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Unformatted text preview: DEVELOPMENT OF MEERUT AS; “POSITIVE URBAN MAGNET – WITH ACTIVITIES TO ATTRACT SOCIO ECONOMIC INPUTS FROM CENTRAL, STATE GOVT; NCR & NCTD” TO MAKE A STRONG ECONOMIC BASE FOR SURROUNDING AREAS INC. DELHI COMPLETE WITH PHYSICAL, TRAFFIC & TRANSPORTATION, SOCIO‐ECONOMIC, ECOLOGICAL, EMERGENCY & CHARACTER INFRASTRUCTURE. TO MAKE IT UNDER PPP 1 Visit us at www.rgplan.org 2 Visit us at www.rgplan.org CONTENTS: MEERUT MASTER PLAN ‐2021 AD 1. NAMES OF VARIOUS POLICIES & DERIVATIONS 2. REGIONAL PLAN OF NCR (IN VARIOUS APPENDICES) MAP OF SOUTH MEERUT 3. LOCATION 2 4 6 7 8 a. RURAL VILLAGES b. URBAN VILLAGES c. NAMES OF COLONIES 4. 5. EXISTING AND PROPOSED LAND USE IN THIS COMPLEX (17 MAIN POINTS AND 91 SUB‐POINTS) NEW THEORIES 11 15 5.1 LAND USE THEORY 15 5.2 THEORY OF REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING 17 5.3 LAND POLICY 18 5.3.1 The first Land Policy 18 5.3.2 New Proposed Policy 19 5.3.3 Division of functions IN Public & Private Sector 20 5.3.4 Acquisition / Assembling of Land (PPP) 22 5.4 HOUSING POLICY 24 5.5 ECONOMIC POLICY 24 5.6 FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI) & GUIDELINES 25 5.7 NATIONAL HOUSING AND HABITATE POLICY‐1998 26 6. SYSTEM OF PREPARATION OF PLANS 27 (PLANS TO BE PREPARED BY MDA & BY ADVISOR MDA) 7. POINTS ABOUT PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT 29 8. PRINCIPLES IN LOCATING NEW LAND USES 30 9 PROVISIONS OF INFRASTRUCTURES 31 9.1 PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE 31 9.2 SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE ‐ PLANNING NORMS & STANDARDS 31 10. SEZ (SPECIFIC ECONOMIC ZONE) 33 3 Visit us at www.rgplan.org 1. NAMES OF VARIOUS POLICIES & DERIVATIONS (Details have been given in various Appendices) 1.1 Land Policy ‐ Completely a new outlook (Details have been given in the next part ) 1.2 Financial Policy – Funds partly from Central Govt.; State Govt.; NCRPB; MDA & Beneficiaries (In the Report of Industrial Development) 1.3 Land Useas proposed in the Master Plan of Meerut (Appendix no. ‐‐‐‐‐) 1.4 UP Urban Planning & Development(Amendment) Bill, 2008
(Appendix no. ‐‐‐‐) 1.5 Urban Housing Policy (Appendix no. ‐‐‐‐) 1.6 Development of Hi‐Tech Township Policy, 2007 (Appendix no. ‐‐‐‐) 1.7 UP Water Policy (Appendix no. ‐‐‐‐) 1.8 UP Export Policy (Appendix no. ‐‐‐‐) 1.9 UP IT Policy, 2004 (Appendix no. ‐‐‐‐) 1.10 Major Historic Decision for up‐liftment of SC/ST, 2007 (Appendix no. ‐‐‐‐) 1.11 SEZ – Special / Specific Economic Zone (Appendix no. ‐‐‐‐) (i) SEZ Act, 2005; (ii) Problems of SEZs & Land Acquisition; (iii) 65 SEZs in UP as on 5‐6‐2008; (iv) Indian Textile & Clothing (2006); (v) Special Economic Zone in India 1.12 Modified Zoning Regulations (Appendix no. ‐‐‐‐) 1.13 Change of land use laws to prevent spread of slums (In the Report of Industrial Development) 1.14 Promote sports to foster area pride including NCR & 4 Visit us at www.rgplan.org State (In the Report of Industrial Development) 1.15 Public Sector needs to make way for private sector (In the Report of Industrial Development) 1.16 Private sector must use resources to deal with poor (In the Report of Industrial Development) 1.17 To control diseases & to improve public health with PPP (In the Report of Industrial Development) 1.18 Metro revolution can help to tackle city congestion (In the Report