The beachfront in Fish Hoek, a coastal town at the eastern end of the Fish Hoek Valley on the False Bay side of the Cape Peninsula in Cape Town, is getting a facelift. The City of Cape Town recently commenced with the resurfacing of a 300-metre stretch of the Fish Hoek Promenade between The Galley restaurant and the lighthouse in Fish Hoek. The work is scheduled to take three months and entails the resurfacing of the main promenade and cross-paths, the installation of new benches and upgrading of the drainage at the railway subway at the end of Jager's Walk. Some stormwater drainage will also be improved. The work has little impact on the traffic in the area and is being implemented in phases. Areas where work is not actively taking place will be opened to the public to allow visitors to access the beach.