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To achieve a viable fashion district that is safe and secure, the JDA has embarked on City Improvement District (CID) plans that aim to promote good urban management. This will be achieved through upgrading of the public environment and the entire infrastructure of the area, including roads and telecommunications and the refurbishment of surrounding old buildings.

To achieve a viable fashion district that is safe and secure, the JDA has begun making plans for a city improvement district (CID) that aims to promote good urban management. This will be achieved through upgrading the public environment and the entire infrastructure of the area, including roads and telecommunications, and the refurbishment of surrounding old buildings.

The upgrade will involve the introduction of urban amenities, and prioritising pedestrian use of the area.

Another unique feature of the district is the gateways in the form of garment patterns, which give it a particular character.

There is a concentration of art deco buildings. Once these are restored they will highlight Johannesburg's architectural heritage and help to affirm its position as one of the world's most impressive art deco capitals.