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PRESENTATION NATIONAL PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE DR NDIVHU LUKHWARENI & AMOS MBOWENI 29 June 2011, CAPE TOWN. Table of contents. Background Housing targets – 2011/12 Current projects Areas to be proclaimed Capital and Operational budget Urban Settlement Development Grant Plans

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PRESENTATION NATIONAL PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE

DR NDIVHU LUKHWARENI & AMOS MBOWENI

29 June 2011, CAPE TOWN

table of contents
Table of contents
  • Background
  • Housing targets – 2011/12
  • Current projects
  • Areas to be proclaimed
  • Capital and Operational budget
  • Urban Settlement Development Grant Plans
  • Project Implementation Plans Issued
  • Service providers appointed
  • Other plans – 2011/12
  • Potential risks and constraints
  • Way forward
background
Background
    • The City of Tshwane has approximately 130 400 households residing in 59 informal settlements.
      • 27 inherited from Metsweding
  • These informal settlements are commonly located on:
    • Land that is undevelopable such as on dolomitic soil conditions, road and rail reserves, flood plains and other environmentally sensitive or dangerous areas.
    • Private or public land which is developable but where funds are not available and/or inadequate for immediate development or resettlement.
    • Tribal land.
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Areas to be proclaimed - 2011/12
  • Nelmapius Ext 6
  • Mamelodi Ext 20
  • Kudube Unit 3
  • Refilwe Block G
  • Soshanguve MM
  • Soshanguve Y Ext 1
  • Soshanguve X Ext 1
  • Soshanguve SS Ext 5
areas to be proclaimed 2011 12 cont
Areas to be proclaimed – 2011/12 cont...

9. Soshanguve School sites 429R and 1865P (2)

10. Soshanguve School sites 1747HH, 184JJ,526/945JJ and 541 GG (4 sites)

11. Soshanguve school Sites 181/183X,1544/1545, 1653/1654,845 Y, 1008V and 1056T (6 sites)

12.Soshanguve PP1

13. Soshanguve PP2

14. Soshanguve PP3

15. Olievenhoutbosch Ext 26

16. Olievenhoutbosch Exts 24 and 25

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Urban Settlement Development Grant (USDG) – Time lines and approval

  • Letter of intent - 14 February
    • Cities submit a letter indicating their intent to participate in the programme
  • Draft built environment plan submission – 31 March
    • Cities submit a draft built environment plan
    • DHS, NT, CoGTA and Presidency comment on the built environment plan
    • Consensus from stakeholders sought for approval to council
  • Built Environment Plan Evaluation panel - 11 20 April 2011
    • Assessment & evaluations of city built environment draft submissions
    • Individual consultations with each city by all key stakeholders for review purpose
  • Second draft submissions – 12 May
  • Final Submission- 7 June
    • Legislated timeframe in terms of the DoRA is 30th May, in line with the approval of the Budget
    • Flexibility allowed to accommodate minor adjustments from Council.
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USDG – BEPP (2)

  • BEPP – Built Environment Performance Plan as required by National Treasury developed and presented to both National Treasury and National Human Settlements on 17 May 2011
  • Comments incorporated
  • Consultations in process
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Service Providers Appointed (3)

  • Formalisation - Phumaf (Phumelela Africa Professional Engineers PTY (LTD)
    • To provide Professional Resource Team Services in the planning and implementation of the relating to formalisation programmes;
    • Amend the prioritization of the identified various formalisation projects in line with formalisation Implementation Plan due to funding requirements and availability;
    • Project Manage and execute all formalisation projects and aspects of the programmes, etc
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Service Providers Appointed

  • Winterveldt Urban Renewal Programmes
    • Winterveldt – Maluleke, Luthuli Development Planners
    • 30 000 mixed development units planned
    • Partnership with Gauteng Department of Housing and Local Government (GDLGH)
    • Task team established (CoT and GDLGH)
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Service Providers Appointed (2)

  • Turn Key development
    • Thorn tree View – SAFDEV SSDC (PTY) LTD
    • Expected yield 13 000 low cost units
    • Typologies: Low cost, rental and gap
    • 2 109 serviced stands in the 2010/11 financial year
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Other plans

  • Procurement process
    • Call for expression of interests for professionals and developers in place
  • Human Resources
    • New Directorate: Human Settlements Planning approved
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Other plans (3)

  • Municipal Housing Development Plan (MHDP) in the process of being reviewed
  • Spatial Development Framework (SDF) also in the process of being reviewed
  • Linked to Tsosoloso Programme
  • All the above to incorporate new regions (i.e. Metsweding, Nokeng tsa Taemane and Kungwini)
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Potential risks and constraints

  • Bulk infrastructure availability ( esp. North-East Region)
  • Availability of land (esp. Mamelodi - sterilised)
  • Land claims
  • Land availability agreements (e.g. Habitech)
  • Capacity (Human resources)
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Way forward

  • Procurement of professional teams and developers
  • Finalisation of the Municipal Housing Development Plan
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