Over time, the area from the entrance to Hermanus, behind the town’s squash and tennis courts, through to Hoy’s Koppie and the traffic circle at the Marine Hotel enjoyed re-zoning for business and commercial usage. All for a good purpose.
It always made for the perfect CBD precinct to accommodate the growth pleasures of a place that was once described as The Village of the Sea which went on to morph into a burgeoning town where people want to move to, to live, work and play …
Hermanus Town already boasts two multi-story parking garages, underground parking and several well managed and controlled open parking areas. Why, Little Red Riding Hood may have asked, so much parking Grandma? For people to enjoy living, shopping and doing business in our town my child.
Growth of the Overberg region in general and Hermanus, Voëlklip, Onrus and Vermont is inevitable. Families and businesses from all over South Africa are semi-grating to the Western Cape while the region is enjoying more than its fair share of internationals flocking here for a better quality of life.
While growth for the sake of growth should never be an option, the HENNCORP Group subscribes to focused growth. The perfect example of which across the way from Hermanus Primary School, between the PSG and Rawson Properties offices, a residential property gracefully made room for a 400-square meter office building to provide accommodation and parking for a company of 48 people.