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1 MASTER PLAN FOR NEW TOWNSHIP
MOREH, MANIPUR TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING ORGANISATION, MoUD, GoI GOVERNMENT OF MANIPUR

2 WHY MOREH ?

3 POLITICAL INSTABILITY
MOREH: GATEWAY TO SOUTH EAST ASIA POLITICAL INSTABILITY TOUGH TERRAIN ASIAN HIGHWAY TAR (1676) TAR (1067) TAR (1520) TAR (1435) TAR (1000) SEA ROUTES CRITICAL LINK

4 LOCATION IN INDIA MANIPUR WATER RESOURCES:
BHUTAN BANGLA DESH MYANMAR (BURMA) CHINA PAKISTAN AFGHANISTAN NEPAL INDIA NORTHEAST REGION BAY OF BENGAL ARABIAN SEA INDIAN OCEAN LOCATION IN INDIA MOREH CHANDEL CHURACHANDPUR TAMENGLONG SENAPATI UKHRUL BISHNUPUR THOUBAL IMPHAL W E MANIPUR WATER RESOURCES: BARAK RIVER , MANIPUR RIVER LOKTAK LAKE MOREH WATER RESOURCES: LOKCHAK RIVER FLOWING W-E POTENTIAL FOR HYDRO POWER GENERATION MINERALS: CHROMITE, LIMESTONE, IDOCRASE, ROCK SALT CATEGORY 1 ARAKAN OIL BASIN IN WESTERN MARGIN OF MANIPUR VEGETATION: TEAK, BAMBOO, PINE, OAK ORCHIDS, HERBS AND INDEGENOUS SPECIES MANIPUR AREA: SQ. KMS. MOREH IS LOCATED IN THE NORTH EASTERN REGION OF INDIA IN THE STATE OF MANIPUR MANIPUR IS BORDERED BY THE STATES OF ASSAM (WEST), NAGALAND (NORTH) AND MIZORAM (SOUTH) AND THE COUNTRY OF MYANMAR (EAST) MOREH IS LOCATED IN CHANDEL DISTRICT TO THE SOUTH EAST OF IMPHAL CITY (CAPITAL OF MANIPUR) MUNICIPAL AREA: 9 ELECTORAL WARDS PREDOMINANTLY RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL SETTLEMENT PATTERN IS LINEAR ALONG THE MOREH – IMPHAL ROAD OR NH 39. STRUCTURES ARE SINGLE/ DOUBLE STORIED. PREVALENT BUILDING MATERIALS: TIMBER AND BAMBOO, ONLY FEW RCC POPULATION AREA HILLS: KUKIS(SOUTH),NAGAS(NORTH) VALLEY: MEITIS, MAYANG MAYANG: TAMIL, PUNJABI, MARWARI NEPALI, BIHARI YEAR MOREHPOP SEX RATIO SC ST 1981 7678 833 1991 9673 870 2001 14962 920 32 7171

5 NATIONAL CONNECTIVITY
BHUTAN BANGLADESH MYANMAR (BURMA) CHINA PAKISTAN AFGHANISTAN NEPAL GOLDEN QUADRILATERAL LINKS MANIPUR ON ITS EASTERN BRANCH TO MAJOR SEA AND AIRPORTS IN INDIA THE EASTERN FREIGHT CORRIDOR IS ACCESSIBLE AT NEAREST RAILHEAD OF RANCHI NEAREST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IS AT IMPHAL (110 KMS), GUWAHATI (598 KMS) NEAREST SEA PORT IN INDIA IS AT HALDIA–KOLKATA (1650 KMS) SRINAGAR AMRITSAR DELHI JAIPUR AHMEDABAD MUMBAI NAGPUR BENGALURU KOLKATA GUWAHATI CHENNAI CALICUT TRIVANDRUM GOA MOREH JNPT KANDLA MORMUGOA NEW MANGALORE COCHIN TUTICORIN CHENNAI VISHAKHAPATNAM PARADIP HALDIA PORBANDER LEGEND WESTERN AND EASTERN FREIGHT CORRIDOR IMPORTANT BROAD GAUGE LINES OTHER BROAD GAUGE LINES GOLDEN QUADRILATERAL OTHER NATIONAL HIGHWAYS MAJOR AIRPORTS MAJOR SEA PORTS

