7.City Development Plan - Nagpur

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<p>City Development Plan - Nagpur</p> <p>Nagpur Municipal Corporation</p> <p>Structure of Presentation</p> <p>STATUS ON THE CDP PROCESS NAGPURS POTENTIAL FUTURE PERSPECTIVE AND VISION GROWTH THEMES JNNURM STRATEGY2</p> <p>Status on CDP Process </p> <p>Conducted Rapid City Assessment SWOT Analysis CDP process: 3 Capacity building workshops with MC officials Initial workshops with stakeholder groups (Commerce associations, Clubs, NGOs, Media and peoples representatives Personal interviews with select stakeholder groups Visioning workshop with MC officials Stakeholder Consultation Workshop</p> <p>Others soliciting citizens participation through: </p> <p>Suggestion box at all NMC ward offices and emails Essay competitions in schools Thought provoking Newspaper articles and editorials</p> <p>Process being facilitated by CRISIL Infrastructure Advisory and coordinated by NMC JNNURM cell</p> <p>3</p> <p>Nagpurs potential</p> <p>Location and Connectivity</p> <p>Kolkata</p> <p>Kolkata</p> <p>International Airport</p> <p>Inland container depot</p> <p>Road</p> <p>Rail</p> <p>5</p> <p>Gateway to a large hinterland</p> <p>Trading of resources and minerals Logistics hub for agro and high value forest produce Gateway for industrial produce for industrial estates Health care facilities for Nagpur, Vidarbha, adjoining districts of MP and Chhattisgarh Higher education institutes catering to students from various states6</p> <p>Intrinsic quality </p> <p>City with one of the lowest income inequality (City Monitor 2002) Ranked 10th Wealthiest Highest Consuming and Most Aware Town in India by INDIA TODAY RK SWAMY BBDO Guide to Urban Markets 2004 Ranked Seventh in a Study on Top IT Cities in India conducted by DATAQUEST IDC (Study Parameters included Manpower Availability, ICT Infrastructure Availability and Usage and Environment and Lifestyle) One of the top four Tier II cities with potential for IT and ITES (KPMG NASSCOM) Urban infrastructure comparable with the best in the the country Second highest number of Engineering colleges in Maharashtra7 (first is Pune)</p> <p>Quality human resources</p> <p>Excellent base for graduation and post graduation courses and produces - annually 8600</p> <p>engineers 1000 MBA 800 MCA And many more graduates every year</p> <p>Literacy level 70% Competitive skilled manpower costs8</p> <p>Growth triggers MIHAN </p> <p>Project area Airport Road &amp; rail terminal ha SEZ 1475 ha</p> <p>4025 ha 1200 ha 200</p> <p>Captive power house 52 ha IT Parks 400 ha Health city 60 ha Manufacturing and Value add units 963 ha </p> <p>International school 10 ha Investment of over Rs.2,500 crores; potentially creating over 1.5 Lakh jobs Other support infrastructure 9 1140 ha</p> <p>Growth triggers MIHANIndustries Potential Agriculture &amp; agro based products Formulations IT &amp; ITES Health services Aerospace engineering Fabrics, textiles, clothing and clothing accessories Electrical machinery and equipments Office and telecom machinery Electronics and electronics equipments Engineering and precision engineering industry</p> <p>MADC10</p> <p>Growth Multipliers</p> <p>Rapid Industrialization atButibori, Hingna Kalmeshwar Kamptee</p> <p>Support infrastructure </p> <p>Proposed convention centre International flights to and from Nagpur Development of tourist circuits</p> <p>Finance and banking Warehousing Transportation Logistics Hotels Restaurants Entertainment</p> <p>11</p> <p>Investment climate</p> <p>Maharashtra state is number 1 for industrial climate in investors perception (World Bank CII study India investment climate 2004) Contributes upto 15% of Indias GDP 25% of countrys value add is made in Maharashtra MIHAN would cater to a catchment area of 500 km radius within the country12</p> <p>FUTURE PERSPECTIVE AND VISION</p> <p>VISION FOR NAGPURThe Growth Nucleus of Central India .. an eco city that provides adequate, equitable, sustainable access of urban services for all citizens .. a city that is safe, livable and promotes growth of its citizens14</p> <p>GROWTH THEMES</p> <p>DIRECTION FOR GROWTH</p> <p>Visioning exercise has indicated that NMC should support the following growth themes: The City Attaining a key position in IT, ITES and health services Support</p> <p>industrialization in its hinterland education, culture and tourism</p> <p> Promoting</p> <p>16</p> <p>Infrastructure Development Strategy</p> <p>Investment Plan Rs. 2007 