Category: Urban Renewal

A call to fly the SA flag

As a member of F.I.R.M the CID Forum would like to reiterate the call for property owners to fly the South African flag.

Good Hood Stories on Youtube

SA Cities Network created 4 videos showcasing innovative and creative ways in which individuals and organisations around South Africa are working in partnerships to address issues of transport, food security, homelessness, community development and so much more.

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...

The Walkable Network

A number of managed areas will fall within the Walkable Network which will introduce initiatives to make the Inner City safer and easier to navigate. The Walkable Network

Good Hood Stories

SA Cities Network is looking for Good Hood Stories about a project, development or initiative that has made you proud to call yourself a resident of your city.

Review of the Spatial Development Framework (SDF)

The City of Joburg is embarking on a review of the Spatial Development Framework (SDF) and is holding preliminary consultations as per the schedule below. The SDF forms part of the City IDP and...

JPOMA letter to Executive Mayor Geoffrey Makhubo

On the 6 April 2020 JPOMA sent a proposal to The Executive Mayor of Johannesburg, Cllr Geoffrey Makhubo. The document proposes: • Immediate reinstatement of the free lifeline supply of 6kl free water, with...

Spaceblock

Spaceblock is an online platform that allows property owners to hire out their unique spaces directly to the creative industry for film shoots and events. The brainchild of property entrepreneur David Teasdale, Spaceblock takes...

WELCOME TO THE 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.