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HDA’s revised strategic direction and Annual Performance Plan 2013/14 March 2013
National Department of Human Settlements Agenda Introduction Macro Indicators Programmes APP Structure Way Forward
Background Based on a review of the first three years, the HDA is undergoing a process of transformation as we prepare for the new financial year The Agency undertook this intensive planning process due to an identified need to sharpen our focus around land assembly, as well as the way we respond to the needs of the sector The strategy arises from discussions with the Board, Exco, Manco and in the different HDA departments and regions The strategy has been approved by the HDA Board
Highlights of new strategy The most important shift will be the development of a national sector-wide land assembly strategy in partnership with organs of state and other key sector stakeholders to sharpen our focus and drive delivery. The strategy will ensure that well-located land is identified and released for development viz. ‘Vibrant communities living on well-located land’. Shift in focus from delivery from head office to a strong presence in the regions. Performance and delivery are now the key focus for our teams in Johannesburg, Limpopo, Western Cape, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape, North West and Free State. The revised plan provides a secure basis for sustained growth and delivery and ensures that the agency is aligned with priority programmes and initiatives of NDHS, the most important being the Outcome 8 of the Delivery Agreements.
Vision and Mission Vision Vibrant communities living on well-located land By-line Working towards integration….. Mission Building partnerships to create integrated sustainable human settlements
The Value Chain It is important to view the strategic goals of the HDA in relation to the value chain of the organisation Service s
Strategic Goals 1.Developing and leading a sector wide land assembly strategy for sustainable human settlements in partnership with organs of State and other key sector stakeholders. “Deciding on the right thing to do” 2.Providing land and housing development support services to our partners to achieve key national strategic priorities relating to human settlements. “Doing the thing right”
Programme 1 – Land Strategy and Planning National sector-wide land assembly strategy is developed and agreed with all stakeholders and its implementation monitored Information and data analysis tools about land and housing is accessible Knowledge and innovation capacity for land and housing support services e.g. PHDA is established Monitoring and evaluating programmes continually to improve sector support Strategic objectives:
Programme 1 – Land Strategy and Planning Design and coordinate strategies and support programmes that facilitate the release of integrated land and landed property for sustainable human settlements development. Offer geo-spatial information services through research and innovative solutions to national, regional and local partners. Provide a monitoring and evaluation function for sector programmes as requested, and will also conduct a due diligence function for land acquisition in Programme 2. Purpose of the programme:
Programmes – Land Strategy and Planning Structure: Land Assembly Strategy and Support Programmes Land Geo-Spatial Information Services Knowledge and Best Practice Services Monitoring and Evaluation
Programme 1 – Land Strategy and Planning Programme support areas: Land Assembly Strategy and Support Programme: Provide guidance on sector-wide land assembly strategy Design land assembly response mechanisms in support of national targets and programmes Provide forward planning support including declaration of PHDAs Land Geo-Spatial Information Services: Establish land & housing programmes info database - focus on linkages of spatial and non-spatial data sets Identify, analyse and prioritise well-located suitable land for release Research and design enhanced land analysis tools for accelerated land identification criteria
Programme 1 – Land Strategy and Planning Programme support areas: Knowledge and Best Practice Services: Developing analytical and support tools to improve the ability to implement the land assembly strategy Research and develop approaches to development planning and land management instruments with partnerships Monitoring and Evaluation: Monitor the implementation of national, provincial and local programmes with a specific focus on linkages of spatial and non-spatial data Monitoring and evaluate programmes continually to improve sector support
Programmes – Land Strategy and Planning Macro indicators:
Programmes – Land Strategy and Planning Annual performance plan 2013/14:
Programmes – Land Strategy and Planning Annual performance plan 2013/14:
Programme 2 – Land and Housing Support Services Strategic objectives: Well-located land is acquired and released for development in line with the land assembly strategy and in collaboration with partners Implement land assembly and housing support programmes as agreed with partners aligned within the national land assembly strategy to key national strategic priorities at regional level Develop and share with the sector a clear suite of services that differentiates the HDA including services that support: Land Assembly Informal settlement upgrading Emergency housing Blocked projects
Programme 2 – Land and Housing Support Services Purpose of the programme: To ensure that there is appropriate management, capacity and technical support services for: the release of well-located land for the human settlement sector implementation of support programmes projects that promote sustainable human settlements at a regional level This is as agreed with sector partners - provinces and municipalities - and in line with the sector-wide land assembly strategy
Programme 2 – Land and Housing Support Services Structure: Structured into the regional offices - implementation support provided here Regional offices structured in terms of the programme support areas agreed with partners National technical resource pool to: Service areas where there is no regional offices Specialist capacity that cannot be located in the regional offices based on support areas Dedicated focused technical support to the regional offices Do set-up and prep work, backup support/capacity; quality control and risk management on implementation, deal with special projects/ interventions relating to implementation and troubleshooting if required Typically consist of: development planners / urban planners; engineering; land legal
Programme 2 – Land and Housing Support Services Programme support areas: Programme and project portfolio planning and management support Informal settlement upgrading support Emergency housing support Land assembly and land acquisition/release support Land holding support Land geo-spatial services IGR support Project technical implementation support Section 29 mandated projects where HDA acts as an implementing agent - N2 Gateway & Zanemvula
Programme 2 – Land and Housing Support Services Macro indicators:
Programme 2 – Land and Housing Support Services Annual performance plan 2013/14:
Programme 3 – Financial sustainability Strategic objectives: Effective internal control systems Develop and implement business and financial model Purpose: To ensure the HDA is financially sustainable and that it maintains a good reputation through unqualified annual financial statements and annual report. Structure: Finance, SCM and Risk will be centralised with “identified” staff in each region to support the region.
Programme 3 – Financial sustainability Annual performance plan 2013/14:
Programme 4 – Organisational effectiveness Strategic objectives: The organisational structure is aligned to the HDA strategy HDA is an internally cohesive and effective organisation with systems that are stable and accessible Congruent operational policies and processes Purpose: To provide operational efficiency and service excellence providing overall organisational support services to operate and function as an organisation with a track record of quality, effective delivery and professional service.
Programme 4 – Organisational effectiveness Sub-programmes: CEO’s office Strategic planning, coordination and performance Communications Stakeholder relationships Internal Audit Company secretary Governance and Corporate Services HR management Training and development Records and document management Facilities management Legal services Information technology
Programme 4 – Organisational effectiveness Annual performance plan 2013/14:
HDA organisational structure
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