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1 BIDHANNAGAR MUNICIPALITY
DRAFT DEVELOPMENT PLAN OF BIDHANNAGAR MUNICIPALITY

2 MUNICIPAL VISION Bidhannagar Municipality intends to be an:
Environmentally clean urban area ensuring healthy lives, healthy ambience, safety & security The residents, irrespective of poor or rich should have adequate & equal access to basic services The Wetlands are to be preserved properly in order to save the ecological balance of the Kolkata Metropolis Upgradation of the economically poorer section, by engaging all families in gainful employment or self-employment through different training programmes

3 HISTORY: Dr.Bidhan Chandra Roy dreamt of a planned satellite township of Kolkata – the Salt Lake City(12.5 sq km) The area was basically wet land which was filled up with silt from the river Hoogly People began to settle here in the 70’s. In 1995 after the formation of the Municipal Board an area consisting of a large part of the East Kolkata Wetland was added to the planned city thus increasing the area from 12.5 sq km to 33.5 sq km.

4 OVERVIEW: The planned portion of the Bidhannagar Municipality initially had 5 Sectors 23 Wards 39 Blocks Later an added area of 21 sq km is added to it Out of these sectors, sector –V (2.3 sq km app.), earmarked for IT industries very recently is separated to form a new municipal board- Naba Diganta Industrial Township At present the area of Bidhannagar is 31.3 sq km app.

5 SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS:
The planned township has residents from the LIG, HIG & MIG of the society. The slums of Dattabad (typical urban slum area) is inhabited by the EWS. The added areas, (mainly rural in character) are inhabited mostly by the EWS. There are 21 slums in the Bidhannagar Municipal area. Out of which- 4 are at Dattabad Remaining 17 in ward no.14,22 & 23

6 FORMAL INTERACTIONS 1 23 27 2 DDP Launching Workshop
Sensitization Workshops 23 Problem Identification Workshops FGD s 27 Planning Workshops Workshop-1: Component 1 & 2 (combined) & Component 3 2 Workshop-2 Component 1 & 2 (combined) & Component 3 Public Validation DDP Finalization

7 THE STAKEHOLDERS: MUNICIPAL STAFFS
CITIZENS OF BIDHANNAGAR MUNICIPAL AREA INCLUDING SLUM PEOPLE CDS GROUPS HEALTH WORKERS LOCAL TRADE ASSOCIATIONS FORMAL / INFORMAL SECTOR WORKERS UNEMPLOYED YOUTHS

8 SURVEYS DONE: HEALTH INSTITUTE SURVEY EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE SURVEY
SOCIO-ECONOMIC SURVEY LAND-USE SURVEY FORMAL TRADE BODY SURVEY INFORMAL TRADE BODY (HAWKER) SURVEY TRAFFIC SURVEY

9 OBSTACLES / CONSTRAINTS:
The Municipality does not have right of use of the land within the Municipal area. Lands are allotted on leasehold basis The function of the Municipality is to maintain its land and provide service to the lessee. The land here is under the control of Urban Development Department of State Govt. RESULTS: ULB is deprived from exercising control over land-use, land-allotment, sub-division, use determination, giving / taking possession of urban land and development of infrastructure by its own power. Restriction in transfer of land.

10 INFRASTRUCTURE, LAND-USE ENVIRONMENT DEVELOPMENT PLAN
COMPONENT 1 INFRASTRUCTURE, LAND-USE & ENVIRONMENT DEVELOPMENT PLAN

11 DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES:
SUBCOMPONENT 1.1 SLUM INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PLAN Ensure basic infrastructure services to all slums, in order to provide a safe and healthy quality of life to the residents. Give priority to slums having worst infrastructure and socio-economic situation.

