About IUDF

The Integrated Urban Development Framework (IUDF) is a policy initiative of the Government of South Africa, coordinated by the Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (CoGTA).

The IUDF seeks to foster a shared understanding across government and society about how best to manage urbanisation and achieve the goals of economic development, job creation and improved living conditions.


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OUR VISION


Liveable, safe, resource-efficient cities and towns that are socially integrated, economically inclusive and globally competitive, where residents actively participate in urban life.

OUR VISION


Liveable, safe, resource-efficient cities and towns that are socially integrated, economically inclusive and globally competitive, where residents actively participate in urban life.

OUR GOALS


To achieve the IUDF’s transformative vision, four overall strategic goals are introduced: Access, Growth, Governance, Spatial Transformation…

An overview of the IUDF

SA Urban Development Context 2014

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GOALS, LEVERS & ISSUES

STRATEGIC GOALS

  • Access
  • Growth
  • Governance
  • Spatial transformation

9 LEVERS

  • Spatial planning
  • Transport and mobility
  • Human settlements
  • Urban infrastructure
  • Land governance
  • Economic development
  • Empowered communities
  • Urban governance
  • Sustainable finances

3 CROSS CUTTING ISSUES

 

  • 1. Rural-urban interdependency
  • 2. Disaster risk reduction and climate change
  • 3. Urban safety

These partners have been supporting the IUDF: