Residential Investment & Development Summit

South Africa’s only multisector residential investment and development event
16-19 July 2024, Sandton Convention Centre

The Residential Investment & Development Summit is SA’s opportunity to bring together the entire residential value chain to share knowledge, collaborate and do business. The overarching objective is to create a dynamic platform and conference that not only addresses the challenges but also seizes the opportunities prevalent in residential investment and development. With a mission to bridge the gap between governmental stakeholders and the private sector, Reside actively works towards breaking down barriers hindering the progress of residential projects. Reside Summit believes in inclusivity across the entire residential value chain, providing a unique space for the exploration of diverse investment classes, innovative solutions, and promising opportunities.

The Johannesburg Property Owners & Managers Association invites members to join the Residential Investment and Development Summit. For more information regarding a DISCOUNT CODE for JPOMA members, contact Angela Rivers
Book to attend the Summit HERE

Confirmed Speakers:

Angela Rivers, General Manager, JPOMA

Corinne Breedt-Rammutla, CEO, Circle Living

Esteani Marx, CEO, Lightstone

Malani Padayachee-Saman, CEO, MPA MOT

Prof Kola Akinsomi, President, African Real Estate Society

Mahadi Buthelezi, Lead, Wecona

Palesa Ryan, Head of Origination and Coverage for Social, Health and Education, DBSA

Karabelo Pooe, CEO, NASHO

Thato Ramaili, Acting CEO, PPRA

Usindiso building fire: Call for heads to roll

Usindiso building fire: Call for heads to roll

The commission of inquiry into the Usindiso building fire found that the City of Johannesburg and the Johannesburg Property Company are partly responsible. Johannesburg Property Owners and Managers Association’s Angela Rivers says JPC should definitely be held accountable.

Watch the interview HERE

Review of CoJ Land Use Scheme

Residents and stakeholders are urged to participate in the review of the City of Johannesburg’s Land Use Scheme

The Department of Development Planning in the City of Johannesburg has called for a pre
consultation process as part of the review of the City’s Land Use Scheme policy of 2018.
The Land Use Scheme (LUS) is a legislative tool used by the City to guide and manage
development in accordance with the City’s vision, strategies, and policies.

It promotes sustainable development and quality of life for all its residents.
The LUS further outlines the development rights that are assigned to different properties and
provides property owners with a variety of possibilities for developing their properties through
various applications.

The first City of Johannesburg Land Use Scheme, as set out in Section 24(1) of the Spatial
Planning Land Use Management Act (SPLUMA), became formerly operational on 01 February 2019.

In terms of Section 27(1) of SPLUMA, the municipality is required to review its land use
scheme at least every five years.

Considering the above, the City has started a five-year review of the policy, which was first
approved by Council on 31 October 2018 and became operational on 01 February 2019.
The Member of the Mayoral Committee (MMC) for Development Planning in the City of
Johannesburg, Cllr Eunice Mgcina, said that the City’s Land Use Scheme was an important
planning tool used to regulate land use development in the City’s municipal area.

She called on residents and interested parties to participate in the review of the policy.
“I wish to call on all residents and all interested stakeholders to participate in this process to
make it as robust and inclusive as possible. We welcome all contributions, suggestions, or input
from all interested parties. We will ensure that these are considered during the review.
“I encourage all residents and our partners in development to make detailed inputs that will
assist the City in the reviewing and amending of the Land Use Scheme to make it user friendly
and investor friendly.“Ultimately, our goal is to arrive at a policy that will not only be inclusive but one that will also help us bring much-needed services to our residents to better their lives,” added MMC Mgcina.

Inputs and suggestions should be sent to: no
later than 04 April 2024.

Interested parties are invited to attend an information session on Wednesday, 13 March
2024, from 10:00 to 12:00 on MS Teams by contacting Marietjie Reinecke on 082 417 5705

Residents and interested stakeholders should please note that this is not a call for final
comment. Formal public participation processes will be conducted once the City’s Department
of Development Planning has completed the Draft Land Use Scheme amendments.