crores 100%</p> <p>coverage in water supply and improved service levels coverage in sewerage collection</p> <p> 100%</p> <p> Safety</p> <p>and better management of traffic through provision of flyovers, bridges, parking facilities etc. solid waste collection efficiency and disposal of waste in environmentally friendly manner</p> <p> 100%</p> <p>17</p> <p>Water Supply and Distribution</p> <p>Vision Water For All and 24 x 7 Supply Water Audit and Energy Programme Strengthening Reducing</p> <p>of water supply system</p> <p>Pench IV</p> <p>raw water transportation losses </p> <p> Augmentation Water</p> <p>of source</p> <p>reuse</p> <p>18</p> <p>Sewerage</p> <p>Vision: 100% Coverage in sewerage collection and treatment Strengthening sewerage networkSetting</p> <p>up Sewerage Treatment Plants old and defective sewer lines</p> <p>Changing</p> <p>19</p> <p>Storm Water Drainage</p> <p>Vision: Strengthening and rejuvenation of natural drainage system Rejuvenation of Nag and Pilli riversNallah Lake</p> <p>Canalization and strengthening</p> <p>rejuvenation along the roads20</p> <p>Drainage</p> <p>SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT</p> <p>Vision: Clean City, Bin-free City Development of land fill site 100%</p> <p>House to House Collection at source, composting and waste</p> <p> Segregation</p> <p>to energy</p> <p>21</p> <p>TRANSPORT</p> <p>Vision: Safe and Efficient Traffic Management Road Network improvement with widening, ROBs, flyovers planned to remove traffic congestion Development</p> <p>of outer ring road of MRTS already in place</p> <p> Techno-feasibility Installing</p> <p>traffic signage's, signals, markings, GPRS systems and intelligent traffic management systems22</p> <p>Housing and Slum Upgradation</p> <p>Vision: Slum Free City Access to basic services to slum dwellers Slum EWS</p> <p>rehabilitation programme / LIG Housing</p> <p> Public</p> <p>toilets, night shelters, destitute childrens homes, beggars home, working womens hostel and marriage halls</p> <p>23</p> <p>JNNURM Strategy</p> <p>Sector</p> <p>Total projects proposed Rs 5924 crores during 2005 2011 Assistance sought under NURM Rs 2007 crores</p> <p>City Investment Plan Summary 2005-2011 Investment in Rs crores Balance 2005-11 1st Year PPP Period 422.31 3.00 80.00 115.00 620.31 129.84 238.91 146.73 515.48 45.00 55.50 45.00 50.00 50.00 245.50 25.00 25.00 50.00 125.00 42.00 1350.00 75.00 1592.00 263.00 650.00 128.00 100.00 200.00 7.60 1085.60 50.00 1500.00 1550.00 1.00 5.00 4.00 5.00 15.00 5936.89 162.62 3.00 50.00 44.00 259.62 0.00 0.00 25.00 25.00 0.00 0.00 90.00 90.00 15.00 7.60 202.60 10.00 10.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 497.22 259.69 71.00 330.69 129.84 238.91 146.73 515.48 45.00 55.50 45.00 50.00 50.00 245.50 0.00 25.00 25.00 125.00 42.00 250.00 75.00 492.00 0.00 560.00 38.00 100.00 185.00 883.00 40.00 0.00 40.00 1.00 5.00 4.00 5.00 15.00 2546.67 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1100.00 1100.00 263.00 0.00 0.00 1500.00 1500.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 2863.00</p> <p>Source of Funding State MHADA / Governmen NIT / SRA 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 650.00 650.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 650.00 0.00 125.00 42.00 250.00 417.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 417.00 0.00 0.00 0.00</p> <p>NMC / NURM 422.31 3.00 80.00 115.00 620.31 129.84 238.91 146.73 515.48 45.00 55.50 45.00 50.00 50.00 245.50 25.00 25.00 50.00 75.00 75.00 0.00 128.00 100.00 200.00 7.60 435.60 50.00 0.00 50.00 1.00 5.00 4.00 5.00 15.00 2006.89</p> <p>Water supply and distribution Pench IV Leak detection Energy and water Audit projects Strengethening of WS System Total Sewerage North zone Central zone South zone Total Storm water drainage Drainage along side Road Nalla canalization Strengthening exisiting nallas Rejunevation of Nag and Pilli rivers Lake rejunevation Total Solid Waste Management Sanitary landfill Bin free city Total Slum Development / Housing NIT (EWS/ LIG) MHADA SRA Urban poor ameneties Total Water recycling and reuse Roads Outer Ring Roads 6-lane highways Seven ROBs within city limits 10 Flyovers Road widening /improvements( &gt;24 m) Bridges over rivers ( Three) Total MRTS and Traffic Management Traffic management MRTS Total Social Amenities Destitute Home ( one) Marriage Halls (ten) Night Shelters (four) Public Toilets Total Grand Total</p> <p>Business Plan for 2005-2006City Investment Plan Summary 2005-2011 Investment