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Draft Presentation

Presented by a consortium of: Voyants Solutions Pvt. Ltd & Alchemy Urban Systems Pvt. Ltd

Scope of the draft presentation Revised population projection Draft development plan Broad infrastructure requirements and costing Phasing and implementation strategy

The scope of the draft report includes:


Formulation of sectoral vision and strategies Culminating the sectoral strategies into developmental strategies for the delineated region Based on the developmental strategies and potential of the region, projecting the population for the project horizon year 2036 Estimating the broad infrastructure requirements and costing and phasing for the same Strategizing the institutional framework and implementation strategy

The population projections have been earlier covered under the Interim Stage of the Twin City Development Plan but it is observed that with the implementation of the proposed growth strategies, the growth patterns of different towns/villages would be different in the future and therefore the population projections have been revised.

Anand Urban Agglomeration Nadiad Municipal Area The towns Chaklasi, Karamsad & Mogri village have been analyzed separately Villages around Anand and Villages around Nadiad Villages on the eastern side of the expressway

Past Population Trends of the Overall Planning Area Influence of Proposed Growth Pattern on Projections

Population projections have been carried out using the following methods : Arithmetic increase Incremental increase Geometric increase Exponential, Logarithmic and Graphical methods Natural increase and migration method

Name of the settlement Anand (M) Karamsad(M) VitthalUdyognagar(INA) VallabhVidyanagar (M) Bakrol (V) Mogri (V) Villages around Anand Nadiad (M) Chaklasi (M) Villages around Nadiad Villages on the Eastern Side of Expressway TOTAL PROJECTED POPULATION

2011 201255 39089 6072 36429 33945 3810 54898 214133 40433 61503 47811 739378

Projected Population 2021 2031 275719 330863 53552 66940 8259 9910 42986 48144 48542 65531 4496 5170 63682 73234 241971 263748 44476 48479 67653 73065
49724 901060 51215 1036299

2041 343843 73329 10720 50033 72678 5472 78535 271545 50381 75579 51725 1083840

Growth Rates within the Delineated Area

Land suitability

analysis Disaster zoning and vulnerability Sectoral vision Growth strategy & vision Development Scenario Construction Concept Draft Development Plan Draft Development Plan Infrastructure estimation, costing & phasing Implementation strategy

Project area divided into a grid of 1km x 1km Various parameters were mapped and overlayed Scoring of the various grids Individual parameters are assigned multiplying factors High rank for a grid implied greater suitability for urban development. Methodology for land suitability analysis

Macro parameters:
Number of Agricultural Workers Existing un-irrigated agricultural land

Micro parameters:
Accessibility Existing environmental features Existing settlement

Parameters for analysis

The darker areas depict areas that need to safeguarded, whereas the light areas depict areas which are prodevelopment

SR. NO. 1

SECTOR

VISION

Sprawl development Create harmonious development within the delineated Retain the identity as an environmentally sound region habitat Enhancing the vibrant character of the delineated region Provide paramount quality of life. Transportation and connectivity development Provide an integrated network of roads with clear hierarchy to improve connectivity within the delineated region Facilitate the ease of movement for through traffic as well as the local traffic Adequately integrating existing roads and development, while safeguarding ecologically sensitive areas Provide a framework for planned urban extension

SR. NO. 3

SECTOR Economic development

VISION Establish a sustainable economic development mechanisms based on strategic partnerships within the delineated region capitalizing on the local potential and skill-set . Promote and further augment the several forms of prevalent tourism modes such as educational, medical and religious tourism integrated with high-end tourism infrastructure development

Tourism development

Health and Educational Facility Development

Promote state supported education and health facilities with private initiatives to bringing in more investment in Social Infrastructure facilities to cater all sects of people across the region.

SR. NO. 6

SECTOR Water supply

VISION Facilitate access to safe drinking water to all the citizens

Sanitation and Solid Waste Management Facility Development


Slums and EWS housing demand

Facilitate community driven safe and hygienic sanitation facilities in Anand Nadiad region

Ensure safe and serviced residential facilities to the slum and houseless population through proactive slum rehabilitation and policy initiatives

SR. NO. 9

SECTOR Water Bodies, Environment & Recreation

VISION Protect the environment in terms of land, water and air Home based non-polluting industries to be developed in stipulated areas within the urbanized zone Other Industrial areas to be located away from urbanized zone with requisite buffers

