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The Upgrading of Informal Settlements Programme is consistent with the above conventions with its primary objective being to cater for the special development requirements of informal settlements. This chapter deals with the process and procedure for the in situ upgrading of informal settlements as it relates to the provision of grants to a ...
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National Human Settlements Policies, Programmes and projects as well as the Human Settlements Sector as a whole. As part of this mandate, the National Department ... on national, provincial, metropolitan and local government municipalities’ levels as well as Human Settlements ... ensure alignment to the new developments within the Department ...
The Minister of Housing with effect from 01 April 1999 introduced the National Norms and Standards for the construction of stand alone houses. All houses constructed through application of the National Housing Programmes must at least comply with these norms and standards. These National Norms and Standards should be in line
1997, and excluding a person whose informal right to land, but for the provisions of this Act, would be protected by the provisions of the Interim Protection of Informal Land Rights Act, 1996 (Act No. 31 of 1996). 2.___Application of Act.—This Act applies in respect of all land throughout the Republic.
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• Combating crime, promoting social cohesion and improving quality of life for the poor; • Leveraging growth in the economy; and • Utilising the provision of housing as a major job creation strategy. The plan notes the shift in emphasis from the provision of housing to the creation of sustainable human settlements.
10B Restriction on involuntary sale of state-subsidised housing [S. 10A inserted by s. 7 of Act 4 of 2001.] PART 5 FINANCING OF HOUSING DEVELOPMENT 11. South African Housing Fund 12. Allocation of money in Fund to provincial governments PART 6 TERMINATION OF HOUSING ARRANGEMENTS 13. Abolition of National Housing Board 14.
The housing vision is underpinned by principles of sustainability, viability, integration, equality, re-construction, holistic development and good governance. South Africa’s housing policy and strategy must contribute to a non-racial, non-sexist, democratic integrated society.
(3) when submitting an application for the opening of a sectional title register a developer may substitute, amend or withdraw management rules number 5(2) and (3), 7, 8(1) and (2) and 12 and may add management rules that are not inconsistent with any other management rule that appears in Annexure 1.
Programme and Housing Code has also evolved based on experience and changing needs. This Housing Project Process Guide has been developed for the three specific programmes which are mostly utilized for subsidized housing development, namely – • The Integrated Residential Development Programme • The Upgrading of Informal Settlements Programme
Although the Integrated Upgrading Support Programme is mandated to implement an incremental upgrading of informal settlements approach, this approach still presumes standardized service delivery grids as the norm which severely constrains community-based organisation around incremental upgrading prior to the arrival of the grids.
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living in informal settlements or those who have inadequate housing. This is what SDG Indicator 11.1.1 does by integrating two aspects of poor housing conditions: the aspect of slums and informal settlements that UN-Habitat have been monitoring under the MDGs (Target 7D) mostly in developing countries and the new aspect on
Figure 27: Deprivation Areas and Informal Settlements 130 Figure 28: Urban Development Zones (Transformation zones) 131 Figure 29: Investment Priority Economic Nodes 132 Figure 30: Spatially Targeted Investment Areas – SDF 2040 areas and key public transport corridors 134 Figure 31: Total Capex per Annum – 2020/2021 MTEF 135