Korba - Ministry of Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation

Report
Government of Chhattisgarh
Department of Urban Administration and Development
Mission for a Slum Free India
SLUM FREE CITY PLAN OF ACTION
Municipal Corporation Korba
Submitted to- MoHUPA, GoI
CONSULTANCY BY- STESALIT LIMITED KOLKATA
SLNA: STATE URBAN DEVELOPMENT AGENCY, RAIPUR,
CHHATTISGARH
INTRODUCTION TO
KORBA
KORBA PLANNING AREA= 284.56 sq.km.
Korba Municipal Corporation: 6 zones & 58 wards
AREA
JURISDICTION
NO. OF
SLUMS
62
41
Within
Municipal
Boundary
13
STATUS
Notified by Municipal
Corporation
Not notified but listed
by
Municipal
Corporation
Neither notified Nor
listed by Municipal
Corporation
but
identified
during
Survey for the current
project
Total number of Slums to
116
be considered in the
Project
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Balco Zone,
Banki Zone,
Darri Zone,
Korba Zone,
Kosabari Zone
Transport Nagar Zone
KORBA CITY AREA= 222.71 SQKM*
KORBA CITY POPULATION= 3,65,073**
KORBA CITY HOUSEHOLD= 63911**
*Source: Master Plan, Korba
** Source: Census 2011
NO. OF SLUMS IN KORBA= 116
KORBA AREA UNDER SLUMS= 13.2 SQKM
KORBA SLUM POPULATION= 1,75,927
KORBA SLUM HOUSEHOLD= 44,674
Source: Primary Survey, Stesalit Limited, 2011-12
Thus 48.18 per cent slum population and
71.01 per cent slum household is spread in
only 6.2 per cent of land area in Korba city.
SFCPoA Summary
Note
DOCUMENT TITLE
1
Name of State
2
Name of City, Population
3
Name of ULB
4
Name of SLNA
5
Name of Consultant, if any
1
a
i
ii
b
c
PROFILE
Number of Identified Slums
Notified
Non Notified
Slum Population, % of total
Slum Households
2
a
b
c
d
1
2
3
De
CURATIVE STRATEGY
Tenable Slums
Untenable Slums
Semi Tenable Slums
Total
Development Options Mix
In-situ Redevelopment
In-situ Up-gradation
Relocation
Delist
Total
Chhattisgarh
Korba (3,65,073)
Korba Municipal Corporation
State Urban Development Agency
Stesalit Limited
116
62
54
1,75,927 (48.18%)
44,674
67
18
31
65
30
18
3
116
SFCPoA Summary
Note
Investment Required and Phasing for Curative
(Rs. in crores)
Particulars
Number of Slums
1st Phase
(2015-2018)
2nd Phase
(2016-2019)
3rd Phase
(2017-2020)
4th Phase
(2018-2021)
5th Phase
(2019-2022)
Total Rs.
20
26
32
16
19
113
225.08
269.93
320.66
172.26
227.33
1215.27
66.57
71.83
86.04
48.78
47.84
321.07
7.93
7.92
11.01
8.32
8.45
43.64
299.59
349.69
417.71
229.37
283.63
1579.98
26.96
31.47
37.59
20.64
25.53
142.20
326.55
381.16
455.30
250.01
309.16
1722.18
Housing (Amount) in crores
Physical Infrastructure
Social Infrastructure
Total (Housing +
Infrastructure)
: (A)
O & M Cost, DPR, PMC,
Community mobilisation &
A&OE @9%: (B)
Total Cost (C ) = (A) + (B)
SFCPoA Summary
Note
3 PREVENTIVE STRATEGY
Projected Housing Shortage for Urban Poor (15 years)
27110
Investment Required and Phasing for Preventive
(Rs. in crores)
1st Phase
(2015-2018)
256.48
2nd Phase
(2016-2019)
284.57
3rd Phase
(2017-2020)
284.57
4th Phase
(2018-2021)
284.57
5th Phase
(2019-2022)
284.62
25.56
28.36
28.36
28.36
28.37
139.01
21.31
23.65
23.65
23.65
23.65
115.91
Total (Housing +
Infrastructure) : (A)
303.35
336.58
336.58
336.58
336.64
1649.74
O & M Cost, DPR, PMC,
Community mobilisation &
A&OE @ 9%: (B)
27.30
30.29
30.29
30.29
30.30
148.48
Total Cost (C )=
(A) + (B)
330.66
366.87
366.87
366.87
366.94
1798.21
Particulars
Total Rs.
