NEWS AND VIEWS

Catch up on all the latest news coming out of Eastlands, including our official press announcements


Come on site this weekend to see how far we have come!

Post by: Eastlands Estate, 11 Aug 2016

We are delighted to announce that our spacious phase 1B 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes will be on view this weekend, Saturday and Sunday 13 and 14 August 2016, from 9am to 5pm. Not only will you have the opportunity to view these beautiful retirement homes but you will also be able to see first-hand why Eastlands is the smartest retirement investment opt...

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August 2016: Construction Schedule

Post by: Eastlands Estate, 01 Aug 2016

BUILDING Week 1 Final finishing phase 1B External work phase 1C  Week 2 Painting phase 1C Internal finishing phase 1C External ground works phase 1CWeek 3 Completing phase 1B Painting phase 1C External ground works phase 1DWeek 4 Internal finishing phase 1D External ground works phase 1D    CIVIL Week 1 Platforms phase 2...

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Come see the first Eastlands units, open for public viewing this weekend!

Post by: Eastlands Estate, 07 Jul 2016

Have you been dying to get a good look at Eastlands Mature Lifestyle Estate and take a peek inside our beautiful homes? Well, now you can! We’re delighted to announce that for the fi¬rst time ever, Eastlands will be open for public viewing this weekend, Saturday and Sunday 9 and 10 July 2016. You can expect to see our ¬first 14 one-...

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July 2016: Construction Schedule

Post by: Eastlands Estate, 01 Jul 2016

BUILDING Week 1 Starting Platforms Phase 2 Internal Finishing Phase 1 B ongoing  Week 2 Starting external works phase 1 B Internal finishing Phase 1B  Week 3 Start paving Phase 1B Finishing roofs phase 1 D  Week 4 Start internal finishing phase 1 C   CIVIL Week 1 Constructing Balancing Tank for waterWeek 2...

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All-in-one mature lifestyle estatesĀ 

Post by: Eastlands Estate, 07 Jun 2016

The new on-trend norm in retirement livingIt’s been described as a ‘mega trend’, and is as significant and as influential as any other ‘major historical, sociological or economic change we’ve ever seen’. It’s the concept of people living longer, and it’s bringing with it a major shift in the lifestyl...

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June 2016: Construction Schedule

Post by: Eastlands Estate, 01 Jun 2016

BUILDING Week 1: Final finishing phase 1A, Plaster phase1B, Brickwork phase 1CWeek 2: External works phase 1A, Ceilings phase 1 B, Starting plaster phase 1 CWeek 3: Paving phase 1A, Starting internal finishing phase 1B,  Roofs phase 1CWeek 4: Completing phase 1A, Finishing phase 1B, Start...

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Eastlands is all heart

Post by: Eastlands Estate, 07 May 2016

We love our residents (and our local community!). Retirement homes. That’s what most retirement estates sell, right? Not us.  At Eastlands we sell a lifestyle that allows you to age actively, gracefully. We sell a country-style setting that is environmentally conscious and earth friendly. And we sell forever homes filled with...

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May 2016: Construction Schedule

Post by: Eastlands Estate, 01 May 2016

BUILDING Week 1: Starting rafts phase 1C   Week 2: Starting internal finishes 1A, Brickwork phase 1B Week 3: Constructing roofs of 1B               Week 4: Starting brickwork phase 1C        CIVIL Week 1: Completing underground services Week 2: Installing curbs phase 1A & 1B We...

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Sectional title still an excellent retirement property investment option

Post by: Eastlands Estate, 07 Apr 2016

With the economic downturn forcing many people to downscale, the spotlight is once again on retirement sectional title and life rights properties – what’s the difference between the two and which offers the better return on investment? A sectional title property is located within a complex or estate, and the purchaser retains full owne...

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Dwindling wild African potato finds a new home on local eco-estate

Post by: Eastlands Estate, 08 Mar 2016

It might not look like much to some, but the African potato (Hypoxis hemerocallidae) is among the most important and widely used traditional medicinal plants in South Africa. Unfortunately, over-harvesting is leading to quickly diminishing wild populations, and finding large crops of this once abundant grassland tuber is now quite rare. So you can...

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