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Title: DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING


1
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING
  • PRESENTATION TO THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC
    SERVICES (NATIONAL COUNCIL OF PROVINCES)
  • 18 MAY 2005
  • BUDGET 2005/06 TO 2007/08

2
STRUCTURE OF THE PRESENTATION
  • Aim, Vision and Mission of the Department
  • Our Values
  • Our Mandates
  • Housing Legislation and Regulations
  • Our Policy Framework
  • Strategic overview and policy shifts
  • Housing Comprehensive Plan
  • Key Challenges and Trends
  • Linkages to Government Policy Priorities
  • Strategic Policy Shifts
  • Budget overview and Key activities per Programme
  • Conclusion

3
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING
AIM The aim of the Department of Housing is to
determine, finance, promote, coordinate,
communicate and monitor policy in respect of
housing and human settlement. Vision A nation
housed in sustainable human settlements Mission T
o establish and facilitate a sustainable process
that provides equitable access to adequate
housing within the context of affordability of
housing, services, and access to amenities and
economic opportunities
4
OUR VALUES
  • Our values, based on the constitution, are
  • Human dignity, equality, advancement of human
    rights and freedoms
  • Non-racialism and non-sexism
  • Supremacy of the constitution and the rule of
    law
  • Accountability, responsiveness and openness

5
OUR MANDATE
  • SA CONSTITUTION
  • Section 26 Access to adequate housing a basic
    human right Govt. to ensure environment
    conducive to the progressive realisation of the
    right
  • Schedule 4 Housing is a concurrent national and
    provincial legislative function
  • Botshabelo Housing Accord (1994) Signed by all
    housing stakeholders
  • Reconstruction and Development Programme (RDP)
    set out framework and principles for sustainable
    development

6
HOUSING LEGISLATION
Housing development programme continues to
operate in the following legislative framework
  • Housing Act 107 of 1997 (as amended)
  • Prevention of Illegal Eviction from and Unlawful
    Occupation of Land Act No. 19 of 1998
  • Housing Consumers Protection Measures Act 95 of
    1998
  • Rental Housing Act 50 of 1999
  • Home Loan Mortgage Disclosure Act 63 of 2000
    (not yet in operation)

7
HOUSING LEGISLATION (CONT.)
  • Currently in process
  • Housing Amendment Bill ( Being amended to take
    into account all matters related to the new
    plan)
  • Social Housing Bill ( Being amended to take into
    account all matters related to the new plan)
  • Rental Housing Act 50 of 1999
  • Community Reinvestment (Housing) Bill (Held in
    abeyance pending negotiations through the
    Charter)
  • Less Formal Township Establishment Amendment Bill.

8
REGULATIONS AND GUIDELINES
  • National Housing Code
  • Sets out National Housing Policy in detail
    including a user friendly guide
  • Contains the detail prescripts pertaining to the
    Housing Subsidy Scheme
  • Currently under review/ being overhauled in order
    to be in line with the BNG plan
  • National Norms and Standards For Permanent
    Residential Structures
  • Sets guidelines on the amounts to be used from
    the subsidies for various aspects of housing
    development (to be reviewed)
  • Sets the minimum size of houses

9
REGULATIONS AND GUIDELINES
  • Guidelines For Human Settlement Planning And
    Design (Red Book)
  • Planning movement networks, transport, open
    space, subdivision layouts, design to reduce
    crime
  • Engineering services - storm water, roads, water
    supply, sanitation, solid waste, energy
  • Guidelines For Environmentally Efficient Low Cost
    Housing
  • Energy and water efficient planning and design
    for low cost housing and
  • Urban greening guidelines

10
OUR POLICY FRAMEWORKS
  • Our overall policy framework continues to be as
    determined by the White paper on a new housing
    policy and strategy for South Africa, 1994

11
STRATEGIC OVERVIEW
  • Comprehensive Plan for Housing Development
  • To find a new focus for housing policy for the
    next decade of government, the Department
    embarked on a comprehensive policy consultation
    process, which culminated in the National Housing
    Summit in November 2003.
  • The comprehensive Plan adopted by Cabinet in
    September 2004 builds on the 1994 White Paper for
    housing and envisages expanding the mandate of
    the Department to encompass the entire housing
    market.
  • The Plan focuses on moving from housing to
    sustainable human settlements.

