•Lack of by-law enforcement and illegal land uses. Illegal churches create noise and traffic. There are also many unregulated crèches in the area. •Drug abuse and drug trafficking •Pockets of bad buildings in an otherwise peaceful residential setting, rent boycotts & evictions •Prevalence of unemployment & loitering around the retail areas, creating an atmosphere of danger for street users, particularly among foreign nationals •Unmanaged informal and street trade •Overcrowding in many units •Dirty, decaying, unmanaged public environment. insufficient urban management, littering and illegal dumping are big problems that bring down the whole area •Deteriorating urban infrastructure such as paving and […]
In Windsor West: –From Judges to Kings Avenues –From Beyers Naude to the golf club In Windsor East: –From Judges to Kings Avenue –From Republic Road to May Street •From the fence / perimeter of the private property to the fence / perimeter at the opposite side of the road •All private properties are excluded from this area of responsibility
WCSS is a voluntary City Investment District where we rely on member contribution to enable us to appoint our staff. ALL CONTRIBUTIONS FROM MEMBERS & DONATION FROM INVESTORS GOES TOWARDS OPERATIONAL COSTS TO IMPROVE THE AREA. THE MANAGEMENT TEAM WORK ON VOLUTARY BASIS. WCSS offer full financial accountability to our members – any contributing member or investors are welcome to request copies of management statements. Phase One: Ground Maintenance Staff to be appointed to clean up the area. And while they are working, they must report issues that they spot, to their supervisor who in turn will report it to […]
The Apexhi Trust are the first investor that donated towards WCSS. This money was paid to us in April and we are excited to get it to work towards the area.There are other private investors who are supporting us, who do not want to be named. Thank you for your trust in us! This money was used to buy basic tools, uniforms, personal protection equipment (PPE), office stationery.More investors are needed, for us to get to phase two where we plan to put in cameras and appoint foot patrollers.