6 REGIONAL CONNECTIVITY
LENGTH OF NH IN MANIPUR: 968 KM NH39: MOREH–IMPHAL (110KMS) IMPHAL–DIMAPUR (215 KM) LINKS WITH RAILHEAD IN NAGALAND. NH53 (NEW CACHAR ROAD): BADARPUR-SILCHAR-JIRIBAM-IMPHAL (279.5 KMS) NH150: TIPAIMUKH TO JESSAMI VIA IMPHAL (523 KMS) ASIAN HIGHWAY 1&2 ARE NH 39 & 53 (JIRIBAM – IMPHAL – MOREH) AND NEED UPGRADATION NEAREST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IS AT IMPHAL (110 KMS) AND HAS PROPOSAL FOR UPGRADATION LAND UNDER AAI IS SUFFICIENT TO SUPPORT INTENSIVE INTERNATIONAL PASSENGER AND GOODS TRAFFIC SILCHAR – JIRIBAM – TUPUL – IMPHAL RAILWAY LINE IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION (2016) TRANS ASIAN RAILWAY MISSING LINK: IMPHAL TO MOREH IS UNDER CONSIDERATION NH 53 39 150 TO DIMAPUR TO TIPAIMUKH TO JESSAMI TO TAMU TO SILCHAR KARIMGANJ BADARPUR SILCHAR BHAIRABI JIRIBAM TUPUL IMPHAL KARONG MOREH CHANDEL CHURACHANDPUR TAMENGLONG SENAPATI UKHRUL BISHNUPUR THOUBAL IMP. W E

7 INTERNATIONAL TRADE ASSOCIATIONS
MEMBER OF: ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nations) SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) : ACCELERATION OF ECONOMIC GROWTH IS A CHARTER OBJECTIVE BIMSTEC (Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation): INITIATED WITH THE GOAL TO COMBINE THE 'LOOK WEST' POLICY OF THAILAND AND ASEAN WITH THE 'LOOK EAST' POLICY OF INDIA AND SOUTH ASIA. COVERS 13 PRIORITY SECTORS INCLUDING TRADE & INVESTMENT, TECHNOLOGY, ENERGY, TRANSPORT & COMMUNICATION AND TOURISM. MGC (Mekong Ganga Cooperation): AN INITIATIVE BY INDIA AND FIVE ASEAN COUNTRIES FOR COOPERATION IN THE FIELDS OF TOURISM, EDUCATION, CULTURE, TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATION TO DEVELOP FUTURE TRADE AND INVESTMENT COOPERATION IN THE REGION. THE UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMISSION FOR ASIA AND THE PACIFIC (UNESCAP): WORKS IN AREAS INCLUDING TRANSPORT, TRADE AND INVESTMENT. APEC ESTABLISHED IN 1989 FOR FACILITATING ECONOMIC GROWTH, COOPERATION, TRADE AND INVESTMENT IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION. INDIA HAS AN OBSERVER STATUS BUT IS NOT A MEMBER.

8 LOOK EAST POLICY LOOK EAST POLICY INITIATED IN 1991
TRANSFORMING THE NORTH-EAST: HIGH LEVEL COMMISSION REPORT TO THE PRIME MINISTER, 7 MARCH, 1997 PROMULGATED INCLUSION OF THE “NORTHEAST DEVELOPMENT CONCERN” AS AN IMPORTANT COMPONENT OF THE POLICY LOOK-EAST POLICY PHASE 2 ADRESSES BROADER AGENDA OTHER THAN ECONOMIC ISSUES OF: SECURITY COOPERATION CONSTRUCTIONG OF TRANSPORT CORRIDORS LINKAGES AND CONNECTIVITY MAKES RELEVANCE OF INDIA’S NORTH EAST REGION PROMINENT

9 INDO – MYANMAR RELATIONS
1951 TREATY OF FRIENDSHIP 1967 STATE VISIT BY PM OF INDIAN 1994 INDO-MYANMAR TRADE AGREEMENT 1995 BORDER TRADE AT MOREH AND TAMU WAS FORMALLY OPENED 2002 INDIAN CONSULATE GENERAL IN MANDALAY RE-OPENED AND CONSULATE GENERAL OF MYANMAR SET UP IN KOLKATA 2004 JOINT TASK FORCE BETWEEN UNION OF MYANMAR FEDERATION OF CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY (UMFCCI) AND CONFEDERATION OF INDIA INDUSTRY (CII) 2008 BILATERAL INVESTMENT PROMOTION AGREEMENT (BIPA) DOUBLE TAXATION AVOIDANCE AGREEMENT (DTAA) AID FOR CATCLYSMIC CYCLONE NARGIS FROM INDIA INDIA-ASEAN TRADE IN GOODS AGREEMENT, MN. USD AS EARTHQUAKE AID IN SHAN STATE STATE VISIT BY PRESIDENT OF MYANMAR 2012 STATE VISIT BY PM OF INDIA

