At the heart of Sibaya Coastal Precinct nature plays a vital role and the best interest of the environment is considered in every detail and plan.
As development continues within this precinct, the masterplan for the Sibaya Coastal Precinct ensures 60% of the landscape will be rehabilitated and remain the beautiful, lush, green forestry that residents within KwaZulu-Natal love. The goal is to create an ecosystem that is safe and sustainable for KwaZulu-Natal’s natural wildlife within the area.
As a contribution towards this goal, the Devmco Group created a campaign called “Grow Sibaya” In honour of Arbour Week, which took place from 1-7 of September, the team invited the public and took to the development to plant 1600 Warburgia Salutaris, also known as Pepper-bark trees or Isibaha. These trees are native to KwaZulu-Natal and thrive in the coastal region. These endangered trees have now found a new home within the Sibaya Coastal Precinct and will add to the natural beauty that surrounds the area.
Residents and visitors within the precinct will be able to access the protected forests in the area. The 350 hectares of coastal forest will be rehabilitated and accessible through safe boardwalks and nature trails that will be maintained by the Sibaya Precinct Master Management Association.
Our precinct boasts some of the most beautiful beaches that KwaZulu-Natal has to offer and will offer easy-access routes to 6.5km of beautiful coastline. To maintain this stunning landscape, the Sibaya Precinct Master Management Association, together with the Municipality oversee the cleaning and maintenance of these beaches.
In an on-going effort to maintain the natural beauty of this area, the Sibaya Coastal Precinct will continually make positive changes and focus on the biodiversity that creates a sustainable future for generations to come.