It’s all systems go for the Johannesburg Development Agency (JDA) as it commences with the Balfour Park Transit Precinct Development. Centred on the City of Johannesburg’s spatial vision for the city, the Balfour Park Transit Precinct Development is in line with the Growth and Development Strategy 2040, and is based on the corridor Transit-oriented Development (TOD).
The new state-of-the-art Selby Rea Vaya Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) depot, which will be designated for Phase 1B and Phase 1C operations, is taking shape amongst the older, heavier industrial nodes in the inner city. The Johannesburg Development Agency (JDA), on behalf of the City of Johannesburg’s Department of Transport, has been undertaking the construction of the Selby BRT Depot [...]
Fraud Risk Management Policy - External Stakeholders. 2018/19 to 2020/21 Financial Years Introduction The JDA has a zero-tolerance approach to Fraud, Theft, Corruption, Maladministration, and Collusion by suppliers with employees. Instances of corporate fraud and misconduct remain a constant threat to service delivery. All people doing business with the JDA are encouraged to report any corrupt or illegal practice. Download [...]
Florida Clinic has been one of the City’s Johannesburg’s health care facilities which were due for redevelopment, and with the project almost at practical completion, the clinic’s revitalisation into a modern healthcare facility, designed to effectively and efficiently meet the growing healthcare needs of the local community, will be realised.
Member of the Mayoral Committee for Development Planning, Cllr Thapelo Amad and members of the Johannesburg Development Agency (JDA) board conducted an oversight tour of four priority JDA projects along the Louis Botha Corridor, and in Alexandra, on Thursday, 18 December 2020.