12 TOTAL ALLOCATION OF FUND:
PROJECT PROPOSALS: Out of 21 slums , 5 are already supported by KUSP (except supply of electricity) Remaining 16 slums & part work of the previous 5 are to be taken on the basis of QSS 6 nos. will be funded from KUSP fund 10 will be funded from other sources TOTAL ALLOCATION OF FUND: KUSP FUND Rs.3 ,25, 30,000/- OTHER SOURCES - Rs.2, 14, 00,000/-

13 DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES:
SUB COMPONENT 1.2 INTRA MUNICIPAL INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN To improve the quality & quantity of potable water & take necessary measures to avoid its wastage Achieving segregation of waste from all households Upgradation of existing sewer lines wherever necessary & providing public urinals at convenient positions Improving of the existing drainage system & achieving regularity in system of maintenance Parks & Greeneries to be maintained properly The conditions of markets which are in dilapidated state are to be improved

14 PROJECT PROPOSALS: TOTAL ALLOCATION FROM ALL SOURCES:
IMPROVEMENT IN OPERATION Periodic cleaning of overhead reservoir Removal of unauthorized temporary construction from footpath IMPROVEMENT IN MAINTENANCE Regular & periodic maintenance of roads (all types) Regular cleaning & maintenance of market premises (Sweeping / Electrical) SIGNIFICANT CAPITAL INVESTMENT Construction of U.G.Reservoirs for surface water storing Renovation of Buildings at Drainage Pumping station Conversion of existing toilets into Pay & use toilets Upgardation of road to Mollar Bhery Improvement of solid Waste Dumping System TOTAL ALLOCATION FROM ALL SOURCES: TIED FUND – Rs.40,69,37,000/- UNTIED FUND – Rs.17,76,00,000/-

15 DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES:
SUBCOMPONENT 1.3 TRANS MUNICIPAL PLAN Improving access to the municipality by planning and designing arterial road networks for better connections with the regional road networks Environmentally sound methods of treatment and disposal of sewerage and sullage to preserve / protect the quality of canal water. Identifying innovative waste management facilities by providing sustainable ways of disposal of municipal solid waste for the municipality.

16 PROJECT PROPOSALS: Increase in the supply of surface water
To reopen /widen the connectors (as present in the Master Plan) to E.M Bye Pass. Solid waste dumping ground at Mollar Bherry area is to be permitted officially until a bigger one can be arranged Common Joint dumping ground for solid waste management works TOTAL ALLOCATION FROM ALL SOURCES: As none of the cost of these plans are to be borne by the Municipality, no fund has been allotted for this Sub-Component

17 DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES:
SUBCOMPONENT 1.4 ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT PLAN Achieving and maintaining quality of drinking water in the ULBs in accordance with International Standard. Protecting wetlands from pollution and encroachment. Protection of green cover from encroachment in the ULB. Disseminating environment education to the community and making them aware of the environmental issues in the ULB. Spread awareness about community participation in environmental risk management.

18 PROJECT PROPOSALS: Restoration/ preservation of canal and water bodies
Environmental Awareness Programmes for citizens, Conversion of all unsanitary latrines Segregation of solid wastes at source Improvement of Solid Waste Dumping System Re-excavation of drainage outfalls Improvement of Drainage system in slum areas Improvement and Beautification of parks Regular measures should be taken for cutting & clearing bushes and removal of debris Need of pay & use toilet in public places. Vat system to be removed. TOTAL ALLOCATION FROM ALL SOURCES: TIED FUND – Rs.3,00,00,000/- UNTIED FUND – Rs. 90,00,000/-

19 DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES:
SUBCOMPONENT 1.5 LAND USE DEVELOPMENT PLAN Making land available : Ownership of land for the Municipality should have to be processed & ensured. To make the land available as a free-hold from the lease hold system. Development of municipal owned land: Enhance condition of living in the congested or densely populated areas of Dattabad through redevelopment of such areas along with govt. Regulatory controls on development of area under the jurisdiction of the ULB

20 PROJECT PROPOSALS: Transfer of ownership & management jurisdiction of land in favour of the Municipality to empower the local govt. for exercising control over planning, allotment, subdivision, use determination & giving / taking possession of urban land. Introduction of the process of conversion of leasehold land to freehold to increase the liquidity value of land and to ensure availability of developed land Restricted Pollution free commercial activities Betterment of Connectivity and other Municipal services TOTAL ALLOCATION FROM ALL SOURCES: Till the Municipality gets the authority over its land, all these proposals remain HYPOTHETICAL. UNTIED FUND – Rs. 85,00,000/- is still allotted if some of these can be materialized.

