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GEARING UP

FOR SMART CITY KAKINADA


13th , Dec.2015

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Profile of Kakinada
Municipal Area Slum Population
31.39 sq.km (2011 census)
1,32,185
Population
(2011 Census): 101 slums
3,25,985 ~ 40% population

Literacy Rate Water Supply


72% (AP: 67%) 107 lpcd

Budget (FY 2015) Wastewater


management
~ Rs. 260 Cr.
Absent

65 Govt. Schools with


Internal Revenue 11,240 students
~ Rs. 60 Cr.

Grants 474 km roads


~ Rs. 200 Cr. (BT & CC)

Workforce 725 km
1,06,276 Open drains
(32.60% of population)

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Ports ~ Growth Drivers of Kakinada Economy

• Anchorage Port –
• Oldest port of GoAP
• Employment ~15,000

• Deep Water Port –


• Developed under PPP
• Cargo Capacity ~ 20 MT/ Yr.
• Cargo handled ~ 17.84 MT / Yr.
• 7th Berth under construction

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Growth Drivers of Kakinada Economy

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Kakinada @ Southern Node of APPCPIR
• Kakinada is at the Southern End of the Andhra Pradesh Petroleum
Chemical and Petrochemical Investment Region (APPCPIR)
• Co-promoted and developed by Government of India and AP to
promote investment for both domestic and international markets
• Lead to significant investments in the area in Petroleum Refining,
Petrochemicals, Gas cracking and downstream units in Chemicals,
Fertilizers, Polymers etc.

Large Indian corporates


already in the area:
• Reliance Industries
• ONGC
• GSPC
• Cairn India
• ESSAR

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Kakinada SEZ
Toys-Games & Sports Electronic Refinery &
Chemicals &
Goods & Apparel Manufacturing Petrochemical
Pharmaceuticals
Manufacturing Park Cluster Complex

Food & Agri Discrete


Housing & Social Dedicated
Processing Park Manufacturing
Infra. Port
Zone
• Spread over 40 Sq. Km of land and with notified Special Economic Zones
(SEZ) of over 20 Sq. Km
• Positioned towards an integrated Food & Agri processing enclave along with
a Refinery & Petrochemical complex
• Electronic Manufacturing Cluster for Electronic Hardware Manufacturing
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Tourism – Hope Island & Coringa & Konaseema

Rajahmundry
Konaseema
Hope Island
Mandapeta Kakinada
Vadapalli Hope island

Ryali Draksharamam
Coringa
Yanam
Coringa Wildlife Santury Kotpalli Yanam Beach

Anayalli

Appanapalli
Dindi
Adurru
Draksharamam Temple Samarlakota Temple

•A notable place with its rich and varied


places of tourist attraction
Uppada Beach
Uppada Sarees

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CITIZEN ENGAGEMENT
VISION & GOALS

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Citizen Engagement
-Ward Level
Twitter Consultations
81 followers -FGD
Essays
8016

Facebook
-11343 Likes
- 36113
Outreach •Media
•News Papers
•Mass email
Mygov
Total submissions
50000
30911 •Road shows
•Public opinion
Mygov •Hoardings •Workshops-45
•FM Radio
6 polls •Survey Forms –
(15000 Votes) Total 35000

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Logo Competitions
LOGOS
Total received 97

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Poll – Priority Sector
WASTE
MANAGEMNT
% Population
INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY HOUSING

UNDERGROUND
DRAINAGE

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Citizen Engagement ~Direct Interactions

CITY LEVEL MEET

WARD LEVEL CONSULTATION ENGINEERING STUDENTS SEMINAR

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Shaping Vision and Goals

Develop
ment & ICT
Jobs based
Tourism
Governa
nce

Clean & Public


Green Transpor
City tation

Good
Affordab
Smart Roads
le
and
Housing Kakinada Connecti
for All
vity

Free of
encroach Health &
ments Educatio
and n to Poor
hawkers
Commun
Stray
ity
Animal
IT Infrastru
Free City
Connecti cture
vity

