Invest Durban - Ethekwini Major Projects and Growth Nodes

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2021 updated information about major projects and growth nodes in Ethekwini / Durban, South Africa. By Invest Durban. Summary:
1. Invest Durban Background and FDI Priority Projects
2. Catalytic Project Development
3. Economic Development
4. Human Settlement and infrastructure
5. CBD Urban Renewal and beachfront
6. GO Durban TOD programme

Ethekwini Major Projects and

Growth Nodes

1. Invest Durban Background and FDI Priority Projects

2. Catalytic Project Development

3. Economic Development

4. Human Settlement and infrastructure

5. CBD Urban Renewal and beachfront

6. GO Durban TOD programme


Vision

By 2030, Durban will be Africa’s most caring liveable city, and a globally

recognised, preferred African investment destination, through the

attraction and facilitation of significant foreign direct investment that will

stimulate social, financial and economic growth for ALL.

Mission

INVEST DURBAN will undertake world class FDI investment promotion

and facilitation y building operational capacity, entrenching best practice

approaches, embracing a targeted investor outreach approach, and

nurturing partnerships with all stakeholders, in order to win new

investment for the benefit of ALL in ethekwini.


INVEST DURBAN LED FDI PROJECTS

Foreign Direct Invest

Flagship Project

1. Thermofisher Scientific

2. Urban-Lime

3. LG Electronics

Reason

Life Sciences investment at Dube Trade Port, for “Research Innovation

& Sequencing Platform”. Company is a key funder of KRISP & supported

the initial operations at the Nelson Mandela School of Medicine

British FDI investor in the inner city and jointly leading the private

sector efforts for inner city regeneration.

LG Electronics new Manufacturing plant & SA Warehouse @ Cornubia

Industrial - Expanding local & export business.

Impact

R145m

R1,5bn

R1.5bn

4. The Arch, Umhlanga Flagship local & FDI investment in the expanding Ridgeside Precinct R1,6bn

5. Toyota South Africa Motors

Expansion of Quantum Plant production capacity will be 18000 units

per year. Investment will also be for the awarded EV to be produced in

Durban

6. Heineken Investment to be reviewed in 2 years timeframe

7. ONDO Smart Farming Solutions

8. Kerry Foods

New Bulgarian investment into the agri-business sector for smart

agriculture industrial equipment

Agri-business investment in prime investment corridor of Keystone.

Irish manufacturer in the food and beverage taste industry.

R2.43bn

(Ph1: R3.5bn Ph2:

7Bn)

R - tba

R800m


INVEST DURBAN LED FDI PROJECTS

Foreign Direct Invest

Flagship Project

9. Anchor Properties,

City Life

Reason

Large FDI focussed on Urban Renewal in both Durban CBD &

Pinetown CBD.

Impact

R150m new & 3500 CBD

Res Unit retention

10. JK Props UK UK FDI - 2 Phases; 1st Phase: CBD Student Accommodation;

2nd Phase: Tourism Asset Dev

11. Mara Phones Africa’s 1st Smartphone Manufacturer, with local SMME valuechain

opportunities

12. Conlog World’s largest Smart Meter manufacturer expanded in Durban,

with local SMME value-chain opportunities

13. Gap Prop Inner City Urban Renewal CBD “Brownfields” Redev’s x 2

JV/PPP

14. SAPPI Project Vulindlela for expansion of existing operations in the

Saiccor mill in Umkomaas.

R100m (Phase 1)

R1.5bn

R250m (Expansion)

R - tba

R7bn FDI. Reduction of

CO2 emissions and

waste

to landfill


INVEST DURBAN LED FDI PROJECTS

Foreign Direct Invest

Flagship Project

Reason

Impact

15. NCP Alcohols Belgian FDI Expansion for local & export markets, with

improved local agri-beneficiation & enviro

sustainability

16. Global Business Services Sector

expansions by major Durban

operators (Ignition, Capability, Outworx,

Blake, Synergy, CCI and Miracle

Communications)

17. Sibaya Node & the Greater

Umhlanga Precinct Proposal

This sector is a leading sector in terms of economic

performance and its contribution towards the national

economy. Durban accounts for 25% of the national

share

of GVA.

Significant node of both new, greenfield FDI & local

investment, plus large road & infrastructure

partnerships,

with significant construction job creation.

18. Defy Undertaken major expansions over the past 3 years

averaging R200m – R300m. Also expanding provincially

to Ezakheni, Ladysmith.

19. Unilever Major FMCG multinational with its African HQ based

in Durban.

