Score: 19

All answers

Question Answer Description Datasource and Evidence Comment
Are there budgetary or institutional capacity for participatory planning in informal settlements? No Evidence

Without institutional capacity, it is unlikely that the city government will take participatory planning seriously.

MTREF 2020/2021 No evidence of this. May be due to Covid-19 restrictions, as was the case with other pulic participation processes
Does the city government have partnerships in place with organisations that can facilitate community participation? Partial Evidence

Partnerships with internal departments and councilors and/or external organisations might be required to facilitate participatory planning.

IDP 2017-2022; BEPP 2019/2020 Memorandum of Understanding with an NGO
Are there any other special arrangements in place to allow for participatory informal settlement upgrading? Partial Evidence

Special arrangements might be required to deal with the contextual particularities of informal settlements in different locations.

IDP 2017-2022; BEPP 2019/2020 Sustainable Communities Working Group (considering new standards); re-blocking; new incremental housing typologies
Is there evidence that a social compact exists between the municipality and communities that are undergoing upgrades? Partial Evidence

A social compact must be concluded as part of each individual informal settlement upgrading plan. A maximum of three per cent of the project cost may be used for community/ social facilitation.

Consultation with CoCT officials, 2020 The City of Cape Town has established its own agreements with communities undergoing upgrading. This agreement is recognized by the National Department of Human Settlements as serving the function of a social compact.

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Reviewer   Wasim Moosa
Submitters   Urban Programmeand L
Last modified   Thu Apr 29 2021 11:40:22 GMT+0000 (UTC)