12
STRATEGIC OVERVIEW
  • The nature of demand for government-assisted
    housing in South Africa has changed significantly
    over the last five years
  • A 30 increase in the absolute number of
    households over the period 1996 - 2001, where
    only a 10 increase was expected and household
    size has also declined.
  • One fifth of urban residents are relative
    newcomers to urban areas (i.e. first generation
    residents) and urban areas are expected to
    continue to grow at a rate of 2.7 per annum.
  • Population growth trends however reveal
    significant regional differences and increasing
    spatial concentration in metros secondary
    cities.

13
STRATEGIC OVERVIEW
  • Unemployment, on the official definition, leapt
    from 16 in 1995 to 30 in 2002, placing pressure
    on household incomes.
  • Housing and service provision has not kept pace
    with household formation, and a range of other
    factors have had negative impact on social
    coherence and crime, particularly contact crimes
    (comprising 40 of all crimes).
  • The size of the backlog has increased. There are
    over 1.8 million dwellings which can be
    classified as inadequate housing. The number of
    households living in shacks in informal
    settlements and backyards increased by 26, which
    is far greater than the 11 increase in
    population over the same period.

14
STRATEGIC OVERVIEW
  • Key Challenges and Trends.
  • Over the last 10 years, state-assisted housing
    investment of some R29.5bn has provided 1.6
    million housing opportunities, often on the urban
    periphery and achieving limited integration.
  • Transforming the extremely complicated
    bureaucratic, administrative, financial and
    institutional framework inherited from the
    previous government and building capacity of all
    spheres of government.
  • The 1.6 million subsidy-houses that have been
    built have not in most cases become valuable
    assets in the hands of the poor.
  • Housing subsidy grants increased from R2,692bn in
    1996/97 to some R4,5bn in 2004/2005 and will
    increase to R5,3bn in 2006/07. These increases in
    housing development funding have largely gone
    towards funding the increases in the quantum of
    the housing subsidy, which is now adjusted
    annually for inflation.

15
STRATEGIC POLICY SHIFTS
  • The key policy developments embedded in the
    Comprehensive Plan include
  • A policy to upgrade informal settlements
    progressively based on an integrated community
    development approach and involving the community
    as a whole.
  • A housing land policy will serve to prioritise
    the release of public land and the acquisition of
    private land for low cost housing projects.
  • A social housing and medium density policy and
    programme aims to establish social housing
    institutions that will develop and manage
    quality, well located, largely rental housing
    stock on a sustainable basis.
  • A policy and programme to provide primary social
    and economic infrastructure in low income housing
    developments will contribute towards enhancing
    the quality of the living environments by
    providing for community needs.

16
STRATEGIC POLICY SHIFTS
  • Improving international cooperation on human
    settlement development
  • Lead Ministry for UN Habitat (Habitat Agenda)
    World Urban Forum, WSSD
  • Cities Alliance cities without slums
    initiative
  • Supporting NEPAD regarding sustainable human
    settlement development in the African region is
    concerned
  • Bi-lateral and multi-lateral cooperation
    programmes with donor countries.

17
LINKAGES TO GOVERNMENT PRIORITIES
  • The Strategic vision of the Departmental
    Strategic plan is informed by the following
    national policies, programs and initiatives
  • The White Paper on a New Housing Policy and
    Strategy which remains the basis for housing
    policy and program
  • The Urban Renewal Program
  • The Integrated Sustainable Rural Development
    Strategy
  • The Expanded Public Works Program
  • The program to develop entrepreneurship among
    previously disadvantaged communities
  • The Presidencys National Spatial Development
    Perspective
  • The Strategic Development Initiatives (SDIs)
  • Provincial development frameworks
  • Integrated Development Plans (particularly at the
    municipal sphere) and
  • National and provincial multi-year housing
    development plans and
  • The Presidential Job Summit project.

18
LINKAGES TO GOVERNMENT PRIORITIES
  • The following objectives have been defined by the
    national Department of Housing in line with the
    State of the Nation Address, the budget speech by
    the Minister of Finance and the Strategic Vision
    of the Department
  • Accelerating the delivery of housing as a key
    strategy for poverty alleviation
  • Utilizing provision of housing as a major job
    creation strategy
  • Ensuring property can be accessed by all as an
    asset for wealth creation and empowerment.
  • Leveraging growth in the economy
  • Promoting social cohesion and improving quality
    of life for the poor.
  • Support the functioning of the entire single
    residential property market to reduce duality
    within the sector by breaking the barriers
    between the first economy residential property
    boom and the second economy slump.
  • Utilizing housing as an instrument for the
    development of sustainable human settlements in
    support to spatial re-structuring.

19
LINKAGES TO CLUSTER PRIORITIES
  • The National Department and the Provincial
    Departments of Housing have integrated their
    activities with the following Cluster priorities
  • Job Creation and Expanded Public Works Programme.
  • Integrated Sustainable Rural Development and
    Urban Renewal
  • Entrepreneur Development Programme and BEE
  • Promotion of Women Entrepreneurs
  • Internships
  • The employment of Community Development Workers
    (CDW) and their interface within Multipurpose
    Community Centres (MPCCs).

20
BUDGET OVERVIEW ENE 2005
21
BUDGET OVERVIEW ENE 2005
22
BUDGET OVERVIEW ENE 2005
  • Additional funding
  • R50 million in 2005/06 for institutional reform ,
    capacity building and accreditation activities
  • Decrease of R28,8m as a result of transfer of
    Loans for the previous Housing Boards
  • R600 million in 2006/07 (R500 million for various
    aspects of the new plan, R50 million for
    institutional reform and capacity building and
    R50 million for finalising the portfolio of
    Servcon Housing Solutions)
  • R1,6 billion 2007/08 (R1,5 billion for various
    aspects of the new plan, R80 million for
    institutional reform , capacity building and
    accreditation activities, and R60 million for
    Servcon).

23
Variances Allocation 2004/05 vs. 2005/06
24
BUDGET OVERVIEW
25
BUDGET OVERVIEW
26
Allocation of funds in respect of Strategic
Priorities / Measurable objectives
  • Programme 2 Policy Planning and Research -
    (R24,634,000)
  • Adequate housing for all South Africans by 2024,
    through policy, legislation and research that
    enables housing delivery in sustainable human
    settlements.
  • Programme 3 Programme Management -
    (R95,061,000)
  • Increase access to and improve the delivery of
    adequate housing in sustainable human settlements
    by effectively providing officials with systems,
    knowledge, skills, guidance and funding.
  • Programme 4 Housing Sector Performance -
    (R130,607,000)
  • Effective monitoring of policy implementation by
    using an effective data bank and housing and
    human settlement information systems that provide
    accurate, strategic and statistically sound data
    to allow for regular evaluation of the impact of
    housing policy, and to support decision-making on
    improvements to housing policy and programmes.

27
Allocation of funds in respect of Strategic
Priorities / Measurable objectives
  • Programme 5 Housing Equity - (R5,949,000)
  • Increase the level of private sector finance for
    affordable housing by R20 billion by 2010,
    through monitoring and analysing lending
    practices, and by supporting the development of
    appropriate instruments by lending institutions
    and appropriate partnerships between lending
    institutions, government, housing support
    institutions and other lenders.
  • Programme 6 Housing Development Funding -
    (R4,509,640,000)
  • Disburse and monitor funds for housing delivery
    in compliance with the Public Finance Management
    Act (1999) and Division of Revenue Act
    requirements, to ensure that expenditure matches
    annual delivery commitments.

28
Trends in the budget allocation 2004/05 vs.
2005/06
  • The allocation of several of the programmes
    fluctuates due to the project-based activities in
    these programmes, as well as reprioritisation to
    accommodate the implementation of the
    comprehensive plan.
  • In the 2005 Budget, additional allocations were
    made of R50 million for 2005/06, R600 million for
    2006/07 and R1,6 billion for 2007/08, most of
    these funds will go towards implementing the
    comprehensive plan for the development of
    sustainable human settlements
  • Programme 1 Administration allocation increases
    to support the expansion of administrative
    capacity to accommodate new functions and the
    incorporation of the communications function into
    the Corporate Services
  • Programme 2 Policy Planning and Research
    increase is related to inflationary adjustment.