1394.81
Housing (Amount) in crores
Physical Infrastructure
Social Infrastructure
SFCPoA Summary
Note
Investment Details
(Figures in Crores)
Number of Units
Housing Cost: (A)
Physical and
Social
Infrastructure
Cost: (B)
Curative (new +
up- gradation)
44674
1215.27
364.71
1579.98
142.20
1722.18
1394.81
254.93
1649.74
148.48
1798.21
Preventive
27110
2610.08
619.64
3229.72
290.68
3520.39
Total
71784
Strategy
Total Cost (C) =
(A)+(B)
O & M Cost, DPR, PMC,
Community mobilisation &
A&OE @9%: (D)
Total Cost : (D) + (C
)
Total Base Cost: (A)
O & M Cost, DPR, PMC, Community
mobilisation & A&OE @9% (B)
Total Funding Requirement (D) =
(A) + (B)
Housing
2610.08
234.91
2844.99
Infrastructure Requirement
619.64
55.77
675.41
Total
3229.72
290.67
3520.39
Particulars
SFCPoA Summary
Note
Sharing Pattern
Sharing Pattern (In Percentage terms)
MoHUPA
State Government
Component
ULB
Beneficiary
75%
15%
0%
10%
75%
15%
10%
0%
Housing (Preventive)
75%
15%
0%
10%
Infrastructure
(Preventive)
75%
15%
10%
0%
Housing (Curative Strategy- Existing Slums)
Infrastructure (Curative Strategy - Existing Slums)
Sharing Cost for the Curative & Preventive Strategy
MoHUPA
State Government
ULB
1957.56
464.73
391.51
92.95
0
61.96
Beneficiary
261.01
(in Rs. Crore)
Total
Housing
2610.08
619.63
Infrastructure
0
96.89
19.38
12.92
129.19
O & M Cost @ 4%
0
DPR, PMC & Community
Participation @ 3%
72.67
24.22
48.45
96.89
0
16.15
0
64.59
A&OE @ 2%
0
2591.85
Total
0
576.51
91.03
261.01
3520.39
METHODOLOGY
TASK SCHEDULE
SL NO TASK
STATUS
1
2
3
IDENTIFICATION OF SLUMS
PLOTTING OF SLUM BOUNDARIES
AUTHORISATION OF BOUNDARIES
Completed
Completed
Completed
4
5
6
7
8
9
PREPARATION OF GRID AND NO
PREPARATION OF SLUM CODE
GENERAL SLUM SURVEY/PROFILING
GIS MAPS FOR SLUMS
BASE MAP OF CITY
INCEPTION REPORT
Completed
Completed
Completed
Completed
Completed
Completed
10
11
12
SOCIO-ECONOMIC SURVEY OF SLUMS
DATA ENTRY ONLINE
DRAFT SFCPoA REPORT
Completed
Completed
Completed
13
PUBLIC PARTICIPATORY WORKSHOPS
Completed
14
FINAL SFCPoA REPORT
Completed
ENVIRONMENT
BUILDING
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
-“REACHING THE UNREACHED”.
Environment building through Workshops
SLUM LEVEL
ULB Consultations
Ward Representative Consultations
ULB Participation in Capacity Building onsite
at Slum Locations
Ward Representative Participations
General Meeting with majority dwellersFocus Group Discussions
Identification of CBO in slums
Mapping Existing Slum Situations and
Survey with the help of Community dwellers
WARD LEVEL
ENVIRONMENT
BUILDING
HANDOUTS FOR AWARENESS GENERATION
FOCUS GROUP DISCUSSIONS
FOR SFCPOA, THE HANDOUTS SHALL BE PREPARED IN
LOCAL LANGUAGE
COMMUNITY
PARTICIPATION IN
SLUM MAPPING
“People were assured that there would be
no eviction”
CITY BASE MAP OF
KORBA
SLUM SURVEY
SLUM
MAP
SANJAYNAGAR
The
survey
of –slums
can be broadly
categorized into :• Spatial Survey - Identification, profiling
• Non-Spatial Survey - Socio-Economic
• Slum Mapping - Detailed slum map
SLUM MAP – FIRE COLONY
• Identification of Slums-Notified, Non notified and
additional
• Slum boundary demarcation
• Slum profiling
Spatial Survey• Field Survey to generate contours at 0.5 m interval
Slums
Non Spatial
Survey
Slum
Mapping
•
•
•
•
•
Socio Economic Survey
Livelihood Survey
GIS Participatory Survey
Photographing each property
Videography of Survey
•
•
•
•
Creation of a detailed Slum Map
Integrating with GIS
Inventory of Slums and Open areas
Creation of Slum Redevelopment Plan
GIS Mapping &
Integration with MIS
MIS HOMEPAGE
SLUM WISE REPORT
The MIS application and the GIS would be integrated
using a unique house numbering system.
Each house will be numbered as per the numbering
convention below
SLUM CODES
For example Generation of unique ID for property will be
done as under:
Cities will be divided into 500x500 Grid.
