IRPTN Hearings - Ekurhuleni - NDP

Report
City of Ekurhuleni
IRPTN
Budget Proposal
MTEF budget presentation
12 September 2013
Confidential
Contents
1. Situation analysis and full network plan
2. Phase 1 rollout
3. Progress to date and anticipated progress
4. Financials
5. Integration & TOD
Acronyms :
CoE = City of Ekurhuleni
DoT = National Department of Transport
DTP&P = CoE’s Department of Transport Planning and Provision
NT = National Treasury
TOD = Transit Oriented Development
Confidential
1. Situation Analysis and Full Network Plan
This section provides the problem statement and the rationale for selecting the
route for Phase 1.
Situation Analysis - review of needs
Historically Ekurhuleni comprises of 9 towns, along the east-west mining belt and
includes:
• the country’s highest density of passenger & freight rail network, with planned
upgrades over the next two decades, servicing predominantly the mining belt
and commuters along a north-south route to the west of Johannesburg;
Of the population (in excess of 3 million people), the highest demand for public
transport (128,629 total daily passenger trips) emanates from historically
disadvantaged communities, i.e. 65% of the population, living in settlements at
the four corners of the City:
• 24% in the Vosloorus area; and
• 15% in the growing Tembisa area.
The supply of public transport is poor:
• 50,000 Rail passengers (39%);
• 2,237 Bus passengers, serviced by 3 municipal bus entities and 2 private
subsidised bus companies (2%);
• with the balance of 76,392 being filled by minibus taxis (59%)
In addition there is a large flow of passengers across the municipal borders to and
from City of Johannesburg and City of Tshwane.
Main Mode Of Transport - All Trips
Full network plan - phasing
7 trunk routes will be
implemented over a number
of years, in 5 phases,
depending on design,
financial, operational and
other considerations.
Trunks Phase 1 - 5
Golden Triangle
City boundary
Rail
Main PRASA lines
Phase 1
Phase 5
Phase 4
Phase 2
Phase 3
2. Phase 1 Rollout
Current design and planning is for full Phase 1 route.
Phase 1A includes the trunk and feeder routes as well as complementary routes
from Tembisa to OR Tambo International Airport.
Phase 1B includes the complementary/express route and feeder routes from OR
Tambo International Airport to Boksburg.
Phase 1C includes the complementary/express route from Boksburg to Vosloorus.
Over time, could build extra depot and extend trunk/feeder routes.
Phase 1 – key indicators
1A
1B
1C
1AA
1AAA
Tembisa civic centre – OR
Tambo international
airport
20.45 km
22
OR Tambo international
airport - Boksburg CBD
(Complementary/Express)
Boksburg CBD –
Vosloorus
(Complementary/ Express
System)
12.5 km
Only
stops, no
stations
Only
stops, no
stations
Ekurhuleni –
Johannesburg
Ekurhuleni - Tshwane
17 km
27 000
1
10 000
2
(holding
areas)
Under discussion with CoJ, linked to CoJ’s Phase
1C
Under consideration
Phase 1 Operations
Trunk
Feeders
Direct/Limited stop
Rail
Links to CoJ & CoT
City boundary
1
2
1
Depot – Tembisa
2
Holding area – Vosloorus
or Kempton Park
27
Articulated buses
105
Standard buses
3 min headways in peak
Total of 37 000 trips per
day on full system
2
Phase 1A Operations
Trunk
Feeders
Complementary
City boundary
Rail
Tembisa
Daily passenger trips
between Tembisa and
OR Tambo International
Airport = 27 000 trips
OR Tambo International Airport
Phase 1A Infrastructure
Trunk route 20,45 km
Feeder routes
Complementary routes
1
1
Depot – Tembisa
2
Holding area – Kempton
Park or Vosloorus
Trunk stations (22)
9 double modules, 13 single
T
Services to transfer at KP
West Station to link with CoJ
Phase 1C
Rail
R 3 333,60 million
T
2
Phase 1B & 1C (Express Complementary) Operations
Trunk route
Feeder routes
Complementary routes
2
Holding area – Kempton
Park or Vosloorus
Trunk stations
Rail
Vosloorus to Kempton Park CBD
2
• Limited stops – express/complementary service
between Vosloorus and Kempton Park CBD:
• Only stop locations provided, no IRPTN
stations;
• Peak period headways 10 minutes initially;
• Service to use mixed traffic lanes between
Vosloorus and OR Tambo International Airport
(bus priority to be provided at traffic
bottlenecks);
• Service to use IRPTN lanes between OR
Tambo International Airport and Kempton Park
CBD;
• Buses to turn around in Kempton Park CBD.
