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  • South Public Transport Corridor

  • North Public Transport Corridor

  • Roll-Out of IRPTN


  • Aligning Budgets to Integration ZonesZones:Categorisation of spaces and formulation of metropolitan integrated development programs for each type of space.Integrated programmes tailored to the different kinds of areas.

    3 Zones proposed: Dense Urban SuburbanNon-Urban

  • Three Integration Zones

    Dense Urban contains around 50% of population, bulk of economic activity

    Needs to be densified

    Big investments in mixed use type development & support infra

    Place to rapidly grow economy & serve maximum number of people

  • Planning Projects

    Well aligned with Dense Urban IZ

    Focused on ToD, densification etc

    Moving into implementation

  • Integrating townships into the movement & economic system

    Revitalising township nodes & stimulating economic development

    Supporting transit-oriented development

    Urban Network Strategy (NDPG) Precincts / Nodes / Hubs

  • Economic Programmes incl NDPG

    Well aligned with Dense Urban IZ where bulk of spend is occuring but also serving other areas

    Range of intervention types

  • EconomicDurban Investment Dashboard

    Predominantly private sector development proposals

    Mostly within close proximity to N2 and N3

    eThekwini cannot afford to roll out new infra without carefully considering ROI and the efficient use of the infrastructure

    Need to resolve infra phasing plan

    Infra financing solutions required

    Developer contributions policy

  • HousingAll Current & Proposed Projects

    Bulk of informal settlements on edge of Dense Urban IZ- many of which to be formalised in-situ

    Most Greenfields sites also on edge of Dense Urban IZ. Northern projects well located to airport growth corridor

    Some well located greenfields- here densification is crucial

    Need for more densification projects in CBDs

    Critical that National brings in a densification subsidy & that we give more emphasis to social & rental housing

  • Housing Prioritisation Model: Proposed In Situ Upgrades & RuralOverlaid on Integration Zones

  • Housing Prioritisation Model: Proposed GreenfieldsOverlaid on Integration Zones

  • HousingIdentified Mega / Catalytic Projects

    All very well located and show the direction in which Human Settlement projects need to move (i.e mixed use/income, higher density)

    Typologies and funding models become critical

    Institutional issues around higher density lower income housing (body corporates etc) critical

    Good partnerships with private sector

  • Economic, Housing Catalytic Projects & PTIn or Near Implementation

    Nice spatial proximity between Housing and Economic projects

    Well positioned to PT trunks

    Good mix of development types which means we have revenue-absorbing and revenue-generating elements in the same project- makes for financial viability.

    The integration/alignment of dept programs & projects is key & the proper scheduling of funds on the Capital Budget will allow integrated implementation

  • Social Node Hierarchy

    Nodes are modeled in best locations to afford highest accessibility to catchments

    High Order facilities (high thresholds) must be located in metro or sub-metro nodes. High foot traffic supports public transport and economic development

    Guide facilities into clusters to better serve residents

    Co-ordinate municipal, provincial & state budgets

    Deal with Backlogs & New Growth

    Operational pressures

  • Existing Backlogs

  • Higher Order Backlogs

  • Higher Order Backlogs NorthCBD

  • Higher Order Backlogs SouthCBD

  • Project examplesThe BEPP promotes integrated planning, budgeting & implementation

    Project examples that reflect integrated planning, budgeting and implementationMnini MPCCMpumalangaCornubiaEtc

    Benefits:Residents receive a better productWe look better in eyes of the public/electorateSavings are achieved through higher utilisation levelsThe private sector invests (increasing employment creation as well as rates revenue- which allows us to fund our social programme)

  • MNINI THUSONG CENTRE Craft & Trader Stalls LED Support Centre Community Hall Government Offices Sizakhala centre, home affairs, pension pay out, social welfare, SAPS, Post Office, labour, shared office space for: DED, DOT Transport, SEDA

  • Wastewater Masterplan 2012/13Ultimate Wastewater Treatment Systems with Integration Zonesshowing Current Spare Treatment Capacity (Ml/day) in each System

  • Ecodev Projects: LayoutsPriority Economic Developments 1. DTP & Surrounds NorthWatershed

  • Ecodev Projects: OutcomesPriority Economic Developments Flags: Compensation Land / Effluent Discharge Licence

    1. DTP & Surrounds North(Trade Zone 2, Inyaninga Phase 1, Inyaninga Phase 2, uShukela)New Economic Development: 248ha

    Amounts per Year (Rm)14/1515/1616/1717/1818/19Anticipated Spend on Infrastructure:All Agencies1.752.2168.4247.946.8Anticipated Spend on Infrastructure:eThekwini Only0.044.5116.4193.346.8Currently on eThekwini MTEF0. on MTEF -0.2-5.5116.4173.346.8

  • Ecodev Projects: Outcomes5 Priority Economic Developments 367#Excludes secondary road network (ETA to develop framework).*Also provides services for 3 500 dwelling units.**Includes R140m WWTW expansion to service wider catchment.