Grid number will be 0001,0002,0003……N
Formula for UID:
State ID + City Id + Grid No + Parcel No + Property No
2 Digit + 4 Digit + 4 Digit + 4 Digit + 3 Digit = 17 Digit
Unique ID
Ex. : 33 0011 0022 1234 004 = 33001100221234004
DIFFERENT TYPE OF REPORTS
CITY LEVEL SLUM REPORT
City Level Maps
Ward wise
Map
Other
mapspopulation
prepared :-
• Existing Mode of Water Supply with respect to Location of Slums
• Primary Source of Water Supply in Korba with respect to Location of slum
• : Secondary source of Water Supply in Korba city with respect to location of Slums
• Sewerage disposal mechanism for Korba with respect to the location of Slums
Land Value Maps
• Open areas of the city where Sewage is disposed with respect to the location of Slums
• Existing and Proposed Sewerage system of Korba city with respect to location of slums
• Existing Storm water drainage of Korba city with respect to location of slums
• Flood prone areas of city with respect to location of Slums
• Open areas of the city where Solid waste is dumped with respect to the location of the Slums
• Existing Solid waste disposal mechanism in Korba city with respect to the location of Slums
• Access to Sanitation in Urban Poor Settlements of Korba city with respect to the location of
Slums
• Areas used for Open Defecation in the city with respect to location of slums
ZONE LEVEL
ANALYSIS
HH DENSITY IN KORBA SLUMS
HOUSES BY MATERIAL OF STRUCTURE
SLUM HHs BY PRIMARY SOURCE OF
WATER SUPPLY
SLUM HHs BY AVAILABILITY OF
TYPE OF TOILETS
CATEGORISATION
OF SLUMS
Categorization of slums
 TENABILITY
 TENURE STATUS OF HHs
 LAND OWNERSHIP OF SLUMS
 DENSITY OF SLUMS
 LAND VALUE
 3X3X3 MATRIX
Tenability Analysis
SL NO.
TENABILITY
NO. OF SLUMS
1
Tenable slums
67
2
Semi tenable slums
31
3
Untenable slums
18
Total
116
Land Ownership Analysis
Population Density Analysis
LAND OWNERSHIP STATUS OF SLUMS
SL.NO
SLUMS
Mixed land
ownership
(State/Railways/
PUBLIC PRIVATE PSU
Pvt./PSU)
SLUMS IN TERMS OF POPULATION DENSITY
SL.
NO
POPULATION
DENSITY
NON
NEWLY
NOTIFIED IDENTIFIED
1
0-500
33
20
10
2
501-1000
26
21
3
1001-1500
3
0
0
62
41
13
1
NOTIFIED
29
8
25
0
2
NON NOTIFIED
23
3
12
3
3
NEWLY IDENTIFIED
1
0
5
7
3
53
11
42
10
TOTAL
TOTAL
NOTIF
IED
3X3X3 MATRIX
ANALYSIS
3X3X3 MATRIX: 3 PARAMETERS
EVALUATION
 HOUSING CONDITION
OF PRIMARY
INFRASTRUCTURE CONDITION
 SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONDITION
SLUM
SURVEY &
SOCIOECONOMIC
WEIGHTAGES OF
DATA
INDICATORS
GENEARTION
Each Indicator has been
OF
INDEX
assigned
a weightage as
per their ON
priority. The
BASED
weightages
of
the
EVALUATION
individual
categories
shall sum up to 100%
OF
PRIMARY
SURVEY DATA
STEP
The23X3X3 matrix is arrived at 3 stages
STEP 1
3X3X3 MATRIX
ANALYSIS
SL.NO
1
2
CODES
NO. OF
SLUMS
STEP 3
INFERENCE
PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT OPTIONS
111
2
Sound in all condition
Infrastructure (Pucca drains)
Weightage
of indicators
is multiplied by the index to generate final Partial
score
211
7
Medium in Housing & Sound in others
Housing & Infrastructure (Pucca drains)
3
112
1
Medium in Poverty & Sound in others
Partial Infrastructure (Sanitation)
4
121
7
Medium in Infrastructure & Sound in others
Partial Infrastructure (Pucca drains)
5
212
6
Sound in Infrastructure & Medium in others
Housing & Infrastructure (Pucca drains)
6
221
12
Sound in Poverty & Medium in others
Partial Infrastructure (Sanitation)
7
122
13
Sound in Housing & Medium in others
Partial Infrastructure (Sanitation)
8
323
1
Vulnerable in Housing & Poverty & Medium in Infrastructure
Housing & Infrastructure (Sanitation)
9
10
113
131
1
9
Vulnerable in Poverty & Sound in others
Vulnerable in Infrastructure & Sound in others
Partial Infrastructure (Water supply)
Infrastructure (Water supply)
11
312
1
Vulnerable in Housing, Sound in Infrastructure & Medium in Poverty
Housing & Infrastructure (Sanitation)
12
14
321
222
4
7
Vulnerable in Housing, Medium in Infrastructure & Sound in Poverty
Medium in all
Housing & Infrastructure (Water supply)
Infrastructure (Sanitation)
15
SIMILAR
HAS
FOR
INFRASTRUCTURE
AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC
123 EXERCISE
1
Sound inBEEN
Housing,CONDUCTED
