Mitchell’s Plain is a suburb located in the Western Cape and reflects the diverse mixture of cultures residing in one suburb.
Mitchell’s Plain was established in 1970 as part of the segregation efforts of the then ruling government.
There was planning that went into the layout of the suburb with public spaces like parks, roads infrastructure and malls catered for. The residential properties are a good mixture of use from semi-detached, flats, town houses to free hold homes and with the empowerment of these communities there are suburbs in Mitchell’s Plain which are affluent too.
Situated 32 km from the Caper Town CBD, it is well situated and access is easy with public or private transport. With the general expansion of the Cape Town suburbs came the expansion of industrial and commercial hubs which have been an advantage to theses residents in reducing travel distance thus costs to and from work.
The suburb is self sustaining with malls, schools and hospitals. The malls include Promenade Shopping Centre, Westgate Mall, CBD malls and commercial hub, and Colorado Shopping Centre.
Schools, of which there are no less than 85 include Aloe High School, Lentegeur High School, Beacon Hill High School and Tafelsig High School.
Mitchell’s Plain has a spending power of roughly R100 million per month which indicates the phenomenal growth that has taken place in the community and the confidence of the community to invest within itself.
Mitchell’s Plain has its share of tourist attractions and entertainment which are Wolfgat Nature Reserve, Strandfontein Pavilion Beach, Westridge Gardens, Portlands Indoor Centre, Monwabisi Beach and Rondevlei Nature Reserve.
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