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Century City gets the thumbs up from most stakeholders!

07 September 2016

Century City gets the thumbs up from most stakeholders!

More than 82% of owners and other stakeholders at Century City rate their overall experience of the precinct as excellent or good, according to the sixth service improvement survey which was undertaken recently.
The biennial survey forms part of the Century City Property Owners’ Association’s strategic planning and is used to inform its business planning and budget process.

CCPOA CEO Chris Blackshaw says it is also used to check whether the CCPOA’s internal assessment correlates with owner and stakeholder perceptions and to build a relationship with owners and stakeholders. 

The online survey was completed by a wide range of stakeholders including commercial property owners and tenants, residential property owners and tenants, retail tenants, those working at Century City as well as a range of visitors including shoppers.
What respondents most like about Century City is its central location and convenience, its high level of safety and security, that it is clean, neat and well managed, the landscaping and green environment, all its amenities and facilities and its “upmarket feel and community”.

The major concern highlighted was traffic congestion which the CCPOA and the developer, Rabie Property Group have and are addressing on a number of levels, says Blackshaw.

“There has been a very noticeable improvement in traffic flows since the upgrade of Sable Road which provided an additional permanent left lane out of the Bridgeways precinct into Sable Road with a dedicated free flowing left turn onto the collector distributor road (the road running parallel to the N1); a queue jump lane for the MyCiTi Bus on Sable Road to improve travel time to the railway station and a free flowing left hand turn from the N1 Exit 10 off-ramp into Sable Road going west towards Century City. 

 Blackshaw said the results of the survey were  again very encouraging.
“However, there can be no room for complacency and we will continue to improve on our delivery and to meet the needs of all stakeholders.”

For full results of the survey click here