of Traffic & Transportation) 1.19 To keep Ecological balance at all cost (This would be taken care while preparing Master Plan & Zonal Plan) 1.20 Last, but not the least to give first priority for Public Security & Public Safety with the help of E. System (This would be taken care while preparing Master Plan & Zonal Plan) 5 Visit us at www.rgplan.org 2. REGIONAL PLANS OF NCR (IN VARIOUS APPENDICES) 2.1 Physiography & Slope 2.2 Lithology 2.3 Geographic Units 2.4 Ground Water Prospects 2.5 Land Use 1999 2.6 Policy Zones 2.7 Existing Settlement Pattern 2001 2.8 Existing Transport Network(Roads)2002 2.9 Proposed Settlement Pattern 2021 2.10 Proposed Transport Network (Rail) 2021 2.11 Ground Water Rechargeable Areas 2.12 Status of Ground Water Availability 2.13 Seismo Techtonic Features 2.14 Proposed Land Use 2021 2.15 Counter Magnet Towns 2.16 Effects of Ganga Expressway 2.17 Effects of Taj Expressway 2.18 Effects of dedicated rail freight corridor 2.19 Effects of Meerut Expressway 6 Visit us at www.rgplan.org MAP OF SOUTH MEERUT 7 Visit us at www.rgplan.org 3. LOCATION: THE COMPLEX OF ABOUT 4000 HECTARE WITH 32 RURAL VILLAGES; 21 URBAN VILLAGES, & 51 COLONIES I.E. A TOTAL OF 104 SETTLEMENTS; BOUNDED BY – 1. Baghpat Road of 76 M ROW from the junction with Existing Meerut‐ Bypass up to Ring Road; in the North 2. Hapur Road in the East 3. Outer Ring Road of 100 M ROW from the junction with Hapur Road up to Delhi‐Meerut Road / NH‐58 of 75 ROW in the South 4. Existing Delhi – Meerut Bypass of 76 M ROW in the West Note: MDA is requested to mark boundaries of all the settlements names given under with their areas & population. If more number of settlements are there then details of those be also given. The complex has following settlements : (a) Rural Village : 32 in Nos. (1) Jani Khurd, (2) Sani Buzarg, (3) Bafar, (4) Panchli Khurd, (5) Ghaat, (6) Kalanzari, (7) Poothri, (8) Sohrakha (9) Mehrolli, (10) Aznoli, (11) Tidhla, (12) Uplehra, (13) Dimoli, (14) Azmalpur i.e Chhazupur, (15) Ekla, (16) Mohinuddinpur, (17) Daulatpur Farkhabad i.e Kayastha Gawdi, (18) Bahudurpur, (19) Solana, (20) Achhronda (21) Ithara, (22) Nagla Paatu, 8 Visit us at www.rgplan.org (23) Khera Balram Pur, (24) Khanpur, (25) Khandawali, (26) Dhanota, (27) Bhagwanpur, (28) Yusufabad, (29) Rukunuddinpur i.e Fafunda, (30) Salimpur, (31) Dhikoli, (32) Narhara (b) Urban Villages : 21 in Nos. (1) Dungrawali (2)Baral Partapur (3) Jurranpur (4) Aminagar or Bhood Baral (5) Tatina Sani (6) Gagol (7) Mohammadpur Gummi (8) Kanchanpur (9) Chopla (10) Rithani (11) Nagla Sher Khan (12) Lisari (13) Noor Nagar (14) Hafizabad (15)Mevla (16) Mohkumpur (17) Maliyana (18) Kunda (19) Sundra i.e Pootha (20) Kanshi (21) Narhara (c) Names of Colonies (51 c0lonies) 1. From outer Ring Road to Baghpat By Pass crossing (via Delhi By Pass road) (1) Sushant City (Ansal Colony); (2) Ved Vyas Puri (MDA Colony); (3) Green Wood City 2. From Outer Ring Road to Baghpat by pass Crossing (via village zaani) – Nil 3. From Baghpat By Pass Crossing to Metro Plaza (4) Rishi Nagar, (5) Ganga Colony, (6) Multan Nagar, (7) Dev Park, (8) Maliyana, (9) Naval Vihar, (10) Gulmohar Park, (11) Kalinidi Kunj, (12) Basant Kunj, (13) Gupta Colony, (14) Kamla Nagar, (15) Dashmesh Nagar, (16) Shambhu Nagar 4. From Outer Ring Road to Metro Plaza (Via inner Delhi Road) (17) Parta Pur – Industrial area (MDA), (18) Udyog Puram Industrial