Phase 1 - vehicles
Articulated buses
R 3 850 000
Feeder buses
R 3 018 000
Tow truck
R 3 159 000
Support vehicles
R
228 000
Once-off driver training
Licence
Maintenance plan
Ticket validation system
Tracking system
Entertainment/advertising system
Transaction costs for financing vehicle (incl. transaction adviser
and arranger’s commission)
Interest
Phase 1A
Phase 1B
Phase 1C
27
105
40
3. Progress to date and Anticipated Progress
Overall Project: Progress to end of Aug 2013
Operations Plan
-
Initial
100%
Completed in November 2012
-
Refinement
40%
Refinement has commenced, following the appointment of
the Preliminary and Detail Design consultant.
Business Plan
Communications and
Marketing
76%
100%
Progressing well.
Current service provider completed. New tender being
advertised September 2013.
Household Surveys
100%
Draft report has been submitted for comment.
CITP
Preliminary and Detailed
Design
80%
Progressing well.
20%
Progressing well.
90%
Existing contract expires in November 2013.
New Project Management Office unit to be appointed in
December 2013
Project Management
Attainment of UA targets
1
Universal Design
Access Plan (UDAP)
Development of a DoT approved plan for the municipality,
for the current project phase
2
Appointment of an
access consultant
Appointment of a suitably qualified access consultant
3
Conforming to
national legislation
•
•
•
Conforming with
PTIS grant conditions
Production or update of the approved UDAP and meeting
minimum standards of Part S of the Building Regulations
in all infrastructure elements
0 2 3 4
Conforming with the
PTIS grant guidelines
The requirements provided in the PTIS grant guidelines
have been met
1 2 3 4
4
5
NLTA 2009
Building Regulations 2008
Promotion of Equality and Prevention of Unfair
Discrimination Act 2000
Key: 0) Not achieved, 1) partially achieved, 2) halfway, 3) nearly achieved, 4) completely achieved
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
0 2 3 4
UA Problems and Mitigations
0
UDAP
Under evaluation
1
Transport planning
Station positions
Evaluation of options
2
Operational context
Requires further detail
Detail design phase
3
Marketing and
communications
Need for accessible media
Branding intelligibility
Accessible websites
under development
4
Customer care
No clear customer care
approach
Customer care system
under review
5
Fare system
Subsidy structures not
addressed
Fare structures to be
evaluated
6
Passenger
information
Systems need
development
Detail systems under
development
7
Vehicles
No decision on vehicle
formats
Formats to be evaluated
in the detail design
phase
UA achievements
0
UDAP
Initiated
1
Transport planning
Ops plan reviewed
2
Operational context
Ops plan reviewed
3
Marketing and communications
Initiated
4
Customer care
Initiated, initial feedback from stakeholders
5
Fare system
Ops plan reviewed
6
Passenger information
Ops plan reviewed
7
Infrastructure
Ops plan reviewed, route assessed.
8
Vehicles
Ops plan reviewed, feedback from stakeholders
Anticipated % completion through 2013/14
Month
START OF YEAR
Operational
81
Status of Plans
Industry
Operating Preliminary Detailed
Business Finance
Transition
Contracts
Design
Design
% complete at start of municipal financial year
80
75
25
10
10
0
100
50
July
August
September
October
100
100
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
100
50
June
50
100
Planned % complete at end of municipal financial year
END OF YEAR
100
100
100
50
50
100
100
Overall project plan (Phase 1)
Financial years
2013/14
2014/15
2015/16
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Project Management
Business Plan
Industry Transition
Marketing & Comms
Launch
Universal Access
CITP
Prelim & Detail
Design
Construction
Bus procurement
ITS & Fare System
Financial year
Complete Business Plan.
Refine Ops Plan.
Design Phase 1A.
Advertise & award 1A contracts.
Commence with NMT and comp routes
Q4
Construct Phase 1A. Completion of Phase 1A.
Systems design of full
Launch Phase 1A.
network (integration with
Advertise & award 1B
rail, other metros).
contracts.
Design Phase 1B.