R800m

14 964 total employment. 11 480 service offshore

clients. Represents R8bn export revenue. The largest

employers are CCI, Outworx, Ignition, Synergy, Blake,

Telesure and Capability (International Clients)

R – bn (tba). R600m rates potential

R300m

R150m for SMME value chain

opportunities


HOW CAN NEW CATALYTIC PROJECTS

IMPACT OUR ECONOMY IN 2021?

R6,6

M4 and Umhlanga North Corridor

(Cornubia, Sibaya, Oceans, Beachwood,

Virginia Airport) Investment = R3,4bn

RCG/GFCF contributions = 4% Existing

Jobs + 5620 (0.18%)

Aerotropolis North Corridor

(iNyaninga, DTP, Whetstone)

Investment = R270m

RCG/GFCF contributions = 0,3%

Existing = 2 600 (0.2%)

BILLION

Inner City Central Corridor

(Point Precinct, Centrum, Durban Film City)

Investment = R250m (0.3%)

New Investment: R1,7bn (2%)

New Jobs = 9000 (1%)

NEW

INVESTMENT

8% increase in

investment or R6,6bn

Central North Corridor

(Midway Crossing, iBrickworks)

Investment = R505m

RCG/GFCF contributions = 1%

Existing = 575 (0.1%)

10-15 000

CONSTRUCTION JOBS

N3 West Corridor

(Keystone, Cato Ridge, Ntshongweni)

Investment = R813m (1%)

New Investment: R3,4bn (4%)

New Jobs = 3 400 (0,3%)

NEW JOBS

1% increase or approx.

10, 000 construction

jobs

Central North Corridor

(Automotive Supply Park)

New Investment = R1,5bn (2%)

New Jobs = 2 500 (0,2%)


North

Region

Southern

Developments

Western

Developments

Inner City

Developments

Sibaya Node

Cornubia

Whetstone

Virginia

Beachwood

R50bn

R25,8bn

R2,1bn

R5bn

R5bn

Auto Supplier Park R3bn

Finningley Estate R*

Ntshongweni

Cato Ridge

Logistics Hub

Keystone

R8bn

R10bn

R6,5bn

Point Precinct

Centrum Site

Durban Film City

Promenade

Durban Eye

Cruise Terminal

R3,5bn

R11,5bn

R7,5bn

R300m

R450m

R200m


Durban Eye

March 2021 Status Update

• Project Steering Committee meets monthly

• Environmental Scoping underway

• Geotechnical Investigations (borehole drilling) April 2021-June 2021

• Bulk Services Report: March 2021 - April 2021

• Transnet Approval of 30 year lease is underway with an “In Principle”

support letter from (TNPA) in 2020.

• Expression of Interest approved for advert 26 March 2021

• Lease award to Bidder expected in July 2021 with operations expected

December 2021 with potential delays to April 2022


CENTRUM SITE DEVELOPMENT

Investment

value:

R11,5

Billion

City

contribution:

R2

Million

Developer

Contribution:

R9,5

Billion

Annual Revenue:

Start & Finish Date: 2023-2030

Jobs created: 70 000

Progress To Date:

Real estate has commenced with statutory processes for Land Release

Responses from Provincial and National Treasury was received and being

reviewed for report to Council.

R170

MILLION

Next Steps (12 months)

Real Estate to engage with Legal and Catalytic Projects Unit to Consolidate comments and inputs by the 12 th of Feb 2021

Real Estate to Submit EOI public participation to Council by March 2021

Start SCM process for EOI to start March 2021


MIDWAY CROSSING

Investor: Siveni Investments

Investment

value:

R768

Million

to date

City

contribution:

R349

Million

Developer

Contribution:

R419

Billion

Annual Revenue:

Start & Finish Date: 2018-2021

Jobs created: 400 (c)

Progress To Date:

• Bulk earthworks are complete

• Piling is complete

• Suspended concrete slabs progressing well and were being cast on a biweekly cycle

and brickwork has commences.

• Construction underway, project is experiencing severe delays due to water pipe

relocation which could have serious implications on completion dates (end of Sept 2021).

• Total project completion is at 54%.