29
Trends in the budget allocation 2004/05 vs.
2005/06
  • Programme 3 Programme Management, allocation
    declines between 2004/05 and 2005/06 as a result
    of the consolidation of the human settlement
    redevelopment grant with the housing subsidy
    grant in Programme 6 Housing Development
    Funding
  • Programme 4 Housing Sector Performance consist
    mainly of transfer payments, largely to public
    entities, and it is the year-on-year changes in
    these that determine overall allocation. Servcon
    Housing Solutions, a joint venture between
    government and the banking industry to manage the
    disposal of properties owned by banks, allocation
    for 2004/05 amounts to R38,6 million and
    increased to R55,9 million in 2005/06. In
    2005/06, a small transfer to the Peoples Housing
    Partnership Trust is introduced to fund
    administrative and personnel costs associated
    with supporting self-build housing projects.
  • Programme 5 Housing Equity allocation increase
    is for goods and services, for the IT system
    required to monitor reporting from banks,

30
  • KEY ACTIVITIES PER PROGRAMME AND
  • BUDGET OVERVIEW
  • OVER THE MTEF (2005/08)

31
PROG 1 ADMINISTRATION
32
PROG 1 ADMINISTRATION
  • Purpose is to provide strategic leadership and
    administrative and management support services to
    the department. Promote and facilitate the flow
    of information between the department and its
    stakeholders.
  • The key strategic objectives include the
    following
  • Provision of strategic corporate communication
    services to all stakeholders
  • Provision of Strategic Financial Management
    Services
  • Provision of Corporate Services (such as HRM,
    Transport, Security and IT) to ensure corporate
    efficiently
  • Provision of strategic support services for the
    Minister and Accounting Officer
  • Implementation of the department's anti
    corruption initiative and investigative programme.

33
BUDGET OVERVIEW
  • MTEF Allocation
  • 2005/06 R83,737,000
  • 2006/07 R92,246,000 and
  • 2007/08 R97,948,000.
  • A real average increase over the MTEF at 7,3
  • Increase over MTEF mainly as a result of the
    increase in staff component for enhanced service
    delivery and aligning of functions to strategic
    objectives
  • This include the expansion of the
    Director-General office and the creation of
    security function.

34
BUDGET SUMMARY
35
BUDGET SUMMARY
36
PROG 2 POLICY PLANNING AND RESEARCH
37
PROG 2 POLICY PLANNING AND RESEARCH
  • PURPOSE
  • To develop sound national human settlement and
    housing policies, supported by research and
    underpinned by an appropriate legislative
    framework

38
OBJECTIVES POLICY PLANNING
  • Develop and manage sustainable human settlement
    policy and promote and maintain human settlement
    integration
  • Establish effective national housing policy and
    strategy
  • Develop, coordinate and monitor the
    implementation of housing framework legislation

39
STRUCTURE
  • Human Settlement Policy and Integration focuses
    on sustainable urban and rural human settlement
    development policy and is responsible for
    international cooperation on human settlement
    policy.
  • National Housing Policy and Strategy develops
    national housing policy and strategies. It also
    maintains the national housing code, manages the
    integrated multi-year housing development plans,
    and guides the design of appropriate
    institutional frameworks for implementing housing
    policy and strategy.

40
STRUCTURE
  • Housing Framework Legislation drafts housing
    legislation required to implement approved policy
    and strategies monitors the implementation of
    housing legislation and assesses the impact of
    other legislation on the housing function.
  • BUDGET 2005/2006 R 24,6 M

41
KEY ACTIVITIES OVER MTEF
  • HUMAN SETTLEMENT POLICY AND INTEGRATION
  • Housing land policy
  • Guide lines for farm worker housing
  • Densification, integration and inner city renewal
    programme
  • Aligning IDPs and housing sector plans
  • Energy efficient housing
  • Substantive inputs to multi-lateral processes

42
KEY ACTIVITIES OVER MTEF
  • NATIONAL HOUSING POLICY AND STRATEGY
  • Special Housing needs assistance policy
  • Medium density housing policy investigation
  • Developing guidelines for sustainable housing
    development by revising the National Housing
    Code
  • Revisit rural subsidy programme
  • Back yard rental policy intervention
  • Guidelines for informal settlement pilot projects
  • New housing typologies and designs

43
KEY ACTIVITIES OVER MTEF
  • FRAMEWORK LEGISLATION
  • Social Housing Act
  • Regulations to the Social Housing Act
  • Housing Development Act (New)
  • Review of national, provincial and local
    legislation impacting on the Comprehensive Plan

44
KEY ACTIVITIES OVER MTEF
  • Amendments to various acts administered by the
    Department in accordance with need Including-

- An efficient and implementable Housing Act
that complies with DORA and PFMA - An equitable
PIE Act that is constitutional and unambiguous
and allows for the orderly eviction of unlawful
occupiers - An efficient Housing Consumers
Protection Measures Act that is unambiguous and
serves the interests of housing consumers - An
efficient and implementable Rental Housing Act
that gives Rental Housing Tribunals the power to
enforce their rulings
45
CHIEF DIRECTORATE RESEARCH
  • The Chief Directorate Research initiates,
    undertakes and manages research on human
    settlements and housing.