Progress and Anticipated Progress (up to Dec 2013)
VOC Financial Model and Project office set up
VOC input costs refined
Joint MOU agreed
Jul-13
Household Survey
Report approved
Commence
engagement with
bus financiers
Aug-13 Further
discussions with
PRASA
Demand Model
Sep-13 updated
Oct-13
Nov-13
Dec-13
Money flow model
finalised
Final refined Ops
Plan and
Agreement with
PRASA
Affected Operators
identification process
commences
Facilitator appointed
IRPTN Unit Structure
approved, Business Plan
finalised
Scenario/stress testing
Secretariat
established.
Bus fleet strategy
finalised
Commence with
construction of NMT
infrastructure
Negotiation Plan
finalised.
Bus specs
finalised
Preliminary Design
completed
Roads tender
drawings docs
completed for
Anticipated Progress (Jan 2014 – Jun 2014)
Selected Roads bids
advertised
Jan-14
Feb-14
Mar-14
MLTF approved
Affected operators
verified
Apr-14
Business Plan and
financial model approved
Negotiation plan
approved
May-14
Negotiation Plan
agreed with affected
operators.
Jun-14
Negotiating structure
agreed
Negotiations
commence
VOC Financial Model
finalised.
Bus tender
advertised
Commence with
upgrade of feeder
roads
Balance of Roads
tender drawings and
docs completed
Rest of Roads Bids
advertised
Selected Roads bids
awarded
EIA approvals done
All other infrastructure
Bids advertised
Tender awarded
“Roads” bids awarded
(to start in July)
4. Financials
Financials for previous financial year
Finance details for period ending June 2013
Rands
PTISG Funds received up to 30 June 2013
50 000 000.00
Rollover amount carried over from prior year
5 592 349.57
Expenditure up to 30 June 2013
-40 831 213.30
Balance of funds at 30 June 2013
14 761 136.27
% of grant funds spent up to 30 June 2013
73.4%
Firm committed amounts
42 000 000.00
CITP
4 000 000
Preliminary & Detailed Design
30 000 000
Industry transition advisory
4 000 000
Business Plan
4 000 000
Rollover requested for 2013/14
14 761 136.27
Reason for under-expenditure
Primarily the high (72%) discount
bid by the appointed Prelim &
Detail Design Service provider
Actions to ameliorate under-spending
Various bids advertised for PSP’s.
Early commencement of certain
works planned via existing
contracts
Projected expenditure 2013/14
(amounts in R millions)
Area
Planning costs
Expenditure item
PTI Grant
PTI Grant
PTI Grant
PTI Grant
Project Management
0.20
0.20
1.50
3.60
5.50
Operations Plan (UDAP)
0.00
0.00
0.45
0.55
1.00
Business Plan
0.96
1.44
1.44
2.16
6.00
Marketing & Comms Plan
0.00
0.84
2.66
3.50
7.00
Prelim and Detailed Design
4.80
7.20
7.20
10.80
30.00
Other (Legal: Support)
0.60
0.90
1.30
2.20
5.00
Other (CITP)
2.00
2.00
0.00
0.00
4.00
Other (Town Planning – Depots)
0.00
0.00
0.45
0.55
1.00
Other (ITS Service Provider)
0.00
0.00
1.35
1.65
3.00
Other (Universal Access Design)
0.06
0.09
0.13
0.22
0.50
0.00
8.80
33.87
104.13
146.80
Other (Industry Transition)
3.48
5.21
6.87
10.74
26.30
Other (Capacitation – ME)
1.80
2.70
3.90
6.60
15.00
14.32
29.38
60.28
146.28
251.10
Equipment costs
Infrastructure
costs
NMT, Feeders/ Complementary,
Selected Trunk sections
Infrastructure maintenance costs
Transitional costs
Industry compensation
Operating costs
TOTAL
Anticipated financials for this financial year
(2013/14)
Finance details for period ending June 2014
PTIG Funds to be received up to 30 June 2014
Rollover amount carried over from prior year
Expenditure up to 30 June 2014
Balance of funds at 30 June 2014
% of grant funds spent up to 30 June 2014
Anticipated firm committed amounts
Rollover to be requested for 2014/15
Rands
243 543 000.00
14 761 136.27
-251 100 000.00
7 204 136.27
97%
200 000 000.00
7 204 136.27
Cash Flow in 2013/14
Projected grant expenditure in MTEF period
(amounts in R millions)
Expenditure item
PTI Grant
PTI Grant
PTI Grant
63.00
43.20
33.30
139.50
200.00
300.00
500.00
558.00
629.00
1 227.20
Top structures for stations / stops
122.00
122.00
244.00
Depots
104.00
104.00
208.00
30.00
70.00
110.00
Land and property acquisition
5.00
20.00
25.00
Other (Land Acquisition – Depot)
5.00
15.00
20.00
10.00
20.00
30.00
10.00
10.00
23.00
55.00
55.00
110.00
132.00
125.40
306.00
35.00
35.00
70.00
10.00
10.00
60.00
5.00
5.00
25.00
25.00
Planning costs
Equipment costs
(AFC & APTMS)
Roadway civil works
Control centre
40.20
10.00
Infrastructure costs
Other (Move/Protection services - owners)
Other (Professional fees)
3.00
Other (Feeder, Comp stops)
Other (Feeder road upgrades)
48.60
Other (Holding areas)
Other (NMT)
Infrastructure maintenance costs
Transitional
costs
Operating costs
TOTAL
40.00
Industry compensation
Other (Industry Transition)
26.30
33.80
25.80
85.90
Other (Capacitation – ME)
15.00
40.00
90.00
145.00
0
0
0
0
251.10
1 393.00
1 689.50
3 333.60
Project Funding: MTEF period and beyond
The City’s IRPTN planning beyond 2015/16 is dependent on a host of variables, inter
alia the extent of funding received; the extent of upgrading by PRASA; etc.
