A multi-billion rand project, Cornubia, as a mixed use and mixed income development, spanning over 20 years, is the province's and ethekwini's first Cabinet Lekgotla priority project, and will alter the skyline of Umhlanga in the future. Cornubia will be the home of the next major industrial area in the north, with approximately 80ha coming on to the market in 2012.This will be a key industrial development with linkages to the new international airport. The planning of Cornubia is based upon the principals of ... Read More
Cornubia will comprise fully subsidized houses for the indigent (those that qualify for a provincial housing subsidy), affordable housing for low-income housing (rental) as well as middle to high-income bonded housing. Approximately half the site will accommodate affordable housing - with fully subsidised housing comprising 30% of the total project... Learn More
With a gross area of 300ha, Cornubia’s commercial and mixed use developments will make provision for almost 2 million m² bulk. These commercial opportunities will be located close to the N2 freeway and proposed Cornubia interchange, as well as along the M41 corridor in the vicinity of the existing South African Sugar Association... Learn More
The 200ha gross development will cover 90ha of industrial platform and will consist of approximately 90 industrial stands, ranging from 3 500m² to
10 000m² and larger, providing a total of 700 000m² of bulk. Subdivisions will be designed to allow flexibility for all the needs of developers and purchasers... Learn More
Mixed use will be encouraged on Cornubia, and is located in close proximity to the general business and office/retail precincts.
Almost 921 600m² of mixed use bulk will be provided, offering retail, offices and high density residential opportunities in the form of sectional title apartments... Learn More