The CLGF Good Practice Scheme (GPS) seeks to address targeted municipalities’ capacity challenges around LED. The Scheme promotes the mutual exchange learning and good practice between partner Municipalities. This is done through technical exchanges, collaborative working, pilot projects, and sharing of good practice. The project is part of the wider Commonwealth GPS which is being implemented in six Commonwealth countries namely India, Ghana, Jamaica, Sierra Leone, South Africa and Pakistan.
As one of the outcomes of the Scheme, SALGA has now published a report on the partnership between eThekwini Municipality and the Leeds City Council as well as guidelines for municipalities around LED & Procurement. Both documents were prepared by Prof Wallace and Prof Reddy in KZN.
The report How can South African municipalities learn from the eThekwini Municipality/Leeds City Council Good Practice Scheme is available here. The guidelines on LED & Procurement can be accessed here.
More information on the CLGF GPS is available here.
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