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KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government. DEPARTMENT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND TRADITIONAL AFFAIRS. MUNICIPAL INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLANS MARCH 2006 DURBAN. OBJECTIVES OF THE SESSION. TO DISCUSS THE CONSTITUTIONAL AND LEGAL CONTEXT OF IDPs TO CLARIFY THE IDP CONCEPT AND PROCESS

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KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government

DEPARTMENT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT

AND TRADITIONAL AFFAIRS

MUNICIPAL INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLANSMARCH2006

DURBAN

objectives of the session
OBJECTIVES OF THE SESSION
  • TO DISCUSS THE CONSTITUTIONAL AND LEGAL CONTEXT OF IDPs
  • TO CLARIFY THE IDP CONCEPT AND

PROCESS

  • TO INFORM ON THE IDP PROCESS AND

FRAMEWORK PLANS

  • TO HIGHLIGHT THE ROLEPLAYERS OF THE IDP PROCESS
  • TO DETERMINE THE WAY FORWARD FOR

IDPs IN MUNICIPALITIES

contents of presentation
CONTENTS OF PRESENTATION
  • CONSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR IDPs
  • IDP: CONCEPT AND PRODUCT
  • PROCESS AND FRAMEWORK PLANS
  • IDP ROLEPLAYERS AND STRUCTURES
  • THE WAY FORWARD
spheres of government
SPHERES OF GOVERNMENT

INTERDEPENDENT

INTERRELATED

NATIONAL

PROVINCIAL

LOCAL

DISTINCT

COOPERATIVE

post 1994 spheres of government
POST 1994 SPHERES OF GOVERNMENT

NATIONAL

SERVICE

DELIVERY

FUNCTIONS

LOCAL

SERVICE

DELIVERY

FUNCTIONS

PROVINCIAL

SERVICE

DELIVERY

FUNCTIONS

NATIONAL

PROVINCIAL

LOCAL

constitution section 152
CONSTITUTION SECTION 152

The objectives of local government:

  • To provide democratic and accountable govt
  • To ensure the provision of services in a sustainable manner
  • To promote social and economic development
  • To promote a safe and healthy environment
  • To encourage the involvement of communities and community organisations in local govt
constitution section 153
CONSTITUTION SECTION 153

A municipality must:

  • Structure and manage its administration and budgeting and planning process to give priority to the basic needs of the community, and to promote the social and economic development of the community; and
  • Participate in national and provincial development programmes

.

relevant legislation and policies 1
RELEVANT LEGISLATION AND POLICIES (1)
  • Constitution, Act 108 of 1996
  • Municipal Systems Act, Act 32 of 2000
  • Municipal Structures Act, Act 117 of 1998
  • White Paper on Local Government, March 1998
  • Municipal Finance Management Act, Act 56 of 2003
  • Ward Committee Hand Book and Resource Book, 2006
relevant legislation and policies 2
RELEVANT LEGISLATION AND POLICIES (2)
  • The Development Facilitation Act (DFA), Act 67 of 1995
  • The National Environmental Management Act (NEMA), Act 107 of 1998
  • The National Land Transportation Transition Act, Act 22 of 2000
relevant legislation and policies 3
RELEVANT LEGISLATION AND POLICIES (3)
  • Spatial aspects:
    • The White Paper on Spatial Planning and Land Use Management, 2001
    • The National Land Use Management Bill
    • The National Spatial Development Perspective (NSDP)
drafting review and amendment of idp
DRAFTING, REVIEW AND AMENDMENT OF IDP
  • MSA makes provision for:
  • DRAFTING:
    • Every 5 years: broadly covers Council term of office
  • REVIEW:
    • Annual review
    • Submit to MEC for assessment
  • AMENDMENT:
    • Well motivated amendments, as and when required
what is an idp
WHAT IS AN IDP?
  • A single, inclusive and strategic plan giving direction to all Development Initiatives
  • Identifies Development and Service Delivery priorities for whole municipality
  • Supports optimal allocation of scarce resources
  • Forms basis for National, Provincial and Municipal Budgeting alignment (DORA and MTEF)
idp minimum requirements
IDP Minimum requirements
  • Vision for long term development
  • Assessment of existing level of development
  • Development priorities and objectives, incl. LED aims and internal transformation needs
  • Dev. strategies, aligned with national or provincial sectoral plans and binding planning requirements
  • SDF, incl. LUMS guidelines
  • Operational strategies
  • DMP
  • Financial plan, incl. budget projection for at least the next 3 years
  • KPIs and performance targets
principles of idp
PRINCIPLES OF IDP
  • Participatory
  • Structured and systematic
  • Strategic, focused, priority-driven
  • Optimises scarce resources
  • Action and delivery orientated
  • Inter-sectoral, co-coordinating, aligning and integrating
impact of municipality without idp
IMPACT OF MUNICIPALITY WITHOUT IDP
  • No strategic management tool
  • No development vision, programmes and projects
  • Ad hoc project implementation
  • Lack of budget alignment
  • Meaningful IGR impossible
  • No community participation in needs identification
  • Co-ordination and monitoring of planning and development impossible
sectoral planning
SECTORALPLANNING

