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What's the plan



Our key projects to uplift the city ...

Corridors of Freedom

Corridors of Freedom

Transport-orientated development will see Joburg overturn apartheid-era town planning, by bringing services, schools and work opportunities.
Priority Areas

Priority Areas

The shape of the future city will see development in what we've identified to be priority areas.
Greenways

Greenways

The JDA's flagship Bus Rapid Transit system is the result of renewed interest in investing in public transport to build liveable cities.
parkstation

Cultural hub

Park Station is to be turned into a gateway to Africa, with a public place that is a celebration of African food and culture.

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News from the JDA

What's the Plan? Join us, discover, engage!

Residents, investors, planners, officials, the media, consultants and students interested in the regeneration of inner city Joburg are invited to engage with the JDA's informative, interactive exhibition, What's the Plan?

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Exhibition to chart evolution of Joburg's inner city planning

What's the Plan, a multimedia exhibition taking place in Maboneng in August, will chart the evolution of the changing approaches to regeneration and spatial planning in inner city Johannesburg from 2000 to 2015.

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R5bn Gauteng Government Precinct for Joburg CBD

Joburg's inner city regeneration drive will receive a massive boost over the next three to five years, following the launch of a R5-billion project to build a new precinct to house the offices of the Gauteng Provincial Government.

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Dignity restored for Carter Primary learnersDignity restored for Carter Primary learners

Learners at Carter Primary School in Alexandra celebrated the restoration and upgrading of the school's toilet and washroom facilities by the Johannesburg Development Agency.

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New hall brings joy to Welizibuko PrimaryNew hall brings joy to Welizibuko Primary

There was great excitement at Welizibuko Primary School in Nancefield, Soweto over the completion of a much-anticipated new hall by the Johannesburg Development Agency.

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