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Vision and Goals
Transform Kakinada from Pensioners’ Paradise to
Economic Destination
-Economically Vibrant, Inclusive, Liveable & Sustainable based on
the strengths of Ports, Marine & Tourism

Economically
Sustainable
Vibrant

Liveable Inclusive

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AREA BASED DEVELOPMENT
PROPOSALS
CONVERGENCE

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Area Based Development - Selection
POLL 1: Retrofitting
Zone-1 (1375 Ac) 65% Z5
Z3
Zone-2 (510 Ac) 12% Z4

Zone-3 (570 Ac) 8%


Z2
Zone-4 (552 Ac) 7%
Z1
Zone-5 (590 Ac) 8%

Z6
POLL 2: Redevelopment

Zone-6 (65 Ac) 80%

Zone-7 (52 Ac) 20% Z5

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Area Based Development – Zone 1
Population: 1,10,577 (34%)
8 1 Area: 1375 Acres (17%)
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1. Town railway station
2
2. APSRTC Complex
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14 3. Port Railway Station
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4. ESI Hospital
6 9 5. Government General Hospital
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12 6. Collector Office
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5 4 7. Raja Tank
11 3 8. Gandhi Nagar Park
9. Cinema Road
16 10. Main Road
18 11. Temple Road
12. MC Lauren High School
13. PR Government College
14. Victoria Water Works
15. Gandhi Nagar Rythu Bazar
16. Santa Cheruvu
17. RTC Rhythu Bazar
18. Big Market
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Area Based Development - Present
Main Road

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Smart Area Based Development
Mixed Use
Surveillance

Smart
Parking

Public
Transport

Walkable
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Area Based Development - Present
Prakasam Street

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Smart Area Based Development
Green Solar & LED Compact
Economy &
Employment

NMT

Pedestrian
Safety

MSWM UG Services
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Area Based Development - Present
Canal

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Smart Area Based Development
IT Identity &
Connectivit Culture
y

Tourism

STP

Conservatio Safety
n

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Area Based Development - Education
•3897 Students
•160 classrooms in 24 schools
2 Science Labs

E-Pathashala
•Digital podium, Computer lab, Biometric
attendance, Interactive board, Projector

•Up gradation of
Infrastructure & School Buses
Area Based Development - Health

E - HEALTH
Online Records,
Online Medical Supplies
Patient info exchange

100 Bedded ESI Hospital to benefit


45,000+ families

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Area Based Development – Economy & Employment
Rs.108Cr PPP Investment and 800+ Jobs
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1. Mall & Multiplex
1

2. Skill Development
3 Centre at Ramarao
peta

3. Convention centre
and Budget Hotel at
Old municipal travelers
bungalow

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4.Boat Building Yard
@ Jagannaikpur

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Area Based Development – Economy & Employment
•Up gradation of 3 markets
2
1.Big market

3 2.Gandhi nagar market


1. 3. RTC Rhythu
2. bazar

4.Hygienic markets
for fish processing
1 and packing units

5 5.Construction of cold
4 storage at Yetimoga

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Area Based Development – Open Spaces
• Improvement of greenery in
8.7acres and 36000 plantation
• Reduction of 1.8tCO2e/day

•Vivekananda Park
•Gandhi Nagar Park

•Roadside Plantation
•Geotagging of trees

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Area Based Development - Housing
Provide 4760 Houses in 21 Slums
benefiting the BPL / EWS
families under Housing for All
scheme

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Area Based Development – Identity & Culture
Protect Identity & Culture by
developing Convention Centre
(Godavari Kalakshetram) in
3.5acres

Rs.15.00 Cr grant from GOI .

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Area Based Development – IT Connectivity

• 100% IT Connectivity
• 28 Towers identified by BSNL

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Area Based Development - Energy
•5.2 lakh sft rooftop solar on
Government buildings

•11.28 lakhs sft rooftop solar on


188apartments on PPPP
mechanism

•11.38% of energy from RE


Sources
• 8.92% from Solar
• 2.46% from WtE
•Conversion of domestic and
institutional lighting to LED.

