Garden revamp underway in Ballito

The Ballito UIP is revamping the gardens between the Ballito Junction and the new park with a mixture of Senecio and Portulacaria ground covers and tree aloes in the centre. Dietes have been used to bulk up the gardens alongside…

Moja Carts initiative gets rolling in Ballito UIP

The Ballito UIP is pleased and proud to introduce the first of our Moja Carts to the Ballito Business Park. This initiative aims to uplift informal traders in our area by giving them a safe and secure place to sell…

What makes a public space great?

Great public spaces like beaches, parks, squares and pavements are characterised by what they offer the people who use them every day. From cleanliness to security, sociability and amenities on offer, there are various factors that help to create the…

How have mixed-use developments weathered the pandemic?

When it comes to weathering the pandemic the saying ‘don’t put all your eggs in one basket’ rings true. And same can be said for mixed-use developments that feature various elements making them more resilient to change. Frank Reardon, chief…

Ballito UIP maintenance keeps the precinct looking good

There’s been plenty of maintenance activity lately as we continue with our efforts to keep the precinct looking great. Straightening signs, removing graffiti, fixing lights, painting curbs and repairing promenade planks are all in a week’s work. A big thank…

Bollards Being Maintained By BUIP Team

The Ballito UIP maintenance team is currently straightening and replacing bollards as required in the precinct, with stock on hand. Besides it’s aesthetic advantages, the bollards protect the storm water drains from damage and when placed on sidewalks, helps protect pedestrians.

Asphalting In The Ballito Business Park

A big thank you to KwaDukuza Municipality for the asphalting that is taking place on sections of Douglas Crowe Drive in the Ballito Business Park

Lockdown reveals the benefits of managed precincts

Comfortably a month into lockdown level three, the deserted streets of April and May are a distant memory. In June, the Ballito UIP heartily welcomed the opening of businesses and the return of people to the precinct. But more human…
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