Area (UPSID), (19) Partapur Industrial Estate (Partapur), (20) Rajkamal Enclave, (21) Mohakampur Industrial Area (phase I), (22) Mohakampur Industrial 9 Visit us at www.rgplan.org Area (phase II), (23) Mohakampur Industrial Enclave, (24) Mohakampur Sports Complex, (25) Mangatpuram, (26) Dhyanchand Nagar, (27) Surya Palace, (28) Tejpal Singh Enclave, (29) Saipuram Industrial Area, (30) Saraswati Lok, (31) Gardenia Era Colony, (32) Madhav Puram 5. From Metro Plaza to old Hapur Stand (33) Kishan puri, (34) Baghpat Gate, (35) Braham Puri, (36) Bhagwat pura, (37) Hari Nagar, (38) Lisari Gate, (39) Prahlad Nagar, (40) Gola kua 6. From old Hapur Stand to Hapur Road Outer Ring Road (41) Bank Colony, (42) Bhawani Nagar, (43) Huhav Nagar, (44) Shastri Nagar, (45) Lohiya Nagar 7. From Hapur Road to Inner Delhi Road (Bijali Bamba By Pass Road) (46) PGS Colony, (47) South Enclave, (48) Surya Enclave, (49) Shyam Vatika, (50) Super Tac Green Village, (51) Kumar Green Enclave 10 Visit us at www.rgplan.org 4. LAND USE & REVISED DENSITY; GC; & FAR 4.1 EXISTING & PROPOSED LAND USE IN THIS COMPLEX (17 main points & 91 sub‐points) 1. Residential / Settlements ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐35‐45% 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 Rural villages in terms of Growth Centers, Growth Points and Basic villages Urban villages Special Areas (generally prior to 1947) Unauthorized Colonies Unauthorized Regularized Colonies Residential Areas of medium density from 300‐450 pph Residential Area of low density from 250‐300 pph Housing for EWS Govt. employees housing 2. Commercial ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐4‐5% (2+3+4) 2.1Higher value Commercial centers 2.1.1 Malls 2.1.2 Hotels 2.1.3 Central Business District & District Center 2.2Neighbourhood centers 2.2.1 Community Shopping centers 2.2.2 Mix Commercial use 2.2.3 Local Shopping centers 2.2.4 Convenience Shopping centers 2.3Informal Commercial 2.3.1 Weekly markets 2.3.2 Fruit & Vegetable stalls 2.3.3 Footpath shops 2.3.4 Rehdiwalas 2.3.5 Small shops near Public and semi public use and offices 11 Visit us at www.rgplan.org 3. Wholesale Market 3.1Fruit & vegetable market 3.2Grain market 3.3Other products 4. Warehousing 4.1Along railway siding 4.2Other places 5. Industrial use ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐15‐20% (5+6) 5.1Household and very light industries 5.2Hi‐tech Industries in planned industrial areas 5.3Extensive industries 5.4Unauthorized industrial colony 5.5IT park 5.6Science & technology park 6. SEZ (Special Economic Zone) 6.1SEZ textile 6.2SEZ sports 7. Offices ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐1% 7.1Central Govt. 7.2State Govt. 7.3 Local Govt. 8. Public & Semi‐public facilities‐‐‐‐‐‐‐8‐12% (8+9+10) 8.1Health; hospitals; dispensary; clinic; primary health center etc 8.2Education; university ; collage; senior secondary school; primary school 8.3Security; police lines; police headquarters; police station; police post 8.4Safety ; fire station; fire post 8.5Justice; courts; district courts 8.6Jail 8.7Religious buildings 8.8Burial grounds, cremation grounds & cemetery 12 Visit us at www.rgplan.org 9. Convention center –To bring integration in educational institutions/field. 10. Historical Places & Archeological Monuments 11. Focal points (Existing & Proposed) 11.1