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Area Based Development – Transport & Mobility
Smart Pedestrian Facilities & NMT Facilities
• Footpaths - 84km
• Cycle Tracks – 50km
• Pedestrian Only Streets – 4 Streets

Smart Public Transport Proposals


• Prioritising of city bus routes & phased expansion of
bus fleet.
• Smart Bus Shelters (20No) with Smart E-Toilets.
• E-Rickshaws

Smart Public Bicycle Sharing System


• Bicycle Stations at Bus Stops, Bus Terminal and Rail
Terminal

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Area Based Development – Transport & Mobility
Smart Traffic Management
• Intelligent Signalization/ Area Traffic Controls
• 50 CCTV cameras & 14 PTZ cameras
• Smart data integration of Traffic Control Center
• Junction Improvements (Major -10Nos & Other – 70Nos)

Smart Parking
• Multi-Level Parking at Santha Cheruvu and Off-
street parking at Mc Lauren School.
• On-Street Parking Management at all major
corridors - Limited on-street parking based on
duration/ cost & Smart Parking meter control
Redevelopment of RTC Complex on PPP
• Development of 8.5 acres RTC Complex with
modern facilities

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Area Based Development – Transport & Mobility
RoBs, Bridges and Roads
Sanctioned by R&B
Pratap Nagar Bridge Widening
• Construction of bridge on East
Yeleru drain @ Indrapalem
Widening of Ramya Hospital road
• New ROB @ Kondayyapalem New ROB at Kondayyapalem

To be sanctioned by R&B
• Approach road to NRT bridge for
New bridge at Indrapalem
temple street
• New ROB @ Port area – Creek
Proposed under Smart city
• Pratapnagar Bridge widening
Approach Road to NRT Bridge
• Widening of Ramya Hospital road New ROB on creek

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Area Based Development – Water Supply
Ensure 24X7 water supply meeting IS 10500 standards

• Installation of advanced type of


Automated Meter Reading – 22500

• Provision of SCADA system which will


enable better control and monitoring
of water supply system.
• Introduction of Smart billing and
collection system.
• 24x7 water supply scheme under
APMDP with world bank assistance of
Rs. 186 Cr. (70% completed)

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Area Based Development – WW & Sanitation
100% compliance with SBM guidelines wrt Sanitation
OD Free City
Treatment and recycling of treated wastewater

• Sanitation
• Construct 508 Individual toilets
to cover 100% HHs with IHTs

• Wastewater
• 140km sewer network including
outfalls
• Decentralized STP to
treat13MLD sewage.

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Area Based Development – Waste Management
100% compliance with MSW Rules 2000
Recycling of 5MT of waste everyday
Clean and Healthy Kakinada
Create 100+ Jobs
• Collection & Transportation
• 64 e-Tricycles

• 217 HDPE Bins(1100 litres)

• 6 Compactors

• 6 Sweeping Machines

• Other Equipment & PPE

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Area Based Development – Storm Water
Control inundation
Flood / Storm water management

• Construction of 254km Storm water drainage network in


1375 acres area

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Area Based Development – UG Services
Ensure Power and Gas supply during natural calamities
Smart billing – transparency and efficiency

• Underground Wiring
• Underground electric wiring of 1375 acres area
• Construction of sub-stations and installation of
smart meters
• DPR under IPDS has already been prepared
and submitted for approval

• Piped Natural Gas (PNG)


• Underground piped natural gas supply to all
the household and commercial establishments
through Bhagyanagar Gas
• 100% coverage in 5 years period.

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Area Based Development - Safety

• 1241 CCTV cameras


• 24X7 Surveillance through command centre

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Area Based Development – Water Front Dev.
•Rejuvenation of 3.74km canal
•Protection from pollution &
encroachment
•Promote tourism & health

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Area Based Development – Water Front Dev.

