Rosebank provides an array of entertainment to its residents and visitors at a variety
of shopping malls, pavement cafes, restaurants, markets, luxurious hotels, cinemas,
arts galleries and night clubs.
Rosebank has a thriving art scene with a number of galleries and dealers trading
in all mediums along the 'art strip' which includes the more established Goodman and
Kim Sacks galleries.
Rosebank is outdoors and pedestrian friendly – Due to its compact size, visitors, residents
and employees are able to walk the area, enjoying the outdoor atmosphere, en route
to their destination.
Rosebank's infrastructure projects and property developments augur well for the
future of the node. Areas located directly around future Gautrain Stations are
attracting great interest.
New property rates deadline
Johannesburg city council said the decision was made following a number of appeals from customers for more time to inspect and submit queries.
Residents said they had not received notification letters on the new Supplementary Valuation Roll timeously due to the recent postal strike and limited access to the municipal website.
The Municipal Property Rates Act provides for the roll to be inspected for a minimum of 30 days but the municipality initially opened it for 45 days.
In addition to the extended date, valuations personnel will from 2 July be available to assist customers who wish to inspect the roll and lodge objections at all the walk-in-centres at city regional offices.