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TDA is responsible for parts of the City of Cape Town’s housing mandate. There is a growing appreciation of the need for well-located housing, close to public transport, jobs, schools and other facilities.  With its Transit Oriented Development Strategic Framework, TDA brings together transport, housing and urban development to improve the quality of life of Capetonians and reduce the time and cost of travel.

AFFORDABLE HOUSING: WOODSTOCK AND SALT RIVER PRECINCT

The City of Cape Town is committed to ensuring the development of affordable housing for its citizens, that is well-located, close to public transport networks, and easily accessible to job opportunities. As a result of this strategic approach, the City of Cape Town has embarked on a Prospectus and RFP process with the intent to facilitate development of mixed-income, mixed-use affordable housing in the Woodstock, Salt River, and Zonnebloem areas. This is an exciting opportunity for bidders together with Social Housing Institutions (SHIs) to innovate and contribute towards the City of Cape Town’s vision of integrated, liveable, and well-located human settlements

HOUSING APPLICATION SERVICES AND GENERAL ENQUIRIES

HOUSING HOTLINE TELEPHONE: 021 444 0333

EMAIL: housing.db@capetown.gov.za

WALK-IN CENTRES: (Mon-Fri, 07:30 - 13:00)

  • 50 Wale Street Walk-in Centre, 50 Wale Street, Cape Town.
  • Housing Information Kiosk, 2nd floor, concourse level (cash hall), Cape Town Civic Centre, 12 Hertzog Boulevard, Cape Town.

If you would like to apply for a Council housing opportunity or update your information, you can also do so at one of the City's housing offices.

HOUSING DATABASE:
Register online: https://web1.capetown.gov.za/web1/HWL2012Online/
SMS: Check your waiting list status on the Housing Database by sending your ID number followed by your Surname to 44108 (e.g. 7102146587089 Smith)