Phase 2: Basic Product

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Basic organisation

Community members are trained in construction

Output

Households that are allocated to the land are organised into a (semi-) formal structure with rules that are represented by a democratic committee.








Summary

Households agree on rules to govern their organisation, and elect a committee to represent their needs throughout the MLS process.


Key decisions

Visit Organising for more information and discussion on this topic.

Basic planning / demarcation

Marking Plots

Output Summary

Plots within the block are demarcated on the ground and on a plan in a way that represents both community and government needs.


Action summary

The developer, with the support of planners and others, working in a participative manner with households allocated to the plots (if they are available), plans where the plots will go in the block and/ or demarcates plots on the ground.


Key decisions

Visit Land and Planning for more information and discussion on this topic.



Basic tenure

Households get basic tenure


Output summary

Households have basic tenure security.


Action summary

The developer, working in a participatory and transparent manner, arranges for households to get tenure security, with evidence kept by both household and local authority, that outlines clear rules on what tenure rights and responsibilities are involved.


Key decisions


Visit Tenure for more information and discussion on this topic.


Basic services

Households get basic services

Output summary

Households have access to a basic level of services.


Action summary

The developer provides a basic level of services (water, sanitation, roads, storm water, electricity, refuse removal, etc)) prior to or immediately after households move onto the land.


Key decisions


Visit Services and Facilities for more information and discussion on this topic.



Basic facilities

The multipurpose hall and builders yard are built

Output summary

Households have access to basic set of facilities.



Action summary

The developer provides a basic set of facilities (community hall, open space, post, fire, etc) at the neighbourhood level prior to or immediately after households move onto the land.


Key decisions

Visit Services and Facilities for more information and discussion on this topic.



Basic access

Access to amenities

Output

Household have access to local public transport nodes (from which they can access opportunities at the municipal scale) and environment pedestrian friendly.



Summary actions

Municipality provides local public service facilities like taxi bays and bus stops. Municipality and/ or developer provide pedestrianisation facilities.


Key decisions


Visit Access for more information and discussion on this topic.



Basic financing

Finance is secured for provision of basic products


Output

Finance is secured for provision of basic products.


Summary actions

Appropriate role-players (developer, municipality, community, etc.) secure funding (state, private, community) for basic products (tenure, services, organisation, etc).


Key decisions


Visit Financing for more information and discussion on this topic.


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