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1 2012/13 and 2013/14 BEPP/USDG REVIEW Portfolio Committee CITY OF TSHWANE May 2013

2 Structure of Presentation Part One: 2012/13 Expenditure Quarter One USDG expenditure 2012/13 Quarter Two USDG expenditure 2012/13 Quarter Three USDG expenditure 2012/13 Quarter Four USDG expenditure 2012/13 Recovery plan on 2012/13 USDG expenditure Part Two: 2013/14 Expenditure Impact of the USDG for 2013/14 Prioritization of 2013/14 projects 2

3 1.0 Metro Development Agenda Key Strategies of the Metro Provision of quality basic services and infrastructure Ensure economic growth and development that leads to sustainable job creation Fight Poverty and build clean, healthy, safe and sustainable communities Integrated social services for sustainable communities Forster participatory democracy and Batho Pele principles through a caring, accessible and accountable service. Promote sound governance Ensure financial sustainability Optimal institutional transformation to ensure capacity to achieve set objectives 3

4 1.1Metro Urban Trends What is your population density: - 2,921,488 on 6,298km² - Density: 463.9/km² (2011 Stats SA) Why has there been an increase: - incorporation of former Metsweding District Municipality - urban migration; better employment opportunities; wealth & socio-economic growth Where are the growth areas and why? - Region 1, 4 & 6- as above 4

5 1.2 Space Economy of Built Environment Spatial development framework – reflecting the Metros spatial landscape; 5

6 1.2 Space Economy of Built Environment Indication of Informal Settlements: The backlogs, Current housing projects; Backlog on eradication projects location and what remains. 6

7 7 AreaCategoryStatisticsSource KungwiniTotal households43 150Metsweding District Municipality IDP review 2010/11 KungwiniTotal population Kungwini municipality website KungwiniWater Backlog: households with below basic/ RDP level service Comprehensive Infrastructure Plan Cycle 1 : November 2009 (Gauteng Provincial Government report) KungwiniSanitation backlog: households below basic/ RDP level of service Comprehensive Infrastructure Plan Cycle 1 : November 2009 (Gauteng Provincial Government report KungwiniNumber of indigents registered 1 587Metsweding District Municipality IDP review 2010/11 Total Population49 389Municipal demarcation board assessment of capacity for 2008/09 period district municipality report Metsweding Total households18 389Metsweding District Municipality IDP review 2010/11 Water backlog: households with below basic/ RDP level99 of service Comprehensive Infrastructure Plan Cycle 1 : November 2009 (Gauteng Provincial Government report Sanitation backlog: households with below basic/ RDP level of service Comprehensive Infrastructure Plan Cycle 1 : November 2009 (Gauteng Provincial Government report Indigents registered870Metsweding District Municipality IDP review 2010/11 MetswedingHousing backlogs22 000City of Tshwane Department of Housing and Sustainable Human Settlements 1.2 Space Economy of Built Environment-Backlogs

8 8 AreaCategoryStatisticsSource City of TshwaneTotal households Stats SA community survey 2011 City of TshwaneTotal population Stats SA community survey 2011 City of TshwaneEstimated Formal households Stats SA community survey 2011 City of TshwaneEstimated Informal households Stats SA community survey 2011 Tshwane City of TshwaneHouseholds in formalised areas that have access to basic water CoT Department of water and sanitation City of TshwaneHouseholds in formalised areas that have access to full water service CoT Department of water and sanitation City of TshwaneWater backlog formalised areas (households that must still receive metered stand water connections) Current backlog (made up as follows) Original 2006 backlog= Plus Densification up to 2009= Minus delivered in Tswaing that will remain at basic Minus 830 delivered in Dilopye that will remain basic Minus metered stand connections done. CoT Department of water and sanitation City of TshwaneSanitation backlog formalized areas (Households in Tshwane that must be taken from below basic to full sanitation) Current backlog (made up as follows) 2006 backlog= Minus basic connections provided in Winterveldt (it will remain basic) minus full sanitation connections provided CoT Department of water and sanitation 1.2 Space Economy of Built Environment-Backlogs (Continued )

