Swartland Municipality - Swartland Draft North Area Plan - AREA PLAN FOR 2018/2019 - MAY 2018

 
Swartland Municipality - Swartland Draft North Area Plan - AREA PLAN FOR 2018/2019 - MAY 2018
Swartland Municipality
Swartland Draft North Area Plan
        Moorreesburg and Koringberg
              WARDS 1 and 2

   AREA PLAN FOR 2018/2019 - MAY 2018
Swartland Municipality - Swartland Draft North Area Plan - AREA PLAN FOR 2018/2019 - MAY 2018
Contents
1     INTRODUCTION
      1.1 General
      1.2 Structure of document
      1.3 Compilation of the area plans
      1.4 The IDP and area plans
2     DEMOGRAPHIC SUMMARY OF THE SWARTLAND MUNICIPAL AREA
3     TOWNS IN THE AREA
3.1   Moorreesburg
      (a) Historical background
      (b) Development perspective
      (c) Service backlogs
3.2   Koringberg
      (a) Historical background
      (b) Development perspective
      (c) Service backlogs
3.3   Provincial Government investment in the area
3.4   Town statistics
4     WARD DETAIL
4.1   Ward 1 (Koringberg and part of Moorreesburg)
      (a) Ward 1 description
      (b) Ward 1 committee information
      (c) Ward 1 statistics
      (d) Ward 1 priority needs
4.2   Ward 2 (Moorreesburg East)
      (a) Ward 2 description
      (b) Ward 2 committee information
      (c) Ward 2 statistics
      (d) Ward 2 priority needs
5.    MUNICIPAL BUDGET 2018/2019
ANNEXURE1: SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK PROPOSALS
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1       INTRODUCTION
1.1     GENERAL
Area-based planning is an initiative that complements the IDP process by focusing and zooming in on communities. Communities in this sense are
represented by settlements and wards. Because wards are often demarcated in a way that divides areas that in reality function as a unit, Swartland
decided to adopt an approach that in the first place focuses on sensible geographical areas, simultaneously considering ward planning so that wards
are not neglected. To achieve this, a number of wards are combined for each area plan.
The following five planning areas were identified:
     North: Moorreesburg, Koringberg and Ruststasie (Wards 1 and 2)
     East: Riebeek West, Riebeek Kasteel and Ongegund (Wards 3 and 12)
     West: Darling and Yzerfontein (Wards 5 and 6)
     South: Abbotsdale, Chatsworth, Riverlands and Kalbaskraal (Wards 4 and 7)
     Central: Malmesbury (Wards 8, 9, 10 and 11 and small portions of wards 4, 7 and 12).
As such, it is an approach that represents an effort to address integrated development planning at a sub-municipal level. There are therefore five
planning areas; each with its own Area Plan document. Four of the five plans represent two wards each, while Malmesbury town represents four
wards.
The importance of the role of the wards and ward committees is addressed in the second section of each Area Plan. It also contains the community
inputs and the results of the public meetings pertaining to those wards.

1.2     STRUCTURE OF DOCUMENT
When presenting planning and community participation at local level, information is presented per town and per ward (as mentioned in the previous
paragraph).
This can be challenging as it interrupts the natural flow from analysis and community participation towards projects. To maintain clarity, however,
everything that can be linked to a town was grouped in the town section, and everything linked to a ward approach, is presented in the ward section.

1.3     COMPILATION OF THE AREA PLANS
The Municipality together with the ward committees commenced with the compilation of area plans covering all 12 wards. Meetings were held with
all 12 ward committees to determine their issues and top ten priorities.
The meetings were held on the following dates:
22 February 2018 – Ward 12
26 February 2018 – Wards 1, 2, 8 and 10
27 February 2018 – Wards 5, 6, 9 and 11
28 February 2018 – Ward 3
01 March 2018 – Wards 4 and 7
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The role of the wards and ward committees is built into the process, as the second section of each area plan represents the ward committee
members and the planning they have been involved with.
During the meetings the persons present were given the opportunity to identify the main priorities of the relevant wards, in respect of the five IDP
strategic goals.
The priorities that were identified during the meetings were returned to the various ward committees by the end of March 2018 to verify the ten main
priorities, as stated in the area plan.
The area plan was finalized end of May 2018 and submitted to the council for approval.

1.4     THE IDP AND AREA PLANS
The five area plans include the following:
     an understanding of social diversity in the community, the assets, vulnerabilities and preferences of these different social groups;
     an analysis of the services available to these groups, as well as the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats facing the community;
     a consensus on priorities for the relevant wards; and
     Identification of projects for the IDP.
Area plans help to ensure that the IDP is more targeted and relevant to addressing the priorities of all groups, including the most vulnerable. Area
plans provide ward committees with a systematic planning and implementation tool to perform their roles and responsibilities. They form the basis for
dialogue between the Municipality and ward committees regarding the identification of priorities and budget requests and will also be used by ward
committees for ongoing monitoring and evaluation throughout the year.
Area plans are part and parcel of the IDP and contain information used in defining the Municipality’s long term strategy. The information is however on
a detail level and not duplicated in the IDP.
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2      DEMOGRAPHIC SUMMARY OF THE SWARTLAND MUNICIPAL AREA
Total municipal area                                                         Demographics in 2016 (Stats SA 2016 Community Survey)
                                                                                    Population:     Younger than 34:                Households:
    3 700 km²
                                                                                    133 762         61%                             39 139

Education in 2016 (2017 Socio-economic profile, PGWC)

          Learner-teacher ratio: 42.5      Gr12 dropout rate: 23.2%    Matric pass rate: 89.4%     Number of schools: 31 Schools with libraries: 17

Poverty in 2016 (2017 Socio-economic profile, PGWC)

          Gini Coefficient: 0.58       Human Development Index: 0.69        Households with no income: 10.4%          Indigent households: 8 495

Access to basic services in 2016 (Stats SA, 2016 Community Survey, minimum service level)

          Piped water: 92.8%                        Refuse removal: 83.5%            Electricity: 98.7%                 Sanitation: 96.2%

Economy [Municipal Economic Review and Outlook (MERO), 2017]                 Employment (2017 Socio-economic profile, PGWC)

                 Average annual GDP growth 2005-2015: 3.4%                            Average annual employment growth 2005-2015: 1.6%

Three largest sectors according to GDPR contribution in 2015 (2017 Socio-economic profile, PGWC)
Manufacturing: 24.4%             Wholesale and retail trade, catering and accommodation: 17.5% Agriculture, forestry and fishing: 14.4%

Health in 2016 (2017 Socio-economic profile, PGWC)
                Number of primary                                     Maternal deaths per      Registered patients       % babies born to mothers
                                           Immunisation rate: 85.1%
                health care facilities: 14                            100 000 live births: 0   receiving ART: 2 086      under 18: 9.3%

Safety and security – % change between 2016 and 2017 in number of reported cases (2017 Socio-economic profile, PGWC)
                                       Driving under the influence:
          Residential burglaries: 1.2%                              Drug-related crime: 49.0% Murders: -26.8% Sexual offences: -1.7%
                                       67.0%
3         TOWNS IN THE AREA
3.1       MOORREESBURG

