EKURHULENI METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY 20042005 INTEGRATED by aqi13375

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									  EKURHULENI METROPOLITAN
    MUNICIPALITY 2004/2005
INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN
           REVIEW

PRESENTATION TO 2005 IDP ASSESSMENT
PANEL 31 MAY 2005
KEMPTON PARK
PAUL MASEKO (City Manager)
     PRESENTATION OVERVIEW
1.   SPATIAL ORIENTATION
2.   EKURHULENI GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
     STRATEGY 2025
3.   IDP REVIEW
4.   COMMUNITY NEEDS
5.   ADDITIONAL BUDGET CONSIDERATIONS
6.   IDP AND BUDGET ALIGNMENT
7.   IDP REVIEW OUTCOME
8.   IDP CAPITAL BUDGET REFERENCE NUMBER
9.   COMPARISON BETWEEN IDP PROJECTS AND
     WARD NEEDS
        1

Spatial Orientation
   and Profile
  Demarcation of Ekurhuleni
Established – December 2000
                                                                     Nokeng tsa

One of Three Metro’s in                                               Taemane


Gauteng (6 in SA)                                         Tshwane

                                                                               Kungwini
                                     Mogale
                                              GTDMA41



                                                                                  Mpumalanga
                                Randfontein
                                                    Jo’burg   Ekurhuleni



                                     Westonaria
                          Merafong
                                                                      Lesedi
                                                         Midvaal
                                              Emfuleni
                                                                   Ekurhuleni Spatial Framework
                                                                           Legend
                                                                               EMM Boundary
                                               Babsfontein
    Tshwane                                                                   Freeway
                                                                               Railways
                      Tembisa
                     14%                                                       Gautrain
                               Northern SDR
                               3                                               Northern SDR
Sandton
                      Kempton Park                                             Southern SDR
                                                      Etwatwa                  Eastern SDR
                                      JIA Daveyton       12%
                                                                               Economic Focus Areas
               Edenvale
                                      Benoni
                                                                          1 Alrode-Wadeville Corridor
                               Boksburg                                   2 Central /Activity Belt
                Germiston         2            Brakpan                    3 Greater JIA / R21 Area
                                                                          4 Far East Activity Belt
                     1                            4   Springs
          Alberton                                                             Under-Developed
          Southern SDR                         Eastern SDR                     Areas
                  Kathlehong                     KwaThema                     Infill Priority Areas
           Thokoza                                                            Strategic Development
                                        Tsakane 14%
                   Vosloorus                                                  Areas
                                               Duduza
             24%
                                                                               Urban Edge
                                                               Nigel
                                                                              Customer Care Centre
                                                               4
It Would Interest you to
        Know?
 Both the Ekurhuleni and Jo’burg Metros are
 producing a GGP of R44 m per square
 kilometre. This is the highest in the African
 Continent!

                  A D Twine - Econometrix
It Would Interest you to Know?
    Ranks as the 34th largest company (by revenue) in
    South Africa
    Is one of the top 50 companies by number of
    employees
    Is one of the most complex mergers in South
    African corporate history

       Tim Hough – Africa International Advisors
Ekurhuleni – Key Statistics
(Contributions to Gauteng Province)
Gross Geographic Product (GGP)   23%
Employment                       39%
Investment                       44%
Manufacturing Industry           42%
Ekurhuleni – Key Statistics
 Municipal Area          1 900 km2
 Population              2,5 m
 Number of Households    744 936
 Hostels                 21
 Informal Settlements    112
 Lakes, Dams & Pans     + 300
Ekurhuleni – Key Statistics
               (Continued)

  Unemployment Rate                 + 40%
  Registered Businesses             32 000
  Number of Industries              8 000
  Industry Supporting Enterprises   5 000
          2


 EKURHULENI GROWTH AND
DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY 2025
        Growth & Development
            Strategy 2025

            2010     2015        2020
  2005                                  2025
 Current
Situation                               Vision