9 9 AreaBacklog / CategoryStatistics City o TshwaneSanitation backlog: informal areas: households with below basic sanitation Current backlog made up as follows: Atteridgeville= Centurion= Mabopane = Mamelodi= Soshanguve=9 752 Temba= Central= 348 City of TshwaneWater backlog: informal areas: households with below basic sanitation Current backlog made up of: Atteridgeville= Centurion= Mabopane = Mamelodi= Soshanguve=9 752 Temba= Central= 348 City of TshwaneFormalised areas: households with basic sanitation City of TshwaneFormalised areas: households with access to full sanitation City of TshwaneNumber of indigent registered New incorporated CoT area Estimated total households New incorporated CoT area Estimated total population New incorporated CoT area Estimated total informal households made up of: CoT, that have below basic water and sanitation, and Kungwini The CoT department of Housing and Sustainable Human Settlements indicates CoT and as the Metsweding Housing Backlog. All statistics are in the process of being confirmed. 1.2 Space Economy of Built Environment-Backlogs (Continued )

10 TSWAIING VILLAGE 1 TSWAIING VILLAGE STINK x04 STINK x07 STINK PROP DLP 1 BAB IND1 RAM 1 RAM MKG MKG 1 MND V HMK x02 HMK x01 HMK KUD-U-09 BAB IND MSM SUUR SOUTH SUUR 1 BPS W MJN KUD-U-05 KUD-U-08 SKP KUD-U-07 KUD-U-D KUD-U-D-EXT KUD-U-06 KUD-U-11 SKP 1 KUD-U-03 KUD-U-10 KUD-U-02 KUD-U-13 KUD-U-01 DLP HAM W x04 HAM W x03 Ged JR Ged JR Ged JR Ged JR K224 A K224 B K224 C K207 STINK x01 STINK x02 STINK x03 NEW E x02 NEW E x01 NEW E PROP NEW E x03 NEW E x04 NEW E x05 NEW E x06 NEW E x07A NEW E x07B PWV 9B PWV 9A RAIL SERV WAYA STINK x06 STINK x05 STINK x08 RAM N STEVE BIKOVILLE MANDELA VILLAGE X2 HAM W HAM W 1 HAM W 2 Proposed Cemetery? Existing Townships Formalised Service Upgrading Areas (In Situ) Township Upgrading (In Situ) Relocation of Informal Units From Receiving Area Relocated Proposed Townships STINK SOUTH HMK SOUTH REF EAST SERVICE BACKLOG AND INFORMAL TOWNSHIPS Number of units to be relocated from 943 Total number of units relocated TEMBA AND NEW EERSTERUS

11 WINTERVELD 40

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13 Existing Townships Formalised Service Upgrading Areas (In Situ) Township Upgrading (In Situ) Relocation of Informal Units From Receiving Area Relocated Proposed Townships 13 3 Number of units to be relocated from 904 Total number of units relocated Alternative Location GRK-U-4 GA RANKUWA INFORMAL TOWNSHIPS

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15 Note: CBD Informal: All household were already relocated to Soshanguve South x7 : Plastic View currently being relocated to Soshanguve South x6, x7

16 ATTERIDGEVILLE INFORMAL TOWNSHIPS Existing Townships Formalised Service Upgrading Areas (In Situ) Township Upgrading (In Situ) Relocation of Informal Units From Receiving Area Relocated Proposed Townships 13 3 Number of units to be relocated from Total number of units relocated Surplus 2787 Kwaggasrand 141 Elandspoort

17 1.3 Metro City Programmes Transport Infrastructure (Parking, BRTS/ MRTS/ High Speed Intercity Transport Systems, Metrorail, Tourism, Infrastructure Health Infrastructure, (schools, libraries, clinics parks, fire stations, libraries etc) Education Infrastructure (e.g Universities, Institutions), Governance Infrastructure (eg. Citizen Facilitation Centers, Decentralized City Business Units / Civic Centers), IT Infrastructure (e.g: e-Governance, GIS etc); 17

18 1.3 Metro City Programmes Urban Renewal (e.g. Housing, Business Areas, Social Infrastructure, Tourism, Community centres etc) City Drainage Infrastructure (stormwater drainage, issues regarding urban floods, plans for vulnerable areas etc). Refuse Removal (landfill sites, regional landfills, recycling etc) Mechanisms for implementation / sustainability mechanisms to be implemented (eg, fee hikes, user charges, institutional governance etc). 18

