Presentation on theme: "Navi Mumbai International Airport (NMIA)"— Presentation transcript:
1 Navi Mumbai International Airport (NMIA) W E L C O M ENavi Mumbai International Airport (NMIA)21st May 2011
2 Outline of Presentation Project BriefSite OrientationMaster Plan – NMIAProject Activities – StatusProject Schedule
3 Mumbai Metropolitan Region NAVIMUMBAIKALYANVASAI-VIRARTHANEKARJATALIBAGKHOPOLI- Area Sq. Km- Population – M (2001)- Proj. Population M (2011)Major Growth Centers:Gr. Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane,Vasai-Virar & Kalyan
4 Navi Mumbai Area - 344 Sq. Km. Target Population - 2.0 M Target Employment – 0.75MExisting Population MExisting Employment MFast Growth Rate - 12% per annum
5 Need of 2nd Airport:MMR Present Air Travel Demand ( ) MPPAMMR Air Travel Demand projected MPPA byMumbai airport experiencing severe congestion & delaysMumbai airport estimated to handle 40 MPPA maximumMumbai needs 2nd Airport5
6 SITE ORIENTATION MIA KALAMBOLI NMIA ULWE MMSEZ NMSEZ 6 MTHL VASHI KHARGHARSion-Panvel ExpresswayKALAMBOLINERULNMIAMTHLULWEBombay-Pune ExpresswayMMSEZNMSEZ6
9 Salient Features - NMIA SR .NO.ITEMS & FACILITIESDETAILS1AIRPORT ZONE AREA (HA)1405i)AERONAUTICAL AREA (HA)1160ii)ESSENTIAL NON AERONAUTICAL AREA (HA)2762NO. OF RUNWAYS3LENGTH OF RUNWAYS (METERS)37004RUNWAY SPACING (METERS)15505TOTAL NUMBER OF GATES101CONTACT GATES77REMOTE PARKING247AIRPORT CAPACITY (MPPA)59.62
10 Layout DetailsAirport Plan has H-shaped terminal building in the centre with runways on either sideOn completion of first phase (2014) - 10 million passengersOperational with one runway in the north, two taxiways, 15 contact gates, passenger building built across 86,000 sqm.It will require an investment of Rs4,424 crore10
11 Layout DetailsBy the second phase, in 2020, both runways and four taxiways will be operational and it will be able to handle 25 million passengers.It will handle 60 million passengers by 2030.Overall investment in the airport is estimated at around Rs8,300 crore11
12 Layout DetailsTerminal will have a built up of 3 lakh sqm across five levels and will have separate domestic and international concoursePassengers will be able to enter from two sides — those from Mumbai : Ulwe ; from Pune : PanvelTo be made accessible via road, metro rail, suburban rail and hovercraft service12
14 CRITICAL ACTIVITIES Forest Clearance Master Plan/Bidding Documents by Prime ConsultantAmendment to NMDPEnhancing Airport ConnectivityLand AcquisitionRe-Settlement & Rehabilitation (R&R)Shifting of EHVT LinesCompliance – ECSelection of Strategic Partner
15 Project Activities - Status 1. Forest Clearance :Proposal for Forest Clearance fulfilling requirements submitted on and in process with Chief Conservator of Forest.Draft application for filing Notice of Motion in Hon. Mumbai High Court prepared & will be taken up upon receipt of Forest Clearance
16 Project Activities - Status 2. Master Plan by Prime Consultant (M/s. LBG, USA) :Air Traffic Forecast & Alternative Concept Master Planapproved in 6th Steering Committee Meeting - Nov. 2009Draft Master Plan Report reviewed by ICAOWork on Preliminary Designs, DPR and Bidding Documents in progress
18 Approvals For NMIA – GoI / GoM 31st July 2007 : MOCA , GoI granted ‘in-principle’ approval17th Aug : CIDCO Board approved development30th July 2008 : State Cabinet, GoM approved development11th Oct 2010 : Ministry of Defense (MoD) granted Defense clearance22nd Nov 2010: MoEF granted Environmental Clearance to NMIA16th May 2011 : Final approval for the NMIA revised master plan from the steering committee
19 Project Activities - Status 3. Amendment to Navi Mumbai Development Plan (NMDP) :Based on conditions given in MoEF Environmental Clearance, CIDCO is modifying Navi Mumbai Development Plan and revised Development Plan will be put up for GoM approval shortly.Land based connectivity is crucial for success of any airportCIDCO has planned widening of two main access roads - Aamra Marg and NH4-B in co-ordination with MJPRCL, an SPV of NHAI4. Enhancing Airport Connectivity:
20 Project Activities - Status 5. Land StatusTotal land earmarked for Airport Project is 2020 HaOut of this 1333 Ha (66%) land is in possession of CIDCOAbout 263 Ha (13%) Government land under transferAbout 424 Ha (21%) is private land and is in process
22 Project Activities - Status 6. Resettlement & Rehabilitation (R&R) :About 3000 families from 10 settlements of 7 villages to be rehabilitatedDiscussion on draft R&R policy with stake holders in progressPolicy incorporating stake holders views being finalized in consultation with GoMSites for R & R for relocation of Airport Project Affected People identified and developmental works initiated at sites
23 Project Activities - Status Resettlement & Rehabilitation Plan
24 Project Activities - Status 7. Shifting of EHVT Lines :EHVT lines of Tata Power and MSETC passing through airport area and require shifting.M/s LBG has submitted draft report for shifting of EHVT Lines for safe operation of Airport.Consultant now revising report as per approved layout of MoEF.Meeting with power companies will be arranged shortly to finalize program of implementation.
25 Progress on EC - Compliance of MoEF MoEF ConditionCompliance/ StatusRevise Master plan/ Development plan of Navi Mumbai as per NMIA.CIDCO Board approved modifications to NMDP and statutory process of approval as per MRTP Act is being followed.Rehabilitation of families as per the R & R policy of GoI/GoMDraft R & R Policy is prepared and being discussed with Airport Project Affected Families.Prepare a detailed traffic management plan, Improvement of connectivity and mass public transportation .MTSU through M/s. Lea Associates is carrying out connectivity study.Obtain permission from Hon. Mumbai High Court for cutting or damaging of mangrovesProcess of obtaining Forest Clearance has commenced on 6th December, 2010 and proposal being processed with Forest Dept.Hon. Mumbai High Court will be approached for permission of cutting of mangroves .
26 Progress on EC - Compliance of MoEF MoEF ConditionCompliance/ StatusRisk assessment plan and disaster management plan and dedicated professional team/cell to handle disaster and associated risks.National Institute of Disaster Management, New Delhi is being appointed.Design of Ulwe recourse channel and measures to avoid floodingCW&PRS, Pune is revising 1D - 2D mathematical models and physical model study.Conduct the baseline survey of avian fauna.BNHS is being appointed to carry out avian fauna survey.
27 Progress on EC - Compliance of MoEF MoEF ConditionCompliance/ StatusObtain the Environmental and CRZ clearance separately for off airport facilities and other off infrastructure projects.Proposal for offsite physical infrastructure has been approved by MCZMA.A high level advisory and monitoring committee for compliance of MoEF conditions.High level advisory and monitoring committee is being constituted by GoM.Obtain all other statutory clearances as applicable by project proponents from the respective competent authorities.MoCA & Defense Clearance obtained and other statutory clearances shall be obtained at appropriate time.
28 Project Activities - Status 8. Strategic Partner :A strategic partner for Airport development will be selected through global bidding .Bidding documents are being prepared by prime consultant M/s Louis Berger Group , USA
29 Project Implementation Structure PPP ModelSpecial Purpose Company (SPC) to be formedSelection of Strategic Investor through biddingSPC to design, plan, finance, construct, market , operate & maintainSPC to return project to CIDCO/GoM on expiry of concession period
30 Action Plan Clearances Obtained : Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) Government of Maharashtra ( GoM)Ministry of Environment & Forests ( MoEF)Ministry of Defence ( MoD)Clearances Required :Forest ClearanceHon. High Court of MumbaiSelection of Strategic Partner shortlyCommencement of work in a yearCommencement of NMIA Phase 1 : 2015
32 Time Frame1.Preparation of Master Plan, DPR & Bid DocumentsIn progress2.Invitation of Bids for Selection of DeveloperMay - Dec 20113.Financial ClosureApril 20124Commencement of WorkMay 20125.Opening of Airport – Phase 1
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