10 KEY PROJECTS TRANSPORT AND CONNECTIVITY:
CONSTRUCTION / UPGRADATION OF TAMU-KALEWA-KALEMYO & RHI-TIDDIM ROAD KALADAN MULTIMODAL TRANSPORT PROJECT, DEVELOPMENT OF RAIL TRANSPORTATION AND SUPPLY OF RAILWAY COACHES, LOCOS AND PARTS (M/S RITES) . ADSL PROJECT FOR HIGH SPEED DATA LINK IN 32 MYANMAR CITIES (TCIL). ENERGY: ONGC VIDESH LTD. (OVL), GAIL AND ESSAR PRESENT IN MYANMAR ENERGY SECTOR MINISTRY OF ELECTRIC POWER-1 (MOEP-1), MYANMAR AND NHPC SIGNED AN AGREEMENT FOR DEVELOPMENT OF THE TAMANTHI AND SHWEZAYE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER PROJECT IN CHINDWIN RIVER VALLEY (IN SEPTEMBER 2008) TECHNOLOGY: HEAVY TURBO-TRUCK ASSEMBLY PLANT SET UP BY GoI FINANCE (DECEMBER, 2010) INDO-MYANMAR INDUSTRIAL TRAINING CENTRE SET UP BY GoI IN PAKOKKU, MYINGYAN INDO-MYANMAR CENTRES FOR ENGLISH, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND IT SKILLS SOCIAL: UPGRADATION OF THE ANANDA TEMPLE IN BAGAN, YANGON CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL, SITTWE GENERAL HOSPITAL, ERECTION OF DISASTER PROOF RICE SILOS, ASSISTANCE IN RECONSTRUCTION OF SCHOOLS IN TARLAY TOWNSHIP (EARTHQUAKE AFFECTED REGION: MARCH 2011 )

11 ACTION POINTS FAST TRACKING ROAD AND RAIL PROJECTS
HARNESSING HEALTHY FOREIGN RELATIONS FOR LOCAL DEVELOPMENT (IMAGEABILITY) TRANSLATING POLICY INITIATIVES TO PROJECTS

12 EXISTING SCENARIO

13 MOREH CHARACTERISTICS
MANIPUR WATER RESOURCES: BARAK RIVER , MANIPUR RIVER LOKTAK LAKE MOREH WATER RESOURCES: PERENNIAL LOKCHAK RIVER FLOWING W-E POTENTIAL FOR HYDRO POWER GENERATION MINERALS: CHROMITE, LIMESTONE, IDOCRASE, ROCK SALT CATEGORY 1 ARAKAN OIL BASIN IN WESTERN MARGIN OF MANIPUR VEGETATION: TEAK, BAMBOO, PINE, OAK ORCHIDS, HERBS, INDEGENOUS SPECIES TOPOGRAPHY: RUGGED HILLY TERRAIN CLIMATE: SUB-TROPICAL MAXIMUM 33˙C MINIMUM 4˙C ANNUAL AVG. RAINFALL IS 1040 MM. MUNICIPAL AREA: 9 ELECTORAL WARDS PREDOMINANTLY RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL SETTLEMENT PATTERN IS LINEAR ALONG THE MOREH – IMPHAL ROAD OR NH 39. STRUCTURES ARE SINGLE/ DOUBLE STORIED. PREVALENT BUILDING MATERIALS: TIMBER AND BAMBOO, ONLY FEW RCC MANIPUR AREA: SQ. KMS, POPULATION: LAKH (2011) POPULATION AREA VALLEY HILLS YEAR MOREHPOP SEX RATIO SC ST 1981 7678 833 1991 9673 870 2001 14962 920 32 7171 HILLS: KUKIS(SOUTH),NAGAS(NORTH) VALLEY: MEITIS, MAYANG MAYANG: TAMIL, PUNJABI, MARWARI NEPALI, BIHARI