TO PROMOTE THE DEVELOPMENT OF ANAND NADIAD TWIN CITY WHICH OFFERS DIVERSIFIED ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES AND SOCIAL FACILITIES IN AN INCLUSIVE MANNER WITH PLANNED AND SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT MANAGED BY AN ABLE ADMINISTRATION

Ribbon development along the transport corridors

Scenario-1: No intervention scenario

Urban agricultural pocket Urban agricultural strips cutting across the city

Buffered industrial development in the south west

Scenario-2: Land zoning option 1

Urban agricultural pocket


Mixed use development on the E-W corridor to spur development in that direction Loop/ring roads to improves E-W connectivity

Industrial development Scenario-3: Land zoning in the south west option 2

To create a city that integrates the existing towns of Anand and Nadiad along with the rural hinterland and existing villages The idea is to consider developing an urban area that is well provided in terms of facilities, sustainable as a habitat and convenient in terms of its layout and connectivity;

Provide adequate connectivity to allow for easy movement Provide connectivity along the high capacity routes; Develop public transport in order to encourage transition from private wheels to public wheels Land Use zoning and road network to support road-based public transport system in order for the system to function efficiently;

A green system to be developed to connect these existing water bodies and channels. The lowest density farm type residential areas have been designed as an extension to these green space systems.

The area to the East of the Expressway which is presently cut off from the rest of the development to the west is retained as agricultural. Thus the expressway acts as a feature to preserve/conserve the existing agricultural lands on its eastern side.

Draft Development Plan

Demand (MLD) 2011 2021 2031 2036 99.82 121.64 139.9 146.32 ITEM COST Source augmentation = 100.00MLD Water supply Network length Physical Infrastructure 2693.95 estimation = Social 530Km Infrastructure 2963.07 TOTAL COST = 284.63 Cr. TOTAL 5657.02 sewerage generated in MLD: 2011 2021 2031 2036 79.85 97.31 111.92 117.05 THIS COST SHALL BE SPENT IN 3 PHASES OVER THE NEXT 25 YEARS Sewerage network Treatment facility requirements = 72.00 MLD Sr. No PHASES Network length estimation land (ha) unit cost /ha Total Area (ha) Saleable Total cost TOTAL COST = 286.44 Cr. 100% 15% (Cr) (Cr) 1 Phase Length covered storm water drains = 270 kms 9211 1381.65 12.9 17823.29 Storm water drainage 1 TOTAL COST = 44.55 12.9 Cr. 2 Phase 2 4951 742.65 9580.19 3 Phase 3 Waste generated in tonnes per day 11367 1705.05 12.9 21995.15 2011 2021 2031 4 TOTAL 25529 3829.35 12.9 49398.622036 Solid waste management 184.84 225.27 259.07 270.96 TOTAL COST = 57.42 Cr. The amount required can be financed through sale of land banks road development 322 km Road development and Broad newcreated via TP= Schemes public transport TOTAL COST = 1742.88 Cr. Micro level infrastructure TOTAL COST = 278.04 Cr.

PHASE-1 PHASE-2 Notification of the area as Review of DP in 2021 an Area Development Authority. Constitute an area development authority Preparation of DP and proposal Proposal of TP Schemes for Phaseof TP Schemes for Phase-1 2 Action Plan for Infrastructure & Action Plan for Infrastructure & Development projects Development projects Provision of infrastructure Project formulation, facilities in areas where Development & development has already Implementation strategies for taken place new development. Project formulation for new Projects for improving existing Physical and Social infrastructure and to develop infrastructure additional infrastructure Project formulation for new facilities, civic amenities and projects to compliment utilities. urbanization. Preparation of DPR for each Strategies for O&M development Projects & Recommendations for policy Infrastructure Projects. initiatives Strategies for O&M Recommendations for policy initiatives

PHASE-3 Review of DP in 2031

STA STAGE-1 GE-2

Proposal of TP Schemes for Phase-3 Action Plan for Infrastructure & Development Projects Project formulation, Development & Implementation strategies for new development. Independent projects for improving existing infrastructure and to develop additional infrastructure facilities, civic amenities and utilities. Preparation of DPR for each development Projects & Infrastructure Projects. Strategies for O&M Recommendations for policy initiatives

STAGE-3

Considering the current growth pattern, interdependency and socio-cultural identity of Anand - Nadiad and the neighboring villages, it is envisaged that the project area has to be declared a Special Planning Area for an efficient and sustainable development of the region. Under the Gujarat Town Planning Act 1976 , a region within the state can be declared as Development Area for purpose of securing planned development. The Area Development Authority would be the apex body for planning and co-ordination of development activities in the delineated area.