Canal Resort Food Court

Interior View of Waterfront Mall Water Sport


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Area Based Development – Cost
Development of Piped gas network Identity &culture Economy& Employment
commercial canal Rs.14.00Cr, (0.75%). Rs.30.46 Cr. (1.6%), Rs.107.66 Cr, (5.7%).
Rs.92.00 Cr, (4.93%).

Health Rs. 50.50 Cr, (2.7%).


Education Rs.11.20 Cr, (0.60%).
Open Spaces
Rs.17.80Cr,
(0.95%)

Storm water drainage


Safety Rs. 307.03 Cr, (16.45%)
Rs.5.58 Cr, (0.30%).

waste management Housing Rs.228.48 Cr, (12.24%).


Rs.43.11 Cr (2.31%).
Sanitation Rs. 0.76 Cr, (0.04%).
Underground wiring
Rs.96.80 Cr, (5.19%).

Transport and Mobility


Energy Efficiency Rs.370.51 Cr, (19.86%).
Rs. 38.02 Cr, (2.04%).
Water supply & Quality
Rs.30.11 Cr, (1.61%).
Waste water management
Rs. 264.81 Cr, (14.19%).

Energy Source
Rs. 152.80 Cr,
(8.19%).
IT Connectivity
Rs.4.40 Cr, (0.24%).
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Area Based Development – Convergence
S.No. Feature Total Cost (Rs.Cr) Convergence

GoI (Tagore Cultural Complex Scheme): Rs.15.00Cr


1 Identity &Culture 30.46
GoAP (Dept. of Language and Culture): Rs.15.46Cr
GoI (NFDB) : Rs.13.66Cr
PPP: Rs.57.00Cr
2 Economy& Employment 107.66
Smart Cities: Rs.32.51Cr
Beneficiaries: Rs.4.48Cr
GoI (Ministry of Labour) : Rs.50.00Cr
3 Health 50.50
Smart Cities: Rs.0.50Cr
KMC: Rs.0.25Cr
4 Education 11.20 CSR: Rs.0.50Cr
Smart Cities: Rs.10.40Cr
AMRUT: Rs.3.00Cr
5 Open Spaces 17.80 KMC: Rs.0.48Cr
Smart Cities: Rs.14.32Cr
GoI (Housing For All) : Rs.71.40Cr
6 Housing 228.48 GoAP: Rs.47.60Cr
Beneficiaries: Rs.109.48Cr
GoI (AMRUT) : Rs.29.71Cr
GoAP: Rs.171.75Cr
7 Transport and Mobility 370.51
PPP: Rs.46.50Cr
Smart Cities: Rs.122.55Cr
8 IT Connectivity 4.40 Smart Cities: Rs.4.40Cr

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Area Based Development – Convergence
S.No. Feature Total Cost (Rs.Cr) Convergence
GoI (MNRE) : Rs.12.00Cr
9 Energy Source 152.80 PPPP: Rs.56.40Cr
Smart Cities: Rs.84.40Cr
GoI (AMRUT) : Rs.52.90Cr
10 Waste Water Management 264.81
Smart Cities: Rs.211.85Cr
11 Water Supply & Quality 30.11 Smart Cities: Rs.30.11Cr
GoI (BEE/EESL) : Rs.19.01Cr
12 Energy Efficiency 38.02
Smart Cities: Rs.19.01Cr
GoI (IPDS) : Rs.30.48Cr
13 Under Ground Wiring 96.80 GoAP (IPDS) : Rs.5.08Cr
Smart Cities: Rs.61.23Cr
14 Sanitation 0.76 GoI (SBM) : Rs.0.76Cr
GoI (SBM & MNRE) : Rs.12.22Cr
15 Waste Management 43.11
Smart Cities: Rs.30.88Cr
16 Safety 5.58 Smart Cities: Rs.5.58Cr
GoI (AMRUT): Rs.30.07Cr
17 Storm Water Drainage 307.03
Smart Cities: Rs.276.30Cr
GoAP (APTDC) : Rs.5.00Cr
18 Water Front Development 92.00 CSR: Rs.2.00Cr
Smart Cities: Rs.85.00Cr
19 Piped Gas Network 14.00 PPP: Rs.14.00Cr

