Join Development Planning MMC, Cllr Lawrence Khoza, in an online discussion on Green Urbanism, where the recently approved Draft Green Building Policy: New Buildings will be unpacked by a panel of distinguished speakers.
Date: 4 November
You can access the Microsoft Teams session using the following link: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_M2FkNzY0NjYtOWQ4ZC00NGMzLWE0YTktMDg5ZjcyMGNlMDlk%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%220824d779-ab6e-4b2f-b001-cf2995fc7db6%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%22a09b9fbf-d89c-49f7-b4fa-9bba2a4274ab%22%7d
Those who do not have MS Teams are welcome to stream the discussion on Facebook.
On 27 October 2020, members of Council approved the draft Green Building Policy: New Buildings, along with the draft Development Contributions Policy. The two policies will each undergo a public participation process, upon public notice, to give members of the public the opportunity to engage with the documents and submit their comments or input.
Dates for public participation are still to be released.
The draft policies are available in the links below for members of the public to scrutinise:
Development Contributions Policy
The aim of the Development Contributions policy is to simplify and integrate the development contributions process and charges for roads and stormwater, water and sewerage, electricity and public transport services across the City. It is intended to speed up the rate of development by providing greater clarity around an existing capital funding instrument that allows for the timely provision of essential bulk infrastructure required to service the needs of new development. It also aims to give further effect to section 47(2) of the City of Johannesburg Municipal Planning By-Law (2016), which indicates that the rules for levying an external engineering services contributions must be set out in a policy/by-law which is adopted and approved by the City.
Green Building Policy
In response to growing climate change concerns and an imperative to transition to sustainability, the City of Johannesburg through its Development Planning Department is in the process of drafting a policy to guide the development of green buildings within the City. The aim of the City’s first Green Building Policy is to promote resource efficiency and set high-performance standards for all new buildings within Johannesburg’s built environment, on a pathway towards a low carbon future.
JPOMA will be hosting a webinar on Property Management on the 2nd November 2020 at 3pm. Click here to register.
The topic list is below, if you have any topics or questions you would like covered, please forward them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
TPN Rental Collection and Vacancy Report (JPOMA area) – Michelle Dickens
Understanding Pitfalls and Risks – Renney Plit
Identifying Investment Opportunities – Ezra Rasethe
Tenant Placement and Management – Solly Ramalamula
Rental Management – David Beattie
Measuring Property Successes – David Beattie
Property Funding and Financing – TUHF
The City of Joburg has launched a Regionalisation Drive.
Services on offer at Regional Customer Service Centres include;
Meter reading input by customers (water & electricity); Change of ownership; Statement repository; Due date updates; Special meter reading requests; Acknowledgement of Debt; Logging of queries & general account enquiries.
TUHF is proud to present an Online Property Course hosted by the CEO of SA Property Investor’s Network, Andrew Walker, and presented by a panel of experts.
Date: 15 October 2020
Time: 11h00 to 13h00
Cost: R250 to non-TUHF clients.
Free to existing TUHF Clients.
For more information on the course, the panel of experts and how to sign up, go to www.tuhf.co.za/tuhf-online-property-course/