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CTMM PRESENTATION TICP CLIENT LAUNCH. Date: Venue:. 9/11/2005 SARB Conference Centre. PROBLEM STATEMENT. National Government historically located in Tshwane. The following key problems were identified: - Spatial fragmentation of Government accommodation

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CTMM PRESENTATIONTICP CLIENT LAUNCH

Date:

Venue:

9/11/2005

SARB Conference Centre


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PROBLEM STATEMENT

  • National Government historically located in Tshwane.

  • The following key problems were identified:

  • -Spatial fragmentation of Government accommodation

  • -Inconsistent accommodation standard(s)

  • -Poor condition(s) of current accommodation


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STRATEGIC RESPONSE

  • June 2004 P.O.A (Presidency) prioritised the improvement of the physical work environment of National Government

  • Continued presence of Government within the Inner City to:

    -Assist broader social and economic development

    -Prevent decay

    -Attract investor(s) by acting as a catalyst


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STRATEGIC ROLE OF CITIES

  • Concentration(s) of economic activity

  • Strategic drivers of growth and development

  • Repositories of national culture

  • -Archives

  • -Freedom Park, etc.

  • Seat of Government

  • Head quarters of Government Department(s)

  • Official residence of head of state(s)

  • Places of assembly for national celebration(s)

  • (Capital Alliance Conference; October, 2005)


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Place of Choice

The Capital of Culture in Africa, where all aspects of being (South) African can be celebrated

The Functional and Symbolic Heart of the Capital City of South Africa and Africa

DERIVING THE VISION

Tshwane Vision: the leading international African capital city of excellence that empowers the community to prosper in a safe and healthy environment

Being the leading governance city

in Africa

Being the embodiment

of what it means to be (South) African

Being the prime urban working and living centre in Tshwane


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Developing the North

Maintaining existing

Urban Areas

Strengthening

economic clusters

Celebrating the capital

Building Social Cohesion

Sound Financial Fundamentals

Strong Developmental Municipal Institution

TSHWANE CITY DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY

  • CDS is an Action Plan for equitable growth in the city to improve the quality of life for all

  • Public investment to be guided by the City Development Strategy

  • Focus Area IV:Celebrating the National Capital and Repositioning the Inner City as a vibrant cultural and government centre


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CDS SALIENT FEATURES (CONTINUED)

  • 6 IDP Strategic Focus Areas, including:

    • To enhance Tshwane’s national status as the capital of South Africa

  • MSDF

    • Inner City has been demarcated as the Capital Core


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SPATIAL/PHYSICAL INTERVENTIONS

Programs and Actions


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ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • CTMM is responsible for:

    -Urban Development

    -Urban Management

    -Co-funding (+ R2 billion)

  • NDPW is responsible for:

    -Concept origination(s)

    -Lion share funding (+ R10 billion)

    -Programme Management


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IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY

  • Programme Manager to be appointed

  • Fully fledged Unit to be established

  • 100% participation in Programme Management and all related structures

  • IDP and MTEF review and integration

  • OPEX and CAPEX integration

  • Progress reporting to Council and MayCo and issue itemisation

  • Programme review(s)

  • Continued political support and sponsorship


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THANK YOU


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