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  • City Planning and Economic Development offices open

    City Planning and Economic Development offices open

    Wed, Jul 8, 2020

    The Economic Development and Spatial Planning Department offices have reopened on Wednesday, 8 July 2020.

    The following services are available to the City's customers:

    • Electronic submission (via email) of new land development applications (rezoning and township establishment)
    • Processing of all land development applications
    • Information counters for the collection of zoning certificates
    • Submission and collection of building plans
    • Building inspections and issuing of contravention notices
    • Informal and formal businesses permits and licence applications
       

      The following ten offices and/or buildings were assessed, analysed and declared ready to resume operations:
       
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    Built Environment and Enforcement

    City Planning and Development

    Akasia municipal offices, 16 Dale Avenue, Karenpark

    Built Environment and Enforcement

    City Planning and Development

    Soshanguve Block F municipal offices, Stand 2275, Block F West, cnr Commissioner and Tlhatlhagane Street

    Built Environment and Enforcement

    City Planning and Development

    Sinoville municipal offices, Kudu House Building, 240 Marija Street
    Economic DevelopmentSaambou Building, 227 Thabo Sehume Street, Pretoria
    Built Environment and EnforcementShere municipal offices, 43 Struben Road (via Graham Road)

    Built Environment and Enforcement

    City Planning and Development

    Isivuno House, 143 Lilian Ngoyi Street, Pretoria
    Built Environment and EnforcementTraffic Licencing Building, Region 7
    Economic DevelopmentOu Raadsaal Building, Church Square, Pretoria
    Built Environment and EnforcementSammy Marks Building, cnr Madiba and Sisulu Street, Pretoria
    Economic DevelopmentOu Nederlandsche Bank Building, Church Square, Pretoria

     
    We apologise for the inconvenience and delays caused. The office closures were necessary as the City had a responsibility to protect its employees and the community in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, and to comply with lockdown regulations.
     

    Members of the public visiting any of our offices to access services are expected to wear a mask and follow the regulated COVID-19 requirements applicable in our municipal buildings.  


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