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  • Presentation to the Human Settlement Portfolio Committee Cape Town, 12th June 2009

  • The Housing Development Agency (HDA) has been established to facilitate and expedite the development of large scale integrated, sustainable human settlements with all required socio-economic physical infrastructure.

    MANDATE

  • The HDA will achieve its mandate by: Ensuring the Availability of Land

    Effectively Structuring Projects

    Ensuring Appropriate Government Funding Flows

    Promoting an appropriate policy and regulatory framework

    METHODOLOGY

  • LANDHDA will ensure the availability of land for developments through:

    The establishment of an intergovernmental land inventory and information management system for human settlement planning and development

    Acquiring, and/or facilitating the acquisition and release of strategically situated land and buildings for development

    Supervising and monitoring the development of land

  • HDA will facilitate the effective structuring of projects and oversee their implementation through:

    Facilitation of the required capacity, technical skills and expertise at provincial and local government spheres in order to plan and implement such projects/programmes

    Coordination of land release, planning and funding for acceleration of the development of large scale human settlement developments and/or programmes

    Facilitation of the planning process to ensure proclamation of land for integrated human settlement

    PROJECT MANAGEMENT

  • HDA will attempt to ensure appropriate government funding flows and subsidies for:

    Land and building acquisitionPlanning and proclamation processBulk and internal infrastructure developmentSocial infrastructure developmentTop structures

    FUNDING

  • HDA will promote an appropriate policy and regulatory framework which will encourage and enable the planning and implementation of large scale, sustainable human settlement developments through cooperative inter-governmental arrangements and the active participation of the private sector.POLICY AND REGULATION

  • September 2008: Act promulgatedSeptember 2008: Project team to drive establishment appointed with both departmental and external membersMarch 2009: Official LaunchFour pilot projects announced covering a potential 100,00 Units with a total investment of approximately R7 billionCEO appointed and commences part time employmentIntergovernmental Protocols negotiated with KZN/ Ethekwini; Northern Cape Province; Limpopo Province and Lephalale Local Authority; Gauteng and City of JohannesburgAgreement to transfer land and buildings from Servcon to HDA. Four buildings will be transferred to Johannesburg Housing Company

    THE FIRST HUNDRED DAYS

  • March 2009:Treasury approves HDA as a section 3A public entityApril 2009:10 member Board gazetted CFO commences full time employment; bank accounts opened;NDoHS transfers first tranche of operational funding; R972 million Capital Funding for pilot projects approved to provinces; Land Sale Agreement concluded with Western Cape Department of Public Works and Land Availability Agreement concluded with Western Cape Department of Local Government and HousingMay 2009:CEO commences full time employmentJune 2009:General Managers for Intergovernmental Relations and for Projects and Programmes commence full time employment; Discussions commence on arrangements for take over of the N2 Gateway and Zanemvula Projects from Thubelisha Homes as of 1st August 2009.

    THE FIRST HUNDRED DAYS CONT:

  • HDA currently has rights to 161 parcels of land totalling approximately 5000 hectares. The land is subject to an audit, valuation and feasibility study.LAND ACQUISITION

  • OPERATIONAL GRANTSUMMARISED INCOME STATEMENT: 2009/2010 2011/2012

    DescriptionMarch 2010RMarch 2011RMarch 2010R

    Revenue57 500 000.0081 593 999.00104 100 000.00Grants: National Government49 650 000.0069 300 000.0089 100 000.00Interest Income7 850 000.0012 293 999.0015 000 000.00

    Expenditure57 500 000.0081 593 999.00104 100 000.00

    Planning & Liaison9 121 200.0013 708 336.0014 474 155.00Project Management16 780 000.0024 969 000.0044 411 007.00Office Costs11 978 800.0013 418 333.0014387 589.00Salaries & Emoluments19 620 000.0029 498 330.0030 827 249.00

    NET (SURPLUS)/DEFICIT0.000.000.00

  • Acquisition of State Owned Land Market Value vs Historic Cost

    Coordination with other state departments, especially around bulk servicing

    Funding Flows

    Creation of Priority Development AreasISSUES

  • Thank You

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