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City of Johannesburg Inclusionary Draft for Public Comment

The City of Johannesburg is calling on residents, developers and other relevant stakeholders to engage with two draft policies that went out for public comment on Wednesday, 28 February 2018.

Inclusionary housing is a programme which requires and incentivises private developers to dedicate a certain percentage of new housing developments to low income and low middle-income households at affordable housing cost.

According to the Spatial Development Framework 2040 for Johannesburg (SDF, 2016), 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 by the City:

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