11.4 Museums Safari Park Botanical Garden Water front, River front & other water bodies 12. Traffic & Transportation ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐12‐15% 12.1
Roads 12.1.1 Main Roads; National Highways; State Highways; Other Master plan roads 12.1.2 ROB, RUB, Clover Leaf, Tunnels & elevated roads 12.1.3 Bus Terminals, Workshops, Bus queue shelter 12.2
Railways 12.2.1 Regional Railways 12.2.2 Shuttles 12.2.3 Metro 12.2.4 Mono 12.2.5 Railway Stations along with facilities 12.3
Air strips / Helipads 12.4
Transport Nagar 12.5
Major Parking Areas 13. Ecological Balance‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐10‐15% 13.1
13.5 (13+14) To stop and control water pollution To stop and control air pollution To stop and control noise pollution To stop and control soil pollution Forest 13 Visit us at www.rgplan.org 13.6
13.8 Large Parks, Playground & Open spaces Green Verge/Agriculture Green Belt Agriculture Areas outside the Urban limits 14. Stadium & Sports centre of State level 14.1
14.3 Central Govt. level State Govt. level Local Govt. level 15. Utilities & Services 1 ‐ 2 % 15.1
Main water lines & Water Treatment Plant 1.1Main sewer line & sewage disposal plant 1.2Landfill sites 1.3Drainage of different sizes 1.4Main power lines along with system of generation, transmission and distribution 1.5Gas lines 16 Phasing of the Plan 16.1 2006‐2011 16.2 2011‐2016 16.3 2016‐2021 17. Effects of regional level developments 17.1 Ganga Express way 17.2 Taz Express 17.3 Dedicated track corridor 17.4 Meerut Express way 17.5 Pheripheral Express way 17.6 Outer Ring Road Of Meerut NOTE : EXISTING & PROPOSED LAND USE HAVE TO BE CALCULATED OF ALL THE MAIN & SUBSIDIARY CATEGORIES 14 Visit us at www.rgplan.org 4.2 REVISED DENSITY, GROUND COVERAGE & FAR1
Fixation of Population Density
1. Area of Plot (in sqmt)
Up to 50 No. of permissible units
4. 50 to 200
200 to 300
300 to 500 2
4 Net residential density proposed for plotted development & Group Housing Society.
Group Housing Present Standard
(man per hectare)
Maximum 600 Proposed Amendment
(man per hectare) Maximum 750
(150 units per hectare) 30% growth (maximum
(200 units per hectare) 30% growth
(maximum 750) Proposed amendment as per ‘National Building Code’
No. Land Use & Level Maximum
Proposed Maximum FAR
Present Proposed 65
1.50 2.00 60 50 1.20 Bazaar street 60 50 1.20 50 40 1.50 (d) Neighborhood / Sector
Zonal Shopping Centre 40 35 1.50 (e) City Centre 30 30 2.00 1.
Group Housing 65
Convenience shopping (b)
These are under modifications / changes
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No. Land Use & Level Maximum
Proposed Maximum FAR
Present Proposed 1.20
fixed 1.00 Not
fixed 1.20 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.50
Up to 3 star 40 40 (b) 5 star and above 30 30 2.3
(a) Wholesale Commercial
Grain Market 35 35 (b) Fruit & Vegetable Mandi 40 40 (c) Other Wholesale
Profession 60 50 2.4
Godown 40 40 (b) Building Construction
Material Yard 30 30 3.
Govt. & Semi-Govt.
Professional / Commercial
Flatted Factories 50 50 4.2 Small & Light Industries 80 60 1.00
5.1 40 0.60 0.60 10 0.15 0.15 6.
(b) Heavy Industries
Petrol Pump / Service
Garage, Repair, Shop etc.
Public & Semi-public Convenience
35 0.80 0.80 (c) High School/Inter College 35 35 (d) Degree College 35 35 (e) Technical / Management
Clinic / Dispensary 35 35 0.60
2.00 35 40 1.50 1.60 6.2
1.50 0.60 16 Visit us at www.rgplan.org S.
