Introducing the Replay Webinar of Abrie Snyman from Multiprof Property Intelligence

Additions and Extensions in Community Schemes

More about the Presenter
Multiprof Property Intelligence was founded in 1998 by Abrie Snyman. Abrie qualified as a Town and Regional Planner at the University of Pretoria in 1980, after which he spent the next ten years gaining experience as a senior Town Planner at the City Council of Pretoria and the Department of Housing. In 1990 he started acting as a consultant for the industry and his ability to connect the dots – led to the establishment of Multiprof Property Intelligence – a versatile yet focused, consulting enterprise offering a spectrum of services including Town Planning, Architecture and Property Information. Abrie is passionate about sharing his vast amount of knowledge and his ever-popular training sessions include a variety of topics ranging from Town Planning to Personal Development. In his spare time, Abrie loves to travel the world and is part of the Couchsurfing and Human Library community.

What will you learn from this webinar:

  1. Scenarios
  2. Ownership in a complex
  3. Responsibilities of Trustees
  4. Zoning Certificates
  5. Coverage
  6. Parking
  7. Types of Plans
  8. Structures in a complex that requires building plans
  9. Additions and alterations and levies ...
  10. Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act (SPLUMA)
  11. Process of dealing with additions and alterations

Length of this webinar:

28 minutes

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Sep
17
Thursday The 17th
14:00 (Johannesburg time)

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