Innovative Infrastructure at Steyn City Parkland Residence
The innovative approach to infrastructure taken at Steyn City has resulted in Big Performance across the board. This is evident in facilities such as our heliport and hangar, and on-site convenience of a fueling station equipped with car wash, convenience store and coffee shop.
However, it is in the area of connectivity that it moves into 'smart' gear. A pre-installed fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) cable network, encompassing all homes and business sectors of Steyn City., supports new generation connection speeds and data carrying capacity. This system of the future is compatible with any service provider of choice.
Steyn City's role as a major stakeholder in the area has resulted in it providing substantial financial support for government's master planning for the region. This has seen the fast-tracking of regional infrastructure upgrades, including:
Contributing R900-million (1/3 of the total cost) towards the road upgrade underway along the R511 (William Nicol Drive) that will feature three lanes in each direction from Uranium Street through to Erling Road with future plans to extend it through to the N14.
Steyn City has funded a major sewer upgrade with a total cost of R73.9-million, including an upgraded bulk sewer pipeline that runs from Dainfern to a new pump station.
Steyn City has constructed a new R35-million water reservoir on the north-east portion of the estate that will store up to 30 megalitres and is part of council's and Johannesburg Water's master planning and regional infrastructure upgrade for the region.