MIG: INDUSTRY GUIDE: INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICE DELIVERY LEVEL AND UNIT COST
The Department of Cooperative a Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA) together with other stakeholders including state departments, state owned entities and professional bodies undertook a process to revise and update the Industry Guide 2007 and developed a 2009/10 version. This document An Industry Guide Infrastructure Service Delivery Levels and Unit Costs 2009/10 document aims to:.
reflect the broad stakeholder inputs and adoption of infrastructure unit standards and costs;
The overall objective was therefore to develop a practical, current and relevant nation-wide system of guidance for municipalities, their service providers and ultimately national and provincial government in terms of the provision of basic infrastructure service provision cost values that reflect national and regional impacts, and provide comparative value for high level planning estimates and value for money assessment guidelines.
The Industry Guide 2009/2010, aims to provide a high level first order infrastructure planning cost estimate. The Industry Guide could be used in conjunction with tools such as the Municipal Services Financial Model (MSFM) or the Municipal Infrastructure Investment Model MIIF) to corroborate planning cost estimates.
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