14 ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES GDP INDIA : Rs. 82.8 LAKH CR.
MANIPUR GSDP : CR. (5.2% OF NER) PER CAPITA NDP INDIA ( ): Rs. 16,047 PER CAPITA NET SDP ( ): Rs.11,370/ 52% OF WORKING POPULATION ENGAGED IN AGRICULTURE SHARE IN STATE INCOME DECLINED FROM 45% ( ) TO 28% ( ) JHUM CULTIVATION, SMALL LAND HOLDINGS, AVG SIZE: 1.23 HA. ( ) SERICULTURE, TEA CULTIVATION (TEA BOARD OF INDIA) , HORTICULTURE, RUBBER CULTIVATION PROMOTED MANIPUR WPR: 39% (URBAN), 46% (RURAL) PROPORTION OF WORKERS ENGAGED IN MANUFACTURING: 57% (RURAL), 83% (URBAN)

15 TOURISM A ‘FLOWER ON LOFTY HEIGHTS’, ‘A JEWEL OF INDIA’ ‘SWITZERLAND OF THE EAST’, TOURISM WAS DECLARED AN INDUSTRY IN MANIPUR IN 1987. FLORA AND FAUNA: FORESTS AND VEGETATION RANGING FROM SUB ALPINE TO TROPICAL WITTH RARE PLANTS, OF THE ESTIMATED 600 ORCHID SPECIES FOUND IN THE NER, MANIPUR ALONE HAS AROUND 450 VARIETIES. THE NATIONAL PARKS AND BIOSPHERE RESERVES OF MANIPUR : KEIBUL LAMJAO, SIROY NATIONAL PARKS YANGPOKPI LOKCHAO WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, BUNNING WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, ZELIAD WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, KEILAM WILDLIFE SANCTUARY AND JIRI- MAKRU WILDLIFE SANCTUARY NEAR JIRIBAM. OTHER ATTRACTIONS: LOKTAK LAKE, MOIRANG, INA MEMORIAL, WAITHOU LAKE, THOUBAL,THE KHONGJOM WAR MEMORIAL, THOUBAL.

16 INFRASTRUCTURE WATER SUPPLY: GROUND WATER TAPPED AT HOUSEHOLD LEVEL
NO SEWERAGE/ STORM WATER DRAINAGE / SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS POWER : FROM CENTRAL SECTOR POWER PLANTS LOCATED IN NORTH EAST REGION NO PLANNED MARKETPLACE IN MOREH ONLY UNITED BANK OF INDIA HAS AN OPERATIONAL BRANCH AT MOREH OTHER BANKING AND CREDIT NEEDS MET THROUGH CREDIT SOCIETIES AND INFORMAL NETWORKS TELECOM CONNECTIVITY IS POOR DUE TO TERRAIN AND LIMITED COVERAGE TRANSPORT: BUSES, SUVs PLY BETWEEN MOREH AND IMPHAL

17 VULNERABILITY TO DISASTER
EARTHQUAKES: FALLS IN ZONE V: VERY HIGH DAMAGE RISK ZONE INTENSITY MSK IX IS CODE ZONE FACTOR = 0.36 LANDSLIDES: NH-39, NH-53 AND NH-150 OFTEN BLOCKED BY LANDSLIDES DUE TO HEAVY RAINFALL FAULT DEFORMETER INSTALLED ALONG THE ACTIVE TECTONIC REGION OF INDO-MYANMAR SUBDUCTION AT SENAPATI

18 ACTION POINTS INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADATION
COMPLIANCE WITH EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT BUILDING TECHNIQUES ESTABLISHMENT OF DIVERSIFIED ECONOMIC BASE INTEGRATION WITH NEW TOWNSHIP

19 APPROACH

20 SWOT SWOT STRENGHTS OPPORTUNITIES AIRPORT UPGRADE POLITICAL WILL
INTERNAL ANALYSIS EXTERNAL ANALYSIS POLITICAL WILL ENABLING POLICIES FOR TRADE, INDUSTRY, INFRA CULTURAL LANDSCAPE NATURAL HERITAGE STRENGHTS AIRPORT UPGRADE AH, TAR NETWORKS BUS SERVICES TO MANDALAY ABUNDANT RAW WATER HYDROPOWER POTENTIAL TOURISM OPPORTUNITIES SWOT TERRAIN EARTHQUAKE, LANDSLIDE VULNERABILITY INSURGENCY ARMS, DRUGS SMUGGLING WEAKNESSES LACK OF PHYSICAL INFRA LACK OF EDU, HEALTH. BANKING, TELECOM INFRA LACK OF INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY THREATS

