Project Accreditation

Delivery partners who wish to apply for the Consolidated Capital Grant (CCG) must submit projects to the SHRA pipeline in order to go through the project accreditation process. The project accreditation process entails submission of the QSB (assessment of the project) and QSC (project financial viability).

All projects submitted must have provincial support and be located within a restructuring zone. Projects that are not suitable for social housing will be pulled out of the project pipeline. Projects that meet the investment criteria will be recommended to the SHRA Council for consideration. Approved projects will qualify for a CCG of R328 687 per unit (up to a maximum of 70% of the total cost of the project). Delivery partners can fund the balance through a combination of debt funding and own equity while ODAs must contribute a minimum of 20% own of their own equity. Projects that need assistance with meeting the SHRA’s requirements will be recommended to the Sector Development and Transformation unit (SD&T) for support.

To accredit a project for the SHRA, follow the following steps:

  • Step 1: Send an introductory email bout the project you would like to register to
  • Step 2: You will then receive an acknowledgement letter with further instructions on what documents are required (i.e. BBBEE certificate, I.D copies, etc.).
  • Step 3: After submitting the required documents, you will then be given a project application pack which contains the our Quick Scan A, B and C tools for you to populate.
  • Step 4: Once these tools have been populated, you will need to submit them on the same email address provided above. Through this last step you would have successfully registered onto the SHRA’s pipeline and receive confirmation thereof.

The SHRA offers free training for Project Accreditation and other topics relevant for anyone who intends to participate in the social housing sector. Click on the link below to view the SHRA Training Programme Schedule:


Compliance Monitoring

The SHRA also regulates certain aspects of tenant management to ensure that tenants are well looked after and reap the intended benefits of the social housing programme.

Legislative Framework

The purpose of these rules is to set out the principles applicable to and the process for the transfer of social housing stock or rights, as contemplated in regulation 13 of the Regulations

Project Accreditation

SHIs and ODAs who wish to apply for funding (CCG) must submit projects to the SHRA pipeline in order to go through the project accreditation process.

SHI Accreditation

The definition of accreditation in terms of the Social Housing Act 16 of 2008 means the screening, evaluation, provisional and final accreditation by the SHRA

SHI Dashboard

The SHI dashboard contains a database of accredited and conditionally accredited SHIs and is organised in the following manner…

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