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Inner City Regeneration - Robin Carlisle
Inner City Regeneration - Robin Carlisle
Inner City Regeneration - Robin Carlisle
Inner City Regeneration - Robin Carlisle
Inner City Regeneration - Robin Carlisle
Inner City Regeneration - Robin Carlisle
Inner City Regeneration - Robin Carlisle
Inner City Regeneration - Robin Carlisle
Inner City Regeneration - Robin Carlisle
Inner City Regeneration - Robin Carlisle
Inner City Regeneration - Robin Carlisle
Inner City Regeneration - Robin Carlisle
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Inner City Regeneration - Robin Carlisle

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MEC for Transport & Public Works, Robin Carlisle speaks on Inner City Regeneration at the 2009 Cape Town Partnership AGM.

MEC for Transport & Public Works, Robin Carlisle speaks on Inner City Regeneration at the 2009 Cape Town Partnership AGM.

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  • 1. inner city The existing properties of the Provincial Government in the Cape Town Central City constitute a significant opportunity for massively enriching the Inner City infrastructure and transforming the City. By Robin Carlisle, MEC Transport & Public Works regeneration
  • 2.
    • It can enhance long term sustainability in Central City;
    • improve public transport;
    • generate substantial investment;
    • create employment;
    • increase the number and range of inner city residential accommodations; and
    • densify the outer precincts and expand the rates base.
    inner city regeneration: THE BENEFITS
  • 3.
    • City of Cape Town
    • Cape Town Partnership
    • Transnet
    • National Department of Public Works
    • Intersite
    • (amongst others)
    inner city regeneration: THE PARTNERSHIP
  • 4.
    • expansion & development of the Inner City through the provision of infrastructure and higher density;
    • mixed use and mixed income neighbourhoods thereby improving social transformation and points of contact between rich and poor;
    • providing space for efficient government;
    • leverage up the capacity to accelerate growth;
    • attract investment and generate more jobs and business opportunities;
    • continually re-invigorate government’s income stream for decades, if not centuries.
    • ecologically sustainable urban development, and the ongoing maintenance of the city's renowned biodiversity assets.
    inner city regeneration: integrated and managed as a single asset
  • 5.
    • An appropriate consultancy to interrogate the economic, demographic and social projections for the metro and the Province; the existing national, provincial and city development programmes, and prepare a range of strategic options for a mixed use urban design.
    inner city regeneration: strategic framework two months
  • 6.
    • A consultant driven series of engagements with the key role players which will define what actually needs to happen, as well as the economic, legal and institutional frame work
    • This is to meet the core challenge, which is a capacity for implementation.
    • From this work flows the planning and zoning framework or umbrella.
    • The framework creates predictability ; significantly shortens investment lead times, and provides the leverage for developer contributions to bulk infrastructure and public housing.
    inner city regeneration: action plan 3-18 months
  • 7.
    • This is the instrument for turning plans into reality
    • The SPV plays a facilitation role:
    • The SPV must be made up of unblockers , animators , bridge builders , who at the same time have a very thorough and deep understanding of the development and regulatory processes. They will also need high level politician protection, with easy access to political decision-makers.
    inner city regeneration: special purpose vehicle lead by project manager
  • 8.
    • The intentions of the Regeneration project must also take into account areas contiguous to the CBD , including the East Precinct ; Table Bay , District Six ; Woodstock/Salt River and the N1 corridor to Bellville.
    inner city regeneration: looking beyond
  • 9.
    • The principle and practices evolving from the regeneration project provide, with obvious modifications, the blueprint for similar projects in the suburbs, and the Province.
    • There is abundant political land available , not least excess and unused space in many of our schools and hospitals.
    inner city regeneration: “provincialising” it
  • 10. and all it requires…………
  • 11. …… is political will
  • 12. dwindling memories…..

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