Durban, South Africa—The future of building in South African cities may soon be in your hands.
According to a report published today by a local firm, the country is planning to begin the process of building the country’s first experimental building on the outskirts of Durban.
According to the report, the building will be part of a joint venture between the South African government and a Swedish company that specializes in the construction of complex urban projects.
The firm, which is called L&D, has a track record of creating innovative projects for the local economy.
It has been building complex buildings in Johannesburg and Pretoria, as well as at its main headquarters in Cape Town.
In a statement, the firm said the building, located in a former industrial park, will be built as part of an experiment that will be run over a period of three years.
It is part of the countrys new National Development Plan, which aims to build 200,000 new homes by 2025.
The government is also pushing to expand the capacity of public transport.
The project is slated to be completed by 2023.
L&D has also developed a number of other new construction projects in the country, including a complex for the development of a high-speed rail link to the capital, Pretoria.
The city of Pretoria has also been looking to create a new development center, but the new L&&.
D building, which will be located just outside the city’s central business district, is one of the first to be designed to house the building.
The firm also plans to develop a new industrial park in the nearby city of Port Elizabeth, and it has recently started to develop other projects.