21 VISION ‘MOREH: A BORDER TRADE INTEGRATED TOWN AS A PRECURSOR FOR DEVELOPMENT OF THE NORTH EAST REGION AND A PROMOTER OF TOURISM, SPECIFICALLY IN THE FIELDS OF EDUCATION AND HEALTH.’ BORDER TRADE INTEGRATED TOWN PRECURSOR FOR DEVELOPMENT OF THE NORTH EAST REGION PROMOTER OF TOURISM INTEGRATED TOWN: THE EXISTING DEVELOPMENT AT MOREH IS ENVISAGED TO BE INTEGRATED WITH THE NEW TOWNSHIP TO ENSURE A COMPREHENSIVE, SUSTAINABLE AND INCLUSIVE PLAN, FACILITATE COORDINATED INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT AND CHECK UNREGULATED DEVELOPMENT. BORDER TRADE TOWN: HAS POTENTIAL TO BE DEVELOPED AS A TRADING HUB DUE TO THE PLANNED CONNECTIVITY OF THE REGION, THE FAVORABLE TERRAIN, FRIENDLY RELATIONS WITH MYANMAR AND THE LOOK EAST POLICY. PRECURSOR OF DEVELOPMENT OF THE NORTH EAST REGION: DEVELOPMENT OF THE NORTH EAST REGION SHALL BE CATALYZED FOLLOWING CONCENTRATED ECONOMIC ACTIVITY, ESTABLISHMENT OF FORWARD AND BACKWARD ALLIED SERVICES AND INDUSTRY AND ENHANCED CONNECTIVITY OF THE AREA WITHIN INDIA AND INTERNATIONALLY. PROMOTER OF TOURISM: ENHANCED CONNECTIVITY AND EASY ACCESS SHALL PROMOTE TOURISM FROM SOUTH EAST ASIA SPECIFICALLY FOR THE PURPOSES OF EDUCATION AND HEALTH. THIS WOULD IN TURN BOOST THESE TWO SECTORS OF THE INDIAN ECONOMY. OTHER CONVENTIONAL SECTORS OF TOURISM LIKE LEISURE TOURISM, ADVENTURE TOURISM, CULTURAL, SPIRITUAL AND RELIGIOUS TOURISM AND NATURE TOURISM.

22 METHODOLGY POLICIES TRADE POLICY FOREIGN POLICY SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE FREE TRADE ZONE AGREEMENTS MoUs MASTER PLAN LAND USE SPACE REQ. LAND USE ZONING DCR SOCIAL INFRA. EDUCATION HEALTH SAFETY SECURITY TRADE INFRA. EXIM FOREX BANKING WAREHOUSING LOGISTICS TELECOM INFRA. PLANS TRANSPORTATION WATER SUPPLY SEWERAGE DRAINAGE POWER SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PHASING COSTING IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FUNDING TOURISM HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY EDU/MEDI/LEISURE/ADVENTURE /RELIGIOUS TOURISM POPULATION IS NOT A FUNCTION OF EXISTING POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS OR TRENDS INVESTMENT CLIMATE WILL DEFINE THE POPULATION THE POPULATION WILL BE LIMITED BY THE ENVIRONMENTAL CARRYING CAPACITY POLICIES AND PLANNING LAWS WILL PAVE THE WAY FOR THE NEW TOWNSHIP AT MOREH INVESTMENT PROFILE SECTORS SHARES ACTIVITIES FWD, BKWD LINKAGES PLANNING LEGISLATION T&CP ACT LAND ACQUISITION ACT DEVELOPMENT CONTROL REGULATIONS PLAN POPULATION ESTIMATED NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES SERVICE POPULATION CONNECTIVITY INTERNATIONAL NATIONAL REGIONAL AIR / RAIL / ROAD / SEA CARRYING CAPACITY POPULATION INDUSTRY TRADE COMMERCE RESOURCES DEVELOPABLE LAND POTABLE WATER POWER CLIMATE

23 ACTION POINTS TRANSLATING VISION TO SECTORAL ACTION PLANS
ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW TOWNSHIP ADMINISTRATION ENTREPRENEUR CONSULTATIONS

24 DEFINING DEVELOPMENT PARAMETERS

25 10 35 20 PLAN PERIOD PERSPECTIVE PLAN MASTER PLAN
INTERNATIONAL CONNECTIVITY TRADE POLICY FOREIGN RELATIONS EXTERNAL FACTORS PERSPECTIVE PLAN TRANSPORT HOUSING INDUSTRY COMMERCE INFRASTRUCTURE AMENITIES INTERNAL FACTORS MASTER PLAN NEW TOWNSHIP AT MOREH SECTOR PLANS 10 35 20

