Verulam Housing

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A new Civic centre has been completed at Mount View

The modern building will be available to the community for live shows, weddings, receptions and other public activities. The main hall seats 800 and can also be used for badminton.

Housing in Verulam

Since Verulam became Natal's first Indian-controlled town in 1966, housing for many of the town's residents emerged as the single most pressing need.

Mountview Civic Centre

A new Civic centre has been completed at Mount View, Verulam, at a cost of R325 000.

Mountview Civic Centre - kitchen and cafeteria

The Centre has a Committee room, kitchen, cafeteria and a workshop for making and storing props for live shows.

Mountview Civic Centre and Housing

A new Civic Centre has been completed at Mount View, Verulam, at a cost of R325 000. Funds were provided by the National Housing Commission on a low-interest basis.

New housing units in Verulam

Property development in this bracket was initiated by Indian owned companies

Shree Siva Subramanior Alayam in Verulam

From a very humble beginning with a wood and iron structure established in 1900, the community in Verulam can now be proud of a well planned institution comprising the temple and community hall to which is attached a dining room.

Verulam - Mountview Civic Centre and housing

Housing and developments in Verulam

Verulam - Mountview housing scheme

Since Verulam became Natal's first Indian-controlled town in 1966, housing for many of the town's residents emerged as the single most pressing need.

Verulam's changing face

VERULAM, the first town in the country to pass into exclusive Indian control, is mushrooming into a massive housing estate.

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