R4,8

MILLION

(current rates rev)

Main Challenge

• C3 operationalisation


WHETSTONE

Investor: Cedar Point Trading

Investment

value:

R2.1

Billion

City

contribution:

R5.5

Million

Start & Finish Date: 2020-2030

Jobs created: 1650 (t) 1000 (p)

Developer

Contribution:

R2.1

Billion

Progress To Date:

• Phase 1 (30ha) has gone through all land preparation processes, including necessary

approvals and earthworks construction currently underway

• Phase 2 still in planning phase with the environmental EIA process underway

Next Step (12 months)

• Top Structure development start in March 2021

• Council approved bulk watermain required for phase 1. Report submission to BAC

to finalise MoA

• Funding towards Tongaat WWTW to be finalized

• SPLUMA application for Phase 2 to start on receipt of Environmental Authorization

Annual Revenue:

R45

MILLION

rates


SIBAYA

Investor: Devmco

Investment

value:

R50

Billion

City

contribution:

R300

Million

Developer

Contribution:

R50

Billion

Annual Revenue:

Start & Finish Date: 2018-2038

Jobs created: 70 000

Progress To Date:

• Act 70 of 70 complete

• WULA for internal roads complete

• SPLUMA is complete

• Approval for EIA and SPLUMA applications for node 6.

• Approval of designs for infrastructure upgrades, particularly road and

pump and stations

R140

MILLION

rates

Next Step

• Bulk sewer for the balance of the Sibaya Node is not available

• Start negotiations with DoT to consider downgrading the M4 within Sibaya Node, due to M4 congestion

• DoT, SANRAL and ETA to formulate developer contributions


RIVERTOWN

Investment

value:

R30

Million

CONSTRUCTION

JOBS

200

40% CPG

5 Companies appointed comprising of the

following groups:

War veterans

Female owned companies

Companies owned by people with disabilities

All labour sourced from the inner city wards

Construction in progress


OCEANS UMHLANGA

Investor: Oceans uMhlanga Pty (Ltd)

Investment

value:

R4.2

Billion

City

contribution:

R150

Million

Developer

Contribution:

R4.2

Billion

Annual Revenue:

Start & Finish Date: 2008-2068

Jobs created: 21 200(t) 10300 (p)

Progress To Date:

• Land preparation in terms of rezoning, building planning complete

• Construction on the buildings started on site in Apr 2017, was put on hold

and resumed in Jan 2021

• Engagements with the City underway with regards to transport I

nfrastructure upgrades required to support the development and broader node.

R34.4

MILLION

rates

Next Steps (12 months)

• Completion of Phase 1 of the development (Hotel &Retail)

• Finalization of a way forward on the Road upgrades and Public transport Facility issue

• Engagements are currently underway with relocation of the temporary taxi rank


AVOCA NODAL DEVELOPMENT

Investor: JT Ross & Investec

Investment

value:

R10.1

Billion

City

contribution:

R222

Million

Developer

Contribution:

R9.9

Billion

Annual Revenue:

Start & Finish Date: 2015-2035

Jobs created: 51500(c) 19000(o)

Progress To Date:

Completed Activities:

• EIA,

• WULA,

• TIA,

• SPLUMA APPLICATIONS

• Rates Rebates MOA signed

R120

MILLION

Next Steps

• Old North Coast Road

• BSC Meeting on the 8th of feb 2021

• BEC Meeting on the 10th of April 2021

• Construction will take place in July 2021 for a period of 30 months,

which will start and finish on the 15/02/2024

Electricity

Finalize Land purchase ®istration by July 2021

Private Sector

Phase 1 construction to commence March 2021 for Brickworks


AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY PARK (PH)

Investor: Dube TradePort

Investment

value:

R3

Billion

City

contribution:

R500

Million

including DTP contribution

Developer

Contribution:

R3

Billion

Annual Revenue:

Start & Finish Date: 2021-2023

Jobs created: 2 800 (o) 5 000 (c)

Progress To Date:

R100

MILLION

Completed milestones

• Specialist Studies

• Concept Design

• Engineering Reports

• Act 70/70 Release

• eWula Submission (90%)

• Business Case

• Final SLA Draft under negotiation

Key issues requiring National & Provincial government intervention

• EDTEA to address (BAR Phase 1) wetland offset so as not to delay phase 1

• Umgeni Water/EWS to agree on servitude sharing for elec cabling

• SANRAL and KZN DoT to approve TIA and TMP

• SANRAL commitment for N2 interchange required

• KZN DoT to commit to SANRAL conditions for N2 interchange

• Upgrading of R102, P197, and R106 and Lovu bridge


AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY PARK (PH)

CONTINUED…

COMMITMENT FROM SANRAL and KZN DoT required

• N3 corridor (KwaXimba interchange, MR385, etc)

• Auto Supply Park N2 interchange and provincial roads upgrading

Funding limitations for provision of BULK

INFRASTRUCTURE Governance structure for

accelerating Projects needs reinforcement

• Catalytic Projects Unit to be capacitated with human resources

• Transversal management to be improved. Catalytic Projects

not treated as a priority by all

• RED TAPE related to statutory approvals (Act 70/70, WULA, EIA,

TIA, etc) to be addressed.


