Mission Components - JNNURM West Bengal

Report
Jawaharlal Nehru
National Urban Renewal
Mission in West Bengal
REVIEW OF PROGRESS
11th September, 2007
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Mission Launch : 03-12-2005
Objectives
• Planned development
• Integrated development of infrastructure
• Linkages between asset creation &
management
• Ensuring adequate investment of funds
• Scaling up delivery of services and
emphasis on universal access
• Renewal of inner city areas
• Basic services to the urban poor
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Mission Components
Mission Cities:
Mission Components:
Sub-Mission I
Sub-Mission II
63 includes Kolkata Metropolitan Area
(41 ULBs)
Asansol Urban Area (5 ULBs)
- Urban Infrastructure and Governance
- Basic Services for Urban Poor
For Non-Mission Cities (80 in West Bengal) infrastructure
development as well as problem of slums is to be addressed under
the following schemes:
a) Urban Infrastructure Development Scheme for
Small and Medium Towns
b) Integrated Housing & Slum Development
Programme
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Mission Strategy
• 20 - 25 year perspectives - with 5 yearly updates
• Preparation of City Development Plan (CDP)
• Submission of Detail Project Report (DPR)
• MOA to be signed between Central Govt., State
Govt. & ULBs laying down time schedule for
implementing the reform agenda
• Release of fund by GoI in installment based on
progress of schemes & implementation of
reforms
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Funding Pattern :
Sl.
No
Name of Schemes
Govt. of
India’s Share
01.
Urban Infrastructure and Governance :
State
share
ULB’s
share
(i) Kolkata Metropolitan Area
35%
15%
50%
(ii) Asansol Urban Area
50%
20%
30%
02.
BSUP
50%
20%
30%
03.
UIDSSMT
80%
10%
10%
04.
IHSDP
80%
10%
10%
For the Housing components to be taken up under BSUP/IHSDP, the
beneficiary has to contribute minimum of 12% (10% for SC/ST) of the cost
of houses.
In West Bengal, beneficiary contribution is fixed at 20% of cost of houses.
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Additional Commitment by the Sate
Government :
In view of the difficulty faced by Development
Authorities/ULBs to mobilize huge resources, the
State Government has agreed to provide additional
financial support as follows:
UIGS
: Kolkata Metropolitan Area - 20% i.e. total 35%
Asansol Urban Area- 15% i.e. total 35%
BSUP
: 10% i.e. total 30%
UIDSSMT & IHSDP : Additional 5% i.e. total 15%
The ULBs shall provide minimum of 5%
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Allocation by Govt. of India for West
Bengal during the Mission Period
(i.e. upto 2012)
Rs. In Crore
Total Allocation under JNNURM :
UIGS
BSUP
UIDSSMT
IHSDP
5690
–
–
–
–
3018
2085
315
272
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Present Status
 State Level Steering Committee (SLSC) under the
Chairmanship of MIC, MA & UD constituted
 KMDA designated as SLNA for UIGS & BSUP
 SUDA designated as SLNA for UIDSSMT & IHSDP
 CDP for KMA and AUA approved by GoI
 5 meetings of SLSC held
 97 projects involving Rs. 2813 Crore sanctioned
under different components of JNNURM
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Projects sanctioned so far:
(Rs. in crores)
Components
No. of
Schemes
Project Cost
GOI Fund
Released
GOWB Fund
Released
UIGS
18
1262.84
68.19
53.81
BSUP
44
1199.11
137.16
54.87
UIDSSMT
14
187.31
74.71
6.34
IHSDP
21
243.76
55.03
3.37
TOTAL
97
2813.08
326.42
118.39
No. of Slum Housing under BSUP - 60,112
No. of Slum Housing under IHSDP - 16,170
76,282
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Projects Sanctioned Sector-wise
Sector
No. of Projects
Sanctioned
Project Cost
(Rs. in crores
Water Supply
22
617.55
Road
2
45.32
Sewerage & Drainage
6
687.93
SWM
2
100.16
Slum Infrastructure
65
555.31
76282 houses
806.76
Total :
2813.08
Housing
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Implementation Strategy
BSUP and IHSDP :
Detail guidelines issued by Municipal Affairs Dept and KMDA
•
To be implemented by ULBs with technical support by
MED/KMDA
•
Progress of schemes to be discussed regularly at
meeting of Board of Councilors
•
Constitution of taskforce by ULBs to implement schemes
•
Assigning of responsibility of officials
•
Involvement of ward committee, CDS to be encouraged
•
Dissemination of information at ward / slum level
•
Booklet showing project components & commitment on
reforms to be prepared and circulated
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Implementation Strategy –
Contd.
 Urban Poverty Alleviation Cells to be set up at municipal level for
effective convergence of poverty related programmes
 Primary Health Care services to be delivered at the door steps of
urban poor families through Honorary Health workers’ schemes
 Specialised health care services with emphasis on mother and
child care to be provided to urban poor families
 Child education/ adult education programmes under Central /
State programmes like SSA/ SSK/ Mass Education Programme to
cover all Slum Children
 Livelihood promotion programmes for BPL families to be taken
up under SJSRY, KUSP and other State programmes to enhance
their income level
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Slum Infrastructure
 Tender Packages to be finalised for –
• Laying of pipeline for water supply
• Road and drains
• Community toilets
• Street lights
• Community centers
• Community Seva Kendra
 Ward committee / CDS / BWMC to be associated with
project implementation
 Arrangement to be made for O&M in future through
BWMC
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Slum Housing
 Identification of beneficiary
 Maintenance of database on beneficiary
 Display of list at ward level
 Collection of beneficiary contribution
 Tie up with banks/ CDS for housing loan when necessary
 Involvement of beneficiary committee for supervision
during construction of houses
 Inclusion of the beneficiaries under livelihood promotion
programmes
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Implementation Strategy –
UIGS
 Schemes mainly implemented by KMDA,
KMWSA, PHE directly
 ULB to ensure availability of land for water
treatment plant, OHR, UGR, pumping station
etc.
