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Welcome to the Groote Schuur Community Improvement District (GSCID)

The GSCID in partnership with UCT, commercial and educational institutions in the area, aims to create a safer, cleaner and rejuvenated environment for all by providing ‘top up’ services to those provided by the City of Cape Town (CCT).

UCT proposes to partner with commercial and educational institutions situated in this area ( click here to view map) to establish and provide the initial funding towards the formation of the GSCID.

 

 GSCID Vision:

“The GSCID seeks to improve its public environment to make it a sought after, attractive and pleasant destination in which to live, work and shop.”

GSCID Mission:

“The GSCID seeks to create a partnership between UCT, the Groote Schuur Community, and the City of Cape Town, to improve and upgrade the public environment for the benefit of all.”

  • For more news and information about the City of Cape Town in the GSCID area go to www.capetown.gov.za and for area-specific material go the subcouncils portal http://www.capetown.gov.za/en/subcouncils/Pages/Home.aspx.
  •  GSCID falls within two different subcouncils SC15 http://www.capetown.gov.za/en/subcouncils/yoursubcouncil/Pages/default.aspx?subcouncilcode=15  and SC20 http://www.capetown.gov.za/en/subcouncils/yoursubcouncil/Pages/default.aspx?subcouncilcode=20 There you will find contact details, budgets, projects, ward committees, subcouncil agendas and resolutions, etc. 
  •  The University is the largest stakeholder in GSCID both in terms of its financial contribution and its property holdings. It has a very active and information-filled website www.uct.ac.za and a constant flow of news.
  • “Membership is open to all the property owners who are encouraged to apply for membership so that they exercise their rights to influence the business of the CID. Membership cannot be denied and the property owner is entitled to attend, participate and vote at the Company meetings held under the auspices of the Companies Act.

    Should a member be unable to attend they may give another individual their proxy to attend and vote on their behalf. Non-members may attend and participate but cannot vote and as such may thus have limited influence on the CID activities.”