CATO RIDGE MULTI MODAL

Source funding for KwaXima interchange

EIA must be initiated for the trunk sewer main

to Hammersdale treatment works

Programme for upgrading of the

Hammersdale WWTW misaligned

development roll out


DURBAN FILM CITY

Investor: Rinaldo Inv

Investment

value:

R7.5

Billion

City

contribution:

R50

Million

Developer

Contribution:

R7,5

Billion

Annual Revenue:

Start & Finish Date: 2022-2030

Jobs created: 11 000

Progress To Date:

• Council Owned Site – Rezoning Approved in Dec 2020

R50

MILLION

Next Step (12 months)

• Court ruling on the Developer vs SANDF land litigation case is awaited


POINT WATERFRONT MAIN

Investor: Various

Investment

value:

R35,6

Billion

City

contribution:

R620

Million

Developer

Contribution:

R35

Billion

Annual Revenue:

Start & Finish Date: 2016-2030

Jobs created: 11 000 (c) 6 750 (o)

Progress To Date:

• Watermains upgrade along Mahatma Gandhi Rd and Anton Lembede St has

commenced with the completion end of the 2021 combined value of

construction approximately R200 million.

• Point Prominade has been completed.

• Municipality to take over DPWMA maintenance infrastructure in 2021/22.

DPWMA to continue with Top-Up services only. Legal unit assisting with this

process.

R200

MILLION

• Dissolving of the Point Precinct Trust (PPT), process to commence by Legal.

• DPDC Board representation.

• The MSC Terminal is currently underway with construction (50-60% Completion) and will be completed August 2021. MSC Passenger Cruise Terminal is valued at approximately R200 million.

• Harbour Promenade – Extension of the Point promenade by Transnet valued at approximately R30 million. The Design & Tender Documentation has been completed however due to the budget

constraints, this is currently on hold and anticipated to commence July 2021.


VIRGINIA AIRPORT

Investor: TBO

Investment

value:

R10

Billion

City

contribution:

R500

Million

Developer

Contribution:

R10

Billion

Annual Revenue:

Start & Finish Date: 2024-2030

Jobs created: 10 000

Progress To Date:

1. Draft feasibility has been accepted by CIC in July 2020

R160

MILLION

2. Expression of interest in public participation process completed in Q2

20/21 and provincial & national treasury responded to EOI process.

Next Steps

• Real Estate to engage with Legal and Catalytic projects unit to consolidate comments and inputs by the 12th of Feb 2021

• Real Estate to submit EOI public participation by Council by March 2021

• Start SCM process for EOI to start March 2021.


KEYSTONE

Upgrades to Hammersdale treatment works is

required urgently to address both keystone and Cato

Ridge Logistics Hub

Upgrades to MR385 required by ketstone and

Hammersdale developments

Sustainable bulk water solution needed for secure

supply as tenants currently harvesting own water


KEYSTONE

Proposed onsite treatment works will cater for Mall

only but can be upgraded to incl.

Uban Core:

Bulk sewer for additional phases requires upgrading

of Umhlatuzana/Dassenhoek treatment works, which

has a 7-year programme; half of the development

falls under Eskom supply; Kassier road

deproclamation


WARWICK

Deliverables: Intermodal transport

facility, inclusive of a Mall, Taxi holding

facility, Taxi servicing facility and cold

room storage

Status: Feasability study in progress.

Request for development approval by

council to be sought in Nov 2019

Etimated Value:

R1.3 billion

Duration:

10 years


Economic Development

Infrastructure

Revitalisation of

Town Centres

Targeting priority nodes

within former township areas

Revitalisation of Tourism

and Rural Nodes

Regeneration of

industrial nodes


Hammarsdale Interchange


Umlazi Town Centre Developments

• KwaMnyandu Shopping Centre

• KwaMnyandu Pedestrian Bridge

• Umlazi J-Section Business Complex


Purpose

• Develop new housing stock utilising the National and Provincial housing subsidies;

• Address informal settlements through various housing interventions; develop,

• Administer and maintain Hostels/ Community Residential Units (CRUs); administer

and maintain municipal rental stock;

• Facilitate development of new social housing projects (rental) as well as ownership

opportunities for the affordable market and undertake remedial programmes (Title

Deeds, Infrastructure Handover, Rectification of Infrastructure).


