Education, medical and social
Riverfields is planned as a sustainable and integrated human settlement and as such will provide social, educational and recreational facilities. To this end Riverfields Development is currently calling on investors in educational, medical, health, wellness, hospitality and recreational facilities and services to discuss investment opportunities.
An independent market study conducted by Demacon Market Studies indicates medium development scope for a private healthcare facility of approximately 200 to 250 beds with an optimum point of market entry being 2018 / 2019.
- Access to untapped and underserviced markets
- Growing resident and work force community
- Full integration with urban context
Schools across the country shut down on 18 March 2020 following President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement on Sunday 15 March, detailing measures to mitigate the spread of the Covid-19 virus. This has seen millions of parents with school-going children across the country go into self-isolation within the confines of their homes.
Riverfields has put together four tips to help families survive social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic:Read more
Old and worn-out car tyres are said to be “among the most problematic and challenging sources of solid waste”. Due to their large production volume, tyres are routinely thrown out and piled up at landfills, or are left lying around in the garage or the garden at home.
So, instead of letting old tyres take up space, here are a few ways you can repurpose them as a form of recycling and for use around the house:Read more
For first-time homeowners and those who are simply not used to relocating, buying bedroom furniture that complements one’s taste, budget and style can quickly become a daunting and even overwhelming task.Read more