Medium in Infrastructure
& Vulnerable
in Poverty
Infrastructure
(Sanitation)
16
231
14
Medium in Housing, Vulnerable in Infrastructure & Sound in Poverty
Infrastructure (Water supply)
17
132
7
Sound in Housing, Vulnerable in Infrastructure & Medium in Poverty
Infrastructure (Water supply)
18 Range code
322 1 = Sound
1
Vulnerable in Housing & Medium in others
Condition
Housing & Infrastructure (Water supply)
21
Housing & Infrastructure (Sanitation)
313
1
Sound in Infrastructure & Vulnerable in others
Condition
22 Range code
331 2 = Medium
4
Sound in Poverty & Vulnerable in others
23
233
1
Medium in Housing & Vulnerable in others
Housing & Infrastructure (Water supply)
Infrastructure (Water supply)
Condition
24 Range code
332 3 = Vulnerable
7
Vulnerable
in Housing & Infrastructure & Medium in poverty
Housing & Infrastructure (Water supply)
25
Medium in Housing & poverty & Vulnerable in infrastructure
Housing & Infrastructure (Water supply)
Vulnerable in all
Housing & Infrastructure (Sanitation)
232
26
333
TOTAL 26 codes
7
2
116
SLUM LEVEL
ANALYSIS
Slum pockets with % of Kutcha stock
Slum with % of HHs having household monthly
income less than Rs. 3000
Slum with % of people engaged in Open defecation
Slum Pockets with % of BPL HHs
PHASING &
DEVELOPMENT MODELS
PHASING FOR IMPLEMENTATION PRIORITY
PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT MODELS
1. In situ Slum Upgradation and
Improvement (UP) = 30 SLUMS
2. Slum Redevelopment (RD) = 65 SLUMS
3. Slum Relocation and Resettlement
(RR) = 18 SLUMS
3 SLUMS: Parshabhata, Prem Nagar and Narai
Bodh= PROPOSED TO BE DELISTED
TYPE
NO OF
SLUMS
TENABILITY
OWNER
SHIP
RR1 4
Partially
Untenable
Public
RR2 14
Untenable
Public
SLUM TYPE
Slums which are un
tenable & may be
relocated within zone
on
Redevelopment
sites
or
Existing
vacant
affordable
housing
Slums which are un
teneble & need to be
relocated to Newly
identified
resettlement
site
within zone.
SL NO
PHASING
NO. OF SLUMS
1
FIRST (2015-2016)
20
2
SECOND (2016-2017)
26
3
THIRD (2017-2018)
32
4
FOURTH (2018-2019)
16
5
FIFTH (2019-2020)
19
TOTAL
ACTION
113
AGENCY
CENTRAL
GOVERNMENT
SUPPORT
State/ ULB
SUPPORT
BENEFICI
ARY
Provision of Housing & Public
basic services to all
households
up
to
permissible density
50% Share in
Housing
&
Infrastructure
Cost
40%
(20+20)Sha
re
in
Housing &
Infrastructu
re Cost
10%
Contrib
ution in
housing
Cost
Provision of Housing & Public
basic services to all
households & additional
households from other
untenable slums up to
permissible density
50% Share in
Housing
&
Infrastructure
Cost
40%
(20+20)Sha
re
in
Housing &
Infrastructu
re Cost
10%
Contrib
ution in
housing
Cost
In-situ Upgradation &
improvement Models
TYPE
NO. OF TENABILI OWNER
SLUMS
TY
SHIP
UP 1 15
UP 2 15
SLUM TYPE
ACTION
AGENCY
Slums
with
Tenable
predominantl
&
y pucca DU's
Partially
&
poor
Tenable Public infrastructure
Provision of Basic
service
to
all
Tenable
Households, Gap
Filling Housing for
Kutcha
Tenable
Dwelling Units &
Relocation
for
untenable
Households
Public
Slums
with
Tenable
predominantl
&
y pucca DU's
Partially
&
average
Tenable Public infrastructure
Provision of Basic
service
to
all
Tenable
Households, Gap
Filling Housing for
Kutcha
Tenable
Dwelling Units &
Relocation
for
untenable
Households
Public
CENTRAL
GOVERNMENT
SUPPORT
STATE/ ULB
SUPPORT
BENEFICIARY
75% Share in
infrastructure Cost
& 75% interest
subsidy
on
housing loan for
upgradation
of
remaining
kutcha/Semi pucca
DU'S
Subsidised
loan
for
incremental
housing for
(15%+10 remaining
%)Share Semi pucca
in
DU's,
10%
Infrastruc share in Gap
ture Cost filling housing
75% Share in
infrastructure Cost
& 75% interest
subsidy
on
housing loan for
upgradation
of
remaining
kutcha/Semi pucca
DU'S
Subsidized
loan
for
incremental
housing for
remaining
(15%+10 Kutcha/Semi
%)Share pucca DU's,
in
10% share in
Infrastruc Gap
filling
ture Cost housing
In-situ Redevelopment
Models
Provision of Housing & Basic Service
NO
CENTRAL
State/
PRIVATE
based BENEFIC
OF TENABIL DENSI LAND OWNE SLUM to all Households, Where more than
AGEN GOVERNMENT
ULB Bid
DEVELOPER
Households or 50
TYPE SLUM
ITY
TY VALUE RSHIP
TYPE 25% of ACTION
CY
SUPPORT
SUPPORT on No.