HUMAN SETTLEMENTS UNIT

• Densification in urban areas and the inner city: Inner City

Housing Strategy Developed

• Innovation in housing provision, affordable rental through

social housing Bellair, Pinetown and Hamptons

• Incremental Informal Settlement Upgrading

• R144.9m required for key social housing developments in

the short term

• R3bn long term investment required for the development

of 10 000 units

1. Electricity Service:

R 15.6 billion

2. Water Services:

R 9.9 billion

3. Cleansing and Solid Waste

(CSW): R 2.5 billion

4. Sanitation:

R 2.4 billion

5. Engineering

Services: R 2.5 billion


CENTRAL BEACHFRONT OVERVIEW

AND PROGRESS TO DATE

• Planting of open spaces

• Application of topdressing

• Cutting back of foliage on paths

• Removal of wattle and cutting back of dunes

• Cutting back of encroachment on promenade

• Cutiing back of foliage on paths leading to beach

• Cutiing back of encroachment of lipstick fencing

• Cleaning of paving and edging complete


CENTRAL BEACHFRONT OVERVIEW

AND PROGRESS TO DATE

LAWN MAINTENANCE

Cutting, fertilizing, replanting, watering, spiking, top-dressing and

removal of all litter on grassed areas.

Pulic Provider : Servest

Contract Value: R33 015 655,85

Contract distribution 36 months

Target CGP value: R9,9 million

CONTRACT COMMENCEMENT DATE

WAS THE 1 ST OF OCTOBER 2020.

LOCAL LABOUR APPOINTED IN

NOVEMBER 2020. TO DATE THERE

HAVE BBEEN TWO WORK

STOPPAGES.

PUBLIC SPACE

MANAGEMENT

Landscaping

Irrigation

Coastal dunes,

Dunes

Fences

Sand

Drift etc

DUNE/GARDEN MAINTENANCE

Trimming, replanting, composting, watering, weeding and removal of

all litter from dunes and gardens.

COCONUT PALM TREES

Watering, weeding, compositing and removal of all litter from

tree basins. Removal of all palm fronds and dead palm trees

LITTER REMOVA AND WEED/PEST TREATMENT

For the entire contractual site (as top-up services, base on

timelines), in support of DSW and mostly PRC

SUPPLY/MAINTAINING IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT

Inclusive of all water features

MAINTENANCE/REPLACEMENT OF:

• Promenade furniture

• Paving

• Boardwalks, sand drift fencing and installation of fencing when required


CENTRAL BEACHFRONT OVERVIEW

AND PROGRESS TO DATE


IPTN Trunk Corridors

Phasing

% Trunk –

Feeder Trips

Tongaat

C3

Mpumalanga

Hillcrest

C6a

C6b

C7

Bridge

City

C3

C6c

C1

C4

C9

C2

C8

Umhlanga

King Shaka

International

Phase 1

C1

C9

25%

C2 (Rail) 40%

Phase 2 C5, C7 20%

Phase 3 C4, C8 9%

Phase 4 C6 6%

The configuration of the network has

been informed by:

▪ Demand (Activity) Patterns

▪ Population Density

▪ Existing Road Network Configuration

▪ Realising more efficient transfer

facilities that make more economical

use of space

▪ Accessibility needs

Pinetown

CBD

Chatsworth

C5

Rossburgh

Merebank

Umlazi

Prospecton

Isipingo


ToD: IRPTN C3 Corridor segment

of Prime Corridor

INTEGRATED

RAPID PUBLIC

TRANSPORT

NETWORK

PHASE 1:

CORRIDOR 3


C3 PRIMARY LINK: TRUNK

ROAD CONSTRUCTION


C3 PRIMARY LINK: TRUNK

CONSTRUCTION

Completed Intersection of Queen Nandi Drive


C3 PRIMARY LINK: TRUNK

CONSTRUCTION

Pinetown CBD


C3 STATION PRECINCT:

REGENT STATION COMPLETED


Overhead Access Bridge

C3 PRIMARY LINK: TRUNK

CONSTRUCTION

Station in Progress: Kwadabeka


IPTN C1 Corridor segment

PHASE 1:

CORRIDOR 1


C2: Rail Corridor

PHASE 1:

CORRIDOR 2


C2: Rail Corridor

(Spatial Targeting: PRASA Interventions)

