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URBAN SETTLEMENTS DEVELOPMENT GRANT PRESENTATION 8 February 2012 1 FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE USDG FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Performance as at 31 December 2011 Total Grant received to-date Budgeted cashflow as Actual spent at 31 as at 31 Decem ber Decem ber Budget 2011
2011 R '000 R '000 R '000 502.6 184.0 144.0 335.0 % Spent on Cashflow 78% % Spent on Budget 29% % Spent on Cashflow 73% 107% 73% 102% 97%
74% 80% % Spent on Budget 35% 27% 38% 33% 21% 25% 32% Performance as at 31 January 2012 Directorate Human Settlements Electricity and Energy Roads & Stormw ater Water Services Sanitation Services Public Health Budget
R '000 97.0 30.0 172.7 64.3 107.0 31.6 502.6 Budgeted cashflow as Actual spent at 31 January as at 31 2012 January 2012 R '000 R '000 47.0 34.2 7.5 8.0 91.0 66.0 21.0
21.5 23.0 22.2 10.5 7.8 200.0 159.7 USDG FINANCIAL FUTURE PERFORMANCE CASHFLOW Cumulative July 2011 to January 2012 Directorate Housing and Land Electricity and Energy Roads & Stormwater Water Services Sanitation Services Public Health 2011/12
Budget R '000 97.0 30.0 172.7 64.3 107.0 31.6 502.6 R '000 47.0 7.5 91.0 21.0 23.0 10.5 200.0 February R '000 9.8 6.1
17.8 7.6 12.5 6.1 59.8 March R '000 11.8 4.7 16.0 7.6 15.0 3.2 58.2 April May R '000 9.6 5.5
15.6 8.8 16.6 4.3 60.4 R '000 9.6 3.5 14.5 8.8 20.1 4.4 60.7 June R '000 9.3 2.8 17.8 10.7 19.8 3.2
63.6 Total Cashflow R '000 97.0 30.0 172.6 64.3 107.0 31.6 502.6 USDG FUNDED PROJECTS BASED ON MIG CITIES APPROVAL FRAMEWORK The following projects were approved in the 2010/11 financial year based on the MIG Cities Approval Framework. Therefore these projects were honoured as a result of commitments raised. Project ID Project Description Committed Value
20050250 Driftsands WWTW Phase 3 extension 17,025,700.00 20050286 Tarring of Gravel Roads 92,000,000.00 20060020 Provision of Sidew alks and Cycle Tracks 14,500,000.00 20060251 Access Road to Chatty Developments 13,000,000.00
20070156 Fishw ater Flats WWTW Upgrade 26,376,130.00 19940098 Improvements to Sew erage System 16,900,000.00 20020149 Stormw ater Improvements 3,495,000.00 20030630 Water Services Augmentation Backlog: Pipelines 3,100,000.00
20080089 Van Stadens Village Water Supply Upgrade 2,800,000.00 20060116 New Sw imming Pool - Zw ide 6,350,000.00 20060186 Remedial w orks: Pell Street Interchange 8,000,000.00 20070156 Fishw ater Flats WWTW Upgrade 26,376,130.00
247,387,560.00 MIG-CITIES VS USDG All water and sanitation projects that were funded by MIG-Cities were in support of housing. Roads and stormwater: Stormwater projects and transport corridor projects are ex MIG-Cities projects that support housing delivery. MIG Sidewalk and cycle track projects will be funded from alternative funding source from 2012/13. HUMAN SETTLEMENTS (MAJOR PROJECTS) Project ID 20110088 Project Description Joe Slovo - Uitenhage Phase 1 2011/12 Budget
Com m ents Contractors are on site, and progressing in line w ith revised project 5,642,250 programme. 20110089 Wells Estate Phase 3 - Ext 4 & 5 7,905,740 20110091 Khayamnandi Extension 16,954,750 20110092 Missionvale Garden Lots 24,963,750 20110093
Motherw ell NU 29 - Stage 3 13,511,350 20110096 20070267 Rosedale Land Aquisition 13,124,980 4,700,000 20110094 Mandela and Rolihlala Village 4,786,990 20110095 Red Location - New Brighton 4,910,890
