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Earlier in 2015, the Municipal Demarcation Board (MDB) embarked on a process to rearrange ward boundaries. Because of growth along the Atlantic seaboard and in Hout Bay this was necessary to keep the numbers of registered voters in each ward below 18,950. 

Following local government elections in August 2016, Green Point became part of a new Ward 115 together with Three Anchor Bay, Mouille Point, the Waterfront, De Waterkant, parts of the CBD, Woodstock, Salt River and Paarden Eiland with Dave Bryant as the Councillor. 

The area with which the GPRRA concerns itself lies between Boundary road to the east and Glengariff, Mutley, Camberwell, Main and Rocklands roads to the west.  The north and south boundaries are from the mountain to Western Boulevard incorporating the Green Point Common.