(b) Land Use & Level (c) Nursing Home (up to 50
Hospital (50 to 100 beds) (d) Hospital (above 100 beds) 6.3
(a) Other uses
Community Centre, Barat
Ghar, Religious Premises
Other institutions (b)
7. Utilities & Services
Open ground (Except Park
& Play Ground) Maximum
35 Maximum FAR
2.50 35 30 35 30 1.50
1.50 35 40 1.60 1.60 35 30 1.50 2.00 10
0.025 THE FOLLOWING LIMIT WILL PERMIT FOR PURCHASABLE FAR FOR LAND
USE OF GROUP HOUSING, COMMERCIAL, OFFICES, PUBLIC & SEMI-PUBLIC /
New / undeveloped area Purchasable FAR 20% of basic FAR
33% of basic FAR
50% of basic FAR
(But maximum 4.0 FAR with basic FAR) The permitted limit of proposed purchasable FAR multiplied as under:
4. Land Use
Public & Semi-public / Community facilities Multiplied by
0.20 17 Visit us at www.rgplan.org
5. LANDUSE THEORY & LAND POLICY 5.1 Land Use Theory The Theory is started from the Regional Level (NCR level); passes through NCTD; Meerut City & Zonal Plans of Meerut and detailed plans of various land uses, including plans of Growth centers, Growth Points and Basic villages. There are 5 basic element given below & 10 disciplines to act upon with the element 18 Visit us at www.rgplan.org MAN 10. REGIONAL PLANNING 9. CITY PLANNING 7. ART & ARCHITECTURE 6. TECHNOLOGY 3 STRUCTUR 2 SOCIETY 1 NATURE 3. SOCIOLOGY 2. ECONOMICS 5. PLANNING LEGISLATION 1. GEOGRAPHY 4. POLITICAL SCIENCE 8. NEIGHBOURHOOD PLANNING 4 NETWORK 5 5x10 = 50 NODES Each of the 50 nodes i.e 1.) Man with geography 2.) Man with Economics ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐
41.)Networks with Geography‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐
50.) Networks with relation to Regional Planning; all are important & therefore should be studied while planning the area 19 Visit us at www.rgplan.org 5.2 THEORY OF REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING POLICY ZONES (8) AT POLICY LEVEL BY STATE & NCR ‐PB (COMPONENTS) AT SUB REGION LEVEL FINAL OUTPUT AT EACH METRO, REGIONAL, SUB REGIONAL, SERVICE CENTRES 1. DEMOGRAPHY 2. LAND USE & LAND POLICY 1. ECONOMIC PROFILE 2. SETTLEMENT PLANNING 8. INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT 8.1 PHYSICAL •
• Roads Railways Airways Parking •
• Shelter Education Health Electronic Security Safety Justice Recreation • 3. COUNTER MAGNETS Water, Sewerage Power Solid Waste Management Telecommunication •
• 3. ENVIRONMENT & ECOLOGY To stop & control Air‐Water, Noise & Soil Pollution 4. FINANCIAL POLICY 5. NEW PLANNING INSTRUMENTS 6. MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE 4. RURAL DEVELOPMENT 5. LARGE MEGA PROJECTS 1. PHYSICAL OUTPUTS 8.2 2. FINANCIAL OUTPUTS TRAFFIC & TRANSPORTATION 8.3 6. RIVER FRONTS SOCIAL 3. CONTROL OF SUBSTANDARD
AREA REACTION 7. STRATEGIES & PRIORITIES 8.4 ECOLOGICAL 8. LEGAL FRAME WORK 7. RIDGE & FOREST 8.5 EMERGENCY INFRASTRUCTURE •
• Earthquake Heavy Floods 4. PUBLIC RELATION In any comprehensive planning, 8 policy zones are there : 1.) Demography 2) Land use & Land Policy 3.) Environment & Ecology 4.) Financial Policy 5.) New Planning Instruments 6.) Management Structure 7.)Strategies & Priorities 8.) Legal Framework . 20 Visit us at www.rgplan.org These are at National/Regional Level & pass through 8 components: 1.) Economic Profile 2.) Settlement Planning 3.) Counter Magnets 4.) Rural
Development 5.) Large Mega Projects 6.) River Fronts 7.) Ridge & Forest 8.) Infrastructure Development ultimately final output is seen in 4 components namely: 1.) Physical outputs 2.) Financial Outputs 3.) Control of substandard area 4.) Public Relation 5.3 LAND POLICY: 5.3.1; The first Land Policy: 1. The 1st land policy was approved by the Ministry of Urban Development in 1961 under the caption “Basic policy on Large Scale acquisition, development & disposal of land” “Control of land value in the urban areas of Delhi; acquisition, development and disposal of land” ‐1961. In this D.D.A, acquired 40,000 hect. of land, developed/constructed more than 12 lakhs residential spaces, many thousands commercial spaces, industrial areas and institutional areas. This is good example of planned development in the World. 21 Visit us at www.rgplan.org Up to 1990s policies got many minus points, which are as under: a.
