The Blyde Riverwalk Estate: Inside the nasty dispute at this Gauteng ‘coastal’ estate

Inland ‘coastal’ estate faces complaints of noise and partying.

26 September 2021 - 00:00

It seemed like a winning combination for people of landlocked Gauteng — a safe, trendy and relatively affordable estate with a turquoise “lagoon” surrounded by a beach.

But The Blyde Riverwalk Estate’s popularity as a “tourist destination” for day visitors and short-term rentals has backfired for developers, who have had to clamped down on landlords renting properties for short stays...

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