 ULB to be associated with the project during
implementation process and provide local
support to facilitate execution of works
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Implementation Strategy –
UIDSSMT
 Schemes to be implemented by ULBs with technical
support by MED
 Detail designs / tender document to be prepared by
MED
 Tenders to be invited / work order issued by ULBs in
consultation with MED
 Work committees, CDS to be associated during
implementation of scheme.
 Regular review of progress by Board of Councilors
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Mandatory Reform at ULB Level
 Accounting Reform
 e-Governance, using IT, GIS, MIS
 Property Tax Reform
 To achieve 85% collection by end of 7th year
 Levy of User Charges
 Water Supply & Other Services - to achieve full
recovery of O&M by end of 7th year
 Earmarking of budgets by ULBs for basic services to
the urban poor
 Services to the Urban Poor
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Optional Reform Agenda at State &
ULB Level
 Revision of Bylaws to streamline the approval process for
building construction, development of site etc.
 Simplification of legal and procedural frameworks for
conversion of agricultural land to non-agricultural purpose
 Introduction of property title certification systems in ULBs
 Earmarking at least 20–25% developed land for EWS / LIG
 Introduction of computerised process of registration of land
and property
 Building by-laws revision for rain water harvesting
 By-laws on re-use of water
 Encouraging Public Private Partnership
Any two optional reforms to be implemented together
by State & ULBS in each year.
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Progress under BSUP
Upto September, 2007
Slum Houses
No of
houses
% of houses
sanctioned
No of ULBs
Tender Invited
20237
33.88
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Tender finalised
8947
14.88
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Work Order Issued
5522
9.18
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Estimated
cost
(Rs. In Cr.)
% of total
sanctioned
cost
No of ULBs
Tender Invited
107.79
19.41
30
Tender finalised
67.23
12.10
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Work Order Issued
62.92
11.33
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Slum Infrastructure
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Progress under IHSDP
Upto September, 2007
Slum Houses
No of
houses
% of houses
sanctioned
No of ULBs
Tender Invited
8035
49.7
15
Tender finalised
77837
48.1
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Work Order Issued
7551
46.7
12
Estimated
cost
(Rs. In Cr.)
% of total
sanctioned
cost
No of ULBs
Tender Invited
27.65
26
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Tender finalised
27.65
26
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Work Order Issued
22.23
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Slum Infrastructure
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Implementation Issues
1.
The pace of implementation of the schemes by the
Corporations/Municipalities has been rather slow. It has
not been possible to move Govt. of India of release of 2nd
instalment of fund even for a single project
2.
Adequate importance yet to be given by the Corporations /
Municipalities for the JNNURM projects
3.
Availability of land for UGR / OHR, Community centres has
posed problem in implementation of many major works in
many ULBs
4.
In the case of slum housing, land tenure has been a major
issue as many slum dwellers are squatting on the vested
land / land belonging to various State Govt. / Central Govt.
Deptt.
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Implementation Issues –
Cont.
5.
Payment of beneficiary contribution upfront has been
stated to be a constraint by many ULBs.
6.
Thee is in adequate technical personnel / manpower at
the level of MED/DLB and Corporations/ Municipalities.
7.
The allocation of funds under UIDSSMT and IHSDP are
inadequate to meet the requirement of 80 non-mission
towns and need to be stepped up.
8.
The district administration need to be fully involved in
facilitating implementation of the schemes by the ULBs
and also monitor their progress.
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Mid-term Target Set by Govt. of India
under BSUP & IHSDP
Target
BSUP
IHSDP
Total
Completion of houses
36187
9702
45889
Construction of house 24125 6468
in progress
Coverage of urban
120624 32340
Poor under basic
amenities
Security of land
180936 48510
tenure
30593
152964
229446
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Interventions Initiated
 Finance Dept. agreed for allowing engagement of technical
personnel by ULBs on contract basis for Project duration.
 Formation of an Cadre of Executive Officer under finalisation.
 MED sanctioned additional man power.
 Engagement of Project management consultant permitted for
large projects (done in case of Asansol Water Supply Scheme).
 SBI, Union Bank of India and UBI agreed to provide housing loan
upto Rs. 15,000 at 4% rate of interest with 10 years repayment
period.
 GoI moved for enhancement of allocation under UIDSSMT / IHSDP.
 State Govt. moved for appointment of DMDOS to facilitate
implementation by District Administration.
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Role Ahead
 Adoption of a mission mode approach by Municipality /
Corporation.
 To speed up the implementation of schemes.
 Take up implementation of the reform at ULB level as per agreed
MOA. This is essential for securing release of next installment of
funds.
 Prepare details of vested land, other departmental land where
slum dwellers are residing to move for transfer of land to ULB for
providing land tenure.
 To put in a system for developing database of slum dwellers, to
monitor their coverage under livelihood improvement programme
and also coverage under health, education and social securities.
 ULBs to earmark at least 25% of the budget for taking up
schemes to benefit Urban Poor.
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