Current Projects – new

We are currently working on three exciting projects-

  • Paterson Park, Norwood for Johannesburg City Parks and Zoo
  • Northgate Heights residential development
  • Inner City Parks Public Participation for Johannesburg City Parks and Zoo

Read more below and also see the selection of completed projects

Locality: Norwood, Johannesburg
Client: Johannesburg City Parks and Zoo
Budget: R 8 million (phase 1 & 2)
Completion date: June 2018


Brief description

The Paterson Park upgrading compliments a stormwater channel daylighting and re-naturalisation project by the Johannesburg Development Agency that transformed the park into a new and exciting recreation facility.

The park upgrading is being implemented over two phases, with Short Road Park on the north-western side of the precinct as phase 1 and Paterson Park as phase 2. Recreation facilities include three children’s play areas, two outdoor gym areas, a circular walkway around Paterson Park, crossing the new day lighted stormwater channel with two pedestrian bridges and a walkway linking Short Road with Paterson Park.

Short Street Park included a major clean-up and removal of alien invasive vegetation to doubling the usable space in the park.

Locality: Northgate, Johannesburg
Client: One Triple L (Pty) Ltd
Budget: R 1,6 million
Completion date: Early 2018 (phase 1 and 2 completed)


Brief description

Indigenous and hardy, water-wise plants were selected for the residential development, providing seasonal colour at the entrance and in private gardens.

Locality: Region F, Johannesburg
Client: Johannesburg City Parks and Zoo
Budget: multi-year budget for construction : to be confirmed
Completion date: June 2018


Brief description

Johannesburg City Parks and Zoo (JCPZ) identified four parks for upgrading using a multi-year budget from 2017 until 2020, located in Ward 58 ad 59, Region F. Three parks in Jan Hofmeyr, ward 58 and Joubert Park in the CBD of Johannesburg are included in the process. Two further parks in ward 58 were identified for needs assessment only, to enable future planning by JCPZ.

KH Landscape Architects is appointed to coordinate Public Participation for needs assessment as part of the design development process, working in collaboration with Ikamva Consulting and Blueprint Landscape Architecture.

KH Landscape Architects compiled the needs assessments, scored the needs / wish lists and prepared project reports on each park for the client. The needs / wish lists were used during the design development by Blueprint Landscape Architecture. Designs for the three parks in Jan Hofmeyr were presented to the community for approval, prior to commencing with the procurement process for a successful contactor.