46
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE RESEARCH
  • To establish internal and external research
    networks and foster a research culture within the
    Department to progressively improve the
    relevance, alignment, quality, and usefulness of
    research activities so that the Department is
    able to maintain a leading role in national, and
    international, debates around human settlements
    and influence practice to more efficiently and
    effectively fulfil the housing mandate.

47
KEY ACTIVITIES OVER MTEF
  • RESEARCH
  • Research on informal settlement upgrading and
    support
  • Promoting alternative technologies and improved
    housing design
  • Level of socio-economic and ethnic integration in
    SA
  • International experience in densification and
    integration
  • Study on housing ex servicemen
  • International research seminar

48
BUDGET SUMMARY
49
BUDGET SUMMARY
50
PROG 3 PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT
51
PROGRAMME 3 PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT
  • Purpose
  • Manage National Housing and Human Settlement
    Programs to enable, support and promote the
    implementation of projects
  • Measurable Objectives
  • Increase access to and improve the delivery of
    adequate housing in sustainable Human Settlements
    by effectively providing officials, structures
    and systems with knowledge, skills, guidance and
    funding

52
STRUCTURE
  • 3 Directorates
  • National Housing Programs
  • Special Programs Support
  • Capacity Building
  • 4 Sub-Programs
  • Budget R95 million

53
KEY ACTIVITIES OVER MTEF
  • OLD BUSINESS
  • Enhanced Phasing Out Program (March 2006)
  • First Time Home Buyers Interest Subsidy Scheme
    (Monthly)
  • NHBRC Warranty Cover (October 2005)
  • Human Settlement Redevelopment Program (Monthly)
  • Presidential Pilot Project on Rental Housing
    (Monthly/Ongoing)

54
OLD BUSINESS (CONT)
  • Housing Professional Body (Dec 2005)
  • Housing Practitioners Skills Audit (Oct 2005)
  • Consumer Education (Roll-out May 2005)
  • Housing Policy Workshops/seminars
    (Continuously)
  • Accredited train-the-trainer program (March
    2006)
  • Housing Education and Training Standards (March
    2006)

55
NEW BUSINESS
  • New Procurement Regime (Oct 2005)
  • Rural Housing enhancement (Dec 2005)
  • Guidelines for new subsidy bands (Dec 2005)
  • Accreditation Framework and Promotion (Ongoing)
  • EPWP Regulating Framework (Completed)
  • Rectification of houses pre/post 1994 (Post
    completed)
    (Pre- Oct 2005)

56
NEW BUSINESS (CONT)
  • HIV/AIDS assistance program (March 2005)
  • New Hostels Program (Dec 2005)
  • Farm worker Housing guidelines (March 2005)
  • New PHP guidelines (Nov 2005)
  • Guidelines for a phased development approach
    (Oct 2005)
  • Framework for social/econ amenities (Completed)
  • Alignment of infrastructure policy (Ongoing with
    sector Depts)

57
NEW BUSINESS (CONT)
  • Training Program for Accreditation (Ongoing)
  • Social/Econ facilities training/awareness (June
    2005)
  • Informal Settlement Capacity building (Ongoing)
  • Roll out of Consumer Education Strategy (May
    2005)
  • Training/Capacity Building Programs
  • Social Housing (May 2005)
  • Phasing Out (March 2006)
  • Procurement (Jan 2006)

58
BUDGET SUMMARY
59
BUDGET SUMMARY
60
BUDGET OVERVIEW
  • MTEF allocation
  • 2005/06 R95,061,000
  • 2006/07 R69,893,000 and
  • 2007/08 R96,887,000.
  • Reason for fluctuation over MTEF is due to the
    integration of the Human Settlement Redevelopment
    Program grant into the Integrated Housing and
    Human Settlement Development Grant.
  • Commitments on projects for 2005/06 amounts to
    R24,395,000
  • Additional funding for capacity building

61
PROVINCIAL ALLOCATION (HSRDP)
62
PROG 4 HOUSING SECTOR PERFORMANCE
63
PROG 4 HOUSING SECTOR PERFORMANCE
  • Purpose
  • Monitor the performance and assesses the impact
    of housing delivery, manages housing information,
    and monitors and analyses the impact of
    governments housing policy and programmes on the
    construction sector, the financial sector and the
    economy, and the housing institutions.

