Just like the region surrounding the Dube Tradeport, which is also under development by Tongaat Hulett, Ntshongweni offers vast opportunities for expansive development in various sectors and is well situated on the trade route and logistics corridor linking KwaZulu-Natal to Gauteng.
The area is also highly sought after for residences and retirement, given its cooler climate and rich natural surroundings.
Points of interest:
- Located 35km West of Durban
- Along the M13 freeway, that links to the industrial area of Pinetown.
- Adjacent to the N3 national highway linking Durban to Johannesburg.
- High-intensity urban mixed-use
- Part of the government’s “Strategic Integrated Project” initiative and thus offers significant new investment opportunities around logistics, industrial, regional retail, commercial and residential uses – SIP 2 Logistics Corridor.
To take advantage of this exceptional investment opportunity and for more detailed information on Durban’s most integrated and exciting development node, please contact Soo Meyer at Tongaat Hulett Developments (Pty) Ltd:
Permanent jobs created for Cornubia residents
Date: 10 April 2019
ETHEKWINI Mayor Zandile Gumede has heaped praise on the new Makro store in Cornubia, saying it has contributed to the creation of employment both during and after construction. The store provided over 400 permanent job opportunities while over 600 people were employed during construction. Speaking during the official opening on 27 March, Mayor Gumede said […]Read More
Mount Edgecombe Retirement Village has opened its doors
Date: 8 April 2019
DURBAN – The Mount Edgecombe Care Centre at Mount Edgecombe Retirement Village has officially opened its doors. Part of the guarantee to owners, by the developers, Collins Residential, was that the care centre will be amongst the first completed components within the development. With the first residents of the The Mount Edgecombe Care Centre having […]Read More
Meeting the Needs of a Community
Date: 5 April 2019
The cynics will call it another big shop and one we probably don’t need, but commercial developments like Makro’s new store at Cornubia can have interesting, often unreported side shows, writes Greg Arde. It seems a bit passe these days to crow about your whopping big retail development with a party and a thunderous statement […]Read More
From the Association’s desk
Date: 5 April 2019
IZINGA FACILITIES Whilst it seems that 2019 has got off to a flying start, we are quite sure that this year will be one of the best by far. Here are a few snippets of information from our desks to your magazine table. There have been quite a few progressions that have occurred an the […]Read More