ROLE of
IARY
Provision of Housing
Slum with Households(which
ever& isBasic
low)are
Free
Service
to all Households
Households up
Predomina living
in Pucca
Fortowhich
Land
Houses(Ow
Permissible
Density
rest
Availabilit ners
10%
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hip/Rental) Contributi
DU'S
& with basic services only. The Rest of
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Predominan Where more than 25% of
10%
Tenable
Poor
and the FAR up to permissible
Density
Zoning/FSI
offered & onContributiin
tly Kutcha Households
or
50
15% Share
&
average
be provided ever
to Private
partner 75% Viability
&
DU'S & Poormay
Households(which
is low)are
Share inIncentives
in housingbenefit to Housing
on
in
saleinin Pucca
open Market
in the
Gap
private
Infrastruct
Partially
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&
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orTenable
TDR DU,S will be
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50
Tenable
m
Medium Public
re
provided with basic services only
Public
cost
Provision of Housing & Basic Service
Provision of Housing & Basic
toService
all Households,Where
more than
to all Households,Where
25%
of 25%
Households
more than
of Householdsoror 50
Households(which
everever
is low)are
50 Households(which
is
low)are
living
in
Pucca
Households
Slum with living in Pucca Households For which
Slum withpucca
For which
puccaDU,S
Tenable
will
Predomina
Tenable
willDU,S
be provided
Predominan
be
provided
with
basic
services
ntly Kutcha with basic services only.The Rest of
tly Kutcha only.The Rest of the FAR up to
DU'S
& the FAR up to permissible Density
DU'S & Poor permissible Density may be
Tenable
&
Low
&
Low
&
Poor
and
may
be provided to Private partner
Tenable &
and
provided to Private partner for sale
Partially
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in open
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Funding
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RD
Tenable
& &
Tenable
Partially
Partially
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Tenable High
High
re cost
ure cost
Bid based
on No. of
Free
Houses(Ow
Land
ners
10%
Land
10%
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Availability, Bid based on Contributi
,Zoning/FSI offered & on
in
Zoning/FSI No. of Free on
in
Incentives
benefit
to
Housing
&
Incentives Houses(Owner Housing &
Gapincluding
including private
s hip/Rental)Infrastruct
Infrastruct
TDR
owner
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TDR
offered
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cost
Provision of Housing & Basic
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Households
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to
Slum with Provision
Housing
& Basic
Slum
with
Permisible
Density
rest
Households
Predomina to all Households,Where more than
75%
Predominan
may
be
relocated.
Where
more
Share in 15% Share
ntly Kutcha 25%
of
Households
or
50
tly Kutcha than 25% of Households or 50
15% Share
DU'S
& Households(which ever is low)are
housing in housing
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75% Share in in housing
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&
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&&&
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Strategies for slums on
Central Govt. Land
•
The land owning agencies will have the discretion to prepare DPR on its own or in partnership with
Central government, State and KMC.
•
In case, DPR is prepared by the land owning agency on its own and no State share is envisaged, then DPR
may be directly submitted for consideration to the Ministry.
•
Funding pattern and process involved would be similar to those applicable for the State under RAY.
•
For development of slums on Railway, NTPC and SECL land, needs co-ordination of Central government
i.e. MoHUPA.
•
For slums on CSEB, State government will be the facilitator and
•
For Balco, coordinated activity required among Central govt, State govt and Vedanta group.
•
Korba Municipal Corporation will be the prime facilitator for coordination among the various
authorities.
•
The total number of slums in PSU land in Korba is 42, out of which 28 are on SECL Land, 9 on CSEB land
and 5 slums are on Balco land.
TOTAL LAND THAT CAN BE RECLAIMED BY PSUs FROM REDEVELOPING SLUMS =
429.3 Hectares
TOTAL VALUE OF RECLAIMED LAND = 373.17 Crores
HOUSING SCENARIO
Estimation of existing housing shortage
Projection of Housing shortage
YEAR
HOUSING SHORTAGE
INCREMENT
1991
11065
2001
26354
-15289
2011
22118
4236
TOTAL INCREMENT

HOUSING SHORTAGE=HOUSING NEED

80% OF TOTAL HOUSING SHORTAGE LIES IN
Pn= P1 + n X (-5527)
P 2021 = 16591
P 2031 = 11064
30000
EWS & LIG CATEGORY (Assumed)
As 70% of the total household of Korba is
Slum household.

12710 HHs are Kutcha stock under Curative
strategy
Projected Housing need for ESW/LIG
22118
20000
16591
15000
11065
10000
11064
5000
0
YEAR
26354
25000
HOUSING STOCK

-11053
Housing Shortage
1991
2001
2011
2021
2031
11065
26354
22118
16591
11064
2011
2021
2031
17695
13273
8852
PROJECTED HOUSING NEED FOR
EWS/LIG (Dwelling Units)
Preventive strategy
Arrest the formation of Slums in the future.
HOUSING NEED / SHORTAGE
YEAR
PROJECTED HOUSING NEED FOR EWS/LIG (DU)
2015
2021
2031
(17695-12710)=4985
13273
8852
8.34
22.12
14.75
LAND REQUIREMENT (Hectares)
AFFORDABLE HOUSING OPTIONS
IDENTIFIED VACANT LAND
P1- Creation of Affordable housing stock for the urban poor
Parcel 1: Transport
nagar zone with an
area
of
5.91
Hectares
Parcel 2: Transport
nagar main road
with an area of
11.40 Hectares
by increasing the supply of housing based on the housing
need of EWS and LIG through Public housing schemes.