64
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
  • To monitor, evaluate and assess
  • The implementation, performance and impact of
    Governments national housing programs
  • The impact th1ereof on the construction sector
  • The oversight management of the Housing Support
    Institutions and
  • The provision of IT systems and its management in
    relation to the distribution of housing subsidies

65
STRUCTURE
  • There are five subprogrammes
  • Policy and Programme Monitoring assesses the
    implementation of national housing policy and
    programmes, and the impact of these on
    beneficiaries, the environment and the roles of
    the three spheres of government.
  • Information Management maintains national housing
    databases and information systems.
  • Industry Analysis and Development Finance
    monitors and analyses the impact of governments
    housing policy and programmes on the construction
    sector, the financial sector and the economy.
  • Housing Institutions monitors the performance of
    the following housing institutions National
    Housing Finance Corporation, Servcon Housing
    Solutions (Pty) Ltd, Peoples Housing Partnership
    Trust, Social Housing Foundation, National Home
    Builders Registration Council, Thubelisha Homes,
    National Urban reconstruction and Housing Agency,
    and the Rural Housing Loan Fund.
  • Contributions administers the transfer payments
    to these institutions.

66
BUDGET SUMMARY
67
BUDGET SUMMARY
68
CHIEF DIRECTORATE INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
  • Strategic Objective To provide human settlement
    information to support Governments housing
    provision process
  • Deliverables MTEF
  • Develop, manage and maintain housing information
    systems (HSS, HUIS, NHSDB)
  • ensure an effective library and resource service
  • Manage the provision and maintenance of the
    Housing Subsidy System to accredited Local
    Governments and
  • Manage the level of quality of data continuously
    to ensure accurate and reliable data.

69
CHIEF DIRECTORATE HOUSING SECTOR PERFORMANCE
  • Strategic Objective To monitor, evaluate and
    assess the implementation, progress and impact of
    national as well as entrepreneurial development
    and job creation programs
  • Deliverables MTEF
  • Develop monitoring, evaluation and impact
    assessment system based on the BNG Housing Plan
  • Create and develop publications to advise
    management and stakeholders
  • Establish effective and efficient communication
    channel between three tiers of Government

70
CHIEF DIRECTORATE INDUSTRY ANALYSIS
  • Strategic Objective To monitor and evaluate
    Governments programs in the construction sector,
    accessibility of development finance and impact
    of economic indicators
  • Deliverables MTEF
  • Effective monitoring of the construction sector,
    quality of houses, alternative building
    technologies and capacity
  • Monitor and evaluate the housing finance sector,
    effectiveness of housing finance products and the
    impact of the economy on the housing sector
  • Monitor the performance of Housing Support
    Institutions against the BNG Housing Plan,
    founding mandates and products offered

71
BUDGET OVERVIEW
  • MTEF allocation
  • 2005/06 R130,607,000
  • 2006/07 R190,258,000 and
  • 2007/08 R211,620,000 million.
  • Average increase of 22 over the MTEF
  • Mainly as a result of increases in allocation to
    SERVCON as a result of SERVCON concluding its
    work.
  • Fairly stable over MTEF period

72
PROG 5 HOUSING EQUITY
73
PROG 5 HOUSING EQUITY
  • Purpose
  • Eradicate discrimination and unfair practices to
    do with access to housing finance, by
    implementing and administering the Home Loan and
    Mortgage Disclosure Act (2000) and its
    regulations.

74
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
  • To promote transformation in financial services
    associated with housing finance to low to medium
    income households
  • To facilitate and ensure the availability and
    accessibility of affordable housing finance
    instruments/products and savings schemes to low
    to medium income households.

75
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES ( continued )
  • To identify possible discriminatory lending
    patterns in housing finance to low to medium
    income households by implementing the Home Loan
    and Mortgage Disclosure Act.
  • To monitor that financial institutions meet the
    targets they set in terms of the financial
    services sector charter.

