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The City realises the impact that the recent looting incidents have on already struggling property owners. It urges its customers to approach CoJ to have their damaged properties revalued.read more
As a member of F.I.R.M, JPOMA would like to reiterate the call for property owners and tenants across the city to fly the South African flag from their buildings or display a South African flag on their premises.read more
CoJ is in the process of reviewing/amending the City of Johannesburg Municipal Planning By-Law 2016. Public to submit comments by 30 July.read more
SAPOA is busy collating data on looted and or damaged commercial and retail properties.read more
JPOMA hosted a webinar on 5 July on How To Find Tenants and Keep Them. Watch the recording here.read more
On the 2nd June 2021 JPOMA hosted a Webinar with the City Of Johannesburg Rates Department. The Rates Department is asking for property owners’ assistance in preparing for the GV2022.read more
The JPOMA Annual General Meeting was held on 17 June 2021.
The following directors were appointed, with Nic Barnes remaining as Chairman;
Following JPOMA’s public condemnation of CoJ tariff increases (see press release HERE) the following coverage has appeared in the media;read more
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