Horizontal integration

WELFARE

IDP

MUNICIPAL AREA OF IMPACT:

SDF, LUMS, BUDGET, OPMS

idp process
IDP PROCESS

INTEGRATION AND ALIGNMENT

PHASE 1: ANALYSIS

PHASE 2: STRATEGIES

PHASE 0: PREPARATIONS

PHASE 3: PROJECTS

PHASE 7: M&E &

ANNUAL REVIEW

PHASE 4: INTEGRATION

PHASE 6: IMPLEMENTATION

PHASE 5: APPROVAL

idp contents
IDP CONTENTS

VISION, STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES AND SPATIAL FRAMEWORK

WELFARE

WATER &

SANITATION

ROADS

TRANSPORT

HEALTH

EDUCATION

ENVIRONMENT

HOUSING

LEGAL & POLICY FRAMEWORK

INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK

AGRICULTURE

CONSERVATION

LOCAL

ECONOMIC

DEVELOPMENT

PUBLIC

WORKS

INTEGRATED

RURAL

DEVELOPMENT

URBAN

RENEWAL

STRATEGY

LAND REFORM

SPATIAL

PLANNING &

LAND USE

MANAGEMENT

PERF. MGT. SYSTEM BUDGET & OTHER RESOURCES

spatial planning
SPATIAL PLANNING

SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK:

“A framework that seeks to guide overall spatial distribution of current and desirable land uses within a municipality in order to give effect to the vision, goals and objectives of the municipal IDP”

spatial planning management
SPATIAL PLANNING MANAGEMENT
  • SDF with:
    • Spatial policies
    • Spatial action areas
    • Implementation plans for programmes and projects
  • Land Use Management Schemes and by-laws
  • Transportation Plans
  • Landscape Management Plans
sdf and lums
SDF AND LUMS
  • SDF sets context for Scheme
  • Scheme facilitates implementation of SDF
  • Scheme give rise to and manages rights pertaining to land use and development
strategic budgeting
STRATEGIC BUDGETING

IDP Priorities

driving the budget

Strategic Financial Decision-making

Forward

Financial Planning

Regularly challenging

the status quo

relationship between framework and process plans
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FRAMEWORK AND PROCESS PLANS

