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MyCiTi services

MyCiTi services launch on Saturday, 15 February, linking central Cape Town with Hout Bay via Main Road in Sea Point. Commuters must get their myconnect cards to use these new services.Both routes run from Civic Centre station in the city centre along Main Road through Green Point and Sea Point, Clifton and Camps Bay and on to Llandudno and Hout...

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llandudnoLlandudno is a unique community driven residential suburb nestled between the Twelve Apostle Mountain range, Little Lion's Head and Karbonkelberg and the Atlantic Ocean with a beach esteemed by surfers and sunbathers. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Key to the protection of our property values is the need to maintain and enforce a strict code of building regulations to ensure we remain a single residential family oriented suburb.

 

Our Website

 

www.llandudno.org.za is a site dedicated to serve the interest of the  Llandudno community.  The Llandudno Civic Association is an Association not for Gain and the property owners within Llandudno democratically elect its board.

 

The purpose of the LCA

 

The purpose of the LCA is to protect the quality lifestyle, the unique character and property values that makes Llandudno a sought after destination.

The LCA is the only civic body representing the property the owners and residents of Llandudno.

 

AGM and Constitution

 

Minutes LCA AGM 24 January 2013 V1.0.pdf

Constitution of the Llandudno Civic Association.pdf
 

 

The LCA has several areas of activity – some key areas are:

Security:

Llandudno is one of the safest areas on the Peninsula largely due to proactive management by the LCA of the protection services provided by ADT, the SAPS and good communication with residents.

The Llandudno Protection services are funded by residents through individual contracts with ADT. If you are not yet a contracted customer of ADT we urge you to sign up with ADT as soon as possible by calling 086 12 12 300.


Building and Town Planning:

To help protect and improve the very important building character of Llandudno, the LCA closely monitors building and town planning activity and liases both with residents and the municipality on the adherence of regulations.

If you intend serious alterations or building it is recommended using an architect who is familiar with and has a good reputation in Llandudno.


Environment:

Llandudno is blessed with wonderful nature reserves and coastline on all sides as well as multiple walkways, public spaces and the best beach in Capetown. It is so important to preserve and improve the Llandudno environment in the face of the many challenges of today's world.

The LCA interacts with the City of Cape Town (COCT) Local Government Services and SANParks as well as residents and others to help preserve the environment.
To be effective in its objectives, the LCA needs participation of residents and property owners.

Please provide us with your contact address, erf number, telephones and e-mail to ensure you are kept informed.