The Johannesburg City Improvement District (CID) Forum represents and promotes Sustainable Place Management and Urban Management institutions, initiatives and individuals throughout Johannesburg.
The CID Forum has been established as a platform from which City Improvement Districts in Johannesburg can share information, follow international trends and keep track of issues that have an impact on City Improvement Districts as a collective.
Each City Improvement District is unique but collectively they are all affected by the decisions of Council and the public sector.
QUICK FACTS : CIDS IN JOHANNESBURG INNER-CITY April 2016
(info on Northern CIDs to follow)
The Department of Energy has a mandate to promote the use of renewable energy, initiate projects to advance the use of renewable energy and annually monitor the precise quantity of energy produced from renewable energy.
Waterless urinals/ Urine diversion systems from Liquid Gold can save fresh drinking water, reduce sewer costs and reduce water pollution while producing energy and fertilizer as a byproduct.
"Mashaba's administration would make sure that those who wanted to invest in the city centre were incentivised."
By Penwell Dlamini for www.bdlive.co.za on 5th October 2016
Join the #MESGiveALittle Campaign, and step into the shoes of a homeless person. The 'give a little campaign' challenges you to give a little comfort, dignity, thought, love, hope and time in honour of a homeless person.
The MMC for Transport (COJ), Cllr Nonhlanhla Makhuba will champion a number of activities as part of October Transport Month. The City of Johannesburg's theme for Transport Month is "Safe streets and transport for all".
"Rentals for new, premium-grade offices in Rosebank have recently surpassed those in Sandton, according to the latest data from Jones Lang LaSalle."
Property: Formula for success BY Joan Muller, 09 SEPTEMBER 2016