21 LIVELIHOOD DEVELOPMENT PLAN
COMPONENT 2 SOCIAL & LIVELIHOOD DEVELOPMENT PLAN

22 DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES:
SUBCOMPONENT 2.1 LIVELIHOOD & POVERTY ALLEVIATION PLAN Strengthening existing institutional structures in the ULB created by the various Government Plans and Programmes (SJSRY), (NSDP) etc. Strengthening and increasing the coverage of the existing community structures viz. the CDS, NHCs, NHGs, TCGs etc. Provide sustainable livelihood opportunities for the slum poor by providing requisite vocational trainings To strengthen the functioning of UPE cell.

23 PROJECT PROPOSALS: Business development Training Programme for DWCUA
Various Vocational training programmes for making trades to the people living below poverty level Leadership development training programme for NHC’s Training on maintenance of accounts to the TPO , COs and CDS executives Training on Monitoring and Evaluation to NHCs including TPO and COs Capacity Building training to UPE Cell members Establishing Poverty Data Bank for maintaining proper MIS at UPE Cell Creation of Loan Recovery Cell under the UPE Cell TOTAL ALLOCATION FROM ALL SOURCES: TIED FUND – Rs. 66,14,000/- UNTIED FUND – Rs. 82,25,000/-

24 DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES:
SUBCOMPONENT 2.2 LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLAN Giving recognition to cycle rickshaw pullers and rickshaw van pullers Improve Transparency of all regulatory process Provide infrastructure and basic services to enhance economic activities of small scale enterprise in the ULB Ensuring local skills and enterprise to receive attention not just locally but also outside the ULB and the State; Ensure that Small Scale Enterprise has access to adequate finance.

25 PROJECT PROPOSALS: Providing license to Rickshaw pullers and Rickshaw van pullers Construction of permanent Exhibition cum Sales Emporium in the Market Place to provide this scope to the DWCUA & SHGs promoted by the ULB; Training of BPL Women in Nursing Aids for providing services to the citizens through the call centres Providing Pisci-culture in the different ponds/water bodies owned or managed by the ULB to provide business to male members of the different DWCUA member family and from excluded groups To provide masks, hand gloves to all garbage cleaners in the ULB TOTAL ALLOCATION FROM ALL SOURCES: TIED FUND – Rs. 18,38,000/- UNTIED FUND – Rs. 25,00,000/-

26 DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES:
SUBCOMPONENT 2.3 HEALTH CARE SERVICES DELIVERY PLAN Providing Public Health Services: Reproductive and Child Health Care Services Other Preventive Health Care

27 PROJECT PROPOSAL: Proposal for training of medical and paramedical workers Proposal for PPP for running pathology centre and medicine shop Posting and permanency of HO and AHO Formation of Family Health Welfare Committee Upgradation of dispensaries and Maternity Home Supply of Furniture and medical equipments at sub-centres Setting up of Maternity Child Health Care Services ; Growth monitoring programmes Training to create awareness generation on Health Promotion amongst households Primary School health check up TOTAL ALLOCATION FROM ALL SOURCES: TIED FUND – Rs. 33,86,000/- UNTIED FUND – Rs.3,58,00,000/-

28 DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES:
SUBCOMPONENT 2.4 PRIMARY EDUCATION IMPROVEMENT PLAN Improvement of the status of infrastructure and basic services Giving support to the schools in MIS System; Achieving 100% enrolment in Municipal Schools; Providing remuneration or pocket money to the preraks and sanchalaks in CEC Participation of the community people and the parents of the existing schools Sensitisation as well as other Awareness Generation Camps for community awareness

29 PROJECT PROPOSALS: Providing basic services to the schools
Construction and renovation of the class rooms Remuneration or pocket money to the Preraks and Sanchalaks in Continuity Centres Procurement of essential furniture, teaching aids, books etc. in the schools To conduct “Cholo School Jai ” programme; To provide all school going children with winter garments Training to Ward Education Committee members to generate school development works and monitoring system on behalf of the ULB Strengthening the management, operation and utilization of the SSK centres TOTAL ALLOCATION FROM ALL SOURCES: TIED FUND – Rs. 96,60,000/- UNTIED FUND – Rs.2,07,16,000/-

