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1 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. P.S.Uttarwar Director (Planning) Dwarka project Delhi Development Authority February

2 SECTION I – MUNICIPALITY SECTION II – Review of Municipal GIS 1)Introduction to Municipality 2)Functions of Municipality 3)Legal Framework 4)Classification of Municipality 5)Grouping of Municipality 6)73 rd & 74 th Amendment Acts 1)Introduction to Municipality 2)Functions of Municipality 3)Legal Framework 4)Classification of Municipality 5)Grouping of Municipality 6)73 rd & 74 th Amendment Acts Scheme of Presentation Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. 2 February )Introduction 8)Various steps involved in Municipal GIS 9)Examples of Municipal GIS 10)The Mirzapur Municipal GIS 11)Kanpur Municipal GIS 12)Delhi State Spatial Data Infrastructure Project (DSSDI) 7)Introduction 8)Various steps involved in Municipal GIS 9)Examples of Municipal GIS 10)The Mirzapur Municipal GIS 11)Kanpur Municipal GIS 12)Delhi State Spatial Data Infrastructure Project (DSSDI)

3 SECTION III – Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level 3 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February )Co-operation Between Municipalities & Taluka District Authorities. 14)REASONS 15)DATABASE for Municipalities 16)Suggested Institutional Support 13)Co-operation Between Municipalities & Taluka District Authorities. 14)REASONS 15)DATABASE for Municipalities 16)Suggested Institutional Support

4 Section I 4 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

5 “Municipality” means an Institution of Self Government constituted as a Nagar Panchayat or a municipal council under the Municipal Act. I ntroduction to M unicipality 5 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

6 (i) Preparation of plans for economic development and social justice. (ii)Performance of functions and implementation of the schemes which may be entrusted to them including the following:- 1.Urban planning including town planning. 2.Regulation of land-use and construction of buildings; 3.Planning for economic and social development; 4.Roads and bridges; F unctions of M unicipality 6 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

7 5.Water supply for domestic, industrial and commercial purposes; 6.Public health, sanitation conservancy and solid waste management; 7.Fire services; 8.Urban forestry, protection of the environment and promotion of ecological aspects; 9.Safeguarding the interests of weaker sections of society, including the handicapped and mentally retarded; 10.Slum improvement and up gradation; 11.Urban poverty alleviation; 7 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

8 12.Provisions of urban amenities and facilities such as parks, gardens and playgrounds; promotion of cultural, educational and' aesthetics aspects; 13.Burials and burial grounds, cremations, cremation grounds and electric crematoriums; 14.Cattle ponds and prevention of cruelty to animals; 15.Vital statistics including registration of births and death; 16.Public amenities including street lighting, parking lots, bus stops and public conveniences; 17.Regulation of slaughter houses and tanneries. 8 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

9  Local Government  Planning  Statutory Authorities / Corporations  Land Law L egal Framework 9 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

10 Three classes of municipalities as specified below :- C LASSIFICATION OF MUNICIPALITY 10 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

11 Municipalities are divided into wards, which may be grouped together into ward councils. One or more representatives are elected to represent each ward. G rouping of Municipality 11 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

12  Introduced in 1992  It facilitate greater decentralization at the rural and urban level respectively.  This provide legal status to local assemblies and entrusting them with greater functions and powers.  The 73rd Amendment to the Constitution sets Panchayats at village, intermediate/Block and District levels in every State.  The 74th Amendment to the Constitution provides the municipalities with powers and authority to carry out the responsibilities conferred upon them including the Twelfth Schedule. 73 rd & 74 th A mendment acts 12 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

13 Section II 13 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

14  Municipal GIS address the needs of Local Administration, Public Works, Planning & Engineering department, Public Health Department, Water supply, Town and Country planning Department, Public Safety, Land records, Tourism Department etc.  It manage Municipal tasks such as Property Tax, Birth and Death Registration, Socio Economic Data management and Holding registration.  It link the corresponding database with the geospatial view of the current municipal area.  This database can include attributes of each individual property with information such as ownership, address, house type, built year, compliance with the regulations of the building authorities, public utilities mapping to the plot, street characteristics and amenities. Introduction 14 February 2012

15 A Municipal GIS System involves various of steps including:  Computerization of land records.  Digitization of existing spatial entities such as base maps.  Updation of property records.  Property Tax Assessment.  Infrastructure database creation.  Survey of the individual properties.  Updation of the non-spatial database on a day to day citizen centric level. 15 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

16 1.The Mirzapur Municipal GIS (Micro Level) 2.Kanpur Nagar Nigam Municipal GIS Project (Meso Level) 3.Delhi State Spatial Data Infrastructure Project (DSSDI) {Macro Level} Presently there are few examples available for GIS at Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. 16 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

17 The Mirzapur Municipal GIS (Micro Level) 17 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

18 Property database recorded & computerized. Property Database 18 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

19 A computerised tax billing system for property. Property Tax Assessment 19 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

20 Updated Property maps through a property enumeration and assessment survey. Individual revenue wards were extracted from the city base map and detailed. Detailed maps were linked with the property tax records. Property Records & Mapping 20 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

21 Existing infrastructure records for water distribution, drainage & the street network. It assess the material and condition of streets & drains. Infrastructure System 21 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

