The reinvention of Durban’s old Dunlop tyre factory into state-of-the art warehousing is on track and will be ready for occupation by logistics companies in October.

Answering the demand for smaller industrial sites, property group JT Ross has released a basket of sub divided plots in Durban’s landmark development, Cornubia.

Monday, 17 November 2014 09:02

J.T. Ross in a Plumb Position at Riverfields

J.T. Ross in a Plumb Position at Riverfields

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