Matthew Monson
Matthew Monson

good grief man, we have enough malls!!!

Liz Linsell
Liz Linsell

We don't want another mall, the area has three in a close radius and the development threatens the livelihoods of all the local shops and businesses. Developers take your plans somewhere else and leave our vlei alone!

Dorothy Lucejko
Dorothy Lucejko

The Vlei is definitely worth saving. We must have these areas of natural beauty to pass on to our children. There are enough malls. Build it somewhere else I say.

Peter Edwards
Peter Edwards

It's the same thing all over the world, profit before people and disregard the environment.

Martin Fletcher
Martin Fletcher

More thoughtlessness

Roger Bulbring
Roger Bulbring

It is unthinkable that a wetland vital to biodiversity in this area can be destroyed. What short-sightedness can justify wiping out a non-recoverable natural resource of this importance!

Stuart Hall
Stuart Hall

We recently found that there are Leopard Toad Tadpoles in Princessvlei, proving that this is a vital breeding site to prevent the loss of this species! The land surrounding the vlei also has great potential for restoration of sand plain and wetland Fynbos, both of which contain many threatened plant species. Great work has already been done by planting shrubs and trees where they want to build.

Margaret Burger
Margaret Burger

Surely water preservation is more inporatnt than shops.

Steph Blankenaar
Steph Blankenaar

Besides all the great times we had at the vlei, we owe it to Cape Town to show our stewardship of the vlei. Sign the petition please.

Ruth Sendico
Ruth Sendico

Save Princess Vlei for the next generation.

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