in Rs crores Source of Funding2005-11 1st Year Balance Period PPP State MHADA / NMC / Governmen NIT / SRA NURM</p> <p>2007 2850 2532 5909 417 650 512</p> <p>Sector</p> <p>Water supply and distribution Sewerage Storm water drainage Solid Waste Management Slum Development / Housing Water recycling and reuse Roads MRTS and Traffic Management Social Amenities Total</p> <p>620 515 246 50 1592 250 1086 1550 15 5924</p> <p>260 0 0 25 0 0 203 10 0 497</p> <p>331 515 246 25 492 0 883 40 15 2547</p> <p>0 0 0 0 1100 250 0 1500 0 2850</p> <p>0 0 0 0 0 0 650 0 0 650</p> <p>0 0 0 0 417 0 0 0 0 417</p> <p>620 515 246 50 75 0 436 50 15 2007</p> <p>26</p> <p>Water Supply and Distribution</p> <p>Pench IV Leak detection Energy and water audit crores</p> <p>162 crores 3 crores 50</p> <p>Strengthening the water supply system 44 crores27</p> <p>Solid waste management</p> <p>Sanitary landfill site</p> <p>25 crores</p> <p>28</p> <p>Road development</p> <p>Outer ring road ROBs Road widening Bridges</p> <p>90 crores 90 crores 15 crores 7.6 crores</p> <p>29</p> <p>Traffic Management</p> <p>Improvement of junctions Installing active CCTV surveillance systems and area traffic control sensors 5 crores</p> <p>Conversion of ATS with LED base plus solar energy system 5 crores30</p> <p>Funding requirements</p> <p>Investment capacity of NMC Rs. 1470Crs (Business as usual case) Deficits, if any can be bridged by: Private sector participation in projects; Prioritizing</p> <p>and phasing of investment property tax reforms to increase</p> <p> Implementing</p> <p>revenue; Increasing</p> <p>user charges for water and other urban 31</p> <p>Mandatory Reform preparednessAdoption of modern accrual based doubled entry system of accounting system of accounting Introduction of system of e-governance Reform of property tax with GIS Currently being implemented by NMC.</p> <p>Project has been initiated by NMC, is expected to be completed by March 2007 GIS mapping of properties is currently being implemented. Property tax reform has been initiated and would be implemented by March 2011 NMC plans to gradually increase the same to collect full cost of O&amp;M by March 2011. NMC plans to collect full user charges for assets created under JNNURM Five percent of the budget is earmarked for the provision of services for urban poor under various schemes and the expenditures on the same are indicated under a separate head in the budget. NMC provides education through schools and health services through primary health care centres to urban poor. Access to basic services in slums is provided through various schemes of NMC, and slum upgradation programs are undertaken under the aegis of SRA. In addition, NMC also undertakes regularisation and rehabilitation 32 of pre 1995 slums as per the Government policy.</p> <p>Levy of reasonable user charges with the objective that full cost of operation and maintenance is collected within next 5 years Internal earmarking within local body, budgets for basic services to the urban poor.</p> <p>Provision of basic services to Urban Poor</p> <p>Status on optional reformsRevision of bye-laws to streamline the approval process for construction of buildings Earmarking at least 20-25 percent of developed land in all housing projects for EWS and LIG category with a system of cross subsidisation Revision of byelaws to make rainwater harvesting mandatory in all buildings and adoption of water conservation measures Bye laws for reuse of recycled water Revisions have been undertaken and the process has been simplified. Partially achieved under ULCRA were there is a provision for government share in the land development to provide housing for EWS and LIG category. Implemented</p> <p>A project for reuse of recycled water is planned and DPR for the same is under preparation. Draft policy for the reuse of recycled water is being formulated. NMC expects the same to be implemented by March 2008 Shall be implemented in a phased manner over the period April 2007 to March 2011 Shall be implemented in a phased manner over the period April 2007 to March 2011 NMC has already experimented with private sector participation in various areas. Some of the initiatives involve proposed laying of pipeline through BOT, development of commercial complexes, amusement parks and market centres on BOT basis, PPP in slum 33 rehabilitation, community participation in collection of solid waste</p> <p>Administrative reforms Structural reforms Encouraging PPP</p> <p>Thank you</p>