JOHANNESBURG has drawn up a range of important strategies to help it meet its vision of being a world-class African city. These are completed after intensive consultation with the public and other stakeholders.
The pivotal plan is the City's Growth and Development Strategy, which sets out the vision and mission of Johannesburg's long-term development strategies. This is supported by the City's Integrated Development Plan, which looks at the way forward over a five-year period. The IDP is reviewed and revised every year.
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Customer Service Charter 2015/16
Customer Service Charter
The Johannesburg Declaration on Ecomobility in Cities
Representing cities committed to sustainable and low carbon development, we hereby commit to and request all spheres of government to prioritise sustainable urban mobility by agreeing to bold decisions for ambitious actions at the UN-Climate Summit in December 2015 (COP21, Paris) and the Habitat III Conference in October 2016 (Quito). Read More
Joburg 2040 GDS
We've developed a growth and development strategy to take us into 2040. It is a strategy that not only provides a vision of the future, but importantly, defines clear outcomes against which to measure progress.
Other key plans and City documents:
(Listed alphabetically within their sectors)
Information statement on the proposed establishment by the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Mubicipality of Municipal Entity/Entities for the operating of telecommunications network and for the provision of telecommunication services. Read More