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USE OF TOOLS & TECHNIQUES MASTER PLAN PREPARATION Seminar on INDO-BRITISH PERSPECTIVES ON PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE EDUCATION August 20, 2010 SCHOOL OF PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE, NEW DELHI 3 rd Year, B. PLAN. DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL PLANNING Contributions by: Mandeep, Mukul, Divye, Aditi, Geetanjli, Hari, Rohit, Abhinav, Tanya, Deeksha, Bristi, Zuali, Ajay, Pranav Presented by: Rohit Singh
Structure Introduction Objectives Scope of Work Methodology Tools & Techniques Data Collection Data Analysis Presentation
INTRODUCTION Master plan for Lalsot town prepared as part of academic curriculum by students of 6 th Semester, 3 rd Year, B.Plan. (Jan. – Apr. 2010) AIM: To study the processes and components of a Master Plan and based upon the understanding, to prepare a Master Plan for a case study town. Jaipur Lalsot
Lalsot is a class III town and a sub- divisional head quarter It is located at a distance of about 100 Km from Jaipur, the state capital of Rajasthan.
As of 2001 census, Lalsot had a population of 28,278. It has an average literacy rate of 59%, lower than the national average of 59.5%. It also serves as a mandi town for its surrounding region.
OBJECTIVES To understand how a Master Plan serves as a tool for spatial planning at a city level. To Understand the relationships between physical development policies and the social, economic and environmental goals of major stakeholders. To be able to answer the what, where, when & how questions pertaining to physical development.
SCOPE OF WORK Background Study and Literature Search Preliminary study of development plans and their various aspects. Evaluation of a plan based upon an evaluative criteria Identification of data for the preparation of a master plan. Examination of existing information and data on Lalsot town and sub-region. Study of the broader context in which the town has developed.
Scope of Work Data Collection Preparation of base maps, survey questionnaires, inventories, data checklists, etc. Conduction of surveys, both primary and secondary for the collection of necessary data. Interaction with various local level authorities/ organisations involved in plan preparation & implementation. – Stakeholder Participation
Scope of Work Data Analysis Analysis of obtained data with respect to various aspects of development. Identification of potentials and constraints for development. Proposals and Formulation of Master Plan Preparation of detailed proposals pertaining to various aspects of study. Drafting of final land use plan & document.
METHODOLOGY FINAL MASTER PLAN DOCUMENT & LAND USE PLAN FRAMING OF POLICIES & PROPOSALS DEMOGRAPHIC & ECONOMIC FORECASTS FORMULATION OF OBJECTIVES IDENTIFICATION OF ISSUES & MAJOR CONCLUSIONS ANALYSIS Analysis under various aspects of development DATA COLLECTION Primary SurveysSecondary SurveysStake holder Participation FIELD VISIT PREPARATION Base Map PreparationQuestionnaire DesignsDesign of checklists & inventories LITERATURE STUDY Master Plan Study & EvaluationSecondary Data Analysis (Pre-Visit)
Primary Source Data: Building use & Land use survey Household surveys (Questionnaire) Urban Area Villages & Slums Commercial surveys – Shopkeeper survey Transport Surveys Traffic Volume Parking Origin-Destination Opinion surveys Interviews: Town Planning Department Industrial Area Members Association Road Transport Association, etc. Data Collection
Secondary Source Data: Local Municipal Board Local level Line Departments District Collectorate State Town & Country Planning Department Industrial Area Development Authority Census of India Archaeological Survey of India Geological Survey of India Google Earth, etc. Data Collection
Stakeholder Participation: Discussion with representatives of Town Planning Department Identification of Major Issues & Broad Focus Areas Discussions with representatives of Town level Line Departments Capacity of existing infrastructure Sector specific identification of issues & scope for potential development General feedback of the people Overall satisfaction level of the people Community specific/ Area specific issues pertaining to development. Data Collection
Data Analysis Techniques: Land Use/Building Use Mapping Overlay Mapping Trend analysis (population, literacy) Projection of population, etc. Comparison of data with respect to immediate vicinity, standards Identification of shortage/surplus. Threshold Analysis Phasing of development, Zoning, etc. S.W.O.T. Analysis Identification of Potentials and constraints Tools: AutoCAD MS Excel Google Earth Google Sketch-up, etc.
Overlay Mapping Spatial distribution of issues
Overlay Mapping Overlay Mapping and Weighted Index Method used to compare issues across the town. Individual weightage given to different issues. Cumulative weightage used to delineate the town into three zones corresponding to increasing concern levels.
Overlay Mapping Factors Considered: Literacy Population Density Marginalization Congestion of Land Use Poor Building conditions Low Income Poor accessibility to transport facilities Parking Problems Traffic Congestion Accident Rates Water Supply Solid Waste Disposal Social Infrastructure Environmental Concerns
Overlay Mapping Literacy Rate Population Density Economic Activity Environmental Stress Levels
Overlay Mapping Transport & Circulation Physical Infrastructure Land Use
Overlay Mapping Concern Zones 0-4: Minor Concern5-9 Medium Concern10-15: Major Concern >15: Special Area
Presentation Techniques: Policy Document Land Use Plan Circulation Plan Utility Plans, etc.