19 2.0 Quarter 1 USDG expenditure

20 Department Current Budget 2012/13 Expenditure Projection Q1 Actual Expenditure s % Projection/ Cumulative Q1 % Current Budget/Cum ulative Q1 a bcde Environmental Management 6,000, ,000 83,674 84%1% Housing & Human Settlement 397,202,000 99,656,510 49,737,881 50%13% Sports, Recreation, Arts and Culture 45,314,000 5,000,000 29,319, %65% Electricity 23,500,000 5,874,999 7,364, %31% Water 348,103,194 76,023,489 61,058,801 80%18% Transport 175,950,806 27,250,000 96,283, %55% Technical Assistance55,000,0000% TOTAL 1,051,070, ,904, ,848, %24% USDG Budget and Actual Expenditures per Department

21 Planned versus Actual Expenditures Q1

22 Department Current Budget 2012/13 Expenditure Q2 % Expenditure Q2 Cumulative Expenditure Q1+Q2 % Cumulative expenditure Q1+Q2 abcde Environmental Management % % Housing & Human Settlement % % Sports, Recreation, Arts and Culture % % Electricity % % Water and Sewer % % Transport % % Technical Assistance % TOTAL % % 2.0 Quarter 2 - USDG expenditure

23 USDG Budget and Actual Expenditures Q2

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25 Department Current Budget 2012/13 Expenditure Q3 % Expenditure Q3 Cumulative Expenditure Q1+Q2+Q3 % Cumulative expenditure Q1+Q2+Q3 abcde Environmental Management % % Housing & Human Settlement % % Sports, Recreation, Arts and Culture % % Electricity % % Water and Sewer % % Transport % % Technical Assistance % TOTAL % % QUARTER 3 USDG Budget and Actual Expenditures per Department

26 Q3 and Cumulative Expenditures per Department

27 USDG Budget and Actual Expenditures Q3

28 2.0 Quarter 4 - USDG Expenditure Quarter 4 USDG expenditure 2012/13 - Information will only be available on 30 June

29 2.1 Maps of 2011/12 USDG Projects Maps of the USDG projects and areas of Development in the Metro for 2012/13 29

30 2.1 Maps of 2012/13 USDG Projects and Areas of Development in the Metro 30

31 2.2 USDG Expenditure Recovery Plan Most of the projects are progressing smoothly When a project is behind schedule, for whatever reason, funds are shifted to other performing projects. 31

32 3.1 Impact of the USDG 2013/14 What is the USDG going to get the City What are the Projects, How Much? – What are the Projects over 2013/14 and over the MTEF? How does the USDG link with the HSDG? Link between City’s BEPP and City’s Business Plan for the HSDG 32

33 Planned targets with MTREF Allocation 13/14 CAPEX Sources of fundingCode2013/14 Internal (Council) Funds001R 0 Borrowing /Loans/Bonds015R Urban Settlements Development Grant (USDG) 005R Provincial Subsidies (HSDG)004R Customer Account City of Delft Fund 004R TotalR

34 2013/14 USDG Budget Allocation per department DEPARTMENT Budget Year /14 Agriculture and Environmental Management (Budget transferred to Housing) Housing and Sustainable Human Settlement Development Public Works and Infrastructure Water and sewer Electricity SRAC (Budget transferred to Housing) Transport and Roads TOTAL

35 Planned Projects by departments Housing and Human Settlements These funds will be re-assigned to Housing – this department has been removed from USDG allocation Strategic Units - Status Quo DivisionProject Name Budget Year 2013/14 Agriculture and Environmental ManagementCemeteries Development of Cemeteries Sports and RecreationStadiumsSporting facilities

36 Planned Projects by departments Housing Department Project Name Strategic Objective Analysis - ASD Budget Year /14 Water Provision Project Linked Housing Housing & Human Settlement Sewerage - Low Cost Housing Housing & Human Settlement Roads and Stormwater - Low Cost Housing - Project Linked Housing Housing & Human Settlement Acquisition of Land for Low Cost Housing - Project Linked Housing Housing & Human Settlement Total Housing

37 Public Works and Infrastructure Development Water and Sanitation and Electricity DivisionProject Name Strategic Objective Analysis - ASD Budget Year /14 Waste Water Collection Upgrading of Sewers in Tshwane AreaSI: Water Waste Water Treatment Replacement, Upgrade, Construct Wwtw FacilitiesSI: Water Waste Water Collection Refurbishing of Water Networks and Backlog EradicationSI: Water Water & SanitationBulk Sewer Supply- FranspoortSI: Water Total Water and Sewer Electricity Steve Bikoville- Install 25 x 30m high masts and 12 x 12 street lightsSI: Electricity Specialist Engeneering Tshwane Public Lighting ProgrammeSI: Electricity Total Electricity