The plan is to implement Phase 1A of the project in the current MTEF period and then
to commence with further phases in 2016-17.
Anticipated Expenditure and Funding is indicated on the following slide. Ekurhuleni
Capex funding as indicated is only for the approved MTEF period. It is possible that
further funding will be made available for 2016/17 and 2017/18.
If insufficient funding is allocated by NT to CoE in 2014/15 and beyond:
•
•
•
Infrastructure contracts can not be awarded in 2013/14 (minimum allocation);
The project will not be operationalised in 2015/16 contrary to communications
made to communities and political directives (reduced allocation);
CoE will fall further behind the other Metros, particularly its neighbours in
Gauteng, in terms of IRPTN/BRT implementation, potentially negatively
impacting on the communities within CoE
Project Funding for MTEF period & beyond (Rm)
(Excluding Operational Costs/Income)
FUNDING
EXPENDITURE
Description
2013/14
2014/15
2015/16
2016/17
2017/18
Planning
63
43
33
44
43
Infrastructure (Incl. ITS)
147
1 276
1 515
1 065
1 265
Entity/Transitional Costs
41
74
141
140
140
Vehicles (buses)
414
400
Totals:
251
1 393
2 103
1 249
1 948
PTIG
257
1 182
1 430
1 249
1 549
211
259
0
0
Ekurhuleni Capex
Financing (buses)
Totals:
414
257
1 393
2 103
400
1 249
1 948
Summary – state of readiness
We are committed to rolling the IRPTN out, and need DoT’s and NT’s continued support.
• All required work streams have been appointed. The status of each has been noted
below:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Additional work streams are envisaged as follows:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Project Management – current contract ends Nov 2013, ToR being issued for new contract;
Operations Plan – final plan completed Nov 2012, currently being revised with new input;
Business Plan – contracted up to Mar 2014, currently consolidating Business Plan
document;
Industry Transition – engaging operators through MoUs and industry transition forum, with
advisors, project office and facilitator supplied by City;
Communication and Marketing – contract expired Jun 2013, completed public participation
and development of marketing plan; ToR for new contract in preparation
Universal Access Design – appointed Jan 2013, currently developing UAD plan;
Household Travel Survey – completed Jul 2013 giving us latest demand figures;
Comprehensive ITP – to be concluded in Dec 2013;
Preliminary & Detailed Design – appointed Apr 2013, undertaking a refinement of the Ops
Plan and busy with preliminary designs.
Vehicle Procurement process – to start Jan 2014;
Construction of NMT infrastructure – to start in Oct 2013;
Construction of Phase 1 trunk infrastructure, depot and control centre – to start in Jul 2014;
ITS and fare management systems procurement – to start in Jul 2014;
Systems testing (pilot) – to commence end of 2015;
Launch (start of operations) is scheduled for early 2016.
Summary – state of readiness (Committed)
INFRASTRUCTURE READINESS AS FOLLOWS:
• Roadway Infrastructure: Preliminary and Detail designs underway
• NMT: Identification of routes feeding the trunks have ben identified and
construction of NMT in Tembisa and Kempton Park will start in October.
• TMC : site has been identified ( existing metro DEMS building) – Needs
assessment for the TMC to be completed by end November and
refurbishments to start early 2014.
