City clean-up campaign

Staff from City Property’s head office met at the iconic Church Square for a clean-up

A week ago, we were cheering the Springboks on at Tshwane’s most iconic city square, and earlier this month staff continued the same winning feeling by teaming up to clean up the same spot.

Church Square is an iconic part of Tshwane’s heartbeat and City Property is a proud member of the Church Square Revival Project (CSRP). As such we believe the clean-up is an opportunity to give something positive back to the city we love and encourage companies and individuals to join our initiative.

“When we were here a week ago welcoming the Springboks, the Square came alive.  It was filled with thousands of flags, including the iconic statue in the middle dressed in the green and gold.  If we can unite behind the team like that, imagine if we all work together to take care of our surroundings what we can achieve.

“We love leading the way to make a positive impact in our communities.  For us, we want to see people and businesses around the Square not only live, but thrive”, Jeffrey Wapnick, managing director of City Property explains.

City Property believes that by doing this small act of kindness, it can lead to big things.

“We love our city and the people in it, and by ensuring a clean, accessible square we not only make it more desirable to visit, but it also claims a bit of pride back for a city that needs public spaces that reflect the character of those that use them every day.”

Our Johannesburg branches kicked off the day with a gratitude campaign to security officers and cleaners who are working tirelessly in the Johannesburg inner city.  The team thanked the group for their commitment and dedication and handed out some treats to the ladies and gents who support the functions of the various improvement districts of Johannesburg.

Kempton Place and The Fields had clean-up projects around their respective communities.