96,500,700 Municipality w as locked into a legal dispute w ith one of the tenderers and therefore the adjudication process has been delayed. It is anticipated that this matter w ill only be resolved in February 2012 and then the adjudication process can re-commence. Therefore, the project estimate w as reduced to R7,9 million, and other human settlement projects brought forw ard to compensate for loss of time. Therefore it is anticipated that the R7,9 million w ill be spent by June 2012. Contractors are on site, and progressing in line w ith revised project programme. Contractors are on site, and progressing in line w ith revised project programme. Contractors are on site, and progressing in line w ith revised project programme. Contractors are on site, and progressing in line w ith revised project programme. Negotiations in progress w ith w illing sellers. Contractors are on site, and progressing in line w ith revised project programme. Contractors are on site, and progressing in line w ith revised project programme. ROADS & STORMWATER (MAJOR PROJECTS)
Project ID 20050286 20060020 Project Description Tarring of Gravel Roads Provision of Sidew alks and Cycle Tracks 20060186 Motherw ell NU29 & 30 : Roads & S/w Bulk Infrastructure Remedial w orks: Pell Street Interchange 20080082 Missionvale: Stormw ater Improvements 20030379
20080062 20080078 20080079 20090038 Resiting - Relocation of Scientific Services Chatty: Stormw ater Improvement Wells Estate: Stormw ater Improvements Stormw ater Improvements Ikamvelihle 2011/12 Budget Com m ents All 8 Clusters w here projects need to be executed, contrators have been appointed. How ever, 4 Contractors still need to set up on site, aw aiting the previous contractor to vacate site as a result of poor performance. 90,000,000 The full allocation w ill be psent.
10,000,000 Contractors are on site, and progressing in line w ith project programme. 8,500,000 2 Contractors are on site and all full allocation w ill be spent. 8,000,000 Contractor is on site and completion date is May 2012 Contractor is not progressing in line w ith project programme due to unforseen conditions on site. How ever this process is being managed and 4,100,000 therefore w ork is being expedited to spend allocation. This project w as only planned to adjudicate an aw ard to a contractor in May 2012. Therefor all the planning w ork has been completed and is ready to advertise tender in February 2012. The full allocation w ill 4,000,000 therefore be spent. E.I.A. approval is aw aited and therefore project cannot commenced as 7,000,000 planned Municipality w as locked into a legal dispute w ith one of the tenderers and therefore the adjudication process has been delayed. It is anticipated that this matter w ill only be resolved in February 2012 and then the 11,400,000 adjudication process can re-commence 3,000,000 Contractors are on site, and progressing in line w ith project programme. 146,000,000 WATER SERVICE (MAJOR PROJECTS) Project ID 19960156 20000037
20050097 19930320 20120002 Project Description Elandsjagt - Upgrade to Restore Capacity Loerie Treatment Works: Rehabilitation Nooitgedagt/Coega Low Level System Pipe Rehabilitation and Improvements to System General Instalation of Water Meters Backlog Eradication 2011/12 Budget Com m ents 7,000,000 Contractors are on site, and progressing in line w ith project programme. 7,000,000 Contractors are on site, and progressing in line w ith project programme.
