Local Law Making In Cape Town: A Case Study Of The Municipal Planning By-Law Process. Urban Legal Case Studies | Volume 4
This report examines municipal law making surrounding land use planning in the City of Cape Town. It investigates the extent to which the City of Cape Town has powers to make by-laws on land use planning and how much of that power is circumscribed by other state organs and levels. It also examines the institutional and practical context in which municipal law making takes place in order to assess the actual relevance of the city’s power to make law.