• Feeder & Comp routes : Commencement of upgrades on the routes
and major intersections.
• Land identification: for Depot and Holding areas process has
commenced ( Combination of Municipal and Private owned land)
5. Gauteng Integration
Destination Of Motorised Trips Starting In Tembisa
Destination
Alberton
All
Train
Bus
Taxi
School
bus
Car
100
Bedfordview-Edenvale
3 500
Benoni
1 250
Boksburg
Company
transport
100
1 600
1 400
500
800
300
50
100
3 700
2 000
1 000
400
300
Brakpan
400
400
Daveyton
300
300
Duduza
104
104
Ekurhuleni East
Ekurhuleni North
5 700
200
3 000
2 300
200
Germiston
4 600
1 900
2 000
500
Katlehong
600
400
200
9 200
8 700
2 000
1 800
21 200
12 800
700
800
Etwatwa
Kempton Park
Kwa Thema
35 300
13 600
200
200
37 000
800
200
Nigel
Springs
Tembisa (Internal Trips)
700
Thokoza
Tsakane
200
200
Vosloorus
COJ
Tshwane
23 300
3 500
12 500
6 200
7 900
4 000
2 500
1 200
1 100
100
100
Integration with MSDF and CIF
•
Serves three Primary Nodes:
Tembisa, Kempton Park and
Boksburg
Will serve 8 major Planned
Investment Projects with “near
certainty” of being built between 2013
to 2021:
Tembisa
1
2
•
Kempton Park
3
Aerotropolis
4
No.
Benoni
5
Boksburg
Development Name
1
Tembisa Urban Renewal
2
Nyoni Park Precinct
3
Aerotropolis
4
Jansen Park Extension
5
Balmoral Extension
6
Leeupoort
7
Extension of Windmill Park
8
Extension of Vosloorus &
Tambokiesfontein
Germiston
6
Windmill Park
Dawn Park
7
Vosloorus
Katlehong
8
•
Aligned with the Phase 1
Densification Corridor - major housing
projects and high density infill areas
Rail Stations scheduled
for upgrades and TOD
TOD:
•
Kempton Park
•
Rhodesfield
•
Isando
Residential TOD:
•
Leralla Station
•
Limindlela Station
•
Tembisa Station
•
(Oakmoor Station)
Taxi rank option B
Proposed new multi-level (2-storey) intermodal on PRASA land,
long distance taxi rank on CoE land
Long Distance Taxi RankCoE Land
CoE Land
Taxi Rank- PRASA LAND
Market
Square
Pedestrianise
Plantation
Road
NEW FOOD
COURT
NEW RETAIL
New shortdistance bus
terminal
2 LEVEL TAXI RANK
SITE BOUNDARY
LINE
HOLDING
FACILITIES TO
BE PROVIDED
OFF SITE
Integration with Johannesburg’s REA VAYA
Initial integration envisaged in the Tembisa / Ivory Park area affecting Johannesburg’s
Phase 1C route and Ekurhuleni’s Phase 1A route. Recent engagements with the CoJ:
•
June 2013
– Meeting with CoJ officials was held to discuss Ekurhuleni planning process and
need to understand Johannesburg Phase 1C program;
– CoE would liaise with CoJ Phase 1C consulting team led by GIBB;
•
August 2013 (with GIBB):
– Start the detailed discussions of how to integrate the planning processes;
– Planning data and information would be exchanged to allow for the Ivory Park
area to be included in the Ekurhuleni transportation planning model;
– Data swop has started;
– Interfacing of services needed to take into account the interface between the Rea
Vaya high floor system and Ekurhuleni low floor system;
– Phase 1C planning process to be completed in April 2014. Operations interface
needs to be completed by end February 2014.
Engagements with Gauteng Province
1.
Ekurhuleni IRPTN is included in Gauteng’s 25-year Integrated Transport
Master Plan
2.
Ekurhuleni participates in the Integrated Fare Management committee under
the leadership of the Gauteng Department of Roads & Transport.
3.
Initial discussions held with officials from the Gauteng Department of Roads &
Transport regarding the use of provincial routes for the provision of trunk bus
routes. Further engagement to take place once plans have progressed.
4.
Operational Plan was presented to the Gauteng Province and regular
feedback is given at the HODs forum meetings and MEC/MMC meetings.
5.
CoE also some of functions on transport planning to be undertaken by the
proposed Gauteng Transport Commission – further engagements are in place
6.
