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  • One Cape 2040PROCESS TO FINALISE THE VISION
  • “The planning is usually moreimportant than the plan”
  • One Cape 2040 planning Aug – Sept 201230 July 2012 Oct – Dec 2012 2013 onwards Engagements to ImplementationDraft vision & Communication develop the 6 strategy & mobilisation & refinement transitions Populate plan Set up the project Communicate the with existing work task teams and plan to the public of stakeholders partnerships Draft vision and strategy document Identify key trade- offs and hard Secure resources Activate Provincial choices, and to implement the Competitiveness leading and plan Index lagging interventions
  • Supporting infrastructureOne Cape 2040 is a living document and requires on-going innovation, experimentation and updating. Thisneeds to be supported by:1. One Cape institutional partnership (via EDP) which: • Creates a space for permanent innovation and experimentation • Allows for co-ordination, collaboration and organising around the strategy, key outcomes and interventions • On-going mandate and roles development2. Development of economic leadership capacity3. The development of aligned plans between all three spheres of government (including resource allocation)4. Monitoring and evaluation5. Communication
  • Processes and tools needed:• Single databank of reliable economic data (e.g. WCG synergy meeting in July – PERO/ MERO; PSDF Review; Growth Potential of Towns; GIS mapping, etc.) Thereafter bring in local government, national government, private sector and knowledge institutions• On-going research to support the continued improvement of the plan (evidence-based planning)• The development and activation of a Western Cape Competitiveness Index• PERO recommendations (Provincial Treasury - September)• Review of LED strategy (DEDAT - October)• On-going recalibration of institutional relationships to better support economic development (via EDP members and partners)