76
KEY ACTIVITIES OVER MTEF
  • Engage with financial institutions to
  • ensure that they transform the way in which they
    engage with the target market ( immediate and
    on-going )
  • develop affordable housing finance instruments (
    31st December 2005 )
  • Explore risk sharing mechanisms to enable
    mobilising credit at scale ( 31st December 2005 )
  • Identify and resolve impediments to a properly
    functioning property market ( immediate and
    on-going )
  • ensure appropriate consumer education programs
    (31st December 2005 )
  • ensure expanding points of representation ( 31st
    December 2005 )

77
KEY ACTIVITIES OVER MTEF ( continued )
  • finalise and gazette regulations to implement the
    Home Loan and Mortgage Disclosure Act (30th June
    2005)
  • receive, capture analyse information disclosed
    by financial institutions (31st December 2005)
  • submit annual reports to Minister and other
    stakeholders. (31st March 2006 )

78
BUDGET SUMMARY
79
BUDGET OVERVIEW
  • MTEF allocation
  • 2005/06 R5,949,000
  • 2006/07 R6,306,000 and
  • 2007/08 R6,621,000.
  • Average increase of 5 over MTEF

80
PROG 6 HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUNDING
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PROG 6 HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUNDING
  • Housing Development Funding manages the funding
    of national housing programmes.
  • The programme comprises three sub-programmes
  • Fund Management administers payments of the
    conditional grant to provinces.
  • Integrated Housing and Human Settlement
    Development Grant reflects the conditional grant
    allocation that is transferred to provinces
  • Interest and Redemption on Private Loans
    administered the interest payments on liabilities
    held by the National Housing Development Board
    and the SA Housing Trust, all of which have been
    transferred to National Treasury.

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KEY ACTIVITIES OVER MTEF
  • The Integrated Housing and Human Settlement
    Development Grant is the amalgamation of aspects
    of the Human Settlement Redevelopment (which
    previously fell under Programme Management) the
    previous Housing Subsidy conditional grants
  • To accommodate the funding required for
    implementing the new comprehensive plan for the
    development of sustainable human settlements
  • Will in the first year fund the current business
    and new pilot projects across the country
  • National Department assisting provinces in
    finalising plans and targets in line with
    Comprehensive plan for 31 March 2005 target date
    for submission of these plans.

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KEY ACTIVITIES OVER MTEF
  • Transfer of funds according to payment schedule
  • Monitoring of expenditure on provincial local
    authority level
  • Amending Housing subsidy grant framework
  • To provide a effective and efficient debtor
    system.

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BUDGET SUMMARY
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BUDGET SUMMARY
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BUDGET OVERVIEW
  • MTEF allocation
  • 2005/06 R4,851,724,000
  • 2006/07 R5,668,648,000 and
  • 2007/08 R6,927,081,000.
  • Accounts for the bulk of the departments
    expenditure
  • Average increase of 15,6 over MTEF

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PROVINCIAL ALLOCATIONS (IHHSDG)
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Transfers to Provinces
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Summary of the Housing Delivery Targets and
Funding Allocations for the nine Provincial
Housing Departments.
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THANK YOU
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The New Plan in Action
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Province Eastern Cape PMG note photographs
not included
Bulembu Peoples Housing Project - King Williams
Town BCM WARD 9 RURAL HOUSING PROJECT, ALSO KNOWN
AS BULEMBU PEOPLES HOUSING PROJECT.
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Province Eastern Cape PMG note photographs
not included
Sakhasonke Village Walmer - Port Elizabeth
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Province Free State PMG note photograph not
included
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included
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Province Northern Cape PMG note photographs
not included
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Province Northern Cape PMG note photographs
not included
Kuruman 16 Days of Activism, December 2004
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Province Mpumalanga PMG note photographs not
included
Gogo Nhlapho, 78 yrs received her house after the
residential Imbizo in Ogies
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Province Mpumalanga PMG note photographs not
included
Building Communities where people of all races
live together
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Province Western Cape PMG note photographs
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Envisaged Output - N2 Gateway Project
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Province Western Cape
Envisaged Output N2 Gateway Project
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Province Gauteng PMG note photographs not
included
  • Brickfields Housing Project Newtown
    Johannesburg
  • Mixed income residential development comprising
    of 1400 housing units

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Province Gauteng PMG note photographs not
included
  • 14 500 Formal Houses Built in 2004/5
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