Become a member of the Glosderry CID NPC

Membership of the SRA, which is a non-profit company registered under the Companies Act, is open to all the registered property owners who are encouraged to apply for membership so that they may exercise their rights to influence the business of the SRA. Membership cannot be denied to a registered property owner and as a …

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GLOSDERRY CID AGM 2020

The Glosderry City Improvement District NPC (GCID) will be hosting an AGM. All stakeholders are invited to a review of the year’s activities and planning for 2021/22. Due to COVID-19 and the possibility of level changes, please refer to the website for further guidance on AGM meeting procedure. Date: 02 November 2020Time: 11h00Venue: Conference Room, …

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City of Cape Town COVID-19 Business Impact Survey

Good day  At the start of lock down, the City of Cape Town engaged businesses across the City on the impact that the lockdown and the COVID-19 pandemic was having on their businesses.  The inputs from that survey have been used to inform the City’s response to business support in the pandemic.  The economy is …

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Covid-19 – Essential services during nationwide lockdown

Strict regulations in place Those on the road will be required to produce a permit and proof of identification to law enforcement officers 27 March 2020 – Cape Argus – BALDWIN NDABA AND MWANGI GITHAHU ESSENTIAL services workers who will be allowed to report for work during the 21-day nationwide lockdown will do so under …

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Guide on how to Apply for a new,lost or stolen wheelie bin.

Apply for a new bin The registered property owner or property managing agent must download and fill in the Supply of Services Application Form (English | Afrikaans | isiXhosa). Please ensure that you fill in all the sections related to refuse removal. If you are renting, you will need to submit a letter of authority from the property owner or …

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Notice of AGM 2019

Notice is hereby given of the Annual General Meeting of the Glosderry City Improvement District NPC that will take place on the 30 October 2019 at 10:00 at the Conference Room, Pres Les House, 3 Wilge Road, Claremont. Resolutions presented at the AGM can only be voted on by bona fide members of the Glosderry City Improvement District NPC. This …

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MEDIA RELEASE – Mayor Plato announces City’s move to Level 3 ‘recovery’ restrictions

From Saturday 1 December 2018, water restrictions and the associated tariffs will be lowered from Level 5 to Level 3 recovery restrictions, which includes increasing the daily usage from 70 litres per person per day to 105 litres per person per day; or from 500 million litres to 650 million litres of collective usage per …

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Development Management Information (DMI) Guidelines Series

  DMI Guideline Series – A5 flyer   Full information (content of the booklets) can be downloaded from the following link : http://www.capetown.gov.za/Family%20and%20home/City-publications/publications-and-reports/building-planning-and-development

The City of Cape Town draft Budget 2018-2019 comment period is open

The City of Cape Town draft Budget 2018-2019 comment period is open Dear Cape Town residents and businesses  The draft Budget 2018-2019 is available for comment until 16:30 on Friday, 4 May 2018. A budget of R 49.1 billion will be spent in the metropolitan area to ensure that services are maintained, improved and expanded, …

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W57 | STATEMENT BY EXECUTIVE DEPUTY MAYOR: ALD. NEILSON: Let’s keep our water-saving focus Team Cape Town

CITY OF CAPE TOWN   20 MARCH 2018   STATEMENT BY THE CITY’S EXECUTIVE DEPUTY MAYOR, ALDERMAN IAN NEILSON   Let’s keep our water-saving focus, Team Cape Town   As at Monday 19 March 2018, our collective consumption over the past week was 565 million litres of water per day. Unfortunately, usage has increased by …

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Illegal Dumping in the Spotlight

  As in most areas of the Cape Metropole, the problem of illegal dumping also occurs in Glosderry and is one of the main challenges that the GCID has to contend with.  Experience has taught that people are prepared to change but only if they are constantly monitored and warned regarding the consequences of dumping.  Some incidents stem from …

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