c. d. 614 unauthorized colonies up to 1984; 1600 unauthorized colonies till today. Many areas were encroached upon by the Jhuggi dwellers. Commercial use planning & development was negligible and therefore, lacs of unauthorized establishments came along roads. This has created problems of parking, circulation system and improper environment. 2. In 1981 Haryana adopted a New Land Policy under Public Private Partnership and developed Gurgaon. 3. By now many other land policies have into come into existence like in Haryana, Gujarat, other states and in South‐East Asian countries. 5.3. 2 NEW PROPOSED POLICY 1. Factors which are directly involved i. Land Use Planning ii. Regulatory Measures like Zoning Regulations iii. Fiscal Policy for different items: a. EWS Housing b. Land for Social infrastructure 22 Visit us at www.rgplan.org c. d. Land for Physical infrastructure Land for Recreational use etc. iv. Land development by Public or by Private or under Joint Venture v. 2. Land acquisition; Assembling, Adjustment, Re‐
planning & Re‐allotment etc. Factors which are Indirectly involved : i. Transparencies to the Public At Large with the help of Websites. ii. Superimposition of Khasra No. on Physical Surveys iii. To invite the Public to come forward for use of land according to guidelines given from time to time. iv. Coordination between various Institutions 5.3.3. 1. Division of Functions Public & Private Sector Public Sector would: (i) Coordinate, (ii) Integrate, (iii) Evaluate, (iv) Monitor of (a) Planning (physical & financial); (b) Development; (c) Construction; (d) Management & (e) Maintenance. Trunk Infrastructure both by Public & Private Sector i.
ii. 40% from Central Govt. 30% from State Govt. & NCR‐PB and MDA 23 Visit us at www.rgplan.org iii. 30% from beneficiaries Trunk Infrastructure include all major roads, Metro, Water lines, Sewer lines, Storm Water Drainage, Power, SWM, Land Fill sites. 2. Private Sector i. Formation of Cooperative Societies ii. Physical & Socio‐Economic Surveys iii. Website to bring transparency iv. Acquisition & assembling of land but in collaboration with Public Sector v. Detailed planning: vi. Laying of peripheral & internal infrastructure vii. Construction of common & individual buildings viii. Management & maintenance of common spaces, External elevations & Parking areas with Street Furniture ix. Management & maintenance of individual buildings x. Proper functioning of car parking areas xi. Collection of maintenance charges xii. Interaction with the Public Sector xiii. Coordination of all the actors 24 Visit us at www.rgplan.org 5.3.4. Acquisition / Assembling of land (PPP ) Step 1: Entire area under section 4, 6 & 17 Put the entire area under section 4,6,&17of L.A. Act minus the area covered by all Rural villages, Urban villages, Colonies, Gaon Sabha & Govt. Land and land of Cooperative Societies. Step 2: Physical Surveys In the scale of Revenue Sajra by plans by superimposing khasra numbers showing all the Physical features. Step 3: Assume the entire land is acquired but only on paper. Step4: Prepare Macro level plans showing Trunk, physical Social, Ecological &T&T inc. Metro this will consume about 40% of the area. Add 10% are area for the use of EWS & Other miscellaneous uses of the MDA. Meaning thereby, only 50% of the land would available for the use if Res. Comm., Indus., Pub & Semi T&T, Utilities & Services purposes at Meso & Micro level of peripheral and internal level. Step 5: Return the land back of the owner= 50% of their area near their existing location to the extent possible. First priority for the development of the area is of the owner, who is also fee to sell or amalgamate with others. 25 Visit us at www.rgplan.org Step No.6 Rational Disposal Price of Land Assuming that the cost of developed land is X, then the cost of land for different uses should be as under. S.No Income Group / Land Use
11 %of Cost of Developed
For economically weaker sections of the 10%
For low income group of the society
For high income group of the society
For high income group of the society
For district parks. Playground and open 5%
Sites for education, health facilities
Sites for other social and cultural 50%
Sites of commercial use
For shifting of non-conforming industrial 755ofX
For new industries
For Informal sector 26 Visit us at www.rgplan.org 6. SYSTEM OF PREPERATION OF PLANS (WORK OF PLANNING IS PROPOSED TO BE DIVIDED BETWEEN MDA & ADVISOR TO MDA) S.No Description 6.1 Physical surveys in a suitable scale of 1:4000/
Superimposition of Khasra plans on Physical
Demarcation of boundaries of 32 Rural villages, 21
Urban villages & 51 colonies.