(a)       HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
Moorreesburg originated as a result of the establishment of the DR Church in the last half of the 19th century. The earliest history of the church up to
1882 was interwoven with the history and initial development of the town. The town is named after one of the former minsters of the Swartland
congregation, namely Rev. J. C. Le Fèbre Moorrees.
In 1882 Lord Milner granted town status and Moorreesburg’s first town council was elected. Besides the central town area, development also takes
place in four other areas namely;
          Parts of the town Neulfontein B (currently known as the farm Tevrede) was developed and is known as Steynsburg. It is the area between Park
           Street and Uitsig Street;
          In 1920 the area between Smuts Street and Uitsig Street was developed. This area is known as Smutsville;
          On the northern side of Lang Street and the western side of Reservoir Street another area is developed on a section of the farm Klipvlei;
          The town area of Hooikraal was laid out in 1915 and divided into 1234 erven which were sold at a cheaper price than the town erven. In 1915
           the land north of the river at Hooikraal was incorporated.
(b)       DEVELOPMENT PERSPECTIVE
Moorreesburg registered as a “medium” development category on both the qualitative and quantitative analysis (ranked 32nd), while its needs levels
are relatively low (ranked 24th). When compared to the provincial average. Moorreesburg performs well in the development components related to
institutional services, economic change and regional development. The main function of the town is that of an agricultural service centre (central
place town), in the heart of the wheat producing Swartland district.
Light industries are beginning to play an increasingly important role in the town. The role of the Swartland Group (producing wooden window frames
and doors), Skaarland (ploughs), Swartland Cement and other agri-related industries (dog food and canola oil), should not be underestimated in its
impact on the local economy of the region. More light industries related to the agricultural function should be attracted. Moorreesburg is the seat of
the West Coast District Municipality (WCDM).
After a period of development the town’s economy reflects a declining growth since 2000. This can be attributed to, among other things, that the
head office of the Swartland Municipality was established in Malmesbury after amalgamation, the leakage of buying power to Cape Town,
Malmesbury and Piketberg and the stagnation of agricultural production due to drought and the strong rand currency (which makes imports of corn
cheaper than producing it locally).
Water availability may be a limiting factor for development as an agriculture centre. The possibility to diversify agricultural activities in the region must
be investigated. The present dominance of agriculture around which the town economy revolves makes the economic base vulnerable. This could be
countered by a specific focus on agriculture/wheat related tourism.
(c)     SERVICE BACKLOGS
Streets and traffic
     Moorreesburg is served by the N7 on the eastern side of town, which forms the mains transport route between Cape Town and Namibia. Numerous
      problems are encountered with safe access to the N7 from both entrances to town, particularly the southern entrance. During winter months
      problems with bad vision is experience due to fog. The town links with the West Coast via the R45 and with Paarl/Wellington via the R311. With this
      excellent road infrastructure Moorreesburg forms a junction between the north and south as well as east and west.
Sewerage
   The Waste Water Treatment Works must be upgraded. There is not sufficient treatment capacity and the infrastructure is obsolete resulting in high
    maintenance costs and poor performance.
Storm water
 Maintenance of the No-Go River.
 Regular blockages and flooding in Rosenhof.
 Upgrading of systems in the vicinity of Royal Street.

Water
 Obsolete infrastructure, pipe breakages, leaking valves and leaking hydrants.
 Poorly developed network, shortage in shut-off valves.
 Secondary Chlorination at reservoirs must be implemented.

Streets
   Backlog of resealing program, deterioration of road infrastructure
Electricity
   Replacement of obsolete substations and networks.

3.2     KORINGBERG

(a)     HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
Koringberg is a typical example of a town that developed from a church and a railway siding. The town was originally established in 1923 with the
church being built on the farm Brakfontein. It was initially known as Warren’s Camp after the railway station. The name Koringberg however, refers to
the prominent hill behind the village which overlooks the wheat fields. The town obtained municipal status in 1975 but lost it afterwards. Today
Koringberg is the northern-most settlement of the Swartland Municipal Area.

(b)     DEVELOPMENT PERSPECTIVE
Koringberg developed as an agricultural service centre, but currently functions as a residential settlement which to a large extend accommodates
farm workers of the surrounding rural areas. To an extent the cultivation of wheat was replaced with the production of grapes for the export market.
The farm Broodkraal provides work to 2000 labourers of which the majority live in Koringberg. Some of the farm residents are of the opinion that
Koringberg has positive growth potentials as a retirement village and a rural breakaway resort. Various artists and retirees have already settled down
here.
Koringberg with a low development potential (ranked 70th), should at this stage qualify primarily for major social capital investment rather than for
fixed infrastructural investment. In this way the capacity of the town’s community and their social well-being could be uplifted more effectively.
The town is located a few kilometres off the N7 route and its proximity to Moorreesburg contributes to its functional role as a low-order rural settlement.
In realty Koringberg’s development profile promises very little growth potential. The only positive development components the settlement reveals are
economic change and regional vitality, which are misleading indicators on account of the statistical fallacy produced by relative large percentages
on small census numbers.

(c)     SERVICE BACKLOGS
Sewerage
   Sewer reticulation network poorly developed and must be extended
   Waste Water Treatment Works is overloaded and must be upgraded
Storm water
   No formal piped storm water drainage system.
   There are many unlined channels which causes erosion and maintenance problems.
Water
 Poorly developed network, small diameter pipes, low pressure and flow condition and open ring mains.
 Sections of the water reticulation network is obsolete and must be upgraded.
 Secondary chlorination at reservoirs must be implemented.

Streets
   Backlog resealing program coupled with deterioration of road infrastructure.
   Many roads are not constructed with kerbstone and formal sidewalks.
Electricity
 Eskom area of supply.
 Street lighting inadequate.
3.3   PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT INVESTMENT IN THE AREA
The summary of infrastructure and capital related projects, as set out in the Western Cape Government’s Budget Estimates of Provincial Revenue and
Expenditure 2018, are as follows:
                                                                                                           Total   Exp. from
          Facility / Asset Name                                                                           Project  previous 2018/19 2019/20 2020/21
                                                 Type of infrastructure      Date: Start   Date: Finish
           and Project Name                                                                                Cost      years
                                                                                                           R'000     R'000     R'000   R'000   R'000
Laurie Hugo PS                               New primary school              1 Sep 2020 1 Dec 2022          70 300         300       -   2 000 10 000
Moorreesburg HS                              New secondary school           15 Nov 2018 30 Mar 2020         60 500       5 000   2 000 10 000 25 000
Moorreesburg Clinic - HT - General
                                             Health Technology              31 Mar 2018 31 Mar 2019          1 500          -       -    1 000           -
upgrade and maintenance (Alpha)
Moorreesburg (Main Road 231)                 Blacktop/Tarred Roads          19 Mar 2015 31 Dec 2018       145 006      11 110   2 000         -          -
Koringberg Satellite Clinic - HT - General
                                             Health Technology              31 Mar 2018 31 Mar 2019           500           -    250       250           -
maintenance (Alpha)
TOTAL                                                                                                     277 806      16 410   4 250   13 250      35 000

3.4   TOWN STATISTICS
Due to the fact that some of the towns fall in different wards the statistical information is provided per town and ward. The tables below contain the
statistics per town while the statistics per ward are reflected under each ward and provide information pertaining to the specific ward.