P2- Modifications in Town Planning Regulations





Parcel 3: along
Korba-Rajgamar
road in Kosabari
zone with an area
of 61.13 Hectares

Inclusion of Pro poor policies in Master Plan or Development
Plan.
Special Norms and standards for plots and DU Size, Density, FAR,
Ground Coverage, etc
Review and Modification of Bhumi Vikas Niyam of 1984.
Special Building Byelaws for Low income Housing to be
formulated.
Every new housing project in the city will have reservation of 15%
of residential F.A.R or 35% of dwelling units for EWS/LIG
whichever is higher with a system of cross subsidisation.
Proper formulation and monitoring of the disposal policy of
Public Housing Scheme to ensure proper disposal to the target
group (EWS and LIG).
P3- Implementation of Legislation like introduction of TDR in
State Housing Policy, Social Rental Housing policy, amendment
in existing Rent Control Act etc.
Preventive strategy
[M1]Point 5
Income-Expenditure Profile of Urban Poor
SL
NO
1
2
CATEGORY
(in Rs.)
300040004000
5000
50008000
>8000
Total No.of
Household
s
<2000
2000-3000
Average Monthly Income of slum
Household
7174
17220
4453
3840
1269
2377
36505
20%
47%
12%
11%
3%
7%
100%
Average Monthly Expenditure of
slum Household
8789
17675
3531
2106
2052
2180
36505
24%
48%
10%
6%
6%
6%
100%
Assessment of Affordability of Urban Poor
SOCIO ECONOMIC STATUS
AMOUNT
REMARKS
% HHs
Avg. Monthly Income
Rs 3500
33
Avg. min. Monthly Expenditure
Rs 2800
78
Avg. expenditure on maintenance
of house(annually)
Rs 1500
Excluding property tax and rent, including
repair, maintenance, etc
Avg. rent
Rs 500
Varies as per the location of the slum
AVG. BPL POPULATION IN SLUMS
35%
Unable to afford Housing
33% of slum households has an average monthly income of Rs 3500 whereas 78% households has
average monthly expenditure of Rs 2800. Thus the affordability of people is an average of Rs 500-600
per monthly towards minimum formal housing.
Preventive strategy
Future Affordable Housing Supply
• Central support = Rs 75,000 per EWS/LIG DUs of size upto 40 sqm for housing and
internal development components
• A project size of minimum 250 dwelling units will be considered under the scheme.
• The DUs would be a mix of EWS/LIG-A/LIG-B/Higher Categories/Commercial of which at
least 60 percent of the FAR/ FSI will be used for dwelling units of carpet area of not more
than 60 sqm.
• Currently, the average subsidized cost of a 25 sqm carpet area, DU for the EWS in Korba
is around 3.50 lakhs.
• The carpet area of the LIG has been proposed as 40 sqm and the cost is around 7 lakhs.
COSTING & PRICING OF DWELLING UNITS UNDER AFFPRDABLE HOUSING
EWS
LIG
Cost of DU (Rs)
350000
700000
Price of DU (Rs)
500000
900000
Central Govt. share (Rs)
75000
75000
Beneficiary share (Rs)
425000
825000
Implementing agency
Mode of Implementation
Beneficiary share
State Housing Board & ULB
PPP
Subsidised Loan under RRY
Preventive strategy
Social Rental Housing
EXISTING TREND IN RENTAL HOUSING AS PER MIGRATION PATTERN
Sl.No
1
2
NO. OF HHs
% of Total
Rental HHs
Total no.of
Households
36505
Total no. of Rental HHs
8488
23%
Place of Migration
Number of Years of Stay in this Town/City
0-1
1 to 3
3 to 5
> 5 years
337
323
241
7587
4%
4%
3%
89%
Pattern of Migration
Rural to Urban
4276
Urban to Urban
2611
Others
1601
Seasonal
699
Permanent
6188
Others
1601
50%
31%
19%
8%
73%
19%
PROPOSED O&M MODELS
Surplus model: Management companies
will bid competitively to maintain rental
homes. The company that offers the
highest share of their revenue to KMC will
win.
Lease model: Rental management
companies lease the properties from KMC
for 99 years for a lease premium.
License model: In this model, rental
management companies pay a license fee
to manage the rental housing for 9-10
years.
PROPOSED LEGAL FRAMEWORK
•
•
•
•
Introduction of Social Rental Housing into the Chhattisgarh
State Housing Policy
Amendment of Rent Control Act and Municipal Act.
Introduction of a new state level institution in the form of
Chhattisgarh Social Housing Corporation (CSHC) to be
established who will regulate and monitor the Social Housing
schemes in various cities of the State.
The Municipal Corporation can tackle the challenge of raising
funds for provision of Social Rental Housing by using the
revenues from the sale of upmarket houses as an investment
in a rental housing project. Cross subsidisation, has been
proposed for the implementation of this project.
