Optimisation of land to its potential is the main focus in this discipline. Property development, housing solutions, project management, agriculture and integrated solutions are all components.
In any Development that is focused on sustainable principles of community, the principle of INTEGRATED living and interconnectivity is a prime component.
The evolved NEXUS principle that combines ENERGY | WATER | AGRICULTURE , with people integration is essential to the successful delivery of long term, sustainable projects.
HEALTH, NUTRITION AND FOOD SECURITY
According to the World Summit for Social Development in 1995, absolute poverty is defined as a condition characterised by severe deprivation of basic human needs including food, safe drinking water, sanitation facilities, health, shelter, education and information
SMMME AND JOB CREATION
Through our community-centric approach the following are be targeted:
• Creation of jobs and self-employed positions.
• Economically empowered households.
• Skilled and trained workers.
• Better value systems.
• Creation of an improved atmosphere of economic upliftment and advancement.
SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION
Most community interventions fail by imposing ‘vanilla’ product driven solutions based on cumulative standardised research. These presumptuous models later fail as patronised communities cannot endure the consequential misfit of these “academic” based solutions.
GREEN AND SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE
Transport, Energy, ITC and Waste Management are required to enable the needs of modern society effectively. Progressive infrastructure development that considers the relationships and requirements necessary for sustainable growth.
Food is a basic human need, agriculture is an easy access point to the national economy for any citizen. Food production should be encouraged at every level and is seen as a primary driver of job and wealth creation. High value, high intensity industrialized farming, urban agriculture in allotments and backyards, large and small scale outdoor agriculture
Where Food Production is integrated into the water system through the management of runoff through attenuation systems such as sponge gardens, the processing of waste water through natural benefication systems, and the planning of production to best distribute water through the landscape.