PROV IDP MGT PLAN

ALIGNMENT

DM FRAMEWORK PLAN

IDP REVIEW

BUDGET

OPMS

DM PROCESS PLAN

LM PROCESS PLAN

IDP PHASES

ANALYSE

PREP ANALYSE STRATEGIES PROJECTS ALIGNMENT APPROVAL

PREP ANALYSE STRATEGIES PROJECTS ALIGNMENT APPROVAL

STRATEGIES

PROJECTS

ALIGN

APPROVE

IMPLEMENT

M&E

PREP

relationship district and local idps
RELATIONSHIP DISTRICT AND LOCAL IDPs
  • All municipalities prepare IDPs
  • DM IDPs give strategic direction for “family of municipality IDPs”
  • DM and LM IDPs drafting process to be co-ordinated
  • DM and LM IDPs contents to be aligned and in support of each other, e.g. DMs SDFs informs LMs SDFs and vice versa
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PROPOSED ORGANISATIONAL ARRANGEMENTS

Council

Executive Committee/Mayor or Appointed Councilor

Office of the Municipal Manager

IDP Steering Committee

IDP Representative Forum

Stakeholder Structures

Ward Committee

Project Task Team

municipal council 1
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL (1)
  • Political decision-making body of

Municipality, Council:

    • Considers and adopts DM Framework

and Process Plan

    • Considers and adopts LM Process Plan
    • Determines project prioritisation criteria
  • Considers, adopts and approves the IDP and IDP Reviews
municipal council 2
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL (2)
  • Critical Generic IDP dates:
    • March - June 2006: Finalises and adopts 2006/07 IDP Review
    • July - Sept 2006: Finalises DM Framework and Process Plan for new IDP
    • March: Submits draft IDP/budget to Treasury and LGTA
    • June: Council adopts new IDP
executive committee
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Senior governing body of the Municipality:

  • Responsible for overall management, co-ordination and monitoring of the process and drafting of the IDP
  • Approves nominated persons to be in charge of different roles, activities and responsibilities of the process and drafting
ward councilors
WARD COUNCILORS
  • Link between municipal government and residents:
  • Link the planning process to their constituencies and/or wards
  • Responsible for organizing public consultation and participation
value of idps for councilors
VALUE OF IDPS FOR COUNCILORS
  • Guide priority ward/community needs identification
  • In Council decision-making on:
    • Vision, strategies, programmes, projects and budget of municipality
    • Implementation and monitoring
  • Decision-support tool to argue in favour of decisions on IGR, budget alignment & priority projects at meetings
ward committees
WARD COMMITTEES
  • Ensure community input in IDP
  • Participate through ward committee chair in IDPRF
  • Consist of ward representative members and ward councilor
community development workers and idps
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT WORKERS AND IDPs
  • Promote community participation in IDP activities such as meetings and projects
  • Disseminate information to communities on IDP drafting/review and implementation status
  • Co-ordinate sectoral integration
  • Give feed-back on community needs to inform IDP drafting
  • Assist with monitoring and evaluation of projects
role of municipal idp manager
ROLE OF MUNICIPAL/IDP MANAGER
  • Chairs IDP Steering Committee
  • Prepares Framework and Process Plan
  • Overall management and co-ordination of IDP process
  • Responds to comments on IDP documentation
  • Avails documents to inform IDP process
  • Promotes involvement of all stakeholders
  • Adjusts IDP according to MEC proposals
idp steering committee
IDPSTEERING COMMITTEE
  • Technical and Secretarial support to IDP Representative Forum
    • Commission research studies
    • Considers and comments on inputs from task teams / sector departments and from service providers
  • Takes guidance from the IDPRF
  • Drafts IDP document, i.e. processes, summarize and document outputs
  • Makes content recommendations
  • Appoints project / task teams
idp representative forum
IDP REPRESENTATIVE FORUM

COMPOSITION

  • Executive Committee
  • District Council Councilors
  • Ward / Citizens Committees
  • IDPSC members / HOD’s
  • Traditional Leaders (where applicable)
  • Organized groups / business
  • Chaired by ExCo member or nominated councilor
responsibilities of idprf
RESPONSIBILITIES OF IDPRF
  • Guides / directs IDPSC
  • Represents community / citizens interests
  • Mechanism for discussion, negotiation and decision making
  • Ensures communication between and among stakeholders
  • Monitors performance of the planning and implementation process
thank you

THANK YOU

Questions?