Population per group
                                     Moorreesburg                  Koringberg
Population Group
                                    Number            %          Number            %
Black African                         1 247        6.7%               58        3.2%
Coloured                             13 106       70.3%            1 539       85.0%
Indian or Asian                          46        0.2%                1        0.1%
White                                 4 169       22.4%              204       11.3%
Other                                    75        0.4%                8        0.5%
TOTAL PER TOWN                       18 643     100.0%             1 810      100.0%

Age distribution per category
Town                        0-9 years 10 – 19 years 20-29 years 30-39 years 40-41 years 50-59 years 60-69 years 70-79 years             80+ years
Moorreesburg                    3 224         2 945       3 190       2 532       2 603       1 837       1 287         765                   259
Koringberg                        316           371         294         218         261         159         114          54                    23
Average household size

Town                                  Number of households                         Average household size
Moorreesburg                                               5 357                                         3.4
Koringberg                                                   473                                         3.8

Dwelling types

Town              House or Traditional     Flat or       Cluster          Town-    Semi-   House/          Informal    Informal Room/ flat Caravan/               Other
                     brick/ dwelling/      apart-      house in          house detached flat/ room         dwelling dwelling       let on a     tent
                  concrete         hut/ ment in a      complex           (semi-   house          in       (shack in (shack not property
                      block structure    block of                     detached           backyard            back-            in or larger
                  structure made of          flats                    house in a                              yard) backyard; dwelling/
                       on a traditional                               complex)                                       e.g. in an   servants
                  separate materials                                                                                  informal/ quarters/
                   stand or                                                                                            squatter granny flat
                 yard or on                                                                                         settlement
                     a farm                                                                                             or on a
                                                                                                                          farm)
Moorreesburg          4 588         10           233              1           13         96        117           46           176          39             13         24
Koringberg             430           3             6              0            1         13          7               6          0           1              1             3

Official employment status

Town                              Employed             Unemployed           Discouraged work-          Other not          Age less than 15                        N/A
                                                                                       seeker       economically                     years
                                                                                                          active
Moorreesburg                             5 942                        948                 318                  5 248                       0                     6 184
Koringberg                                608                          22                     18                 516                       0                      646

Monthly income per household

Town                   No Income            R1 – 12 800           R12 800 – R25 600 R25 601 –            R51 201 –            R102 401 –             R204 801+
                                                                                    R51 200              R102 400             R204 800
Moorreesburg                        7 563                 9 392                    563             143                   42                     14                 10
Koringberg                           519                  1 111                     24              10                    1                      0                  0
Human settlement overview (Housing)

Town                             Waiting list        Financial year
Moorreesburg                              1 621            2017/18
Koringberg                                 233             2017/18

Households’ source of energy for lighting

Town                        Electricity             Gas        Paraffin Candles (not           Solar        None         Unspecified
                                                                             a valid
                                                                            option)
Moorreesburg                    98.8%               0.0%            0.1%         0.9%          0.0%             0.2%           0.0%
Koringberg                      99.4%               0.3%            0.0%         0.0%          0.3%             0.0%           0.0%

Households’ source of refuse disposal

Town                 Removed by local          Removed by local        Communal refuse      Own refuse dump       No rubbish disposal                 Other
                       authority/private        authority/private               dump
                      company at least        company less often
                          once a week
Moorreesburg                       98.3%                     0.5%                   0.3%                 0.8%                     0.1%                 0.1%
Koringberg                         99.7%                     0.0%                   0.0%                 0.3%                     0.0%                 0.0%

Households’ source of water (Tap information)

Town                              Piped (tap)          Piped (tap)         Piped (tap)       Piped (tap)     Piped (tap)   Piped (tap)          No access to
                                  water inside         water inside           water on          water on        water on       water on          piped (tap)
                                     dwelling                  yard        community         community       community     community                  water
                                                                      stand : distance stand : between stand : between stand : distance
                                                                          < 200m from     200m & 500m 500m & 1000m        >1000m from
                                                                              dwelling    from dwelling   from dwelling        dwelling
Moorreesburg                                93.7%             5.5%              0.5%             0.0%                  0.0%              0.0%          0.2%
Koringberg                                  91.8%             7.3%              0.0%             0.0%                  0.0%              0.0%          0.9%
4     WARD DETAIL
4.1   WARD 1 (Koringberg and part of Moorreesburg)

(a)   WARD 1 DESCRIPTION:
Northern and western parts of Moorreesburg, Koringberg as well as the rural area north of Moorreesburg.
4.2   WARD 1 COMMITTEE INFORMATION
WARD COUNCILOR: Marlene Van Zyl

MEMBERS OF THE WARD COMMITTEE

Sector                 Member             Address               Town           Preferred Tel No     Email
Ekonomiese             Nicolaas Hanekom Hannekomshoop           Moorreesburg   (+27) 082 785 7745
ontwikkeling/
werkskepping
Gemeenskapsveiligheid Edian Badenhorst    Pleinstraat 10        Moorreesburg   (+27) 079 894 1814
Gesondheid en Welsyn Caroline             Wildevysingel 25      Moorreesburg   (+27) 083 239 4573
                     Frankenson
Jeugontwikkeling en    Niciale Cupido     Renonkelstraat 17     Moorreesburg   (+27) 074 085 0955
Opvoeding
Landbou- en landelike Ian Koch            Uitsigstraat 27       Moorreesburg   (+27) 083 231 5484
ontwikkeling (landelike
dienslewering)
Munisipale             William de Bruyn   Impalastraat 246      Koringberg     (+27) 083 947 9819
dienslewering /
infrastruktuur
(Koringberg)
Sosiale en Maatskaplike Alana M Laws      Paul Krugerstraat 6   Moorreesburg   (+27) 082 418 4479
ontwikkeling
Sport en Ontspanning   Hendrik Thiersen   Reservoirstraat 39    Moorreesburg   (+27) 082 457 2239
Munisipale             Cornelius Thiart   14 Chrisbahof         Moorreesburg   (+27) 078 298 1757
Dienslewering /                           Kerkstraat 36
Infrastruktuur
(Moorreesburg)
(b)     WARD 1 STATISTICS
The statistics mentioned below is a holistic picture of ward 1.

Population per group

                                           Ward 1
Population Group
                                     Number                  %
Black African                             3 065           30.2%
Coloured                                  4 745           46.8%
Indian or Asian                             48             0.5%
White                                     2 264           22.3%
Other                                       25             0.2%
TOTAL PER WARD                        10 147         100.0%

Age distribution per category

Ward                        0-9 years 10 – 19 years 20-29 years 30-39 years 40-41 years 50-59 years 60-69 years 70-79 years             80+ years
Ward 1                            1 189           1 363           2 927         1 570            1 161        946        535      318           137

Average household size

Ward                         Number of households             Average household size
Ward 1                                             2 005                             5.0

Dwelling types

Ward                 House or    Traditional   Flat or         Cluster       Town-    Semi-   House/ Informal Informal Room/ flat Caravan/            Other
                        brick/    dwelling/    apart-        house in       house detached flat/ room dwelling dwelling        let on a  tent
                     concrete           hut/ ment in a       complex        (semi-   house          in (shack in     (shack property
                         block     structure block of                    detached           backyard      back-        not in or larger
                     structure     made of        flats                  house in a                        yard) backyard; dwelling/
                          on a   traditional                             complex)                                 e.g. in an servants
                     separate     materials                                                                       informal/ quarters/
                      stand or                                                                                     squatter     granny
                    yard or on                                                                                   settlement         flat
                        a farm                                                                                       or on a
                                                                                                                       farm)
Ward 1                   1 760             10         37             9           9         100           37         11     1     12        7            15
Official employment status

Ward                                Employed               Unemployed         Discouraged work-             Other not             Age less than 15                        N/A
                                                                                         seeker          economically                        years
                                                                                                               active
Ward 1                                     2 629                        98                   77                     4 887                          0                    2 456

Monthly income per household

Ward                   No Income              R1 – 12 800            R12 800 – R25 600 R25 601 –              R51 201 –               R102 401 –            R204 801+
                                                                                       R51 200                R102 400                R204 800
Ward 1                                2 518                  3 695                 270                  88                       30                    12                  12

Households’ source of energy for lighting

Ward                         Electricity            Gas              Paraffin Candles (not            Solar           None        Unspecified
                                                                                   a valid
                                                                                  option)
Ward 1                           98.2%              0.0%               0.0%           1.6%            0.0%                0.0%              0.0%