CoE is in the process of setting up the MLTF and is also moving towards
investigating the best way to set up the MRE.
.
Capital Investment Framework AND Strategic
Land Parcels in Ekurhuleni
CIF - IRPTN integration
Legend
EMM Boundary
National Roads
Railways Lines
IRP TN Phase 1A Buffer
IRP TN Phase 1B Buffer
IRP TN Phase 1C B uffer
IRP TN Trunk Routes
Industrial
Township Regeneration
Aerotropolis Core Node
Primary Nodes
Housing Projects (curren t)
Housing Projects (propo sed)
Major Investments
Inland Port
Kaalfontein Immediate Catchment Area
Priority Water Bodies
New Parks
4
R2
R2
1
R 21
Urban Edge
N12
N12
M2
N3
N3
N1
SYB
RAN
D VA
N
NIE
KER
K
o IRPTN network has been incorporated
into the CIF as per the Operational Plan.
o Phase 1A and B of the route are first
priority.
o Phase 1A and 1B - demarcated as part
of GPA 1 runs from the Tembisa Civic
Centre through to the O.R. Tambo
International Airport (Jones Road) and
through to Boksburg.
o Phase 1C - demarcated as GPA 2 runs
from Boksburg through to the New
Natalspruit Hospital in Vosloorus.
o The remaining IRPTN trunk routes demarcated as part of GPA 3, based on
a 20-year timeframe for potential
implementation.
R21
Priority Primary Nodes
N3
Blue = GPA 1 (3 years)
Yellow = GPA 2 (10 years)
Green = GPA 3 (20 years)
7
Proposed MSDF densities
Densities in terms of the MSDF along the BRT corridor and the PRASA
stations:
Proposed densities per type of
node
Nodal
Type
Primary
Secondary
Tertiary
Density targets 2025
Minimum
110
100
90
Maximum
*
160
140
Proposed densities along corridors
Road
classification
Transportation
corridors
Proposed densities around
railway stations
Distance
Proposed density up to 500m
from the station
Density targets between 500
m & 1 000 m from the station
(dwelling units per hectare
(minimum – maximum)
2025
(u/ha)
Activity
corridors
110 – 200
90 – 160
Activity spine
List of corridors Land use
Albertina Sisulu
Corridor;
Germiston
Daveyton
Corridor and the
IRPTN Corridor
To be listed in
RSDFs; mainly
K-routes linking
Primary Nodes
To be listed in
RSDFs; mainly
municipal roads
linking
Secondary
Nodes
- Mixed land uses at
identified
intersection
nodal points.
Higher
density
residential
Local
nodal
development
Higher
density
residential
- Residential
- Business
- Retail
- All uses to be of a local
and fine grain nature
Density
targets 2025
units per
hectare
(Minimum–
Maximum)
60 – 80
110 – 130
40 – 60
Integration with MSDF and CIF
•
Serves three Primary Nodes:
Tembisa, Kempton Park and
Boksburg
Will serve 8 major Planned
Investment Projects with “near
certainty” of being built between 2013
to 2021:
Tembisa
1
2
•
Kempton Park
3
Aerotropolis
4
No.
Benoni
5
Boksburg
Development Name
1
Tembisa Urban Renewal
2
Nyoni Park Precinct
3
Aerotropolis
4
Jansen Park Extension
5
Balmoral Extension
6
Leeupoort
7
Extension of Windmill Park
8
Extension of Vosloorus &
Tambokiesfontein
Germiston
6
Windmill Park
Dawn Park
7
Vosloorus
Katlehong
8
•
Aligned with the Phase 1
Densification Corridor - major housing
projects and high density infill areas
Strategic Land Parcels
[for potential strategic investment opportunity]
Strategic land is defined as well-located land or land found in well-located area
where development can be maximized and optimized:
1.
Tembisa Civic Centre (Iqgaqga CBD)
2.
New Natalspruit Hospital Development node/precinct (Vosloorus)
3.
Dries Niemand Stadium
4.
Tembisa Civic Centre (Iqgaqga CBD)
5.
New Natalspruit Hospital Development node/precinct (Vosloorus)
6.
Germiston-Boksburg mining belt (area around Comet Township in
Boksburg)
7.
Leeuwpoort Proper (East: Portions of R/113 Leeuwpoort 113 IR)
8.
Leeuwpoort West (Van Dyk Park Township-73/113 Leeuwpoort 113 IR)
QUESTIONS????

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