HOUSING DELIVERY Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Municipality.

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  • HOUSING DELIVERY Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Municipality
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  • Declaration The Executive Mayor declared Housing as priority Vision 2020 10 Year housing program
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  • Optimisation of the Peoples Housing Process (PHP) Masangwanaville, community participation enhancement Establishment of co-operatives Establishment of Housing Associations
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  • Housing Support Centres Construction of 5 major centres Staff complement and support
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  • Strategies 58 Projects Empowerment initiatives Public / Private partnerships
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  • Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Municipalitys contribution R6 000 per site - reduced to R3 000,00 reviewal Technical support Administrative support
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  • Metro House Aims (Dignity, Integrated community, Future extension) Subsidy and Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Municipality contribution (entire subsidy utilised for super structure) (annual quantum increase review contribution) (alternate service delivery initiatives) (bulk material tender) Specification Quantum adjustment
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  • Challenges Backlog 78 000 units Eradication of informal settlements Community participation Population of organogram Major development (Urbanisation) Emerging contractor and supplier empowerment programs
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  • Challenges (continued) Previously serviced small units Erf size 50m to 100m transfers effected relocation resistance
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  • Achievements National Housing Award 2002 (Best PHP Project) Metro House 40m Establishment of leadership qualities
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  • Capacity and readiness to deliver Executive Mayor s declaration Dedicated Housing and Land Business Unit Management structure
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  • Capacity and readiness to deliver (continued) Integrated Disciplines Administration Financial support Technical support Town Planning Surveyors Building Inspectorate
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  • Capacity and readiness to deliver (continued) 5 Year Housing plan Turn-around strategy delivery workshop (20 to 21 June 2003) Provincial support Cluster approach
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  • End User Product Quality Regular site meetings and inspections Dedicated team 2 x Provincial representatives Project Managers Building Inspectorate Housing support committee representatives Beneficiaries
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  • Peri-Urban Areas 5 Development nodes (Rocklands, Kuyga, St Albans, Seaview, Witteklip)
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  • Progress To Date Layout plans generally prepared and approved EIA complete, recommendations being reviewed Acquisition of land being finalised Services design generally complete
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  • Challenges Privately owned land Bulk services Cost per capita household Limited grant funding Employment opportunities Integral transport plan
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  • Way forward Social compact review Beneficiary data confirmation Subsidy application Services and super structure Integrated communities
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  • Accreditation Application Response (Moratorium) Review Business plan and pursue
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  • HOSTEL REDEVELOPMENT PROGRAM MATTHEW GONIWE HOSTEL
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  • Background Single men s hostel - E.C. Administration Board 1987 One City - erstwhile P E Municipality
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  • Background state of affairs Overcrowding - 2 145 families - increased to 3 000 families Extreme rudimentary service - communal toilets Illegal electrical distribution Sanitation and cleaning services non- existent
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  • Action plan Establishment of committee Hostel upgrading R11 000 000 Conversion to 1 200 units Transfers effected Greenfield development
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  • Challenges Illegal occupation De-densification Insutu upgrade Limited subsidy Influx control
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  • RENTAL HOUSING STOCK
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  • Background Establishment of Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Municipality Rental stock - Uitenhage, KwaNobuhle, Port Elizabeth Total stock 13 993 units 1993 Capital discount scheme - historical cost R7 500,00
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  • Existing situation Ablution upgrade 11 750-84% sold 10 757 transferred - title deeds issued 993 Instructions pending registration
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  • Challenges 253 unit selling price in excess of R7 500,00 Community instability - family disputes Resistance Severe poverty and unemployment
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  • Strategies Establishment of social compact committee and task team Home ownership educational programs Cluster approach
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  • Future Rental Stock Development of development framework - policy Establishment of Housing Association
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  • INDIGENT POLICY Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Municipality
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  • Present scheme Introduced July 1997 Provided two schemes household income 0 to R700 per month 100% - R700 to R800 50% Services credited rates, refuse / environmental, water up to 12kl and sewerage 2001/2002 financial year - Households assisted 48 172 - Total credits R40 584 000 Approximate average account credit R70 per month
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  • New Scheme Target July 2003 Qualification criteria reviewed Benefits extended to include electricity
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  • Qualification criteria - requirements Must occupy Must not own other property Maximum household income of R1 500 pm Maximum municipal valuation Prepaid meter with consumption not exceeding 150Kwh monthly average
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  • Benefits Rates to the maximum value 100% Refuse and environmental charge 100% Water 6 kilolitres 100% Sewerage to the maximum of the minimum 100% Free prepaid token for 50Kwh
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  • Other Application Subject to on-site audit Annual review by applicant Annual Policy review linked to Equitable share and responsibility
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  • Future refinements Remove application process Self assessment and control Possibility of alternatives targeting system consumption levels, valuation levels or combinations
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  • Challenges Control water consumption above the benefit If benefits are exceeded who pays How will this be enforced Determining a future system and the consumption levels

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