Isibuko Development Planning cc (hereafter referred to as Isibuko), is a multi-disciplinary consultancy based in KwaZulu-Natal (Pietermaritzburg) and Gauteng (Centurion), but works throughout South Africa. Sibongiseni Mduduzi Maseko established the company in 2004 and is the sole member/director of the company.

The company has experience in various aspects of development planning, particularly policy formulation (Integrated Development Planning), spatial planning (spatial development frameworks), feasibility studies, urban design, rural/regional development planning, local economic development and project management. Other expertise available within the company includes facilitation/communication and training and capacity building.

MISSION STATEMENT

Isibuko provides sustainable land planning and development solutions to both public and private sector organisations. We always strive to meet the requirements of our clients and exceed their expectations.

OUR VALUES

  • Sustainable planning and development solutions
  • Efficient and effective planning process
  • Professional tailored attention
  • Consistent high quality service
  • Ethical conduct
  • Cost effectiveness (value for money)

PHILOSOPHY AND APPROACH

Isibuko Development Planning cc adopts a strategic approach to development planning, and seeks to create environments that improve and enhance quality of life while maintaining balance between development and conservation of natural resource. We also believe in the involvement of all interested and affected parties in the formulating plans and decisions that affects their daily lives. The company subscribes to the planning and development principles that underpins development policies and legislation in South Africa, particularly those that gives rise to the following outcomes:

  • Integrated development
  • Sustainable development
  • Economically generative environments
  • Socially inclusive environments
  • People centred development

PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION

Our staff members are duly registered with:

  • The Council for South African Town and Regional Planners
  • South African Planning Institute (SAPI)
  • South African Council for the Property Valuers Profession