Trunk water lines & water treatment plant, sewer
lines & sewer disposal plants
Drainage small, medium & large
Power lines along with pylons & high tension lines
Existing & proposed population of settlements
National Highways, State Highway other Master
Plan Road; ROB; RUB; Tunnel; elevated Road;
ISBT; Transport Nagar
Railway shuttle from Meerut to Delhi
Metro along with Railway Station
Social Infrastructure of Master Plan level
Ecological Infrastructure at Master Plan level
Commercial use of different categories
Residential use of different categories
Industrial use of different categories
Plans of Growth Centers showing primary,
secondary & tertiary activities 6.2
6.17 Action to
Ad.MDA Ad. MDA
Ad. MDA 27 Visit us at www.rgplan.org 6.18 Plan of Growth Centers showing primary,
secondary activities Ad. MDA 6.19 Plan of basic villages Ad. MDA 6.20 Plan of various colonies Ad. MDA 6.21 Location of IT Park are in the South Meerut in the Ad. MDA
6.22 proposed complex and are in North East
Detailing of IT Park Ad. MDA 6.23 Location of SEZ for Textile & sports Ad. MDA 6.24 Details of SEZ Ad. MDA 6.25 Location of Convention Center Ad. MDA NOTE: Plans to be prepared by Advisor MDA would be free of charge subject to condition that the correct data and surveys are supplied by Meerut Development Authority in time. 28 Visit us at www.rgplan.org 7. POINTS ABOUT PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT (1) Law & Orders has to be given first priority & for this there should not have any congested areas & should be with wide roads & higher FAR. (2) Continuous Green belt along the highways. (3) No Farm House within the area of Outer Ring Road except it desired by the land owner. (4) No polluting & abnoxious industry except in designated areas. (5) Green areas along Historical Monument/Focal Point/Museum etc. (6) SEZ should have approach from Roads, Railways and MRTS. (7) A suitable research has to be in IT Park. 29 Visit us at www.rgplan.org 8. PRINCIPLES IN LOCATING LAND USES 1. Mixed land use as defined in the Master Plan. 2. Parking has to be created near the points of demand. 3. Outer Ring Road should be planned , development & constructed based on BOT (Built Own & Transfer) along with Green Buffer on either side. 4. Sports facilities; stadiums should be located on highways not only for the purpose of use of local population but of the Region. 5. Natural Water flow should not be disturbed & taken to account while planning Drainage System 6. A life may be pumped into existing decaying areas by providing more shopping centers, shopping malls & other productive units 30 Visit us at www.rgplan.org 9. PROVISION OF INFRASTRUCTURE 9.1 PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE 1.1. WATER ‐ For the population of 3 lakhs, quantity of required water is 45 mlpd. 1.2. SEWERAGE ‐ Provisions have made for 36 mlpd. 1.3. DRAINAGE – As per site condition. 1.4. POWER ‐ Additional power to the extent of 120 mw at the rate of 40 megawatt per 1 lakh population. 1.5. NATURAL GAS PIPELINES – As per site condition 1.6. SOLID WASTE MANGEMENT. 