Households’ source of refuse disposal

Ward               Removed by local authority/private                Removed by local authority/private Communal refuse                 Own refuse          No rubbish Other
                      company at least once a week                                 company less often            dump                       dump              disposal
Ward 1                                               74.1%                                            0.4%                   5.4%             19.2%                0.5% 0.3%

Households’ source of water (Tap information)

Ward     Piped (tap)       Piped       Piped (tap) water on              Piped (tap) water on         Piped (tap) water on             Piped (tap) water on         No access
              water         (tap)        community stand :                 community stand :            community stand :                 community stand :           to piped
              inside       water      distance < 200m from             between 200m & 500m         between 500m & 1000m               distance >1000m from         (tap) water
            dwelling inside yard                   dwelling                     from dwelling                from dwelling                         dwelling

Ward 1         91.5%         6.4%                           1.2%                         0.1%                             0.1%                              0.0%         0.7%

(c)    WARD 1 PRIORITY NEEDS

Most important needs prioritized per strategic goal
The following priorities were obtained from workshops held in the respective wards from the 22nd of February to the 01st of March 2018. Individuals
attending the workshops were given the opportunity to identify the most important priorities. The top 10 most prevalent priorities are listed below.
Ward 1 Priority needs (municipal mandates) 2018 Capex/                          Budget                    Additional
Strategy
                    Rank   Priority         Description                   Opex   2018/19   2019/20 2020/21 2021/22   2022/23   comments
SG 5 - SERVICES:       1   Water security  Ensure long term water
Sufficient,                                   security for Moorreesburg
affordable and                                and Koringberg
well-run services
SG 5 - SERVICES:       2   Upgrading of  Ensure the upgrading of
Sufficient,                sewerage           the sewerage network
affordable and             network
well-run services
SG 1 - PEOPLE:         3   Financial         Most of the elderly are
Improved                   assistance for     receiving SASSA grants
quality of life for        old aged           and cannot afford the
citizens                   homes and          accommodation fees at
                           crèches            old aged homes and
                                              therefore requires
                                              financial assistance.
                                              Crèches also requires
                                              financial assistance.
SG 2 -                 4   Promote           Review tourism model
ECONOMY:                   tourism           Encourage tourism
Inclusive                                     entrepreneurs
economic                                     Support local
growth                                        festivals/events
SG 5 - SERVICES:       5   Cleaning of       Ensure cleaning of storm
Sufficient,                storm water        water systems more
affordable and             systems            frequently especially
well-run services                             before the winter season
SG 1 - PEOPLE:         6   Disabled          Make access to municipal
Improved                   friendly           buildings disabled friendly
quality of life for        buildings
citizens
SG 5 - SERVICES:       7   Upgrading of  Upgrade of current tarred
Sufficient,                road               roads in Moorreesburg
affordable and             infrastructure     and Koringberg
well-run services                            Upgrade of gravel streets
                                              near Silos (Tar/pave)
SG 1 - PEOPLE:         8   Safety            Establish neighbourhood
Improved                                      watches in Moorreesburg
quality of life for                           and Koringberg and
citizens                                      equip them with the
Ward 1 Priority needs (municipal mandates) 2018 Capex/                         Budget                    Additional
Strategy
             Rank   Priority         Description                  Opex   2018/19   2019/20 2020/21 2021/22   2022/23   comments
                                       necessary clothing and
                                       resources.
                                      Install safety cameras in
                                       Moorreesburg and
                                       Koringberg
SG 3 -          9   Upgrading of  Need more trees
ENVIRONMENT:        parks              (Moorreesburg and
Quality and                            Koringberg, the latter as
sustainable                            lemon tree town)
living                                Mobile skateboard park
environment                           Think differently about
                                       how parks should look to
                                       ensure that equipment is
                                       not stolen or vandalized
SG 3 -         10   Promote           Encourage children to do
ENVIRONMENT:        recycling          recycling (similar project
Quality and                            as in Darling)
sustainable                           Ensure job creation by
living                                 promoting recycling
environment
WARD 1 - OTHER NEEDS IDENTIFIED
                                                                 Other needs of Ward 1 - 2018
Strategy                                      Need                                       Description
SG 2 - ECONOMY: Inclusive economic            Support and promote local businesses        Incentives for businesses (i.e. discount on taxes)
growth                                                                                    Speedy process of building plans
                                                                                          Market business erven in Moorreesburg
SG 5 - SERVICES: Sufficient, affordable       Need more street lighting                   Streets have been identified with the Civil services department
and well-run services
SG 1 - PEOPLE: Improved quality of life for   Promote vegetable gardens                   Support the Department of Agriculture with the vegetable
citizens                                                                                   garden project they are busy with
SG 5 - SERVICES: Sufficient, affordable       Sport and recreation                        Maintain the sport facilities
and well-run services
SG 4 - INSTITUTIONS: Caring, competent        Education                                   Need a high school
and responsive institutions, organisations
and businesses
SG 5 - SERVICES: Sufficient, affordable       Visible street names                        Make street names more visible in Moorreesburg en Koringberg
and well-run services                                                                    
SG 1 - PEOPLE: Improved quality of life for   Safe house                                  Establish a safe house for the Moorreesburg and Koringberg
citizens                                                                                   area.
4.3   WARD 2 (Moorreesburg East)

(a)   WARD 2 DESCRIPTION:
Southern and eastern parts of Moorreesburg.
(b)   WARD 2 COMMITTEE INFORMATION
WARD COUNCILOR: Clive Henry Papers

MEMBERS OF THE WARD COMMITTEE

Sector                 Member              Address             Town            Preferred Tel No        Email
Gemeenskapsveiligheid Sidney Boois         Zinniastraat 27      Moorreesburg      (+27) 073 656 9706
Landbou / Landelike    Karl H Davids       Sirkelstraat 4       Moorreesburg      (+27) 072 055 9547
ontwikkeling
Sosiale en Maatskaplike Samenzani Dyasi    C2 Sibanye Square    Moorreesburg      (+27) 073 840 2311   zetdyasi@live.com
Ontwikkeling
Munisipale             Siyabulela E        Patryssirkel 53      Moorreesburg      (+27) 083 757 4393
Dienslewering en       Mcanjana            Fairview
infrastruktuur
Kultuur / Toerisme /   Dorethea Boltney    Pretoriastraat 47    Moorreesburg      (+27) 078 494 9355
Omgewing
Gesondheid & Welsyn    Magrieta Markus     Kotzestraat 66       Moorreesburg      (+27) 073 973 4996
Munisipale             Desmond Pypers      Olyfboomstraat 44    Moorreesburg      (+27) 084 772 6538   apostolichouse.moorreesburg@gmail
dienslewering /                                                                                        .com
infrastruktuur
Jeugontwikkeling /     Phakamani Soldaka Patryssirkel 39        Moorreesburg      (+27) 078 365 4448   pakamanisoldaka@yahoo.com
Opvoeding
Sport & Ontspanning    Alida Van Boven     Proteastraat 36      Moorreesburg      (+27) 071 811 7672
Ekonomiese             Sidney Van Rooyen Patryssirkel 42        Moorreesburg      (+27) 081 897 3618   sidneymentoor@gmail.com
Ontwikkeling /
Werkskepping
(c)     WARD 2 STATISTICS
The statistics mentioned below is a holistic picture of ward 2.

