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Cities Support Programme , National Treasury

01 January 2020

Cities Support Programme

English

uKESA Librarian2

Guideline

South Africa

Downloads

Website References

Buffalo City

Built environment

Cape Town

Cities

Climate Change/Resilience

Ekurhuleni

Environmental management

Governance

Human settlements

Informal settlement upgrading

Johannesburg

Mangaung

Metropolitan municipalities

Nelson Mandela Bay

Poverty & inequality

Social facilities

South Africa

Sustainability

Transport

Tshwane

Urban

Water and sanitation

eThekwini

Cities Support Programme Tools

The Cities Support Programme (CSP) is a demand-driven, “umbrella” programme that covers a range of support mechanisms to metropolitan municipalities and the broader intergovernmental environment. It works closely across divisions in National Treasury, and with other national departments to ensure a continuous, consistent and focused lens is brought to bear on the challenges posed to, and the opportunities for, urban growth. 

The CSP has been designed to respond to the implementation support needs of cities in five key critical areas of the built environment: governance and planning, human settlements management, public transport, climate resilience and economic development
 

CSP TOOLS INDEX    

1. Core City Governance

1.1 Planning Reforms

 2. Human Settlements

3. Public Transport & Urban Mobility

4. Climate Resilience & Sustainability

5. Economic Development

5.1 Urbanization Review Papers

5.2 Asset Management and Service Delivery Support

Discussion Papers

Summary Papers

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