                   Metro KPI’s
    Growth & Development
        Strategy 2025
Political            National
Mandate             Guidelines

             GDS
             2025

Provincial            External
Guidelines          Stakeholders
        Planning Model
2005


Growth and Development Strategy 2025


 Integrated Development                2025
 Plan (IDP)
 (Short & Medium Term)

 2005                     2009
Ekurhuleni Development Strategy
             2025
   Productive               Inclusive
      City                     City


                  City
                Strategy
      Well-                Sustainable
    governed                  City
      City
Implementation Process

    GDS
               IDP
    2025



    PMS       Budget
   3

IDP REVIEW
           3. IDP REVIEW
 FIRST ADOPTED IDP FOR EMM WAS FOR THE
 PERIOD 2002/2006. IT WAS REVIEWED FOR THE
 PERIODS 2003/2007 AND 2004/2008.
 THE ANNUAL REVIEW OF THE IDP MUST BE SEEN
 AS A CONTINUOUS PROCESS THAT WORKS
 TOWARDS THE ACHIEVEMENT OF THE VISION OF
 EMM TO BE -


THE SMART, CREATIVE AND DEVELOPMENTAL CITY
         3. IDP REVIEW (cont.)
• IDP REVIEW GUIDED BY THE FOLLOWING:
   – 7 Strategic Priorities
      • Urban Renewal
      • Fighting Poverty and Under Development
      • Job Creation
      • Safety and Security
      • Fight Against HIV/Aids
      • Enhancing Public Participation
      • Promotion of Good Governance
     3. IDP REVIEW (cont.)
– Ward Breakdown
   - Industrial/Commercial/CBD’s (23)
   - Developed Wards (26)
   - Underdeveloped Wards (62)
      (111 Focus Areas)
– Needs of communities
– Sectors per region
– Spatial Development Framework
      3. IDP REVIEW (cont.)

– PUBLIC PARTICIPATION AND
  CONSULTATION
   - Ward committees
   - Metro Stakeholders (NGO’s, CBO’s,
     Business etc.)

AIM: Give feedback to influence the Budget
and Implementation Programmes
     3. IDP REVIEW (cont)
IDP PUBLIC MEETINGS HELD
  – SEPTEMBER TO OCTOBER 2004
  – NOVEMBER 2004
  – MARCH 2005
  – JUNE 2005 (Upcoming)
      4

COMMUNITY NEEDS
       4. COMMUNITY NEEDS
    THREE REGIONS:
    NORTHERN REGION
•    Roads and Storm Water
•    Traffic Calming Measures
•    Sport Facilities
•    Street and High Mast Lighting
•    Clinics
•    Libraries
4. COMMUNITY NEEDS (cont.)
 EASTERN REGION
1.   Roads and Storm Water
2.   Housing Development
3.   Street and High Mast Lighting
4.   Sport Facilities
5.   Safety and Security
6.   Clinics
4. COMMUNITY NEEDS (cont.)
 SOUTHERN REGION
1.   Roads and Storm Water
2.   Sport Facilities
3.   Street and High Mast Lighting
4.   Traffic Calming Measures
5.   Housing Development
6.   Safety and Security
  4. COMMUNITY NEEDS (cont.)
METRO WIDE NEEDS
  1.   Roads and Storm Water
  2.   Sport Facilities
  3.   Street and High Mast Lighting
  4.   Housing Development
  5.   Safety and Security
  6.   Clinics
  7.   Traffic Calming Measures
      5