Contract w as aw arded in Dec 2011 and contractor in terms of the programme w ill take access to the site in February 2012. It is therefore 11,131,250 anticipated that the full allocation w ill be spent. This project services the Gqbera human Settlements project and the 11,000,000 contractor is on site and is progressing in line w ith project programme. This project is on target for the purchase and installation of w ater meters 15,000,000 in support of the housing delivery projects. 51,131,250 SANITATION SERVICE (MAJOR PROJECTS) Project ID 19940098 Project Description Improvements to Sew erage System 19980348 Paapenkuils Main Sew ers Augmentation 20050250
Driftsands WWTW Phase 3 extension 20070156 Fishw ater Flats WWTW Upgrade 2011/12 Budget Com m ents 17,000,000 Contractors are on site, and progressing in line w ith project programme. Contractors are on site, how ever the contractor has fallen behing schedule w ith project programme. This matter is currently being managed, but if the contractor cannot remedy progress by March 2012, this contract 9,890,000 could be terminated, and the next low est tenderer could be appointed. The Civil w orks contract is completed, but the Mechanical & Electrical Contract is at Adjudication stage. This is anticipated by be completed by March 2012 and the contractor could be on site by April 2012. It is 17,035,700 therefore anticipated that the full allocation w ill be spent. Both the Civil w orks and the Mechanical & Electrical Contracts are at Evaluation stage. How ever the E.I.A. authorisation is still aw aited and
even if contractor is appointed, site establishment cannot commence until 26,894,530 this authorisation is received. 70,820,230 PUBLIC HEALTH (MAJOR PROJECT) Project ID 20030177 Project Description Development of Waste Disposal Facilities 2011/12 Budget Com m ents There are 2 components to this project. One, the purchase of land is currently being negotiated w ith the w illing seller. How ever this process is taking longer that anticipated. Tw o, the creation of new land fill cells and the upgrading of the infrastructure servicing the site w ill be adjudicated only in March 2012. It is therefore anticiapted that only R1.3 million w ill
17,000,000 have to be rolled over to complete the contractual commitments created. NON-FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE NMBM STATISTICS Size .. 1950 km Population . 1,1 million - 1,24 million by 2020 Formal Households .... 289 000 Indigent Households 44% of households receive at least one social grant Housing Backlog 49 000 Backyard Shacks 22 411 households in Informal Settlements Total. 71 411 units Number of Informal Settlements..81 Access to basic sanitation .. 91% Buckets in informal areas ... 22 500 Unemployment . 28,2% 13 URBAN SETTLEMENTS DEVELOPMENT GRANT CONDITIONS PER DORA Prioritise residential infrastructure for: - Water
- Sanitation - Refuse Removal - Street Lighting - Solid Waste - Connector & Bulk Infrastructure - Roads supporting Human Settlements 14 URBAN SETTLEMENTS DEVELOPMENT GRANT CONDITIONS PER DORA (continued) Grant may be used for: - Acquisition, development or re-development of land. - Basic Infrastructure Services for poor households including Bulk Services. - Upgrading of Informal Settlements. 15 URBAN SETTLEMENTS DEVELOPMENT GRANT 2011/12 ALLOCATION METHODOLOGY Total Allocation: R502.6 million
MIG & MIG-Cities: R247 million (of R502.6 m) contractually committed to projects based on MIG & MIG-Cities framework Balance allocated to new USDG projects in line with the following methodology: 16 USDG ALLOCATION METHODOLOGY: Transforming the current township into sustainable human settlements. Provision of bulk services for new development. Acquisition of land for housing delivery. Provide reticulation services for housing delivery. 17 NMBMS STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES FOR HUMAN SETTLEMENTS
Elimination of 71 411 housing backlogs by 2016. Addressing the fragmented spatial patterns. 81 informal settlements formalised by 2016. Relocation of 18 862 families by 2016 relocation as a last resort. Acquiring strategic land for lower income human settlements. To construct integrated human settlements with a full basket of services. 18 CURRENT HUMAN SETTLEMENTS INTERVENTION PROGRAMME Key sector plans in place. Informal Settlements Upgrading Plan. 7-Year Housing Plan (2009 2016). Relocation Plan. Land asset management and control. Social Housing Strategy. Spatial Development Framework and Local Spatial Development Framework preparation. NMBM Housing/Rental Strategy with HDA. 19
