Notice of two draft policies for public comment:
“Nodal review” and “Inclusionary Housing Incentives, Regulations and Mechanisms” for the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality
Notice is hereby given in terms of section 20 (3) Of the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act (no. 16 f 2013) that the City of Johannesburg has published two draft policies for public comment being:
1. Draft Nodal Review
The Draft Nodal Review was called for by the Spatial Development Framework 2040, and outlines the aims of the Nodal Review, the process that was followed in reviewing the nodes in the city, and describes a new ‘transect’ or ‘development zone’ approach which is an evolution of the nodal strategy. It then indicates the development guidelines that should be applied in each of the development zones of the city.
2. Draft Inclusionary Housing Incentives, Regulations and Mechanisms
The Spatial Development Framework 2040 for Johannesburg, the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act (16 of 2013, SPLUMA) and the City of Johannesburg Municipal Planning By-Law (2016) all make provision for inclusionary housing to be implemented in the City. As such, since early 2017, the City of Johannesburg has been investigating and developing a policy that is now in a draft stage and ready for public comment.
The City would like to invite comment on the documents from any party that may be interested.
2. For viewing at City Transformation, 10th Floor, Metro Centre, 158 Civic Boulevard, Braamfontein, Johannesburg
3. On request via e-mail from firstname.lastname@example.org
Any comment/representation/objection in respect of the Draft Nodal Review and/or the Draft Inclusionary Housing Incentives, Regulations and Mechanisms should be addressed to Mr D Weakley, City Transformation and Spatial Planning at:
email@example.com or delivered by hand to City Transformation, 10th Floor, Metro Centre, 158 Civic Boulevard, Braamfontein or by post to PO Box 1049, Johannesburg, 2000. It would be appreciated if comments on each policy could be submitted separately.
The closing date for comment is 60 days after the appearance of this notice (28 February 2018)