30 MUNICIPAL INSTITUTIONAL STRENGTHENING
COMPONENT 3 MUNICIPAL INSTITUTIONAL STRENGTHENING PLAN

31 DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES:
SUBCOMPONENT 3.1 ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN Ensure decentralized urban governance and service delivery Strengthen the role of the Ward offices Involve political and administrative leadership in the course of DDP preparation and implementation Effective staff restructuring to improve efficiency Ensure participation of employees in policy, management and decision-making Automation of office systems with IT support

32 PROJECT PROPOSALS: LAN Connection- Purchase of Computers and Computer Training Development of detailed role manual & performance appraisal system of HODs, Councillor & various committees Grievance Redressal Cell at Poura Bhawan. Develop and implement training programme on SJSRY, Health workers etc. Resource mobilisation cell integrated with collection monitoring cell, Strengthening of Standing Committee Strengthening of Ward Offices Strengthening Urban Planning Function TOTAL ALLOCATION FROM ALL SOURCES: TIED FUND – Rs. 32,00,000/- UNTIED FUND – Rs. 78,00,000/-

33 DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES:
SUBCOMPONENT 3.2 PROCESS AND SYSTEMS IMPROVEMENT PLAN Ensuring internal process and systems (Accounting Systems, Personnel Systems, Procurement, Property Tax Assessment) are geared for improved governance and management Ensuring improved delivery (Delivery mechanisms, Mutation, Building Plan Approval etc.) of essential urban services

34 PROJECT PROPOSALS: Establishment of environment monitoring cell
Up gradation of GIS activity and establishment of data Bank Introduce Information Systems to improve access to information TOTAL ALLOCATION FROM ALL SOURCES: TIED FUND – Rs. 5,00,000/- UNTIED FUND – Rs.25,00,000/-

35 DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES:
SUBCOMPONENT 3.3 CITIZEN’S INTERFACE PLAN To ensure self sustainability of the Municipality Improve quality of services Effective coordination between the Municipal Stakeholders, Citizens and Ward Councillors to ensure effective service delivery To include the slum dwellers and the poor in the planning and implementation process To ensure clean environment in the Municipal area

36 PROJECT PROPOSAL: Up gradation of Website
Creating Awareness to orient citizen to the procedural requirements of various service deliveries Setting up of Grievance redressal Cells at every Ward office Publication of Pora Batayan TOTAL ALLOCATION FROM ALL SOURCES: TIED FUND – Rs.15,00,000/- UNTIED FUND – Rs.34,50,000/-

37 DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES:
SUBCOMPONENT 3.4 FINANCIAL PLAN To undertake detailed revenue potential assessments To achieve effective administration of existing taxes, refurbishing of major taxes etc. To enhance the scope of tax and non-tax sources in order to increase revenue To explore option to raise debt capital, assess financial viability of selected project To identify methods to reduce finance cost and ensure better cash flow. To explore the options to undertake revenue generating projects through PPP To prepare the annual budget more scientifically

38 PROJECT PROPOSALS: Selective survey of properties
House to house survey Computerisation of property Tax records. Development of property tax records. Use community groups. Disseminate information behind levying water charges. Registrations number should be given to advertising agencies for proper Monitoring and tracking of taxes paid. Collection of advertisement tax Identification of unauthorized advertisements TOTAL ALLOCATION FROM ALL SOURCES: TIED FUND – UNTIED FUND – Rs.60,00,000/-

39 TOTAL FINANCIAL ALLOCATION
- COMPONENTS TIED UNTIED 1 46,86,80,000/- 21,65,00,000/- 2 2,22,85,000/- 6,72,00,000/- 3 52,00,000/- 1,97,58,000/- TOTAL 49,61,65,000/- 30,34,58,000/-

40 PUBLIC VALIDATION: Participation from all Wards
Interesting interactions Written feedback submitted (2 in nos.) The proposals were not feasible enough to be incorporated

41 CONCLUSION: Implementation of DDP will enable an integrated development Special emphasis to the EWS will upgrade their standard of living Will continue to provide the planned township of Salt lake with the basic services more efficiently & systematically

42 THANK YOU


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