The Moka region is transitioning into a more sustainable and liveable city through the progressive rolling out of a concept of ‘citysmarting’ over the past decade. Stemming from a well-thought-out Master Plan, this flexible improvement process is continually adapted in line with the critical mass attained and technological advances.
Located in the heart of Grand-Gaube, on the pristine northern coast of Mauritius, North Islands View benefits from splendid ocean views. This new development overlooks the picturesque northern islands, offering a unique panorama. Its collection of inviting and great value apartments, penthouses and garden houses are swathed in unique natural beauty.
Imagine a place where you can enjoy every single moment of life. A place where everything has been designed to live life to the fullest. A place that keeps you close to the essentials…and closer yet to adventure! There you will find people of different ages and cultures living in harmony.
From offices to residential neighbourhoods, the city’s Creative Park to its Lifestyle Village, and Greencoast Elementary School to African Leadership College (ALC), Beau Plan has imagined the city of tomorrow, in which everything is possible. All in an atmosphere as enjoyable as it is practical, and in which you can easily reconcile your busy professional life and lively social calendar!
Nestled between the widest lagoon of the island and the Bambou mountain chain, discover Anahita Mauritius: a world of experiences at the heart of a unique 213 hectares seafront residential estate on the East coast, facing the renowned Ile aux Cerfs.
One of the main reasons people move to residential estates is for the security (although, in our case, the great golf course is a close second). Security is of paramount importance and so, when it came time to renew the security contract, the estate management considered carefully tenders from a number of security companies.
The residents of Kingswood Golf Estate in George are very aware of how fortunate they are to live on a safe, spacious, green estate with loads of facilities and activities – both on-site and close by. And, as this was made more evident as their movements and activities became constrained due to the coronavirus, it got them thinking about the challenges faced by less well-resourced people.
Port Elizabeth has hit Day Zero – that dreaded spectre that had Capetonians tossing and turning in their unwashed sheets a few years ago. In some parts of the city the taps have – literally – been turned off, and water is trucked in by tanker.