What do we do?
Eduard van der Linde and Associates are property and town planning consultants with 37 years experience, based in Linden and working in all areas of the Cities of Johannesburg, Tshwane, Mogale City and Ekurhuleni Metro regions. We have the expertise to address a wide variety of property related issues, such as:
- Town planning investigations and procedures,
- Feasibility studies and development potential assessments and
- Land development project management.
As town planners we assist property owners to achieve the full potential of their property and to get rid of unnecessary encumbrances and restrictions.
- A Town Planner gathers and assesses all relevant information with regard to a specific property,
- A Town Planner then provides the property owner with advice, and finally
- Assists the property owner with the recommended procedures.
The Town Planner compiles applications and manages these procedures on behalf of the property owner. Applications and Procedures are regulated by legislation (i.e. Acts, Ordinances, Town Planning Schemes) and official development policies.
In the process of compiling and managing applications, the Town Planner also coordinates the involvement of various other professions such as:
- Land surveyors
- Geo-technical experts
- Environmental experts
- Legal experts
Eduard van der Linde and Associates has completed work in all areas around Gauteng including Randburg, Rosebank, Illovo, Houghton, Greenside, Bryanston, Sandton, Fourways, Midrand, Bedfordview, Benoni, Brakpan, Germiston, Roodepoort, Waterkloof and Mamelodi.
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