Total Cost: Rs.1866.11 46


PAN CITY
PROPOSALS
CONVERGENCE

1. ICT Based MSW Management


2. ICT Based Urban Management

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1.ICT based MSW Management

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1.ICT based MSW Management..
 ICT based Integrated MSW
 Cluster level online weighment
 Biometric attendance of field staff
 RFID and geo fencing of each bin
 CCTV surveillance of each bin
 GPS tracking of vehicles
 Real time monitoring of bins and
vehicles
 Dedicated Mobile App and Website
 Interactions with Citizen through
Facebook
 Customer Care and Compliant
Redressal System
 Comprehensive and deviation
report generation

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1.ICT based Urban Management
Intelligent Urban Management based on the concept of Internet of Things (IoT)

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1.ICT based Urban Management
Intelligent Urban Management based on the concept of Internet of Things (IoT)

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2.ICT based Urban Management..
Weather
Emergency Disaster Mngmt
Traffic Violations
Police
Crime
Health
Cleanliness
Sanitation
Stray Animals

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2.ICT based Urban Management
Each service is a system and entire urban management is system of systems
integrated together and overseen by command and control area

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Pan City Proposals - Cost

Smart Initiative Project Cost


(Rs. Cr.)

ICT Based intelligent Urban services 126.00

ICT initiatives in Municipal Solid Waste 0.92

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Financial Outlay
S.No. Method of Finance Rs.Cr
1 Total Project Cost 1993.03
GOI- Other Schemes (AMRUT, Housing for all, SBM,
À 340.93
Fisheries, Labour Ministry, MNRE, BEE/EESL)
B GoAP-Other Dept. (Tourism, R&B, culture, Energy etc.) 244.90
A KMC-own funding 0.73
C Beneficiaries (Housing) 113.96
D Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) 2.50
E PPPP + PPP (Commercially viable projects) 173.90
2 Balance 1116.12
I Smart city Mission-GOI 488.00
II Smart City Mission-GoAP 488.00
III Debt 140.12

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Special Purpose Vehicle: Need & Functions
Need: Mandated as per the Smart City Guidelines

Functions:
• to Approve, sanction, execute Smart City Projects in compliance with
MoUD Guidelines,
• Mobilize resources within timelines include non-traditional sources of
municipal finance
• Monitor and ensure timely completion of projects, Coordination with
other mission / schemes and activities of various ministries,
• Explore PPP options for project implementation and service delivery
for implementation of Smart City Proposals,
• Enter into contracts for execution and operation and maintenance
• Determine and collect user charges as authorized by ULB. SPV for
better efficiency

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Special Purpose Vehicle: Structure
Structure
A public limited company under companies act 2013

Initial Board of Directors:


• Representative of Central Government ( as approved by MoUD)
• Representative of State Government
• District Collector / Kakinada - Chairperson
• Municipal Commissioner/ Kakinada
• Independent Director (as approved by Ministry of Company Affairs)
• CEO of SPV

Paid up capital :
Rs.200 Crore (Rs.100 Crore by GoAP and Rs.100 Crore by KMC (Smart
city mission money shall be used as contribution by KMC)

Management :
CEO shall be managing the company as directed by the Board

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Financial Sustainability Action Plan
• KMC is a debt-free self-sustain municipal Corporation of AP

• Action plan for Financial Self-Sustainability:

• Action Plan 1: Steps to be taken to collect the old receivables


• To collect the Rs.35 Cr receivables including Rs.19 Cr demands

• Action 2: Increase the property tax


• KMC has not increased the property taxes from last 15 years
• Revision of Property Tax (additional revenue of Rs. 41.34 Cr in
next five years)

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Financial Sustainability Action Plan