26 EXPORTS IN THOUSAND MILLION USD IMPORTS IN THOUSAND MILLION USD
TRADE CHARACTERISTICS EXPORTS IN THOUSAND MILLION USD CHINA, HONGKONG, MONGOLIA INDONESIA, SINGAPORE, JAPAN, PHILLIPINES, KOREA, TAIWAN, BRUNEI BANGLADESH, MYANMAR, BHUTAN, MALAYSIA, THAILAND, VIETNAM, LAOS, CAMBODIA CHINA, HONGKONG, MONGOLIA IMPORTS IN THOUSAND MILLION USD REGIONAL SIGNIFICANCE 25-30% OF INDIAN TRADE IS WITH THIS REGION POST LIBERALISATION REGIONAL INTERDEPENCE EXPORT GREW >500% IN LAST DECADE IMPORTS GREW >850% IN LAST DECADE BANGLADESH, MYANMAR, BHUTAN, MALAYSIA, THAILAND, VIETNAM, LAOS, CAMBODIA INDONESIA, SINGAPORE, JAPAN, PHILLIPINES, KOREA, TAIWAN, BRUNEI

27 TRADE POTENTIL REALISED (%) IN DIFFERENT DEVELOPMENT SCENARIOS
TRADE ESTIMATES TRADE POTENTIAL THROUGH MOREH( ): 110 BILLION USD FACTORS AFFECTING REALISATION OF MOREH’S TRADE POTENTIAL TRANSPORTATION NETWORK INVESTMENT CLIMATE FOREIGN POLICY SAME CASE: TRANSPORTATION LINKS FAST TRACKED ON PRIORITY BASIS INDUCED CASE: + IMPROVEMENT OF INVESTMENT CLIMATE ACCELERATED CASE: + FOREIGN POLICY STABILIZED TRADE POTENTIL REALISED (%) IN DIFFERENT DEVELOPMENT SCENARIOS TRADE BY ITSELF MAY REDUCE MANIPUR AND MOREH TO A TRANSIT POINT BETWEEN ASIA AND THE REST OF INDIA WITHOUT CATALYZING GROWTH. ROLE OF CENTRAL AND STATE GOVERNMENT: HARNESS DEVELOPMENT IMPULSE, ENSURE CATALYSTIC EFFECT

28 PLAN AREA, POPULATION ANNUAL TRADE THROUGH NEW TOWNSHIP AT MOREH :100 BILLION USD OPERATIONAL AREA FOR ICP : 45 HA OTHER AREA UNDER TRANSPORTATION : 30 HA TOTAL AREA UNDER TRANSPORT : 75 HA (15% OF TOTAL DEVELOPED AREA) AREA OF NEW TOWNSHIP AT MOREH :500 HA PLAN 200 PPH (GROSS CITY LEVEL) : 1 LAKH FLOATING POPULATION OF TOWNSHIP : 25000 TOTAL PLAN POPULATION :1.25 LAKH

29 ACTION POINTS PERSPECTIVE PLAN: A PREREQUISITE FOR MASTER PLAN OF NEW TOWNSHIP INVESTMENTCLIMATE: CHANGING PERCEPTIONS CAPTURING TRADE THROUGH MOREH

30 EXISTING POLICIES, SCHEMES

31 FOREIGN TRADE POLICY (2009-2014)
MARKET DIVERSIFICATION INSULATES INDIAN EXPORTS FROM THE DECLINE IN DEMAND FROM DEVELOPED COUNTRIES. FOCUS IS ON DIVERSIFICATION OF INDIAN EXPORTS TO OTHER MARKETS IN ASIA THROUGH FOCUS MARKET SCHEME AND MARKET LINKED FOCUS PRODUCT SCHEME VISHESH KRISHI AND GRAM UDYOG YOJANA (VKGUY) COMPENSATES HIGH TRANSPORT COSTS AND OFFSETS OTHER DISADVANTAGES TO PROMOTE EXPORT OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE AND VALUE ADDED PRODUCTS TOWNS OF EXPORT EXCELLENCE (TEE) NEW TOWNS OF EXPORT EXCELLENCE WITH A THRESHOLD OF RS 150 CRORE ARE NOTIFIED WHICH PRODUCE GOODS OF RS. 750 CRORE AND SHOW POTENTIAL FOR GROWTH IN EXPORTS. ASSISTANCE TO STATES FOR DEVELOPING EXPORT INFRASTRUCTURE AND ALLIED ACTIVITIES (ASIDE) PROVIDES ASSISTANCE TO THE STATES GOVERNMENTS FOR CREATING APPROPRIATE INFRASTRUCTURE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND GROWTH OF EXPORTS BY PROVIDING EXPORT PERFORMANCE LINKED FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE. EXPORT DEVELOPMENT FUND (EDF) ASSIST SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES FOR PROMOTION OF EXPORTS FROM THE NORTH-EASTERN REGION OTHER SCHEMES INCLUDE MARKET ACCESS INITIATIVE (MAI) AND MARKET DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE (MDA)

