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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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Working for a better Llandudno for ALL!



  • Pounding the pavements:  to identify alien vegetation on public open spaces and road reserves, as precursor to removal as part of Mayoral Programme.
  • Spring: and in keeping with tradition the LCA organises community driven clean ups of our area, including the beach mid-September.
  • Sustainable schools: we have assisted Llandudno Primary with their environmental education week in preparing study material and activities, organised various outings including a clean up of Hout Bay beach, and a clean up of the area between the school and the tennis club in spring (September).
  • Rather safe than sorry: we are ever vigilant. Recent initiatives include SanParks upgraded security along the Rocket Road (above Sandy Bay) as well as addressing crime and security issues near and surrounding the Beach car parks. We are currently providing a wireless camera (CCTV) infrastructure.
  • Building enforcement: this remains a complex and time consuming task to challenge inappropriate developments.
  • And Building bridges: we actively liaise with other community based organisations in the area to build a strong and integrated community.
  • Film shoots: we have refined our film shoot policy to ensure minimal disruptions to our residents when film shoots do occur.
  • Blue flag: this has seen increased spend by the City on our beach and an LCA achievement.  Law Enforcement Officers are based at Llandudno Beach during Blue Flag season.
  • Roads, sewers and Water pipes: As a result of LCA liaison with various City departments, the latter have recently re-laid much of Llandudno roads, and much of the mains water piping and sewerage systems.
  • Invasive alien vegetation:  In partnership with City Parks the LCA has directed Parks to huge swathes of invasives which have been destroyed. This a continuing exercise.
  • Children’s play park Gully Road:  The LCA has reached agreement with City Parks for them to accept and include the park and equipment within its responsibility and to refurbish the play park equipment.
  • Coast Care: The LCA continues to manage the services of Coast Care in raising the standards of public open space and foot path maintenance and cleaning to a level acceptable to Llandudno.
  • Graffiti:  The LCA with the City for the ongoing removal of countless and mindless desecration of many beautiful rocks within the confines of Llandudno.
  • Seawater purity:  The LCA monitors the City Health Department’s regular sea water test results to ensure continued purity and follows up on and resolves any sign of contamination.
  • Liaison with the City:  The LCA maintains a close contact and cordial relationships with the COCT.