• Action Plan 3: Increase in rate of user charges


• Water Supply
• Increase in collection performance from 60 % to higher
especially from Government Buildings
• Door to Door Collection:
• 30 Rs/month from households, 50 Rs/month from Commercial
establishments and Rs. 500/month from bulk users (Rs.0.61
cr in 2016-17 and Rs. 1.4 Cr in 2020-21)
• Wastewater:
• One time Connection Charges (Rs. 19 Crore)
• Connection Charges Rs.5000 to Rs.10000 from
households and commercial establishments
• User Charges (Rs.0.17Cr in 2018-19 to Rs.0.60Cr in 2020-21)
• Rs. 15 per month from BPL
• Rs. 50 per month from Non-BPL

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Financial Sustainability Action Plan
• Action Plan 4: Revenue from PPP and Other Projects
• The PPP projects (Mall & Multiplex, Hotel & Convention Centre,
Creek development, Ship yard, bus terminal etc.)

• Action Plan 5: Debt Servicing


• As on 31.3.2015, there is no debt in the books of the Corporation.
The corporation can leverage on it future surpluses to provide
enhance coverage of civic services.

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THANK YOU

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2.ICT based Urban Management

Cost Savings Improved Asset Utilisation

ICT based Urban


Management

Efficient & Transparent


Improved Productivity
Process

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Special Purpose Vehicle: Structure

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Financial Sustainability Action Plan (Rs. Lakhs)
Financial Year Ending 31st March ------> 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025
Year Counter 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Profit & Loss Account Rs Lakhs Yr1 Yr2 Yr3 Yr4 Yr5 Yr6 Yr7 Yr8 Yr9

Revenues 61 163 1,613 1,817 1,885 1,263 1,416 1,435 1,449


revenue support from KMC 2 94 569 625 754 1,507 1,392 1,414 1,440
Total revenues 62 256 2,182 2,442 2,638 2,769 2,808 2,849 2,889
O & M Charges 62 256 432 692 888 1,019 1,058 1,099 1,139
Debt servicing 0 1750 1750 1750 1750 1750 1750 1750
Total expenditure 62 256 2,182 2,442 2,638 2,769 2,808 2,849 2,889

1 2022 2023Ending 31st


Financial Year 2024March ------>
2025 2026
2017 2027
2018 2028
2019 2029
2020 2030
2021 2031
2022 2023 2024 2025
5 6 Counter 7
Year 8 9 10 1 112 123 134 145 156 7 8 9
Yr6 Profit & Loss
Yr7 AccountYr8 Rs Yr9
Lakhs Yr10
Yr1 Yr11
Yr2 Yr12
Yr3 Yr13
Yr4 Yr14 Yr5 Yr15 Yr6 Yr7 Yr8 Yr9

5 1,263
Revenues 1,416 1,435 1,449 1,62161 1,636
163 1,651
1,613 1,848
1,817 1,865
1,885 1,882
1,263 1,416 1,435 1,449
4 1,507 support
revenue 1,392
from KMC1,414 1,440 1,309 2 1,33794 1,365
569 1,212
625 1,241
754 (132)
1,507 1,392 1,414 1,440
8 2,769
Total revenues2,808 2,849 2,889 2,93062 2,973
256 3,016
2,182 3,060
2,442 3,106
2,638 1,750
2,769 2,808 2,849 2,889
8 O1,019
& M Charges1,058 1,099 1,139 1,18062 1,223
256 1,266
432 1,310
692 1,356
888 -
1,019 1,058 1,099 1,139
0 1750 1750
Debt servicing 1750 1750 1750 17500 1750
1750 1750
1750 1750
1750 1750
1750 1750 1750 1750
8 2,769
Total 2,808
expenditure 2,849 2,889 2,93062 2,973
256 3,016
2,182 3,060
2,442 3,106
2,638 1,750
2,769 2,808 2,849 2,889

Total Revenue: Rs.21,603 Lakhs


Total O&M: Rs.12,982 Lakhs
Debt Servicing: Rs.22,750 Lakhs
Revenue Support from KMC: Rs.14129 Lakhs

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