This includes but is not limited to topics such as:
• Enough safe drinking water and food supply; and
• sufficient energy supplies; and
• proximity to known criminal and or terrorist hotspots; and
• sufficient infrastructure; and
• the availability and efficiency off medical facilities; and
• effective law enforcement agencies.
In this model, the Physical Risk Manager plays a critical active roll from the very beginning of the planning stages of the project until the completion stage. He will eventually be training appointed candidate/s of the Project Promotor, in order to take over the day-to-day continuous risk management of the Project.
AS PART OF THE RURAL AND URBAN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM WE ACT AS CUSTODIANS OF THE REGISTERED “RATE” MODEL WHERE THE
"R" in RATE:
Means the proclamation and/or development of Residential properties for the Southern African market both full title and sectional title; as complete townships or clusters in the countryside or urban areas. As Farmyard estates, private conservation reserves or green lifestyle villages, or the upgrade of old manner estates of value. Bush lodges, boutique hotels or other commercial residential estates, and resorts for the tourism industry.
"A" in RATE:
Means the Agricultural and Mineral/Precious Metal exploration and development of the land including protection of the aquifer and surface water quality. Preference is given to organic cultivation, food security enhancement, and environmental sensitive Mining activities.
"T" in RATE:
Means the upgrading and expansion of the tourism industry by development of infrastructure, transport be it sea, air, road or rivers/lakes as well as Safari 4x4 facilities.
"E" in RATE:
Means Education and Energy focusing on the training and development of human resources; enhancement of green energy generation technology, and promoting carbon credit support.