Population per group

                                           Ward 2
Population Group
                                     Number                  %
Black African                             1 078            8.3%
Coloured                              10 024              77.4%
Indian or Asian                             27             0.2%
White                                     1 764           13.6%
Other                                       52             0.5%
TOTAL PER TOWN                        12 945         100.0%

Age distribution per category

Ward                        0-9 years 10 – 19 years 20-29 years 30-39 years 40-41 years 50-59 years 60-69 years 70-79 years               80+ years
Ward 2                            2 422           2 075            2 382         1 791              1 798        1 185        783   387          127

Average household size

Ward                          Number of households                Average household size
Ward 2                                             3 627                                 3.5

Dwelling types

Ward                 House or    Traditional   Flat or         Cluster        Town-    Semi-   House/ Informal Informal Room/ flat Caravan/            Other
                        brick/    dwelling/    apart-        house in        house detached flat/ room dwelling dwelling        let on a  tent
                     concrete           hut/ ment in a       complex         (semi-   house          in (shack in     (shack property
                         block     structure block of                     detached           backyard      back-        not in or larger
                     structure     made of        flats                   house in a                        yard) backyard; dwelling/
                          on a   traditional                              complex)                                 e.g. in an servants
                     separate     materials                                                                        informal/ quarters/
                      stand or                                                                                      squatter     granny
                    yard or on                                                                                    settlement         flat
                        a farm                                                                                        or on a
                                                                                                                        farm)
Ward 2                   3 087              0        181              0           0            37           71           34   172   24       8           10
Official employment status

Ward                                Employed               Unemployed         Discouraged work-             Other not             Age less than 15                       N/A
                                                                                         seeker          economically                        years
                                                                                                               active
Ward 2                                     3 984                       846                   254                    3 586                          0                   4 275

Monthly income per household

Ward                    No Income             R1 – 12 800            R12 800 – R25 600 R25 601 –              R51 201 –               R102 401 –           R204 801+
                                                                                       R51 200                R102 400                R204 800
Ward 2                                5 370                  6 747                 258                  48                       11                    6                   1

Households’ source of energy for lighting

Ward                         Electricity            Gas              Paraffin Candles (not            Solar           None        Unspecified
                                                                                   a valid
                                                                                  option)
Ward 2                           98.6%              0.0%               0.2%           0.9%            0.0%                0.2%              0.0%

Households’ source of refuse disposal

Ward                Removed by local authority/private               Removed by local authority/private Communal refuse                 Own refuse         No rubbish Other
                       company at least once a week                                company less often            dump                       dump             disposal
Ward 2                                               98.9%                                            0.6%                   0.1%              0.4%               0.0% 0.0%
Households’ source of water (Tap information)

Ward     Piped (tap)       Piped       Piped (tap) water on              Piped (tap) water on         Piped (tap) water on             Piped (tap) water on        No access
              water         (tap)        community stand :                 community stand :            community stand :                 community stand :          to piped
              inside       water      distance < 200m from             between 200m & 500m         between 500m & 1000m               distance >1000m from        (tap) water
            dwelling inside yard                   dwelling                     from dwelling                from dwelling                         dwelling

Ward 2      91.9%            7.2%                           0.6%                         0.0%                             0.0%                             0.0%         0.2%
(d)   WARD 2 PRIORITY NEEDS

Most important needs prioritized per strategic goal
The following priorities were obtained from workshops held in the respective wards from the 22nd of February to the 01st of March 2018. Individuals
attending the workshops were given the opportunity to identify the most important priorities. The top 10 most prevalent priorities are listed below.
               Ward 1 Priority needs (municipal mandates) 2018 Capex/                             Budget                         Additional
Strategy
              Rank   Priority         Description                      Opex   2018/19   2019/20 2020/21 2021/22      2022/23     comments
SG 2 -           1   Job creation      Attract investment to
ECONOMY:                                create jobs
Inclusive                              Implement a new
economic                                employment database
growth                                  system
                                       Support and provide
                                        resources and training for
                                        entrepreneurship
                                       Ensure that
                                        developers/construction
                                        companies make use of
                                        local labour
SG 3 -           2   Fixing of         Fix the RDP houses that
ENVIRONMENT:         damaged            were built in 2003. The
Quality and          houses             following damages were
sustainable                             highlighted: roof leaks;
living                                  water leaking through
environment                             walls; houses have no
                                        ceilings and walls are not
                                        plastered
SG 2 -           3   Facilities for    A need for organised
ECONOMY:             informal           informal trading facilities in
Inclusive            traders            the whole area
economic
growth
SG 3 -           4   Parks to be       Ensure that parks are
ENVIRONMENT:         developed          developed on the open
Quality and          and upgraded areas through the whole
sustainable                             ward
living
environment
SG 4 -           5   Better            Need more than one
INSTITUTIONS:        ambulance          ambulance (there were 4
Ward 1 Priority needs (municipal mandates) 2018 Capex/                         Budget                    Additional
Strategy
                    Rank   Priority         Description                  Opex   2018/19   2019/20 2020/21 2021/22   2022/23   comments
Caring,                    services           ambulances and 3 were
competent and                                 taken away)
responsive
institutions,
organisations
and businesses
SG 4 -                 6   Education         Need a new high school
INSTITUTIONS:
Caring,
competent and
responsive
institutions,
organisations
and businesses
SG 5 - SERVICES:       7   Upgrading of  Lack of tar roads in
Sufficient,                road               informal area
affordable and             infrastructure  Need for sidewalks
well-run services
SG 2 -                 8   Award tenders  Tenders should be
ECONOMY:                   to local           awarded to local firms if
Inclusive                  businesses and they are available locally
economic                   support and
growth                     promote local
                           businesses
SG 1 - PEOPLE:         9   Youth             Need a youth office in
Improved                   development        Moorreesburg
quality of life for                          Youth skills programmes
citizens                                     Youth facilities (because
                                              the community hall is not
                                              available for youth
                                              programmes)
SG 5 - SERVICES:      10   Refuse            Provide refuse bins in
Sufficient,                removal            Moorreesburg as the
affordable and                                residents are currently
well-run services                             using only black bags.
                                             Address illegal dumping of
                                              garden refuse in open
                                              spaces by assisting with
Ward 1 Priority needs (municipal mandates) 2018 Capex/                             Budget                           Additional
Strategy
                 Rank   Priority         Description                   Opex      2018/19   2019/20 2020/21 2021/22        2022/23     comments
                                           removal of garden refuse
                                           for poor people (they
                                           don’t have money to
                                           make calls).
                                          Collection of refuse should
                                           be done properly
                                          Need more skips

