- All business: Business utilise advantages to grow
- Property investors & developers: Property developers increase the supply of residential, commercial and industrial premises
- New business investors: More businesses invest & locate here to utilise opportunities
- Small business: Increase in supplier opportunities, translates into increased sales
- Development partners incl. public investor: The benefits of public investment / developments for society are maximised
- Farmers: Farmers have increased opportunity to generate income whilst adding more value to society
- Home investors and new local consumers: More rate paying citizens re-locate to live here, to benefit from the citizen advantages
- Unemployed / informal business: More conscious, capable and resilient unemployed and informal business
- Vulnerable farm workers: Vulnerable citizens are less exposed to risk and suffering. Are more conscious, skilled and resilient.
- Poor: Vulnerable citizens are less exposed to risk and suffering. Are more conscious, skilled and resilient.
2.1 Relevant stakeholders committed to collaborate to improve local competitive advantages.
2.2 Investors are made aware of specific opportunities and benefits of investing here.
2.3 Well located serviced sites are available for industrial investors. Constraint removed
2.4 Local markets work better to increase opportunity for local small businesses
2.5 Swartland is known as a good place to live by rate paying citizens of South Africa
2.6 Easier for local citizens to access economic opportunity
3.1 Maximise economic opportunities and comparative advantage. Guide where and what type of future growth and development takes place in municipality.
3.2 Identify development opportunities in support of economic growth and systematically strengthen comparative advantage . Enable sustainable rural and agricultural development.
3.6 Enhance safe, healthy, liveable and sustainable communities and neighbourhoods
4.3 Provide overall strategic direction to development and public investment in Swartland
4.5 Sound long-term financial planning including effective public investment
4.6 Sound financial management, budgeting and expenditure control
5.1 Secure sufficient long term bulk water provision
5.2 Maintenance and upgrading that sustain and improve the current condition of tarred roads
5.3 Ensure sufficient civil services capacity for planned developments
5.4 Ensure sufficient electricity capacity for planned developments
5.5 Maintenance and upgrading that sustain and improve the current condition of electrical infrastructure
5.6 Provide electricity cost effectively
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