Warren Hewitt is Chief Executive Officer at The Greater Tygerberg Partnership (GTP). We discuss the role of the GTP in unlocking Bellville’s potential as a sustainable and prosperous leading African city, Bellville’s culture and combined intellectual capital, attracting investment, working closely with the public sector, and many facts about Bellville.
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This episode is presented in partnership with The Greater Tygerberg Partnership (GTP).
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About Warren Hewitt
As the CEO of The Greater Tygerberg Partnership (GTP), I am passionate about partnering with local organisations, investors, and communities to design and guide the healthy development of the Greater Tygerberg area. My team and I are committed to helping the region reach its full potential through economic development, sustainable land use, and social integration. My years of commercial experience in the hospitality, retail, and logistics industries serve me well in this endeavour.
About The Greater Tygerberg Partnership
We are connecting people, places, and partners to the many possibilities that exist for the current and future success of Bellville – Cape Town’s secondary city.
Bellville is an important economic node that lies about 20 kilometres north of Cape Town, South Africa. The Greater Tygerberg Partnership is mandated to promote and accelerate the regeneration and upliftment of Bellville and surrounding areas, to drive its future as a prosperous, successful, and attractive commercial centre for business owners, and a vibrant, inclusive, safe, and modern hub for residents, students, and the general public.
We are a development facilitation agency at the centre of a broad ecosystem focused on urban regeneration. We connect multiple stakeholders seeking to maximise the assets of Bellville, for the greater good of all people who live, work, and play there.
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