These documents have been received from the Overstrand Municipality. The Documentation refers to the years 2022-2027 but they actually refer to the plan for 2023-2028.
You can read the Current IDP 2017-2022 plan that was then extended to 2023 on this link to the OM website. For Rooiels specific see pages 132 and 228 in particular. But other sections have relevance.
You can also see the Strategic Development Framework (SDF) on the OM website to provide context for the IDP
The dates on this process for 2023-2028 are provisionally:
Sept Ward committees meet to identify new IDP wish list/ priorities (Sept ward
Sept/October Online Survey
Oct onward Public Ward Feedback meetings
We need to provide Rooiels feedback on this. Please send your ideas and input to firstname.lastname@example.org
The overal IDP is required to include all the components below -- so we would need to incorporate these from a Rooiels perspective. This will ensure that the component of the IDP that refers to us reflect what we want to achieve in that period.
(a) the municipal council’s vision for the long term development of the municipality with special emphasis on the municipality’s most critical development and internal transformation needs;
(b) an assessment of the existing level of development in the municipality, which must include an identification of communities which do not have access to basic municipal services;
(c) the council’s development priorities and objectives for its elected term, including its local economic development aims and its internal transformation needs;
(d) the council’s development strategies which must be aligned with any national or provincial sectoral plans and planning requirements binding on the municipality in terms of legislation;
(e) a spatial development framework which must include the provision of basic guidelines for a land use management system for the municipality;
(f) the council’s operational strategies;
(g) applicable disaster management plans;
(h) a financial plan, which must include a budget projection for at least the next three years; and
(i) the key performance indicators and performance targets determined in terms of section
Please share any comments you would like to have included in RERA Feedback to the Ward, send to email@example.com or pass directly to Anuta Scholtz, Rooiels Ward representative.
DO YOU MAKE USE OF THE 'HONEYSUCKER' SERVICE?
Consumers with conservancy or septic tanks that cannot connect to a sewerage network, may apply to have their tariff changed at the beginning of a financial year and before 30 September, or with a change in the property's occupancy status.
These are the two options available:
Option 1: (Single Residential consumers)
Pay a basic fee of R106.85 plus the infrastructure levy of R14.98 per month only, with the understanding that every time a tanker service is requested, this service will be charged at R729.43 per 6kl or part thereof (office hours, i.e. weekdays before 15:00) or R1 458.87 per 6kl or part thereof (after hours) per removal.
Option 2: (Single Residential consumers)
Pay a basic fee of R158.57 plus R17.86 per kℓ of water used per month, based on a maximum of 35 kℓ per month (70% of 50 kℓ), plus the infrastructure levy of R14.98 per month, which will entitle you to tanker callouts during office hours at no additional charge.
As per option 1 above, all after hours tanker service requests, will be charged at R1 458.87 per 6kl or part thereof.
Application forms are available on www.overstrand.gov.za, click on Documents, click on Forms.
All applications must be received by the Municipality no later than 30 September 2022.
Should you require further information and/or advice in this regard, please feel free to contact Overstrand's Rates and Data Control Office on Tel 028 313 8000 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Overstrand Municipal Manager, Dean O'Neill
You can download the full drafts from the document links. The OM advertisement is loaded onto this blog for quick references
Western Cape Provincial Coastal Management Programme 2022 - 2027 (April 2022)
This second-generation PCMP builds upon the strengths and successes of the 2016 PCMP and is informed by inputs received through stakeholder engagement and a gender analysis that has incorporated a human rights-based approach. The programme supports the implementation of current legal mandates, policies, strategies, and projects, specifically in respect to enabling local Government and creating a clearly mandated transversal system closely linked to the green and blue economy
Official documents received from OM