WARD 2 - OTHER NEEDS IDENTIFIED
                                                               Other needs of Ward 2 - 2018
Strategy                                   Need                                        Description
SG 4 - INSTITUTIONS: Caring, competent Support when shacks are destroyed by fire  Reaction time of fire services not fast enough
and responsive institutions, organisations                                              Provide accommodation for families who lost their homes
                                                                                        Lack of support after the fire disaster – provide more support
                                                                                         after a fire
SG 2 - ECONOMY: Inclusive economic         Industrial erven                             Promote industrial erven in the area
growth
SG 3 - ENVIRONMENT: Quality and            More trees                                   Take ownership of trees
sustainable living environment                                                          Get rid of alien unwanted trees
SG 5 - SERVICES: Sufficient, affordable    More street lighting                         There are still some dark spots in Rosenhof and Sibanye
and well-run services
SG 4 - INSTITUTIONS: Caring, competent Better management of clinic                      Provide security so that clinic can open early in the morning
and responsive institutions, organisations                                               and so that people don’t have to wait outside in the sun or rain.
SG 4 - INSTITUTIONS: Caring, competent A satellite library                              Need a satellite library between Rosenhof and Sibanye
and responsive institutions, organisations
SG 3 - ENVIRONMENT: Quality and            More and better maintained public toilets  Poor maintenance and lack of cleaning
sustainable living environment                                                          Provide communal toilets in informal areas
SG 5 - SERVICES: Sufficient, affordable    Make street names more visible               Ensure that street names are more visible especially in Rosenhof
and well-run services                                                                    where street names were painted on the curbs and have faded
                                                                                         away.
                                                                                        Provide street names to the streets in Sibanye as there are
                                                                                         currently no names
SG 5 - SERVICES: Sufficient, affordable    Cleaning of storm water systems              Rosenhof: The storm water pipes should be cleaned as the
and well-run services                                                                    municipality only cleans the storm water catch pits and not the
                                                                                         pipes.
                                                                                        Some of the storm water pipes are too small which cause
                                                                                         flooding.
                                                                                        The safety of catch pits is also a concern – the opening should
Other needs of Ward 2 - 2018
Strategy                                      Need                                          Description
                                                                                              be covered with a grid.
SG 5 - SERVICES: Sufficient, affordable       New clubhouse                                  Build a new clubhouse at Rosenhof Sportsgrounds
and well-run services
SG 5 - SERVICES: Sufficient, affordable       Upgrading of taxi rank                        Build a new extension of existing taxi rank in Moorreesburg
and well-run services                                                                        (R880 000)
SG 5 - SERVICES: Sufficient, affordable       New soccer field                              Construction of a soccer field with associated facilities
and well-run services                                                                        (R11 740 000)
SG 3 - ENVIRONMENT: Quality and               Housing                                       Provide new houses in Moorreesburg
sustainable living environment
SG 5 - SERVICES: Sufficient, affordable       Speed bumps                                   Provide speed bumps in Kanarie and Patrys Streets
and well-run services
SG 1 - PEOPLE: Improved quality of life for   Gym facility                                  Provide a gym facility for the youth (land and container)
citizens
SG 2 - ECONOMY: Inclusive economic            Entrepreneurship                              Opportunities to promote entrepreneurship (container /
growth                                                                                      premises)
SG 3 - ENVIRONMENT: Quality and               Land for emerging farmers                     Provision of land for emerging farmers – residents from Sibanye
sustainable living environment                                                              Square are eager to start small scale farming
SG 2 - ECONOMY: Inclusive economic            CWP programme                                 CWP with specific reference to water scarcity projects
growth
SG 5 - SERVICES: Sufficient, affordable       Cleaning of streets                           Clean streets more frequently
and well-run services
SG 5 - SERVICES: Sufficient, affordable       Upgrading of cemetery                         Ensure upgrading of the cemetery
and well-run services
SG 3 - ENVIRONMENT: Quality and               Open space in Sibanye Square developed  Problem with use of sport facilities in Rosenhof by soccer clubs.
sustainable living environment                for sports purposes                      They need their own soccer field.
5       MUNICIPAL BUDGET 2018/2019
Capital budget applicable to wards 1 and 2:

                                                                                                          Budget
Project Ref   Project Description
                                                                                 2018/2019   2019/2020    2020/2021     2021/2022    2022/2023
WARDS 1 & 2
 10-0043      Sewerage: WWTW Koringberg                                                                                               6 000 000
 13-0008      Sewerage: WWTW Moorreesburg                                        2 799 505   19 570 695   32 525 550   30 204 100    14 103 150
 14-0021      Refuse site Moorreesburg                                                          575 000
 16-0007      Cemetery Moorreesburg: Fencing                                       140 000
 18-0053      Purchase of Land for Cemetery, Moorreesburg                          500 000
 17-0076      CCTV Camera System - Moorreesburg                                    100 000
 18-0015      Water: Upgrading of bulk collectors: Moorreesburg                                                                       1 500 000
 18-0025      Electricity: Existing low voltage network renewal (Willem April,     330 000
              Steyl, Elevator, Walter, Rivier str)
    -         Vehicles                                                              84 000    2 512 800    1 320 000     1 144 000
ANNEXURE1: SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK PROPOSALS
The Swartland Spatial Development Framework (SDF) is a document that sets out the necessary policy guidelines to guide spatial development in the
municipal area in a desirable and sustainable manner. The future growth, development and land use planning in the municipal area must be based
on the vision and principles that was agreed upon to address spatial challenges/problems and to ensure the creation and support of integrated,
sustainable and liveable environments through the creation and support of socio economic opportunities.
MOORREESBURG
LOCAL SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT PROPOSALS

MOORREESBURG:
Regional Service Centre: Continue to Support Moorreesburg as a n Agricultural Service Centre

Themes(T) and    Proposals                                                                Actions
Strategies(S)
                                                                           Connectivity
                                                                               Roads:
T1 S5            Upgrading of the road network between Moorreesburg and  Municipality to take pro-active role in liaising with Provincial
                  Darling (R307) and Moorreesburg and the R45 (R311) to ensure               and National roads departments to have insight in the
                  improved mobility and connectivity to stimulate economy.                   upgrading or surrounding road networks.
T1 S1            Improve access to Industrial areas – allow for optimal use of  Appropriate landscaping of Industrial area interface with the
                  frontage of industrial sites towards N7 through implementation of          N7.
                  landscape designs.                                                        Upgrading      and beautification of access roads to
                 Beautification of main access points to town.                              Moorreesburg. Utilise the entry points to town as focal points
                                                                                             and use tree planting, street furniture and pedestrian
                                                                                             walkways to increase visual quality of the town.
                                                             Activity Streets (Spatial Integration):
T1 S5            Support the development of mixed uses along the connection  Upgrading of Centrum Street in Rosenhof as important local
T5 S12            route between Rosenhof and Moorreesburg CBD (Main Street).                 activity street (street furniture, trees and pedestrian walkways,
                 Concentrate and support development of higher order uses                   taxi/bus stops)
                  along identified activity corridors and streets.
                 Support development opportunities at the intersection of access
                  routes with the N7.
                                                                Pedestrian and Bicycle routes:
T1 S1            Improve mobility in town between residential area of Rosenhof  Development of a safe and functional pedestrian walkway
                  and CBD with provision of safe pedestrian walkways (surfaced               from Rosenhof to Moorreesburg CBD.
                  with shaded areas, maintain pedestrian bridge across No Go,
                  provide adequate lighting and provide safe pedestrian railway
                  crossing).
                 Improve accessibility of sidewalks, road crossings and pedestrian
                  walkways for disabled people in accordance with national
                  standards.
T3 S8            Support pedestrian walkways and bicycle routes along the No  Provision of integrated pedestrian and Bicycle routes along
T5 S12            Go River as part of the proposed Open Space Network through                the No Go River interface as part of the Open Space Network
                  the town.                                                                  through the town.
Themes(T) and       Proposals                                                                Actions
Strategies(S)
                                                                         Public Areas
                                                                         Public Nodes
T1 S5              Upgrading of the central town with beautification and provision         Upgrading of Rosenhof market area as centralised Public
T5 S12              of street furniture and landscaping.                                     Square where informal trading can take place.
T6 S14             Provision of a central market area in Rosenhof next to Centrum          Beautification of public areas and support of multi-functional
                    Street.                                                                  use of these areas.
                   Strengthen the existing public areas in town including:                 Support possible RSEP program in Moorreesburg to allow for
                    o Market area in front of Town Hall;                                     creation of social nodes and related community uses in
                    o Sport complex between Rosenhof and Moorreesburg CBD;                   previously disadvantages areas.
                    o The intersection between Long Street and Main Street.
                                                                     Community Facilities
T5 S12             Create social infrastructure in previously disadvantaged           Identify areas for future social infrastructure within easy access
T6 S14              communities, like Rosenhof to create sustainable communities.       of communities.
                   Support the provision of adequate:                                  Support the development of a Skills School to support
                                                                                         
                     o Primary health facilities;                                       investment in community.
                     o Education      facilities  with   focus    on    crèches     and 
                                                                                        Support possible RSEP program in Moorreesburg to allow for
                       secondary/tertiary facilities that allow for development of      creation of social nodes and related community uses in
                       Agricultural skills.                                             previously disadvantages areas.
T5 S12             Provision of integrated sport facilities with the expansion of the Implementation of functional Open Space Network and
T6 S14              existing sport node between Rosenberg and the Moorreesburg          recreational areas to serve the communities.
                    CBD.                                                                Allow for future expansion of the Golf Course in a southern
                                                                                         