New Rolling

Stock

Standard

Modernisation

Depot

Modernisation

National Station

Upgrade (NSUP)

Resignalling

National Station

Precinct Plan (NSPDP)


C2 Corridor: TOD & Densification

Strategy (King Edward Node)

Residential

Densification around

Rail 25,000 New

Residential Units

Intended

Mixed Use

opportunities at

Stations

Pilot project.. King

Edward Node

King Edward Node

Congella Station


C2 Corridor: TOD & Densification

Strategy (King Edward Node PILOT)

650 units

Old Sportts Club

325 Mill, Private or PPP


C2: CBD Modal Integration


INNER CBD TOD &

DENSIFICATION STRATEGY


C9 Corridor: Bridge City to Umhlanga

Phase 1

Corridor 9


C9 Corridor: Cornubia

Phase 1

Corridor 9


C9 CORRIDOR: CORNUBIA

BOULEVARD: BRIDGE

OVER THE N2


ETHEKWINI

ECONOMIC

COUNCIL

Investment Workstream

18 June 2021

Tumi Mpisi

Snr Programme Manager: Catalytic Projects Unit


ROLE OF CATALYTIC PROJECTS UNIT (CPU)

ONE-STOP-SHOP FOR MAJOR

COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT & PLANNING

APPROVALS FACILITATION

CATALYTIC PROJECTS UNIT

PROJECT MANAGE, FACILITATION

AND COORDINATION OF

CATALYTIC PROJECTS

INFLUENCE PIPELINING & COORDINATION OF MAJOR

SPATIAL TRANSFORMATION AND BULK

INFRASTRUCTURE ROLL


LIST OF HIGH IMPACT CATALYTIC PROJECTS

Aerotropolis North Corridor

(iNyaninga, DTP, Whetstone)

Investment Value = R54.1 billion

Jobs Created to date = 12 000

Total Jobs = 214 100

Inner City Central Corridor

(Point Precinct, Centrum, Dbn Film City)

Investment Value = R22.5 billion

Jobs Created to date = 1 647

Total Jobs = 97 700

INVESTMENT

M4 & Umhlanga North Corridor

(Cornubia, Sibaya, Oceans,

Beachwood, Virginia Airport)

Investment Value = R94 billion

Jobs Created to date = 15 819

Total Jobs = 209 500

Central/North Corridor

(Midway Crossing, Brickworks)

Investment Value = R10.8 billion

Jobs Created to date = 637

Total Jobs = 71 300

R217 Billion

ESTIMATED JOB

CREATION

Over 300 000 construction jobs &

120 000 permanent jobs

N3 West Corridor

(Keystone, Cato Ridge, Ntshongweni)

Investment Value = R32.5 billion

Jobs Created to date = 3 000

Total Jobs = 25 000

N2 South Corridor

(Automotive Supply Park)

Investment Value = R3 billion

Total Jobs = 7 800


MIDWAY CROSSING DEVELOPMENT

Project Name: Midway l Investor: Siveni Investments, Anchor Tenants

Investment

value:

R768 Million

R200 Million

City

contribution:

R349

Million

Developer

Contribution:

R419

Billion

Annual Revenue:

Start & Finish Date: 2018 - 2021

Jobs Creation: 400 (c)

R4,8

MILLION

Progress To Date:

• Construction started July 2019

• Mall opening September 2021

• Works valued at R76m being implemented by SMMEs on City’s portion alone


WHETSTONE DEVELOPMENT

Project Name: Whetstone l Investor: Cedar Point Trading

Investment

value:

R2.1

Billion

City

contribution:

R5,5m

Million

(Bulk water Main)

Developer

Contribution:

R2.1

Billion

Annual Revenue:

Start & Finish Date 2020 - 2030

Jobs Creation: 1,650 (t) 1,000 (p)

All shareholders of Developer (Cedar Point Trading) are Black South

African Citizens.

R45

MILLION

rates

Significant job opportunities to be created:

• Ph 1 platforming and internal services completed, building works

valued at R1.46bn to commence in 2021;

• Commencement of Bulk Water main in 2021;

RET: SMME opportunities for Ward 58 and surrounding

communities during construction and operational phase.


CORNUBIA DEVELOPMENT

Project Name: Cornubia l Investor: Municipality & THP

Investment

value:

R25,8

Billion

City

contribution:

R10

Billion

(public)

Developer

Contribution:

R16

Billion

(private)

Annual Revenue:

Start & Finish Date: 2008 - 2038

Jobs Creation: 53 000 (c) 40,000 (o)

Over 30% developed, link previously separated and economically diverse

areas through mixed use and mixed income integrated settlement.