9.2. SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE ‐ PLANNING NORMS & STANDARDS: (A) Health a.) Hospital A (201 beds to 500 beds) 1.5 ha (1 in nos.) b.) Hospital B (101 beds to 200 beds) 0.5 ha (2 in nos.) c.) Hospital C (Up to 100 beds) 0.25 ha (2 in nos.) d.) Other Health Facilities i. Maternity Home, ii. Nursing Home/ Polyclinic 1000 sqm(5 in nos.) iii. Dispensary ‐ 800 sq m (25 in nos.) e.) i. Family Welfare Center ii. Pediatric Center 500 sq m iii. Geriatric Center (5 in nos.) iv. Diagnostic Center 31 Visit us at www.rgplan.org ( B) Education 1. Primary School 2. Sr. Secondary School (C) Sports facilities 1. Community Sports Center 2. Neighborhood Play Area 3. Housing Area Playground (D)Security‐police 1. Police Post 2. Police Station (E) Distributive facilities 0.2 ha (25in nos.) 0.6 ha (25 in nos.) 1 ha (2 in nos.) 0.5 ha (25 in nos.) 0.5 ha (50 in nos.) 1000 sqm(2 in nos.) 1.0 ha (1 in nos.) a) Planning norms & standards : 1. Milk Booth/Milk and Fruit & Vegetable Booth (As per standard designed of the concerned dept. 50 in nos.) 2. LPG godown including Booking office 3 LPG godowns per one lakh population (7 LPG godowns) b) Development Controls for Distributive Services: 1. Milk Booth/ Milk and fruit & vegetable booth Permitted in all zones as per approved layout plan 2. LPG godown including booking office & security hut i. Plot size‐up to 600 sqm ii. Permitted in all use zones excepts in residential & recreational use zones subject statuary clearances. (F) Socio‐cultural facilities 32 Visit us at www.rgplan.org Planning norms & standards for Education Facilities: 1 (a) Banquet Hall (30 in numbers) (b) Multiple purpose Community hall which may include provision for marriages, small public gathering, function, eating joint & library. (c) Community Recreational Club (d) Socio‐cultural activities such as auditorium, music,Dance & drama center / Meditation & spiritual Center etc 800 sqm(25 in nos.) 2000 sqm(2 in nos.) 2000 sqm (2 in nos.) 1000 sqm(2 in nos.) 10 SEZ* The SEZ scheme was introduced in the EXIM Policy 2000 with a view to provide an internationally competitive & hassle‐free environment for export of goods & rendering of services. These zones are conceived as designated duty‐free enclaves treated as foreign territories for trade operations, duties & tariffs. Units located in SEZs do not require any license for import or pay any custom duty on such imports. They are also exempted from paying central excise duty on procurement of materials from the domestic market. They enjoy tax holiday on central sales tax & income tax. 100 per cent FDI is permitted in manufacturing sector, barring a few sectors, % 100% foreign exchange earnings can be deposited in foreign currency account. The SEZ units are expected to be net foreign exchange earners within 3 years of their establishment. 33 Visit us at www.rgplan.org R.G. Gupta
Specialist in Urban Planning in the Committee of MCD
Advisor to Meerut Development Authority
Coopted Member of Delhi Vidhan Sabha; BLS.
B.Sc (Agra University), B.Arch (G.Md.) IIT. Roorkee, MCA,
Masters Degree in U.P from SPA (Delhi).
P.G.Dip, ( RDP )
F.I.E , F.I.T.P. , F.I.I.A. , F. AMDA .
Member-IRC, IBC, IIPA, IIRS, ISRS, IRTI, CIT; Member of IUT
Director-UICT; Dir. – UPS: Dir. -R.G. MP Pvt. Ltd., MD – GNHS:
Ex-Consultant-CBSE, Ex-Secretary-DTTG, Ex-Member PlanningGGS-IPU, Ex. A. Comm. Planning-DDA; Ex-Consultant DSIDC;
DTTDC; DAMB; Slum Deptt., DLLPC; .
Ex. Advisor-NCR-Planning Board, Ex. Consultant ” in Urban Planning
and Infrastructure Development to “Delhi Jal Board - Delhi Govt” in
Ex. Sr. .P. Secy. JC PPV (Joint Parliament Committee on Protection
of Plant Varieties & Farmer’s Rights) in Parliament.
Member of Expert Committee on Lal Dora and Extended Lal
Dora By GOI; MOUD - (DD) 2006.
Macro Level Policy and Financial Planner UPS Campus, Block-A,
Preet Vihar, Delhi-92.
Tel. No. 2244-0117; 6529-8815. Mobile No. 98110 18374.
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2011 for the course MDA 001 taught by Professor Manmohantiwari during the Spring '11 term at Century College.
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