Preventive strategy
Social Rental Housing
WARDS IDENTIFIED FOR PROVISION OF FUTURE RENTAL HOUISNG
SL NO. WARD NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
EXISTING POPULATION
DENSITY (PPh)
WARD NAME
AREA (ha)
POPULATION
6
Bhilai Khurde Imli Duggi
1738
6974
4
11
Chhattisgarh Rajya Vidyut Mandal 1
329
4849
15
17
Maharana Pratap Nagar
180
5857
33
20
S.E.C.L. Colony
211
5246
25
29
Balko Nagar No. 2
47
4237
90
33
Lalghat
612
6744
11
40
Jaminipali
1298
6936
5
44
Darrikhar
720
7902
11
45
Sarvamangla Nagar
805
6606
8
One Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) to be formed in association with Private or
Government or Semi Government along with Korba Municipal Corporation.
Supply & Demand
side Constraints
SUPPLY SIDE CONSTRAINT
• To increase Land Supply and Availability- (i) Creation of Land Banks / Land sharing through
TP schemes (ii) Monitoring mechanisms for 20-25% land reservation for EWS/LIG
(iii)Relaxation of Building regulations in the Master Plan
• To ease approval processes -Fast Track layout approval systems for slum DPRs and
affordable housing projects (within 30 days) and ease in Building Plan sanction for EWS/LIG
projects.
• To ease Building Rules and increase Rental Housing Supply -Optimize building rules:
IS8888 for buildings and National Building Code 2005 & Rental Housing Reforms as per
National Housing and Habitat Policy, 2007/Reduced property taxes, for rental housing for
the urban poor, higher FSI for rental housing projects and PPP Projects.
DEMAND SIDE CONSTRAINT
Increasing affordability and accessibility, Encourage MFIs, Ease credit linkages
Proposed Investment
under SFCPoA
CURATIVE: COST REQUIREMENT FOR EXISITNG SLUMS(Rs)
SL NO
PHASING IN
YEARS
HOUSING (A)
PHYSICAL
INFRASTRUCTURE
(B)
SOCIAL
INFRASTRUCTURE
©
TOTAL COST X=
(A+B+C)
O&M @4%
DPR & PMC,
Community
[email protected]%
A&OE @2%
TOTAL PROJECT
COST W
1
First
225.08
66.57
7.93
299.59
11.98
8.99
5.99
326.55
2
Second
269.93
71.83
7.92
349.69
13.99
10.49
6.99
381.16
3
Third
320.66
86.04
11.01
417.71
16.71
12.53
8.35
455.30
4
Fourth
172.26
48.78
8.32
229.37
9.17
6.88
4.59
250.01
5
Fifth
227.33
47.84
8.45
283.63
11.35
8.51
5.67
309.16
TOTAL
1215.27
321.07
43.64
1579.98
63.20
47.40
31.60
1722.18
PREVENTIVE: COST REQUIREMENT FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING (Rs)
SL NO
PHASING IN
YEARS
HOUSING (A')
PHYSICAL
INFRASTRUCTURE
(B')
SOCIAL
INFRASTRUCTURE
(C')
TOTAL COST X'=
(A'+B'+C')
O&M @4%
DPR & PMC,
Community
[email protected]%
A&OE @2%
TOTAL PROJECT
COST W'
1
First
256.48
25.56
21.31
303.35
12.13
9.10
6.07
330.66
2
Second
284.57
28.36
23.65
336.58
13.46
10.10
6.73
366.87
3
Third
284.57
28.36
23.65
336.58
13.46
10.10
6.73
366.87
4
Fourth
284.57
28.36
23.65
336.58
13.46
10.10
6.73
366.87
5
Fifth
284.62
28.37
23.65
336.64
13.47
10.10
6.73
366.94
TOTAL
1394.81
139.01
115.91
1649.74
65.99
49.49
32.99
1798.21
TOTAL PROJECT COST UNDER SFCPoA (W+W')= 3520.39
PROPOSED FINANCING
PLAN
FINANCIAL BREAKUP OF PROJECT COST
Centre(%)
State(%)
Housing
75
15
Infrastructure
75
15
ULB(%)
Beneficiary (%)
10
10
Central Govt. Share: 75% on Housing, Infrastructure, DPR preparation, O&M & Consultancy fees
State Govt. Share: 15% on Housing, 15% for Infrastructure
ULB Share: 15% on Infrastructure
Beneficiary Contribution: 10% on Housing.
For slums on PSU Land, PSU has to prepare and submit a proposal for DPR as per SFCPOA
recommendations and submit it to Central Govt, where share of fund to be decided among PSU
& Central Govt.
PROPOSED O&M PLAN
RWAs and CBOs has been formed from each slums through Microplanning conducted in
each slum will be responsible for effective Operation and Maintenance of created
assests.
