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1 Department of Architecture and Regional Planning, IIT, Kharagpur Perspective Plan for Barddhaman Planning Area – Vision 2025 HOUSING

2 Department of Architecture and Regional Planning, IIT, Kharagpur Perspective Plan for Barddhaman Planning Area – Vision 2025 Household Distribution Distribution of households in BPA Source : Socio-Economic Survey Nuclear family is predominant in BPA. Over 61% are nuclear family HH in BPA 50 % of the population in Block I & II are nuclear family HH The municipal area has a larger share of nuclear family HH The percentage of Single family dwellers is marginal

3 Department of Architecture and Regional Planning, IIT, Kharagpur Perspective Plan for Barddhaman Planning Area – Vision 2025 Distribution of Households in BPA Area Distribution in BPA Household Distribution Source : Socio-Economic Survey 70% of BPA population resides in the Municipal area having 15 % of total area. 21% of BPA population resides in Block I having 59 % of total area. 9% of BPA population resides in Block I I having 26 % of total area.

4 Department of Architecture and Regional Planning, IIT, Kharagpur Perspective Plan for Barddhaman Planning Area – Vision 2025 Distribution of Households by type of dwelling unit in BPA Source : Socio-Economic Survey About 60 % of dwellers in BPA stays in pucca house. The percentage is more in the municipal area. Dwellers residing in pucca house in block I & II is around 35 % About 45 % of people resides in Kutcha house in block I & II Household Distribution

5 Department of Architecture and Regional Planning, IIT, Kharagpur Perspective Plan for Barddhaman Planning Area – Vision 2025 Housing Stock and Future Estimate UnitArea Population 2001 Population 2025 Increased Population in 2025D.U Slum Population 2001 Slum units 2001 Increased D.U. In 2025 Total DU required in 2025 BURDWAN-I BLOCK (part) BURDWAN-II BLOCK (part) BARDDHAMAN (M) BPA Area required considering density atHousingSlums Total Area Reqd (acres) 15 Du per acre Du per acre Du per acre Area Requirement in 2025 Source : Census 2001

6 Department of Architecture and Regional Planning, IIT, Kharagpur Perspective Plan for Barddhaman Planning Area – Vision 2025 Possession of Dwelling Unit Source : Socio-Economic Survey Distribution of households by type of possession of Dwelling unit in BPA Predominantly, around 85 % of BPA dwellers owns a house. The percentage is high in Block I & II Marginal dwellers resides in rented house. The percentage is almost zero in Burdwan I & II block. Demand for rented accommodation is relatively high in the core municipal areas. 18% in stratum 1, 10% in stratum 2 and 8% in stratum 3

7 Department of Architecture and Regional Planning, IIT, Kharagpur Perspective Plan for Barddhaman Planning Area – Vision 2025 Possession of Dwelling Unit Source : Socio-Economic Survey Distribution of households by total covered area occupied in the dwelling 40.5% of HH of BPA live in greater than 1200sqft accommodation. The percentage is high (48.9 %) in Block II. 23.2% live in accommodation between sq ft. The percentage is slightly high(24.5%) in the municipality area

8 Department of Architecture and Regional Planning, IIT, Kharagpur Perspective Plan for Barddhaman Planning Area – Vision 2025 Ownership Pattern Source : Socio-Economic Survey Average covered area occupied per household and per person in the dwelling unit The average covered area per HH is lowest in Stratum 2 of the BPA In rural areas, per person covered area is lowest in Block I and highest in Block II

9 Department of Architecture and Regional Planning, IIT, Kharagpur Perspective Plan for Barddhaman Planning Area – Vision 2025 Housing Indicator- Distribution of Household by Covered Area Distribution of Households by nature of dwelling unit Source : Socio-Economic Survey Almost 55 % of the dwellers resides in single storied structure. Multi-storied structures are not so popular in the area. But recently, the trend is shifting towards multi storied structure due to construction of few of the world class townships.

10 Department of Architecture and Regional Planning, IIT, Kharagpur Perspective Plan for Barddhaman Planning Area – Vision 2025 Gr and Gr+1 structure are predominant in BPA Around 80 % belong to the above category Multi- storied structures are not so popular. Only 2% in BPA Housing condition: Mixed land use, commercial on ground floor and residential on first floor is predominantly seen in core areas like Ranigunj Market at Bijoy Chand road Housing condition is poor in the area. Wholesale market at Natun Gunj has Gr+1 and Gr+2 structures. Housing areas of Netaji Nagar and Kanai Nath are typically private housing with G+1 structures and narrow internal roads. Housing Indicator- Covered Area per Household

11 Department of Architecture and Regional Planning, IIT, Kharagpur Perspective Plan for Barddhaman Planning Area – Vision 2025 Profile of Future Projects Township at GODA Township at KAMNARA Collectrate Complex Bus cum Truck Terminal at ALISA Health city Bus cum Truck Terminal at NABABHAT Ulhas Township

12 Department of Architecture and Regional Planning, IIT, Kharagpur Perspective Plan for Barddhaman Planning Area – Vision 2025 Profile of Future Projects Three Townships in BPA to be developed with PPP Model 1.ULHAS Township : 94 acres mini township developed by Bengal Ambuja Housing Development Ltd. in association with the Bardhaman Zilla Parishad. Startegic location at the junction of GT Road and its bypass Located on the eastern fringe of Bardhaman town. Two satellite townships coming up mainly for HIG’s and MIG’s 2.Township at GODA : 250 acres, located in Western fringe of BPA 3.Township at KAMNARA : 88 acres, located in Northern fringe of BPA Two ends of GT road are the likely future nodes of activity The North-West and South- East area of the BPA has potential for development of new housing projects.

13 Department of Architecture and Regional Planning, IIT, Kharagpur Perspective Plan for Barddhaman Planning Area – Vision 2025 Slums Various Slum improvement schemes are implemented till date in the municipality and the two blocks of planning area. Slum improvement Street paving Drain cleaning Water supply to slums Construction of community toilet Electrification of the slums Poverty alleviation under the Prime Minister’s scheme. Swarna Jayanti Swarojgar Yojna by women of Slums 233 units have been constructed under the VAMBAY schemes on the bye bass road The schemes has affected 504 slum pockets having a population of around 21,000


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