Good news for Woodstock and the Woodstock Improvement District. The recent AGM, held on 3 November 2021 at the WID offices, has seen the approval of the new 5-year term extension of the Woodstock Improvement District from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2027.
Providing top-up cleaning and security services to one of Cape Town’s oldest residential and business nodes since May 2005, the Woodstock Improvement District has been under new management since September 2020. Led by Geocentric, who have been working with city improvement district initiatives since 2001 and responsible for a total of eleven of Cape Town’s improvement districts including WID and the nearby Salt River, Maitland and Wynberg, the WID’s successes of the last year are a tribute to this team’s experience and increased on-the-ground presence with more security personnel than ever before.
2021 Woodstock Improvement District stats
Since 1 January 2021 – 30 June 2021
- 5960 public safety incidents recorded
- 326 shopping trollies recovered
- 170 wheelie bins recovered
- We drove 56,181 patrol kilometres with two patrol vehicles
- Bags of litter picked up and removed – 31,239
- Cleared illegal dumping sites – 329
- Public Litter Bins serviced – 263
- Illegal posters removed – 102
- Urban defects and service requests logged and attended to – 336
- Drains cleaned – 123
- Removed dead animals – 15