38 Sport and Recreation (budget re-assigned to Housing Department) DivisionProject Name Strategic Objective Analysis - ASD Budget Year /14 Sport and Recreation Upgrading of the Soshanguve Giant Stadium Regional Service Delivery Sport and Recreation H/kraal Multip. Sport & Rec Centre Regional Service Delivery Total SRAC

39 DivisionProject Name Strategic Objective Analysis - ASD Budget Year /14 Roads & Stormwater Major Stormwater System, Mamelodi X 8 Transport Roads & Stormwater Major Stormwater Systems: Klip/Kruisfontein Transport Economic Development: Transport Eastlynn Bus and Taxi FacilitiesTransport Roads & Stormwater Real Rover Road to Serapeng Road Transport Roads & Stormwater Magriet Monamodi Stormwater System Transport Roads & Stormwater Major S/Water Drainage System: Majaneng Transport Roads & Stormwater Major S/Water Drainage Channels: Ga-Rankuwa Transport Roads & Stormwater Stormwater Drainage Systems in Ga-Rankuwa View Transport Roads & Stormwater Internal Roads: Northern AreasTransport Roads and StormWater

40 DivisionProject Name Strategic Objective Analysis - ASD Budget Year /14 Roads & Stormwater Flooding Backlogs: Stinkwater & New Eersterust Area Transport Roads & Stormwater Flooding Backlogs: Mabopane AreaTransport Roads & Stormwater Flooding Backlogs: Mamelodi, Eersterust & Pta Eastern Area Transport Roads & Stormwater Flooding Backlog: Network 5D, Mandela Village Unit 12 Transport Roads & Stormwater Flooding Backlog: Drainage Canals along Hans Strydom Dr, Mamelodi x 4 and 5 Transport Roads & Stormwater Upgrading of Road from gravel to tar in Zithobeni Ward 5 & 6 Transport Roads & Stormwater Upgrading of Road from gravel to tar in Ekangala Ward 8,9 & 10 Transport Roads & Stormwater Upgrading of Road from gravel to tar in Ekangala Ward 11 & 12 Transport Total Transport Roads and Storm Water

41 Targets for 2013/14 OUTPUTSTARGETS OUTPUT 1: Households upgraded through housing Programmes Slide 42 OUTPUT 2: Households with access to basic services such as water, Sewerage, Electricity, and Refuse Removal Slide 42 OUTPUT 3: Land acquisition, planning, servicing and titling Ha OUTPUT 4: Number of Jobs Created through output 1, 2 and 3 above

42 Households with access to basic services such as water, Sewerage, Electricity, and Refuse Removal what is the % 42 No of households provided with metered stand connections8,301 No. of households connected to full waterborne sanitation1,800 No of households with access to electricity100% of Number of electricity connections provided in formalised areas including Eskom areas 3420 of new connections No. of households per area that received free 100 Kw/h per month66,000 No. of households in newly formalised areas receiving free 100 Kw/h electricity per month 100% % completed and occupied houses electrified to eradicate backlogs (EFA) including Eskom areas 100% of Number of streetlights installed4,000 Number of highmasts installed45 Number of informal settlement electrified2 Number of prepaid meters rolled out30,000 No of stands provided with water and reticulation487 km new water infrastructure (bulk & network)4.55km km new sewer infrastructure (bulk & network)3.52 Km of new roads and storm water drainage provided to the required standards75.44 km % Completion of main water link51% % Completion of CRUs86 No of housing mixed housing opportunities facilitated by the city4 settlements [1]

43 3.2 Prioritization of Projects The existing baseline details, and what is proposed (short term, medium term and long term), and the impact thereof. 43

44 3.3 Metro Development Agenda Maps of the USDG projects and areas of Development in the Metro for 2013/14 44

45 3.4 Sustainability How infrastructure created under USDG/ BEPP will be managed after implementation. Anticipated impact of the USDG by e.g BRTS project / Metrorail project – so many jobs created, category: logistics, infrastructure, IT, planning, mechanical, management e.t.c 45

46 46 Thank You


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