Annual General Meeting
Ongoing greening initiatives, social housing planned in parts of Woodstock and the new homeless coalition were some of the key discussions during the Woodstock Resident’s Association (WRA) Annual General Meeting held on 15 October 2022 at the Woodstock Library.
Want to get more involved in your community?
We’re looking for volunteers to join the management committee and specific issue-focused task teams to benefit the neighbourhood, please email: [email protected]
Membership fee and donations
Our voluntary membership fee is R50 for the year. If you cannot afford the membership fee, you are still welcome to join. If you are able to make a larger donation, please do so, so WRA can provide more support to our activities and other neighbourhood initiatives.
Details for EFT
Name account: Woodstock Residents’ Association
Account N.: 1202912095
Branch code: 198765
Reference: Surname WRA 2022
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COVID-19 - VIDEO
WOODSTOCK RESIDENTS' ASSOCIATION
In front of the Woodstock Town Hall, Plein/Aberdeen St, Woodstock To stay COVID-safe, we are gathering outdoors. Chairs will be provided! If it is a hot day, please bring an umbrella to avoid sunburn 🙂
The City of Cape Town is piloting a new approach where we want residents to help us co-create their neighbourhood. Woodstock and Salt River are the first areas where we are calling on the local community to help us shape the vision for future development.
Woodstock is a designated ‘Heritage Area’ – this means that the visual streetscape is seen as a cultural asset, and is protected by law. Anyone planning to renovate or build on their property is strongly recommended to contact the Woodstock Aesthetics Advisory Body for advice.