R237

MILLION

Cornubia Stakeholder Forum recently established to improve interface

between Community and Business, with focus on human capacity

development and economic opportunities

RET targets commitment: 30% CPG on City projects incl. Housing Ph 2 out on tender and C9

corridor Cornubia Boulevard (on hold owing to covid-19 budget reprioritisation)

Facilitating, targeting and enabling black owned businesses in the property sector value chain


OCEANS UMHLANGA

Project Name: Oceans uMhlanga (uMhlanga Rocks Village) l Investor: Oceans uMhlanga Pty (Ltd)

Investment

value:

R4,2

Billion

City

contribution:

R150

Million

Developer

Contribution:

R4.2

Billion

Annual Revenue:

Start & Finish Date: 2008 - 2068

Jobs Creation: 21,200 (t) 10,300 (p)

Progress to Date:

• Construction resumed in Jan 2021.

• Ph 1: Hotel to be completed 2022

• Ph 1: Retail to be completed 2023

• Roads upgrade and public transport facility (R170m in total) in design stage,

targeting construction in 2021;

• City RET requirements to be incorporated into Tender process for City works.

• Shareholding opportunity for hotel was put out to the public in crowd-funding

process and negotiations undertaken with business forums by Developer.

R34.4

MILLION

rates


SIBAYA DEVELOPMENT

Project Name: Sibaya. l

Investor: Devmco

Investment

value:

R50

Billion

City

contribution:

TBC

Developer

Contribution:

R50

Billion

Annual Revenue:

Start & Finish Date: 2018 - 2038

Jobs Creation: 70 000

Progress to Date:

• Private sector driven development;

R140

MILLION

• Node 1 and Node 5 under construction;

• Node 5 SPLUMA application underway;


BRICKWORKS DEVELOPMENT

Project Name: Avoca Nodal Development l

Investor: Investec (R200m investment)

Investment

value:

R10,1

Billion

City

contribution:

R453

Million

R34 m (Rate Rebate)

R279 m ((Roads)

R140 m (Elec)

Start & Finish Date: 2015 - 2035

Jobs Creation: 51 500 (c) 19 000 (o)

Developer

Contribution:

R9,9

Billion

Annual Revenue:

R120

MILLION

Progress to Date:

Private Sector

• Phase 1 construction commenced Jan 2021

• Infrastructure services and platforming for light industrial by Developer

• R48m worth of works being sub-contracted to SMMEs in Ph 1

Old North Coast Road

• Construction to start Aug 2021

• Electricity infrastructure to commence in 2022

• City infrastructure not yet commenced, which will have a CPG component too.


CENTRUM DEVELOPMENT

Project Name: Centrum l

Investor: Ethekwini Municipality

Investment

value:

R11,5

Billion

City

contribution:

R2

Million

Developer

Contribution:

R9.5

Billion

Annual Revenue:

Start & Finish Date: 2023 - 2030

Jobs Creation: 70 000

R170

MILLION

Progress to Date:

Council gave go ahead for EOI tender process inviting potential

investors to submit proposals

Next Steps

• Complete stakeholder consultation in April and May 2021

• Advertise in July 2021

• Select preferred Developers in Dec 2021

• Standard RET requirements to be applied to construction work, and possibly Broad-based BEE equity ownership percentage


VIRGINIA AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT

Project Name: Virginia Airport. l

Investor: TBD

Investment

value:

R10

Billion

City

contribution:

R500

Million

Developer

Contribution:

R10

Billion

Annual Revenue:

Start & Finish Date: 2024 – 2030

Jobs Creation:10 000

Progress to Date:

Council gave go ahead for EOI tender process inviting potential

investors to submit proposals

R160

MILLION

Next Steps

• Complete stakeholder consultation in April and May 2021

• Advertise in July 2021

• Select preferred Developers in Dec 2021

• Standard RET requirements to be applied to construction work, and possibly Broad-based BEE equity ownership percentage


DURBAN FILM CITY

Project Name: Durban Film City l

Investor: Rinaldo Inv

Investment

value:

R7.5

Billion

City

contribution:

R50

Million

Developer

Contribution:

R7,5

Billion

Annual Revenue:

Start & Finish Date: 2022-2030

Jobs created: 11 000

R50

MILLION

Progress To Date:

• Council Owned Site – Rezoning Approved in Dec 2020

• Court ruling made during March 2021 in favour of the Developer

• Appeal deadline was 30 April 2021, no submission was made. Sherriff to issue

transfer papers

Next Step (12 months)

• Finalize development plans

• Property transfer to be completed by October 2021

• Phase 1 construction (R500m) targeted for 2022


KEYSTONE

Project Name: Keystone l Investor: Rokwil

Investment

value:

R11

Billion

City

contribution:

R480

Million

Start & Finish Date: 2015 - 2023

Jobs created: 6 500

Developer

Contribution:

R11

Billion

Progress To Date:

• R4.5 billion spent to date. R2 billion to be spend during 2021

• Buildings

• >70% of Keystone Park sold/committed with over 3,000 jobs created;

• 2,000 staff employed at Dromex facility which opened in 2020;

• Negotiations with Business in the park for further business opportunities (Logistics, Cleaning,

Product packaging, etc), with assistance from DTI

• 60% -70% of unskilled labour in the Park from all the 7 wards

• 500 Learnerships to date and continuing each year.

Annual Revenue:

R179

MILLION

Infrastructure

• WULA application submitted and design progressed for the construction of MR-385.

Work valued at over R200m which will have 30% CPG.


NTSHONGWENI DEVELOPMENT

Project Name: Ntshongweni Phase 1 l Investor: Fundamentum/THD

HILLCREST

HOSPITAL

HILLCREST

SUMMERVELD

RACETRACK

SUMMERVEL

D

LIFESTYLE

RESIDENTIA

L

LIFESTYLE

RESIDENTIA

L

LIFESTYLE

RESIDENTIA

L

SALEM

RESIDENTIAL

RECREATION

CONSERVATIO

N

N3

M13

URBA

N

CORE

GIBA

GORG

E

ENVIROSERV

LOGISTIC

S

ETM

LANDFILL?

M13

MR559

N3

KWANDENGE

ZI

Investment

value:

R8

Billion

Start & Finish Date: 2021-2030

Jobs created: 8 500

City

contribution:

R800

Million

Ntshongweni Development Framework

• Retail

• Commercial

• Inclusionary residential

• Logistics and Industrial

• Urban Amenities

• Extensive open space network

Developer

Contribution:

R8

Billion

• 2 000 hectares Precinct

• 520 000m2 (+) Urban Core incl.

• "Mall of the West" and Private Hospital

• New Investment of >R30bn

• 30 000 joe for Precinct and 8 500 jobs for Urban Core

• R500m annual rates revenue

Annual Revenue:

R500

MILLION

DASSENHOE

K


CATO RIDGE LOGISTICS HUB

Project Name: Cato Ridge Freight and Logistics

Investor: CRLHC (Lord Trust Development, AmaXimba Dev Trust, Inkanyezi Yezulu)

Investment

value:

R18

Billion

City

contribution:

R2.5

Billion

includes SANRAL and

KZN DoT roads

Start & Finish Date: 2021 – 2026

Jobs created: 10 000 (All Phases)

Developer

Contribution:

R15.5

Billion

Progress To Date

• Feasibility study completed;

• Environmental approval for KwaXimba Interchange;

• SANRAL N3 widening construction in 2021;

• Infrastructure design and planning underway, as well as processes to secure funding;

Annual Revenue:

R300

MILLION

Transformation Implementation plan being conceptualised in partnership with City.


N3 OUTER WEST CORRIDOR

N3 Corridor Catalytic Projects (SIP 2)

PROJECT NAME

CHALLENGES TO BE ADDRESSED IN EACH NODE

NTSHONGWENI

• Proposed onsite treatment works will cater for Mall only but can be upgraded to

incl. Urban Core:

• Bulk sewer for additional phases requires

Upgrading of Umhlatuzana/Dassenhoek treatment

Works, which has a 7-year programme;

• Half of the development falls under ESKOM Supply;

• Kassier road deproclamation

CATO RIDGE

NTSHONGWENI

KEYSTONE

• Upgrades to Hammersdale treatment works is required urgently to address both

keystone and Cato Ridge Logistics Hub

• Upgrades to MR385 required by Keystone and Hammersdale developments

• Sustainable bulk water solution needed for secure supply as tenants currently

harvesting own water

KEYSTONE

CATO RIDGE

MULTI MODAL

• Source funding for the KwaXimba interchange

• EIA must be initiated for the trunk sewer main to Hammersdale treatment works

• Programme for upgrading of the Hammersdale WWTW misaligned with

development roll out


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INVEST

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