ADDITIONAL BUDGET
 CONSIDERATIONS
     5. ADDITIONAL BUDGET
        CONSIDERATIONS
•   Revenue Enhancement Strategy eg. Meter
    Audit, Electric Illegal Connections, UAW etc
    – Medium To Long Term Benefits
•    Increase Repair And Maintenance of
    Infrastructure
•    Ensure Compliance With MFMA
•    Provision For Restructuring Of Electricity
      Industry (RED’s)
      5. ADDITIONAL BUDGET
         CONSIDERATIONS
•   Provision For Free Basic Electricity In
    Eskom Supplied Areas (R 25 M)
•   Provision For 50 kWhFree Basic Electricity
    to all consumers (R 75 M)
•   Provision For 6 kl Free Water, 6 kl Free
    sewer to all Consumers
•   Provision for refuse removal- First step free
    to Indigents
•   Fleet Management – Rationalisation
    And On-board Computers
         6

IDP & BUDGET ALIGNMENT
 6. IDP & BUDGET ALIGNMENT

• Departmental Plans:
  – Aligned with Metro Priorities and
    Community needs
• Capital Prioritisation and Management
  Model

• Ward Breakdown
IDP and Budget Alignment
 Integrated       Financial
Development         Plan
 Plan (IDP)       (Budget)




Performance
                 Implementation
Management
            ALLOCATION OF FUNDS
   MI           SI           CITY              COR-             OPERA-
SEGMENT      SEGMENT       DEVELOP            PORATE            TIONAL
  63%           9%          MENT                8%              EQUIP-
                             10%                                 MENT
                                                                  10%




    RT&CW       SRAC           LED          MANAGEMENT     FURN & EQUIP



   HOUSING    HEALTH &SD   DEVELOPMENT      FINANCE AND    IT EQUIPMENT
                             PLANNING       CORP & LEGAL


     MI       PUB SAFETY   ENV & TOURISM     ICT AND HR      VEHICLES



                              URBAN            CCC’S       SPEC VEHICLES
                             RENEWAL

                                              REVENUE       SPEC EQUIP
                                            ENHANCEMENT



                           MI (ED IMPACT)



                             RT&CW (ED
                              IMPACT)
       7

IDP REVIEW PROCESS
      RESULTS
       7. IDP REVIEW PROCESS
               RESULTS
•   IDP Informed the budget
•   Community Needs Determined
•   Broader Stakeholder Issues Covered
•   Assisted in IDP & Budget preparation
•   DRAFT IDP/ BUDGET Adopted Feb 05
    – Published for Comments
• Final IDP / Budget Approved by Council
    May 05
        8

IDP – CAPITAL BUDGET
 REFERENCE NUMBER
        8. IDP – CAPITAL BUDGET
          REFERENCE NUMBER
                  UR-RD-RTCW-0-2-1
                UR   –URBAN RENEWAL
  PROJECT        DEPT         KPA         OBJECTIVE
(IDP Strategic
    Issue)
Stormwater: B   Roads      Roads and        Provision of
  Mazibuku & Transport &   Stormwater   Appropriate Road
ZM Mathebula Civil Works    (2 - KPA)    and Stormwater
R 800 000,00   (RTCW –                  Infrastructure and
 (RD- Roads     Roads                    Public Transport
   and SW)     Transp. &                     Facilities
                 CW)                      (1 - Objective)
         9

COMPARISON BETWEEN TWO
    FINANCIAL YEARS
     9. COMPARISON BETWEEN TWO
           FINANCIAL YEARS
WARD COMM. NEED           PROJECT        BUDGET      COMMENT

7     •Roads              Isiphethweni   R 120 000   R 105 260
                          Section                    Completed
                          Stormwater
                          Drainage
8     •Electricity –      Electrical     R 1, 9 M    R 1,6 M Spent
      Isekelo RDP         Network for                Project
      houses              infill sites               Completed

12    •Sport Facilities   Katlehong      R2M         R 2 M Project
                          Stadium                    Completed
                          Upgrade
  IMPLEMENTATION OF CAPITAL
          BUDGET
 YEAR       % SPENT   % SPENT    % SPENT
             March      April      June
2002/2003    23%       30%         60%


2003/2004    30%       37%         78%


2004/2005    37%       50%      80% - 85% ?
WE THANK YOU

								
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