PROGRESS July to December 2011 Number of houses built - 482 Number of erven serviced - 1209 Number of informal settlements upgraded/formalised - 2 (Zosa and Kleinskool) Land parcels acquired -3 Acquisition in progress -3 20 ACCESS TO WATER Access to basic water = 100% Target for the access to basic water was met in
February 2009. Access is for all areas within the urban edge. Water provided to all informal settlements (within the urban edge) within a 200 m walking distance. ACCESS TO SANITATION Basic Sanitation = 91% Eradication of buckets to formal houses prior to 1994 was met by 2006. Bucket interim service: 22 500 Buckets Buckets served to informal settlements only: Stressed areas: flood plains, powerline servitudes etc. ACCESS TO SANITATION (continued) Bucket eradication programme (BEP) strategy: Integrated approach through the housing delivery programme as approved by NMBM Council. Elimination of informal settlements by 2016. Construction of a house = serviced site (W&S etc). BEP = R4 394 m (in terms of business plan submitted to Province and National)
Top structure subsidy = R2 357 m Services (internal, bulk & treatment) = R2 037 m USDG CONSTRAINTS Need to cater for MIG Cities committed projects. MIG type projects previously funded by MIG are not funded by USDG e.g. cycle tracks, scientific lab, etc. No alternative funding source. Government grants e.g. Regional bulk infrastructure grant closed in favour of USDG. USDG allocations inadequate to meet the demands of the municipal programme. Non-allocation of funding streams for other services and amenities needed for integrated human settlements. 24 USDG CONSTRAINTS (continued) PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION TIMEFRAMES: Investigation & prelim design: 3 months EIA (6-12 months): 9 Detailed design: 2
Procurement: 3 Construction: 12 Total 29 months Note: this is a best case scenario. - No project can be identified and implemented in the same yr. - Minor works contracts are in place for small projects (100 erven). 25 USDG CONSTRAINTS (continued) SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Minimum of 3 month period, optimistically. Decisions are subject to challenge / legal action. Multiple approval meetings (Spec, BEC & BAC). Approvals dependent of availability of senior staff who have other managerial commitments as well.
SCM is subject to much interpretation of acts / regulations by both legal & non legal people. OTHER CONCERNS RAISED METRO ALLOCATION PROCESS The Metro has a 7-year Council approved human settlements development plan which includes the informal settlements upgrade plan. This caters for the remaining 81 informal settlement areas. All informal settlements including Grogro and Fitchs Corner are part of the Council approved 7-year human settlements development plan. The 7-year plan prioritises and programmes areas for redevelopment according to vulnerability, status and projected available funding. All developments are in line Council approved priorities. 28 FITCHS CORNER INFORMAL SETTLEMENT Fitchs Corner has approx. 95 shacks occupying a cemetery site.
The site cannot be serviced (water and sewerage) from a technical perspective. Original plan was to relocate to St Albans but the site has severe environmental constraints. 10 Wetland areas Interconnecting drainage Site is listed as Critical Biodiversity Area Site has Critically endangered Ecosystem areas 29 FITCHS CORNER INFORMAL SETTLEMENT (continued) The plan is now to relocate the households to Witteklip. This will take approximately 12 to 24 months to make provision for bulk services. 30 Critically Endangered Ecosystem
Critical Biodiversity Area Distance to Witteklip =3 km GROGRO SETTLEMENT Preliminary environmental study shows that the site is environmentally sensitive and has critically endangered species on it. Access to the site is problematic. The plan of the Municipality was to relocate the households to Kyamnandi but the community is resistant due to the distance. The land is outside the urban edge and will promote urban sprawl contrary to the approved SDF. 33 GROGRO SETTLEMENT (continued) Alternative land (Erf 455, Hunters Retreat) is vacant and available for relocation within a close developing precinct where transportation, commercial i.e. employment opportunities and community facilities are planned. A proposal call will be advertised for development
of Erf 455 to include the accommodation of Grogro residents. This process has a 36 month timeframe. 34 CONCLUSION The Municipality is committed to the development of integrated sustainable human settlements in terms of the Urban Settlements Development Grant. 36
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