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Cape Town Spatial Development Framework

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  1. Cape Town Spatial Development Framework 22ND May 2012 PEPCO MEETING 14th October 2010

  2. Strategic starting points of the CTSDF • The long term spatial structure • Strategies & policies • Implementation of the CTSDF PRESENTATION OUTLINE

  3. WHY A NEW CAPE TOWN SDF IS NEEDED

  4. THE CURRENT SITUATION Outdated plans and guide plans Inconsistent status Conflicting development objectives Outdated information Inconsistent and chaotic basis for land use decisions

  5. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PROCESS

  6. Linkage mechanisms Policies Local/ sectoral policies, strategies, guidelines and local plans Regulations By-laws Overlay zones WHERE WE ARE MOVING TOWARDS? CTSDF Goals, principles, spatial structuring elements, policies District Spatial Development Plans (district development objectives, strategies, guidelines and action plans) Integrated Zoning Scheme (base zone, land use rights, development rules and provisions) A policy driven land use management system

  7. STRATEGIC STARTING POINTS

  8. STRATEGIC STARTING POINTSCAPE TOWN 2040 VISION “In 2040 Cape Town is one of the world’s greatest cities in which to live and learn, work, invest and discover. Cape Town is a place of possibility and innovation, with a diverse urban community and all the opportunities and amenities of city life, sharedwithin a natural environment that supports economic vibrancy and inspires a sense of belonging inall” (Source: draft City Development Strategy)

  9. STRATEGIC STARTING POINTSSPATIAL DEVELOPMENT GOAL & PRINCIPLES Principles Redress spatial imbalances. Maximise access to the City’s opportunities, resources and amenities. Work harmoniously with nature Adopt a precautionary approach to resource utilisation The public good should prevail over the private good Encourage local, national and international connectivity Improve urban efficiency and align planned growth with infrastructure provision. Celebrate diversity (living environments, cultures and lifestyle) Create high quality living environments. Provide stronger link between processes, plans and policies in order to better respond to basic needs. Promote cross-sectoral planning, budgeting and growth management approaches. Goal Creating a sustainable and equitable city

  10. STRATEGIC STARTING POINTSLEGISLATION & POLICIES

  11. STRATEGIC STARTING POINTSDRIVERS OF URBAN GROWTH

  12. THE PROPOSED LONG-TERM SPATIAL STRUCTURE OF CAPE TOWN

  13. A resilient and adaptive city A city within a region approach THE SPATIAL BUILDING BLOCKS

  14. THE SPATIAL BUILDING BLOCKS Natural assets Multi-directional accessibility grid Areas of land use intensification Growth edges and directions Destination places

  15. CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK & “THE PLAN” Long term concept Spatial Development Framework

  16. STRATEGIES & POLICY STATEMENTS

  17. 1. Plan for employment and improve access to economic opportunities 2. Manage urban growth and create a balance between urban development and environmental protection 3. Build an inclusive, integrated, vibrant city STRATEGIES & POLICY STATEMENTS Economic & movement Environment & managed growth Integrated settlement & quality of the built environment

  18. STRATEGIES & POLICY STATEMENTS EXAMPLE of THE POLICY STATEMENTS IN THE CTSDF

  19. Promote inclusive, shared economic growth and development Address spatial economic imbalances STRATEGIES & POLICY STATEMENTSPLAN FOR EMPLOYMENT & IMPROVED ACCESS

  20. Establish an integrated city-wide public transport system that supports the accessibility grid Integrate land use, economic and transport planning Support the rationalisation, upgrading and/or development of economic gateways, and manage land uses around them appropriately STRATEGIES & POLICY STATEMENTS PLAN FOR EMPLOYMENT & IMPROVED ACCESS .

  21. STRATEGIES & POLICY STATEMENTSMANAGE URBAN GROWTH & BALANCE URBAN DEVELOPMENT & ENVIRONMENT • Appropriately manage urban development impacts on natural resources Sand mining Kaolin mining

  22. STRATEGIES & POLICY STATEMENTSMANAGE URBAN GROWTH & BALANCE URBAN DEVELOPMENT & ENVIRONMENT • Facilitate the development of areas suited to urban development • Appropriately protect citizens from hazardous areas/activities • Encourage a more compact form of development Sand mining Kaolin mining

  23. STRATEGIES & POLICY STATEMENTSINCLUSIVE, INTEGRATED VIBRANT • Transform the apartheid city • Proactively support publicly-led housing initiatives • Encourage integrated settlement patterns • Enhance the unique sense of place and quality of the built form of Cape Town • Enhance the value of heritage resources, scenic routes and destination places

  24. IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CTSDF

  25. Linkage mechanisms Policies Regula-tions IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CTSDF Put the building blocks of a policy driven land use management system in place CTSDF District Spatial Development Plans Integrated Zoning Scheme

  26. IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CTSDF Key missing link = a cross-sectoral 15-Year Growth Management Plan

  27. IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CTSDF PRIORITY SPATIAL ACTION AREAS Housing, Electricity, Waste Water & Water Transport and Roads

  28. IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CTSDF PRIORITY SPATIAL ACTION AREAS Economic Social

  29. ENKOSI DANKIE THANK YOU Let us work together for a better city

  30. HOW THE CTSDF WILL HELP REDUCE RED TAPE? The CTSDF: • Replaces and rationalises outdated plans. • Indicates the land best suited to urban development, the areas that should be protected, and the areas where development may occur if it is sensitively managed. • Gives a clear indication of what is acceptable and not acceptable and how the City will asses applications. By so doing it give developers an early indication of the likely challenges, time delays and costs associated with their application, especially if it is not located in areas suited to development. • Provides a framework for consistent decision making across the city

  31. OTHER BENEFITS OF THE CTSDF The CTSDF: • Indicates the desired phasing of urban development. • Aligns the city’s spatial development goals, strategies and policies with those of the national and provincial spheres of government. • Supports the City’s 5 year Integrated Development Plan by spatially guiding and aligning public investment.