32 INFRASTRUCTURE POLICIES
TRADE INFRASTRUCTURE LAND PORT AUTHORITY OF INDIA INTEGRATED CHECK POSTS LAND CUSTOMS STATION POWER: NATIONAL ELECTRICITY POLICY (NEP), ULTRA MEGA POWER PROJECT POLICY, MEGA POWER POLICY, CERC POLICY AND TARIFF POLICY FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI) UP TO 100 PER CENT PERMITTED UNDER AUTOMATIC ROUTE FOR GENERATION AND TRANSMISSION OF ELECTRIC ENERGY PRODUCED IN HYDROELECTRIC, COAL/LIGNITE BASED THERMAL, OIL BASED THERMAL AND GAS-BASED THERMAL POWER PLANTS POLICY ON HYDRO POWER DEVELOPMENT: HYDRO POWER POTENTIAL OF NORTH EASTERN REGION IS THE HIGHEST BUT 98% IS UNUTILIZED AND 93% IS UNTAPPED IN THE STATE OF MANIPUR. LOKTAK D/S OF 90MW IS SANCTIONED AS AN ADVANCE ACTION SCHEME UNDER THE 10TH FYP. AS A PART OF POLICY, SMALL AND MINI HYDEL PROJECTS ARE PROMOTED ESPECIALLY AS A SOLUTION TO HILLY AND REMOTE AREAS WHERE EXTENSION OF GRID SYSTEM IS COMPARATIVELY UNECONOMICAL.

33 NORTH EAST INDUSTRIAL AND INVESTMENT PROMOTION POLICY (NEIIPP), 2007
FISCAL INCENTIVES AND OTHER CONCESSIONS FOR THE NORTH EAST REGION WHICH, REPLACES THE EARLIER CENTRAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT SUBSIDY SCHEME, 2002, CENTRAL INTEREST SUBSIDY SCHEME, 2002 AND CENTRAL COMPREHENSIVE INSURANCE SCHEME, 2002 NORTH EAST INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT FINANCE CORPORATION (NEDFI) IS THE NODAL AGENCY CAPITAL INVESTMENT SUBSIDY RS.1.5 CRORE TO RS.30 CRORES: EMPOWERED COMMITTEE CHAIRED BY SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL POLICY & PROMOTION SUBSIDY HIGHER THAN RS.30 CRORES: PLACED BY DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL POLICY AND PROMOTION BEFORE THE UNION CABINET BENEFITS INCLUDE: 100% EXCISE DUTY EXEMPTION ON FINISHED PRODUCTS MADE IN THE NORTH EASTERN REGION 100% INCOME TAX EXEMPTION 3% INTEREST SUBSIDY ON THE WORKING CAPITAL ADVANCED BY THE SCHEDULED BANKS OR CENTRAL /STATE FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, FOR A MAXIMUM PERIOD OF 10(TEN) YEARS FROM THE DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF COMMERCIAL PRODUCTION. 30% CAPITAL INVESTMENT SUBSIDY THE LIMIT FOR AUTOMATIC APPROVAL OF SUBSIDY AT THIS RATE WILL BE RS.1.5 CRORES PER UNIT INTEREST SUBSIDY WILL BE MADE 3% ON WORKING CAPITAL LOAN 100% INSURANCE PREMIUM REIMBURSEMENT

34 ACTION POINTS CAPITALISING ON SCHEMES AND POLICIES TO DEVELOP NEW TOWNSHIP AT MOREH LEVERAGING POLICIES TO ESTABLISH ECONOMY SELF SUFFICIENCY IN POWER SEAMLESS, UNINTERRUPTED, TELECOM CONNECTIVITY

