General Information

A detailed HIA has been done by Rocco Bosman, architects and heritage specialist practitioners. Please click on the links below to download and read the various parts of the report.

-= The main report =-
-= Relevant reference photos =-
-= Public comments =-
-= Recommended interventions =-
-= Annexure 1 – Historical report =-
-= Annexure 3 – Affected heritage resources =-

Photobook for sale! We have produced a gorgeous, limited edition photobook. With 60 pages and over 300 photographs covering many years worth of walking in and conservation of the reserve this R300 book makes an excellent gift idea or keepsake. Contact us for your copy.

The Modderfontein Conservation Society is a volunteer body that helps preserve the Modderfontein Reserve which is located in Modderfontein, Johannesburg, South Africa.

We give guided walks around the Reserve and we hold a monthly talk on a nature related topic at the Modderfontein town hall. The Reserve is a great place to take a nature walk or spot birds so please look at our schedule of events on the “Walks & Talks” page to see when the next walk or talk is on.

The Society’s objectives are as follows :

1. To actively recruit members from Modderfontein and surrounding communities and encourage interest in conservation, with a view to maintaining a suitable balance between its many aspects.

2. To strive for the protection and management of indigenous flora and fauna, including bird species.

3. To encourage and promote interest in preserving the natural and historical aspects of Modderfontein.

4. To act as environmental watchdog within the Modderfontein area.

5. To provide guidance to AECI, Residents Associations and local authorities on policy regarding the purpose, use and development of the Modderfontein Reserve.

6. To formulate and maintain policy on the removal and replacement of alien plant species in the Reserve.

7. To act as advisors on the development of the Reserve.

8. To facilitate experiential environmental education and training for school children from a full range of cultural backgrounds.

9. To promote environmental research projects at secondary and tertiary education levels, and post-graduate studies.

10. To co-ordinate and encourage special interest activities in the form of special conservation sub-groups.

Should you wish to join the Society, our application form can be downloaded here.

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