                   Provision of effective and functional recreational areas including  direction.
                    children’s play parks, day camping and picnic facilities close to  Upgrading and improved function of play parks in Rosenhof.
                                                                                        Support provision of integrated sport/community services as
                    sport facilities and along No Go River to allow for multi-functional 
                    use of spaces.                                                      part of possible RSEP program in Moorreesburg to allow for
                   Allow for small community sport field in northern extension of      creation of social nodes in previously disadvantages
                    Rosenhof.                                                           communities.
T5 S12             Allow for adequate area for expansion of cemeteries.                Finalise the expansion of the cemetery on the western
                                                                                         
                                                                                        periphery of town.        Continue to plan for expansion of
                                                                                        cemeteries.
                                          Natural Conservation areas, Open Space Networks and Corridors and Rivers
T3 S8              Identification of conservation areas inside and directly adjacent  The conservation and development of the No Go River
T3 S9               to urban areas to allow for effective open space corridors that     corridor and a recreational area and improve its accessibility.
T6 S15              allow movement between habitat areas. This include:
                     o No Go River;
                     o Natural areas in and around Hooikraal area;
                     o Neulfontein koppie.
Themes(T) and Proposals                                                            Actions
Strategies(S)
T6 S12         Support the more effective use of natural areas in and around  Consider stewardship agreements with Cape Nature in
T6 S15          urban areas for recreation purposes for the communities with       conservation worthy areas.
                development of hiking trails, mountain bike trails and alternative
                uses for events facilities and venues.
Themes(T) and Proposals                                                                Actions
Strategies(S)
T5 S12         Support the development of an open space network in  Support tree planting along routes to assist greening of areas
                Moorreesburg supported by the greening of main activity routes         and links between open spaces.
                with the planting of trees to provide green links between areas.      Support the functional development of open space areas in
               Improve the monotonous visual character of higher density              subsidised housing project as part of the project development
                residential areas that include subsidised housing developments         phase.
                though the planting of trees along streets and the development
                of functional open space areas in these areas as part of the
                project development and social responsibility.
T3 S8          Provision of an integrated open space network in town for public  Support the creation of Open Space network along the No
T6 S15          use and maintain the relevant setback lines along river systems to     Go River and maintain the relevant setbacks.
                limit potential impacts on environment and safety of areas.
T4 S8          Support interactive development along open spaces where  Developments next to open space areas to interact with
                developments face the open space networks.                             these features.
                                                                     Heritage features
T4 S10         Support effective control of the demolition and extension of  Identification of streets with unique historical character and
                heritage buildings.                                                    with existing heritage buildings as Heritage streets that should
               Support the conservation of heritage related buildings, areas and      be preserved. Apply overlay zones to these areas and
                features.                                                              compile guidelines for future development.
                                                                        Tourism
T1 S4          Build on the agricultural character of the area and the Swartland  Support Agri-tourism based development that uses agricultural
                as the “Bread Basket “of the Western Cape.                             features as a source.
               Utilise Moorreesburg central location in terms of the West Coast
                Region.
               Support tourism related uses in the town to diversify the economy
                and create more opportunities.
                                                                     Private Areas
                                                                        Residential
T5 S12         Support Moorreesburg as one of the main towns for the provision  Identify areas for future subsidised housing projects.
T5 S13          of subsidized housing opportunities.                                  Keep waiting list up to date.
               Allow farm workers to be included in waiting list to be included as
                beneficiaries for the housing projects.
Themes(T) and Proposals                                                                  Actions
Strategies(S)
T5 S13         Spatially allow for adequate areas for provision of residential          Identify and Develop Restructuring Zones for social housing in
                area for private and public development.                                 Moorreesburg.
               Support higher density residential developments (flats) within the       Identify areas for Gap housing to provide more types of
                CBD to support the “cupcake” principle with higher density                housing forms to accommodate more people in the
                development in and around the CBD.                                        communities.
               Support renewal in the CBD with mixed uses that include                  Maintain the low density residential character of Hooikraal
                residential component.                                                    with minimum subdivision size of 1900m².
               Support the provision of different housing types to accommodate          Consider to include a rural residential zoning for Hooikraal in
                a wider market within the communities.                                    the Swartland Integrated Zoning Scheme to allow for the more
               Support medium density developments such s group housing and              effective management of rural, residential and commercial
                town houses within the neighbourhoods to support densification.           land uses in this area.
               Maintain the minimum erf sizes within Hooikraal as 1900m². Allow         Support densification within the transition zone on the
                for densification of erven (minimum size of 600m²) in the transition      boundary of Hooikraal with minimum erf sizes of 600m².
                zone between Hooikraal and surrounding higher density
                residential areas.
T5 S11         Develop areas in accordance with availability and capacity of            Plan for expansion of bulk infrastructure to support future
                infrastructure and services.                                             residential growth.
T5 S12         Ensure that new residential developments are integrated and              Identify infill opportunities in the urban area for provision of
                sustainable and located within close proximity to job                    integrated housing opportunities.
                opportunities, social infrastructure – spatial justice.
T5 S12         Support the densification in Moorreesburg through:                       Allow for minimum subdivision size of single residential erven of
                 o Subdivision;                                                          500m².
                 o Infill development;
                 o Renewal and restructuring.
                                                                        Neutral Areas
                                                                         Commercial
T1 S1          Support the provision of more commercial opportunities in                Identification of secondary CBD in Rosenhof.
                Rosenhof, with strengthening of a smaller secondary CBD.
               Support a development node at the intersections between die
                access road and N7.
               Expansion of commercial areas along the southern access road
                to Moorreesburg off the N7.
               Support the development of house shops/home occupation in
                residential areas to support economic growth and diversification.
T5S12          Create more affordable commercial properties and create more             Support integrated      development     and    mixed    uses   in
                integrated commercial areas in previously disadvantaged                  neighbourhoods.
                neighbourhoods to allow more people access to these
                opportunities.
Themes(T) and Proposals                                                                Actions
Strategies(S)
T5 S12         Support mixed uses in the central business district to ensure          Support mixed uses within Zone E between the railway line and
                sustainable areas. This includes the provision of residential          the CBD. Mixed uses to include commercial, industrial and
                opportunities as part of the commercial uses.                          residential uses.
                                                                      Industrial
T1 S1          Support Agri processing industries in Moorreesburg to allow value      Development and marketing of the Industrial development
T1 S2           adding of products close to the source.                                next to the N7.
               Support other agricultural related industries that will support the    Consider incentives (lower fees for services and rates) for
                agricultural sector.                                                   industrial development        to   attract   more    industries   to
               Utilise the accessibility of Moorreesburg along the N7 close to        Moorreesburg.
                Cape Town as a selling point to market newly created industrial
                erven.
T5 S11         Ensure adequate capacity of bulk infrastructure to support             Identify areas for future expansion of bulk infrastructure.
                industrial expansion.
Themes(T) and Proposals                                                              Actions
Strategies(S)
T3 S8          Consider potential area for composting facility in Moorreesburg.     Identify potential site for composting and recycling facility at
T6 S15                                                                                rehabilitated waste site on the northern periphery of town in
T3 S7                                                                                 Zone A.
                                                          Bulk Infrastructure and Services
T5 S11         Allow adequate area for provision of bulk infrastructure that  Ensure bulk infrastructure planning is in line with SDF growth
T3 S8           include reservoirs, overhead power lines, future roads and water      proposals.
T4 S8           pipeline.                                                            Identify the areas earmarked for expansion of bulk
                                                                                      infrastructure.
                                                                                     Ensure that the locality of these infrastructure features is in line
                                                                                      with SDF proposals and does not impact on the landscape
                                                                                      qualities in the Swartland.
T3 S7          Support the sustainable use natural resources through alternative  Support effective use of natural resources i.e. alternative
T6 S15          methods – i.e. harvesting of rainwater in tanks on residential        energy, water wise developments.
                erven, use of alternative energy sources.
KORINGBERG
KORINGBERG:
Residential Centre: Build on historical and tourism related uses