22 Kanpur Nagar Nigam Municipal GIS Project (Meso Level) 22 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

23 Geo-referencing, alignment of existing KNN GIS data with updation from satellite image. Base MapGeo-referncing of Satellite image GIS Database 23 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

24 Base Map with Property Details After Spatial and Non-Spatial Linking 24 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

25 Development of a web application for self assessment and payment of property t ax, with additional functionalities. Online self property tax calculation  Online property tax payment facilities  A facility to access maps at different administrative hierarchy eg. Wards / Property  GIS based spatial searching and identification of properties  Online Birth /Death registration  Online Grievance Redressal module  Library of different forms for downloading  Citizen forum for interactive discussion Objective Major Functionalities 25 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

26 Delhi State Spatial Data Infrastructure Project (DSSDI) {Macro Level} 26 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

27 DSSDI is the three dimensional (3D) GIS collaborative project between Survey of India and IT Department of the Delhi Government. The key aspects are:  Creation of comprehensive urban information system.  3D modeling, texturing, visualization and creation of virtual walkthroughs of the NCT of Delhi.  Mapping of underground and overground utilities.  Land information system (LIS) for maintenance of land records, spatial and attribute details up to the level of an individual parcel and integrating old revenue records with the current survey. I NTRODUCTION 27 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

28  Property survey involving door-to-door survey of all kinds of settlements, their usage and classification.  Installation of wireless IP cameras.  Geo-portal and decision support system that will function as a single window through which all the line departments will access information. 28 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

29 The 31 line departments of the GNCTD involved in the project. All departments have identified at least five applications including  Mapping and locating their existing assets/ land/buildings,  Assessing whether they are currently fully utilized or under utilized as per the Master Plan 2021, and  Whether buildings could be shared by various departments to achieve optimum utilization of available FAR as per the Master Plan norms. D epartments 29 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

30 30 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

31 The 337 DSSDI features include  28 in boundary,  98 in building,  59 in transportation,  64 in utility,  40 in landuse,  5 in cadastre,  16 in hydrography,  4 in hypsography,  3 in image,  5 in framework,  3 in input for updation and  12 in 3D GIS. The features have been assimilated through GPS survey and levelling, aerial images, GPR survey, inputs from line departments and ground validation including field property survey and attribute collection. F eatures 31 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

32 PhaseFrameworkStatus Phase A Digital elevation model with 50 cm accuracy, Ortho photo with 25 cm accuracy, Aero triangulation with 12.5 cm accuracy, GPS control with 5 cm accuracy and Monumentation. 87 % complete Phase B System design and integration, Monitoring and control centres, Capacity building, Delhi geoportal and Database schema. 48 % complete Phase C Primary data capture, Utility survey, Land information system, Topographical mapping and 3D mapping. 80 % complete Phase D 3D GIS, 3D topology, 3D rendering and Texturing. 100 % complete P hasing 32

33  Integrated planning and service delivery  Enforcement of local laws and regulations  Optimal utilization of public resources  Disaster management  Security cover  Empowering citizens through the Web portal. B enefits 33 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

34 Section III 34 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

35 WEB BASED GIS TALUKA LEVEL OR DISTRICT LEVEL GRAPHICAL DATABASE MUNICIPALITY 1 SERVER AT TALUKA OR DISTRICT LEVEL GIS Architecture & Database has to be Expandable Dynamic Flexible SQL PANCHAYAT CAN NOT AFFORD IT NAGAR PANCHAYAT (2000+ POP.) MUNICIPAL COUNCIL (5000+ POP.) MUNICIPAL COUNCIL (5000+ POP.) ATTRIBUTE DATABASE BIRTH, DEATH, LAND RECORDS, VOTERS LIST, ETC. BIRTH, DEATH, LAND RECORDS, VOTERS LIST, ETC. C O-OPERATION BETWEEN MUNICIPALITIES & TALUKA OR DISTRICT AUTHORITIES 35

36  Low Affordability at Municipality / Panchayat level  Sparse availability of Resources (Technical support / Trained Personnel)  Practicability (Political stability / Low Priority) REASONS 36 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

37 FunctionsMicro Level Meso Level Macro Level Certificates (Birth, Death, Caste, Domicile) Voter List Ward Boundaries / Town &city Boundary / constituencies etc. Education Health Government Schemes (Sr. Citizen, Pension Scheme etc.) Contacts / Feedback Emergency Services (Fire, Ambulance etc.) Bill Collection Base Map Revenue Records Socio Cultural Infrastructure (Water, Roads, Sewerage, Drainage, SWM, Electricity) Information (Circulars, Tenders, RTI) Taxation Weather Bulletin (Coastal Area) Database for Municipality 37 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

38 Suggested Institutional Support AT METRO CITIES – Model of DSSDI can be adopt. A)AT STATE LEVEL – There is need to have GEO SPATIAL BUDGET. B)AT DISTRICT LEVEL – There is dedicated fund for Geospatial development. C)AT TALUKA LEVEL – There is a dedicated team of Geospatial Personnel to utilize fund D)AT MUNICIPALITY LEVEL- Geospatial operations to manage, update & maintain database & system. Amend list of functions to Municipality to include Geo Spatial Information. WE EXPECT THIS CONFERENCE TO MAKE SUCH RECOMMENDATION TO GOVERNMENT 38 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012

39 THANKS 39 Conceptualizing Municipal GIS At Micro level, Meso level & Macro level. February 2012


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