trail run which connects different parts of the old Bellville CBD to the newer centre at TygerValley, exposing a beautiful hidden trail through the greenbelt. The GTP Urban Trail Run on 9 December 2018 will be the first event on what will be a permanent link between the newly upgraded Jack Muller Park and Elizabeth Park and Willowbridge.
As the year approaches the close, we are looking back on a significant year for the GTP while looking forward to an exciting year ahead in 2019. There have been