Themes(T) &         Proposals                                                                 Actions
Strategies(S)
                                                                             Connectivity
                                                                               Roads:
T1 S1            Maintain gravel roads as part of the rural character.              Continuous upgrading of roads to provide supporting
T1 S5            Upgrading of the Activity corridor (Main Road/Sterling Street and   infrastructure for community and expansion of tourism industry.
                  Activity Streets (Leeubekkie, Wilge Streets).                      Maintain the taxi rank in Rautenville to support continued
                 Maintenance of surrounding road network to improve the              mobility for the community.
                    mobility of the local community to allow them access to
                    economic opportunities in surrounding larger towns.
                                                                   Activity Streets (Spatial Integration):
T1 S5              Support the development of mixed uses along the activity streets  Upgrading of Main, Wilge Streets and connection street to
T5 S12              between the CBD and Rautenville to support social and                         Rautenville as important local activity corridor and streets
                    economic integration.                                                         (street furniture, trees and pedestrian walkways, taxi/bus stops)
                   Support the compact form of Koringberg with medium and
                    higher density development along these higher order roads.
                                                                      Pedestrian and Bicycle routes:
T1 S1              Improve mobility in town between residential area of Rautenville  Development of a safe and functional pedestrian walkway
T3 S7               and CBD with provision of safe pedestrian walkways (surfaced                  from CBD to Rautenville.
                    with shaded areas and provide adequate lighting).                            Support the development of hiking trails and mountain bike
                                                                                                  routes in the surrounding natural areas including Koringberg
                                                                                                  and Swartberg to support these green corridors.
                                                                                Public Areas
                                                                                Public Nodes
T1 S5              Upgrading of the central market square in Koringberg for  Support the development of a strategy for the upgrading of
T5 S12              effective functioning as a public area.                                       the local market square and other public area within town.
T6 S14             Formalize the areas surrounding the river on the northern
                    periphery as an open space corridor to function as a functional
                    public area
                                                                           Community Facilities
T5 S12             Provide skills development in the agri-tourism industry to local  Maintain the taxi rank in Rautenville to support continued
T6 S14              community to provide economic opportunities.                                  mobility for the community.
T2 S6              Provide area for the expansion of the cemetery.                              Support the development of Erf 499 for a satellite library and
                   Investigate potential for a satellite library to serve the community.         early childhood development facility.
                   Investigate the development of community gardens in  Support crèches within the local residential areas.
                    Rautenville that can make use of purified water from the  Facilitate the expansion of the private cemetery.
                    sewerage treatment works.
Themes(T) &         Proposals                                                            Actions
Strategies(S)
                 Support       facilities for early childhood development and
                    education within the community that will better serve the
                    community.
                   Allow the use of the sport grounds at the school for the larger
                    community.
                                              Natural Conservation areas, Open Space Networks and Corridors and Rivers
T3 S8              Identification of an open space system in town that will include  The conservation and development of Koringberg “koppie” as
T3 S9               river area and Koringberg.                                           part of the local open space network and improve its
T6 S15             Recognise Koringberg “koppie” as one of the conservation             recreational value and its accessibility.
                    worthy areas that add to the unique character of the town and  Consider stewardship agreements with Cape Nature in
                    can contribute to the local tourism industry through the             conservation worthy areas.
                    development if hiking trails and mountain bike trails within the  Market the hiking trails in the area as part of tourism attractions
                    area.                                                                in Koringberg.
                   Support the more effective use of natural areas in and around
                    urban areas for recreation purposes for the communities with
                    development of hiking trails and mountain bike trails
                   Provision of an integrated open space network in town for public
                    use and maintain the relevant setback lines along river systems to
                    limit potential impacts on environment and safety of areas.
                    Maintain and conserve the stream on the northern periphery of
                    town.
T3 S7              Support the development of an open space network in town  Support tree planting along routes to assist greening of areas
T5 S12              that will include the pedestrian walkways along the main activity    and links between open spaces.
                    routes between CBD and Rautenville.
T4 S8              Improve the monotonous visual landscapes of the lower income  Functional development of open space areas to interact with
                    area with active open space areas and the beautification of          these features.
                    these areas through tree planting and street furniture.
Themes(T) &      Proposals                                                               Actions
Strategies(S)
                                                                        Heritage features
T4 S10           Support effective control of the demolition and extension to of  Identification of streets with unique historical character and
                 heritage buildings.                                                      with existing heritage buildings as Heritage streets that should
                 Support the conservation of heritage related buildings, areas,          be preserved. Apply overlay zones to these areas and
                 streets and features.                                                    compile guidelines for future development.
                 Consider the development of possible architectural guidelines to
                  support the characteristics of the built form in Koringberg, in order
                  to maintain and enhance these features further.
                                                                            Tourism
T1 S4            Promote Koringberg and surrounding rural area as a tourism  Support the establishing high quality tourist accommodation in
T1 S1             attraction within the Swartland, especially as part of the                the town, with potential to utilise many of the holiday homes
                  important role that grain production play in the area.                    for this purpose.
                                                                                           Improve the visual quality of the town through beautification
                                                                                            and development of the open space network.
                                                                           Private Areas
                                                                              Residential
T5 S12           Support different types of housing in Koringberg subject to  Maintain the low density residential character of Koringberg
T5 S13            impact on immediate surrounding area. Maintain the local                  with minimum subdivision size of 500m².
                  character in medium density type units. Subdivision and infill  Consider strategic densification in town with the provision of
                  development       should     take    surrounding      character    into   medium density housing types including group and town
                  consideration.                                                            houses and second dwelling units. Always consider the
                 Maintain the minimum erf sizes within Koringberg as 500m².                character and impact on surrounding areas.
T5 S11           Develop areas in accordance with availability and capacity of  Plan for expansion of bulk infrastructure to support future
                  infrastructure and services.                                              residential growth.
T5 S12           Ensure that new residential developments are integrated and  All future subsidised housing needs for Koringberg to be
T5 S13            sustainable and located within close proximity to job                     accommodated in Moorreesburg to ensure sustainable
                  opportunities, social infrastructure – spatial justice.                   development of towns.
                 Allow for small extension to the east of Rosenhof for GAP housing.  Also ensure need of surrounding farm workers for housing is
                                                                                            met by including them on the waiting lists.
                                                                                           Allow opportunities in town for farm owners to provide housing
                                                                                            opportunities for their farm workers.
T5 S12           Support the densification in Koringberg through:                         Allow for minimum subdivision size of single residential erven of
                      o Subdivision;                                                        500m².
                      o Infill development.                                                Allow for variation in housing types.
                                                                           Neutral Areas
                                                                            Commercial
T1 S1            Strengthen the existing CBD along Main Road and allow for  Support commercial development in CBD and along activity
T5 S12            commercial and mixed use along other activity routes and                  streets.
                  streets.
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