What We Do

Plancomm
planning committee

The Planning Committee reviews planning applications for private and public spaces within Sea Point, Fresnaye, Bantry Bay and parts of Three Anchor Bay.

Safety & Urban Management
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From the Safety & Cleansing Initiative (SCI) to recycling and other projects, the SFB aims to make this area clean, safe and a pleasure to stay, work, live and invest in.

Communications
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The SFB communicates with the City on your behalf and shares relevant information with SFB members and community of Sea Point, Fresnaye and Bantry Bay.

Be in the know

Latest News

Temporary Road Closure – Church Road, Sea Point: 20 & 21 July 2024
Throwback: Queen’s Hotel – circa 1900
Make a Positive Impact: Support the SFB this Mandela Day
Scheduled Power Outage in Sea Point: 19 July 2024
Need to Report Something?

Log a C3 with the City of Cape Town

Log the issue by calling 0860 103 089, or use log it online:

The City of Cape Town’s service request application (C3) ensures that you are able to report issues or send requests to the correct line department, such as:

  • animal carcass removal
  • blocked stormwater drains;
  • electricity outage/ unscheduled outages;
  • graffiti and stolen or vandalised City property;
  • uncollected refuse or waste;
  • tree removal and cutting;
  • tree root, trimming, pruning;
  • illegal dumping;
  • leaking water pipes;
  • maintenance of open spaces, parks and public spaces
  • mowing of vegetation;
  • noise nuisances;
  • problem buildings (abandoned and derelict buildings);
  • public toilets/ ablution facilities unhygienic;
  • speeding and traffic offences;
  • traffic calming (speed bumps), new or damaged street signs
  • unruly or inappropriate behaviour;
  • unscheduled water supply disruptions
  • vagrants and illegal squatting
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Sea Point, Fresnaye, Bantry Bay

SFB Ratepayers & Residents Association

SFB is a volunteer led and run organisation, and is committed to the improvement and upkeep of Sea Point, Fresnaye and Bantry Bay.

We represent our members, ratepayers and residents when dealing with the City. We are often called on to comment and give feedback on various pertinent issues for the area.

Plancomm and the Safety & Cleaning Initiative (SCI) are key components of the association.

Even though committee members give their time freely, the activities of the organisation require funding through memberships, sponsorships and donations; we are not funded by any government organisation.

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16,000 +

Residents Served

8,500 +

Households Served

500 +

Businesses Served

Help us to continue making a positive impact

Make a Donation

The Sea Point, Fresnaye, Bantry Bay Ratepayers’ & Residents Association is a volunteer-led organization with a core focus on making a positive impact in Sea Point, Fresnaye and Bantry Bay.

We rely on membership fees, donations and sponsorships in order to make this positive impact and would encourage you, whether you’re a ratepayer, resident, business owner, employee or someone who simply has an affinity for our section of the Atlantic Seaboard to make a donation, or sponsorship, to help us continue the invaluable work that we do.

Click here to find out more about donation options and sponsorship opportunities.

Businesses Helping Us Make a Positive Impact

Our Sponsors

City of Cape Town Councillor for Sea Point, Fresnaye & Bantry Bay

Ward 54 Councillor

Cllr Nicola Jowell

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