    Development SummaryDevelopableArea (ha)Cost of Bulks (Rm)Bulks Cost (Rm) / haAnticipated Rates (Rm) / AnnumeThekwini Shortfall on 15/16, 16/17DTP North2485572.2730111DTP South180406#2.331074.0Cornubia1328626.5*460100Hammarsdale159421**2.619082

  • R1.3bn anticipated rates return per year is fully realised over 20 years.Annual rates increase @ R68m per year (for 40ha development)Priority Economic DevelopmentsLikely 40ha per Year Scenario with Rates Return Cumulative Rates if Ring-fencedBased on anticipated rates return per year of R68mill, we have R340mill pa capital to pay for infrastructure

  • Straw Dog: Roll-Out of Developments based on 40 ha per year(20ha Industrial / 20ha Commercial)2015202020252030Dube Trade Zone PrecinctHammarsdale Old IndustrialHammarsdale KeystoneInyaninga Phase 1Cottonlands / Action GroupCornubia Business HubN2 Business EstateCornubia Town CenterMarshall Dam Mixed UseuShukelaInyaninga Phase 2DTP Support Zone 2Industrial ProjectsCommercial Projects

  • Priority Economic Developments: Likely 40ha per Year Scenario Gap Analysis

  • Synopsis of Catalytic Projects

    Big Bang, One-Offs, Big Impact at Sub-Metropolitan, Metropolitan, City-Region, Provincial, National or Continental Scales

    Mega-scaleorStimulate a chain of new projectsorBe in highly strategic places

    Should be on PT corridors or national trade routes

    Land Uses Economic, Mixed or Social Uses

  • Catalytic Projects by Project Cycle


    NoteImplementation needs a different level of effort, intervention, and management structure from Preparation

  • Catalytic Projects in, near Implementation*105 Bn Private Investments 35 Bn Public140 Bn Total Investments 3 Bn Rates p.a.205,000 Permanent Jobs 55,000 Homes, half via subisidies 9.50 Million sqm Lettable Floor

  • Summary # 1 Catalytic Projects in, near Implementation *

  • Summary # 2 Catalytic Projects in, near Implementation *

  • Budget alignment with Catalytic Projects

    Table 2a: Catalytic Projects "In or Near Implementation"2015/162016/172017/18Back of Port1.01.05.0Bridge City Intermodal157.0143.041.0Rail Corridor C2 - Bridge City to Umlazi10.010.00.0Road Corridor C3 - Bridge City to Pinetown447.5401.3436.9Centrum33.695.0280.1DTP & Surrounds52.075.778.1Greater Cornubia409.3298.0327.0Keystone3.527.698.5Point3.60.71.0Warwick17.316.820.0King Edward Node0.00.00.0

    Table 3Northern Aqueduct90.090.091.4Western Aqueduct355.4300.0228.5

  • Catalytic Projects in Preparation*10 Bn Private Investments18 Bn Public28 Bn Total Investments36,000 Homes, mostly thru subisidies1.07 Million sqm Lettable Floor Space

  • What have we achieved on the BEPP?Set up Municipal Spatial Integration ForumEmergence of a single narrativeAlignment of sectoral plans although lots of historical commitments etcAgreement on Integration Zones Agreement on Catalytic Projects that are game changers as they are financially sustainable Dedicated resources for Catalytic ProjectsPartnerships emerging with the private sectorCatalytic Projects introduced as a separate line item in Capital Budget Spatial budgeting being introducedSupport at top management level & agreement that the BEPP be institutionalised in the CMs Office (under CSO)ICDG Planning projects will produce a pipeline of good capital projectsICDG KPIs taking shape- the right mix of rationalised strategic KPIsMore partners coming on board:realise the BEPP is a good vision


    Affects Core Infrastructure such as Interchanges, Bridges, National and Provincial Roads within the Metro

    Critically Affects Economic Projects

    Significantly Affects Sustainable Human Settlements for the whole range of Social Facilities

  • Challenges Key Environmental Approvals WATER USE LICENCES & CONVERSION FROM AGRIC

    Additional capacity needed in Treatment Works in order for development applications to be approved. Wa