35 SITE CHARACTERISTICS

36 INTERRUPTED TRAFFIC FLOW INTERRUPTED TRAFFIC FLOW
THE EFFECT OF A BORDER ON A TRANSPORTATION NETWORK LIMITED CROSSINGS RESULT IN DISCONTINOUS TRANSPORT NETWORKS AND HIGH CONGESTION AND VULNERABILITY BORDER FACILITIES ARE EXPENSIVE TO BUILD AND MAINTAIN THIS PROBLEM IS EXACERBATED WHEN A RIVER FORMS THE BORDER MOREH IS A BORDER WITH INTERNATIONAL RAIL AND ROAD CONNECTIVITY WITH PART OF THE BORDER FORMED BY A RIVER IN UNDULATING TERRAIN. INTERRUPTED TRAFFIC FLOW BORDER FACILITY INTERNATIONAL BORDER BORDER FACILITY INTERRUPTED TRAFFIC FLOW

37 STRETCH WITHIN MOREH TOWN
PALEL THOUBAL IMPHAL TENGNOUPAL MOREH NEW TOWNSHIP: TENTATIVE SITE PLAIN STRETCH FROM IMPHAL TO MOREH STRETCH WITHIN MOREH TOWN GREENFIELD SITE CONNECTED VIA MOREH TOWN TO NH 39 UNDULATING LAND WITH GENTLE SLOPES ADJACENT TO EXISTING MOREH TOWN STRETCH FROM MOREH TO SITE TAMU TOWN HILLY STRETCH FROM IMPHAL TO MOREH SITE

38 OUTLINE DEVELOPMENT PLAN

39 DEVELOPMENT CONCEPTS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT:
COMPACT, WITHIN CARRYING CAPACITY INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT: AS PER SAFETY GUIDELINES, AFFORDABLE HOUSING TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT: PLANNED ALONG 2 RING ROADS, PEDESTRIAN FRIENDLY ZERO WASTE CITY: SELF SUSTAINED SWM CYCLE WATER SUFFICIENT: RAIN WATER HARVESTING, WASTE WATER RECYCLING

40 OUTLINE DEVELOPMENT PLAN: TRANSPORT NETWORK
OUTLINE DEVELOPMENT PLAN: LAND USE STP PASSENGERS PASSENGER TERMINAL UNIVERITY HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES CUSTOMS CULTURAL CENTERS LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRY ICD COMMERCIAL FREIGHT FUTURE DEVELOPMENT WHOLESALE COMMERCIAL MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDEN. RESIDENTIAL INSTITUTIONAL COMM. IND SEZ TRANSPORT CUSTOMS UTLITY RECREATION GREEN FREIGHT TERMINAL LOGISTICS HIGH DENSITY RESIDENTIAL SEZ FUTURE DEVELOPMENT

41 MEDIUM PLAIN* TOWNS* (%)
AREA STATEMENT LAND USE MEDIUM HILL* TOWNS (%) MEDIUM PLAIN* TOWNS* (%) NEW TOWNSHIP AT MOREH (%) (HECTARES) RESIDENTIAL 48-52 40-45 26.12 196.52 COMMERCIAL 2-3 3-4 12.93 INDUSTRIAL 4-5 8-10 9.09 ( ) 26.36 42.07 PUBLIC – SEMI PUBLIC 10-12 20.90 ( ) 131.46 25.71 RECREATIONAL 15-18 18-20 13.49 101.50 TRANSPORT & COMMUNICATION 5-6 12-14 13.62 102.47 GREEN, WATER CATCHMENT, RECHARGE AREAS, ETC. BALANCE 3.85 28.94 * AS PER U.D.P.F.I. GUIDELINES

42 ACTION POINTS CROSS CHECK FOR SPACE REQUIREMENTS
COORDINATION BETWEEN DEPARTMENTS FOR INTEGRATED TOWNSHIP, SINGLE WINDOW SYSTEMS HIGHLIGHT SPECIAL NEEDS/ CONSTRAINTS FOR SECTORS

43 INPUTS REQUIRED LEGAL INSTRUMENTS: PLANNING ACTS, BYE LAWS
DEMAND ESTIMATION: DEPARTMENT WISE FOR ALL SECTORS SPECIAL CONSTRAINTS: CULTURAL, BORDER AREAS, TERRAIN, OTHER

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SL. LAND USE AREA (HA) AREA (%) 1 RESIDENTIAL 196.52 26.12 2 INSTITUTIONAL 110.18 14.65 3 COMMERCIAL 97.24 12.93 4 INDUSTRIAL 26.36 3.50 5 SEZ 42.07 5.59 6 TRANSPORT 102.47 13.62 7 UTILITY 21.28 2.83 8 CUSTOMS 25.71 3.42 9 RECREATIONAL 101.50 13.49 10 GREEN 28.94 3.85 TOTAL 752.27 100 FUTURE EXPANSION 215.93 968.2

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