Category: Urban Management

News from Maboneng

The November issue of the Maboneng newsletter is jammed packed with events and info.

USM Charity Drive

Urban Space Management (USM) is collecting donations for charity this Festive Season

Public art and place making in Newtown

Urban Space Management hosted a walkabout in the Newtown Improvement District to showcase some of the new (and newly refurbished) public art in the precinct.

Rosebank Media Tour

As part of the Rosebank Management District’s marketing campaign, RMD precinct manager, Lerato Khiba, with their media partners Johannesburg In Your Pocket, organised a tour of the precinct for journalists and COJ officials. See...

JRA at work in Wynberg

Following a Regional Visible Service Delivery meeting (RVSD), Wynberg Business District Operations Manager, Basil Ngakane managed to secure a site visit with Conel Mackay of the Johannesburg Roads Agency (JRA).

Public Consultation: Draft Informal Traders policy

Stakeholders of the City of Johannesburg are invited to participate in the review of the Draft Informal Traders policy. Access the draft policy via the Google docs link in the following advert: The advert...

Wynberg in Action

See urban management in action in Wynberg Business District Report a problem in Wynberg Business District

SWID Newsletter 3

The SWID is now being managed by Local Abode. Mikhaela Donaldson has joined Local Abode and is still managing SWID.

#LoveBraam Newsletter

The Braamfontein Improvement District has produced a newsletter with updates from across the precinct.

CID Forum to relaunch as Gauteng Precinct Management Association

The Johannesburg CID Forum has until recently, existed as an initiative of the Johannesburg Inner City Partnership (JICP). With the intention of increasing the impact of the CID Forum, the decision was made by current members, to establish a new, not for profit company, the Gauteng Precinct Management Association (GPMA).



With great enthusiams and excitement, we would like to inform you of our recent name change – from CID Forum to GPMA.


The GPMA will function in the same way and offer the same services as the CID Forum.