Welcome to Anchorage, Belleville’s latest new social housing initiative designed to offer affordable housing and foster a real sense of community spirit.
Anchorage Social Housing
Anchorage is a greenfields project on erven 14121 and 14118, Bellville South measuring 72 428m2 and is situated on the corner of Peter Barlow and Bester Roads within Restructuring Zone District D, Cape Town.
This integrated housing project will provide affordable mixed tenure housing opportunities in very close proximity to public transport (Serpta Railway Station 300m), opportunities of employment such as Bellville CBD and Sacks Circle, public amenities (schools, State hospitals, public libraries etc.) and tertiary education institutes (1,2kms from both UWC and CPUT Bellville Campus).
The units are to be bachelors (30m2), 1-bedroom (30m2) and 2-bedroom (38m2) units in a 38 2-, 3- and 4-storey walk-ups.
Anchorage – units now available for rent
Anchorage is an exciting new social housing project situated at the Cnr of Peter Barlow Drive and Bester Road – Glenhaven, Bellville South.
Its conveniently located close to all major high ways, schools, University of the Western Cape, churches and the Bellville South Community Hall.
Residents can enjoy generous open spaces surrounded by modern architecture.
Security features include:
- 24hour manned security
- electrified fencing
- A boom/ gate system providing access to approved persons only
‘We focus on safety and want the residents to enjoy living here to the fullest’: says Siseko Mbete, Property Manager for Urban Status Rentals NPC.
This development is a government-funded program and boasts a total of 512 units which all comprise of either one or two bedrooms and come with full bathroom amenities and kitchen
All units are available for rent only, as this is not a rent-to-buy option.
Tenants must meet the requirements as set out by the Social Housing Regulatory Authority:
- Individual/ couples earning a gross combined household income of between R 1,500 – R 15, 000 per month
- Be permanently employed or have a contract no less than 12 months
- Completed application form
- 3 months Bank Statement
- Current Payslip
- Name Clearance certificate (to be obtained through SAPS)
- Confirmation of employment letter
- ID(s) of the applicant as well as IDs/Birth Certificates of occupants
- R250 application fee (non-refundable)
- Marriage/Divorce certificate if applicable
Occupation of the first units is scheduled for April 2020.
- 24 hour manned security with CCTV
- On-site parking for two-bedroom units
- Communal gardens
- Clubhouse for social gatherings
- Basketball Court
- Smart Prepaid Meter for Water & Electricity
A core focus of Anchorage is to provide a safe, secure and welcoming living environment. Once residents are settled in, several community initiatives and programs designed to assist and bring residents together, and build a strong community spirit, will be offered.
This includes both the Spekboom Challenge and hosting a local Soup kitchen.
The Spekboom Challenge
In our resident community Spekboom challenge, each child will be given their own spekboom. They’ll be shown how to plant it and then choose a name for their own plant. They then get to see the Spekboom grow and flourish under their little watchful eyes.
Aftercare and tutoring services
We want to team up with local charities, in order to provide aftercare service for children with parents at work all day, as well as having a tutor on site that can assist with homework while parents are still at work.
A Soup kitchen will run during the winter months to assist those less fortunate during the cold Cape winters.
These are just a few initiatives our management team is working on. Our aim is to make Anchorage the preferred choice of housing when it comes to the social housing sphere.
Contact us to submit an application