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This unit takes a strategic view of planning across the city. It is responsible for the development of the Spatial Development Framework (SDF) for the City and its related strategies like Urban Boundary Study, Growth Management Strategy, Density Policy, Nodal Policy.

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Herman Pienaar         
Director:  City Transformation and Spatial Planning 
011 407 6904 
082 559 3710
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Refilwe Makaula
Assistant Director:  Infrastructure Planning and Coordination  
011 407 6955
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Eric Raboshakga
Assistant Director: Strategic Spatial Planning- Regions A,B,C.
011 407 6906
081 472 7889
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Liana Strydom
Assistant Director: Strategic Spatial Planning - Regions D, E, G
011 407 6870
082 555 0618
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THIS unit takes a strategic view of planning across the city. It is responsible for the development of the Spatial Development Framework (SDF) for the City and its related strategies like Urban Boundary Study, Growth Management Strategy, Density Policy, Nodal Policy.

As a framework, the SDF addresses the following deliverables: appropriate densities, support of public transport, clustering and focus of economic activities, growth management, the enhancement and protection of residential environments, support of viable service and infrastructure provision, guiding and directing affordable housing developments, environmental management and provision of a framework for the upgrading and development of historic black townships. At a local level, the directorate is responsible for development of regional spatial development frameworks (RSDFs).

The primary aim of an RSDF is the arrangement of land use and infrastructure associated with the needs of specific communities within administrative regions. It integrates transportation, environment, education, economic development, social, residential development and other developmental requirements. Development needs, opportunities and priorities are identified. It is a process that is community and regionally based. For more details, please contact the relevant assistant director.

The directorate also takes a lead in ensuring that the allocation of the City's capital budget is in line with the City's needs and priorities. This is done through the development and management of the Capital Investment Framework. Other mechanisms and processes utilised are policies, initiation of appropriate developments, co-ordination of processes and specific precinct plans. 

SDZ Public Engagement Notice


Modderfontein Regeneration Framework

The City of Johannesburg is currently reviewing its Spatial Development Framework. Within this process, it is also considering the future development vision for the City to realise the outcomes of the GDS Joburg 2040.
Over the past year, the City of Joburg and other stakeholders have been engaging with the development team of the Zendai group on the future of Modderfontein. The intention is to formulate a spatial plan and implementation strategy that supports the City’s vision of a transformed city structure that allows for sustainable development, urban efficiencies and social and economic inclusivity.

The draft Modderfontein Framework Masterplan Report, November 2015, has been submitted for comment. Please find attached the link to the report for your consideration and kindly forward the Development Planning Department your written comments on or before 15 January 2016. Please forward to Ayanda Masuku, Strategic Urban Planner at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

The City will consider all inputs.

Draft Framework Masterplan Report  


ROSHERVILLE MASTER PLAN

The City of Johannesburg has identified Rosherville for industrial use.

Development in Rosherville Industrial Node is largely driven by the primary needs of each of the Eskom-related business clusters established in the area and the general Eskom electricity reticulation needs.

The Master Plan is the result of the need for a strategic framework for the Rosherville areas. The planning vision for the area is “to develop a safe and efficient industrial complex focused on the needs of Eskom and its business units stationed in the Rosherville Node, and to ensure that the planned intentions are progressively realized and compliant with the land use management system of the City of Johannesburg metropolitan Municipality.”

The draft Rosherville Master Plan, January 2016 has been submitted for comment. Below, please find attached the link to the report for your consideration and kindly forward the Development Planning Department your written comments on or before the 19 February 2016. Please forward to Mohini Chanderalall, Strategic Urban Planner at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

The City will consider all inputs

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