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WHAT IS THE KAROO REGIONAL SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK?

The Karoo Region is a unique and awe-inspiring ecological, physical, social, cultural, and economic phenomenon stretching over four provinces in the South African landscape. The Karoo Regional Spatial Development Framework (RSDF) aims to apply regional-scale thinking, conceptualisation and planning to the region in order to: (1) harness the full development potential of the region in a sustainable and transformative way, and (2) address the shared, large-scale regional challenges, such as climate change, poverty, inequality, and unequal access to, and participation in the economy.

The Karoo RSDF will focus on regional attributes, characteristics, dynamics, flows and processes:

Regional development drivers and threats

Regional spatial economics, interactions, and flows

Regional settlement histories and futures

Regional institutional alignment and cooperation

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CURRENT PHASE

PHASE 4:

Spatial Proposals and Implementation Framework

Phase 4 focusses on the development of (1) a regional development vision, (2) regional development concepts, (3) development objectives and strategies, and (4) the overall RSDF map. The Implementation Framework tied to the Spatial Proposals will focus on (1) investment and (2) institutional issues.

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Deliverables:

Spatial Proposals, Implementation Framework and Marketing Material

Deliverables & Timeframe:

Regional development vision, concepts, objectives, strategies and overall RSDF map and sub-regional maps. Implementation Framework and Marketing Material.

Timeframe: Six months

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