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Introduction to the Re Kgabisa Tshwane programme. Programme Scope and Objectives. Improve the physical working environment for 40 national government departments/agencies in the inner city of Tshwane to an acceptable norm

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programme scope and objectives
Programme Scope and Objectives
  • Improve the physical working environment for 40 national government departments/agencies in the inner city of Tshwane to an acceptable norm
  • Form a partnership with the City of Tshwane to ensure that the urban environment is improved, including urban security, public spaces, and accessibility
  • Contribute to Inner City renewal and rejuvenation
  • Develop the image of Tshwane as an important capital city in Africa
  • Contribute to BEE
  • Attract private sector investment
background
Background
  • October 1997/February 2001 – Cabinet decision that national Government headquarters to remain located in inner city of Tshwane to promote urban renewal
  • June 2004 – Presidential Programme of Action requirement for DPW and DPSA to develop a framework to improve the physical work environment for the public service
  • Re a Kgabisa programme is one aspect of process of improving the physical work environment, focusing on national government headquarters
  • 25 May 2005 - Cabinet approval of the programme
spatial development framework
SpatialDevelopment Framework

Two corridors concentrating government accommodation investments and improvements to City infrastructure

Alignment to City of Tshwane inner city development strategy

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Spatial Development Framework

Precincts along the corridors, for consolidating and clustering department accommodation around a public space network

factors informing the sdf
FACTORS INFORMING THE SDF
  • Maximise use of existing government property and Inner City infrastructure
  • Incorporate cultural and heritage sites
  • Integrate with municipal initiatives e.g. Mandela Corridor; housing, transport planning and open space developments
  • Allow for flexibility, possible expansion to include other government entities and multilaterals
benefits of concentrated development
BENEFITS OF CONCENTRATED DEVELOPMENT
  • Cost-effective investment in supporting municipal infrastructure
  • Focus efforts to improve urban management e.g. security
  • Allows for greater accessibility:
    • Transportation links
    • One-stop-shop
  • Possible sharing of facilities, egconference centers, call centers,IT infrastructure
  • Increases impact on inner city renewal and economic growth
options analysis process
Options Analysis Process
  • Jointly develop solutions with departments, to ensure that their needs are met
  • Thorough analysis of long-term needs of departments
  • Robust diligent options analysis per department to identify the most appropriate location and procurement mechanism
options anlaysis considerations
OPTIONS ANLAYSIS CONSIDERATIONS

Determination of optimal location of a department involves balancing:

  • Cost-effectiveness:
    • First preference is for Departments to remain where they are and consolidate
    • Use existing buildings where possible
  • Availability of suitably sized land parcels and buildings
  • Departments’ preferences
  • Frequency of interactions between departments
  • Possibility of clustering departments with similar mandates, creating precincts with distinct character
funding
Funding
  • Cost of options analysis process for all departments is included in DPW budget
  • On completion of the options analysis process departments will apply for budgets in accordance with the normal budgeting process (capital budget item, lease budget or register for PPP)
  • Initial estimates of overall costs:
    • Cost to CTMM = R2 billion
    • Cost to national government = R9 billion over 25 years (NPV R4 billion)
programme management
Programme Management
  • A Programme Steering Committee has been established between DPSA, DPW, NT and the CTMM, to:
    • Champion the programme
    • Oversee and monitor implementation
    • Finalise the funding strategy
    • Ensure coordinated implementation
  • MOU’s to guide collaboration process have been established between DPW/CTMM and DPW/NT
  • DPW appointment of Programme Manageras DDG leading dedicated unit to oversee the programme
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Progress (1)

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Progress (2)

way forward
Way Forward
  • Options analysis currently in process for initial group of nine departments
  • Options analysis for all departments scheduled to be completed by end of 2006
  • The bulk of the physical work will take place between 2008 and 2010, with the work due to be completed by 2014
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