The city centre of Johannesburg, historically the heart of the city's economic activity, has seen a sharp decline since the 1970s: many buildings were abandoned, public spaces were left in decline and the crime rate rose sharply. This is particularly visible in public parks. Since the 2000s, the regeneration of the city centre is a municipal priority, and the city council has designed a strategy called "Safe Community Parks in the Inner City", to rehabilitate these spaces and make them accessible to the public.
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