All documentaion relating to the Lynedoch EcoVillage, including Constitution, Architectural Guidelines, Code of Conduct, technical data, development plans and wider Stellenbosch development regulations/guidelines
Sustainable development in water and sanitation: a case study of the water and sanitation system at the Lynedoch EcoVillage Development. Dissertation submitted in partial fulfilling of Mphil in Sustainable Development Planning and Management. December, 2007.
Swilling, M. & Annecke, E. 2006. Building sustainable neighbourhoods in South Africa: learning from the Lynedoch case. Environment and Urbanization, 18(2): 315-332.
General zoning scheme for Stellenbosch area as a whole - explains the meaning of each zoning category which governs what can and cannot be built on each site.
This thesis analyses the evolution and role of the Early Childhood Development programme that has been operating in the Lynedoch EcoVillage since its inception.
A powerpoint presentation prepared by ARG Design to support the competition entry for the CSIR best practice award. ARG Design, a Cape Town-based practice, designed the Lynedoch EcoVillage.
Detailed surveyed layout of Phase 1 of the Lynedoch EcoVillage as approved by the Surveyor General - note that these erf numbers are different to the erf numbers that appear in the Phase 1 plan approved by Stellenbosch Municipality. The erf numbers approved by the Surveyor General supercede the erf numbers approved by Stellenbosch Municipality.
Describes the range of services and service charges applicable in the Lynedoch EcoVillage.
Describes the services and facilities that participants in Phase 1 of the development can expect and are entitled to.
Constitution: Memorandum of Association of the Lynedoch EcoVillage Home Owners Association
Constitution: Articles Association of the Lynedoch EcoVillage Home Owners Association