Posted On Friday, 29 June 2001 03:01 Published by eProp Commercial Property News
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Pretoria is quietly delivering the goods.

Sanett Uys










A recent survey of the success of the Esselen Street CID in Pretoria showed that the vast majority of tenants see their area as cleaner, safer and even showing an increase in turnover since the start of the CID.

The survey shows that 92% of tenants think that Esselen Street is cleaner, and 66% think it is safer.

But better news by far is the 23% increase in turnover reported by 32% of businesses. As a result, 98% of tenants state that the CID process is a worthwhile exercise. Rode survey administrator Sanett Uys, confirms this trend, saying that an increase in black spending power in the city has led to a decrease in available retail space.

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