Proposed Financing
Plan
INVESTMENT REQUIREMENT (Rs)
SL NO
PHASING IN
YEARS
INVESTMENT REQUIREMENT (Rs)
HOUSING
Central Govt
State Govt
INFRASTRUCTURE (PHYSICAL+SOCIAL)
ULB
Beneficiary
Central Govt
State Govt
ULB
Beneficiary
75%
15%
0%
10%
TOTAL
75%
15%
10%
0%
TOTAL
1
FIRST
361.17
72.23
0.00
48.16
481.56
91.03
18.21
12.14
0
121.38
2
SECOND
415.88
83.18
0.00
55.45
554.50
98.83
19.77
13.18
0
131.77
111.79
22.36
14.91
0
149.06
81.84
16.37
10.91
0
109.11
3
THIRD
453.92
90.78
0.00
60.52
605.23
4
FOURTH
342.63
68.53
0.00
45.68
456.83
81.24
16.25
10.83
0
108.31
464.73
92.95
61.96
0
619.63
FIFTH
383.97
76.79
0.00
51.20
511.96
TOTAL SHARE
1957.56
391.51
0.00
261.01
2610.08
5
INVESTMENT REQUIREMENT (Rs)
SL NO
PHASING IN
YEARS
INVESTMENT REQUIREMENT (Rs)
O&M
Central Govt
State Govt
DPR & PMC & Community Mobilisation
ULB
Beneficiary
Central Govt
State Govt
ULB
Beneficiary
75%
15%
10%
0%
TOTAL
75%
25%
0%
0%
TOTAL
1
FIRST
18.09
3.62
2.41
0
24.12
13.57
4.52
0
0
18.09
2
SECOND
20.59
4.12
2.75
0
27.45
15.44
5.15
0
0
20.59
3
THIRD
22.63
4.53
3.02
0
30.17
16.97
5.66
0
0
22.63
4
FOURTH
16.98
3.40
2.26
0
22.64
12.73
4.24
0
0
16.98
5
FIFTH
18.61
3.72
2.48
0
24.81
13.96
4.65
0
0
18.61
TOTAL SHARE
96.89
19.38
12.92
0
129.19
72.67
24.22
0.00
0
96.89
INVESTMENT REQUIREMENT (Rs)
SL NO
PHASING IN
YEARS
A&OE
Central Govt
State Govt
ULB
Beneficiary
0%
75%
25%
0%
TOTAL
1
FIRST
0.00
9.04
3.01
0
12.06
2
SECOND
0.00
10.29
3.43
0
13.73
3
THIRD
0.00
11.31
3.77
0
15.09
4
FOURTH
0.00
8.49
2.83
0
11.32
5
FIFTH
0.00
9.30
3.10
0
12.41
TOTAL SHARE
0.00
48.45
16.15
0
64.59
Proposed Credit Plan
Credit Plan has been formulated based on two
options
1) Loans from Formal Institutes at 10% interest
rate and
2) Availing subsidized loan under RRY & CRGF.
COST OF DWELLING UNIT
Current HH Monthly income = Rs. 5000.
Cost of DU = Rs. 3,50,000/Central Govt. share = Rs. 2,62,500
State Govt. share = Rs. 52,500
Beneficiary contribution = Rs. 35,000
CALCULATION OF EMI IN CASE OF BANK FINANCE
Compound
interest
method
of
calculating the EMI for the housing loan
repayment option, at a 10% interest
rate for loan tenure of 5 years or 60
months, the monthly EMI is calculated
as Rs. 744.
The total interest payable is Rs. 9619
which is 21.56% of the total payment to
be made.
The Principle loan amount of Rs. 35,000
makes for the rest of the 78.44% of the
total payable amount for the bank
which is calculated to be Rs. 44,619.
PROPOSED CREDIT PLAN
Total
Loan
Principal
Interest
(A)
(B)
Y1
5679
3244
8923
29321
16%
744
Y2
6274
2650
8924
23047
18%
744
Y3
6931
1993
8924
16116
20%
744
Y4
7657
1267
8924
8459
22%
744
Y5
8459
465
8924
0
24%
744
Year
Payment
Balance Paid
(A+B)
to EMI
Date
Reform Matrix
MANDATORY REFORMS
SL NO
REFORMS
1
Commitment and willingness to assign mortgageable
and renewable long term (15 years) inheritable lease
rights to slum dwellers who have been a resident of
the slum for more than 5 years
2
Reservation of 15% of residential FAR/FSI or 35% of
dwelling units for EWS/LIG whichever is higher with a
system of cross subsidisation in all future housing
projects.
3
A non-lapsable earmarking of 25% of the budget of
the Municipality to provide basic services to the urban
poor
4
Creating and establishing municipal cadre for
social/community development and urban poverty
alleviation during the plan period.
YEAR 1 (20132014)
YEAR 2 (20142015)
YEAR 3 (20152016)
YEAR 4 (20162017)




Reform Matrix
OPTIONAL REFORMS
SL NO
REFORMS
YEAR 1 (20132014)
YEAR 2 (20142015)
YEAR 3 (20152016)
YEAR 4 (20162017)
1
Formulation of State Policy for Affordability Housing

2
Amendments of Master Plan to provide for inclusive
growth through inclusionary zoning and other
measures for inclusive development

3
Simplification of the processes and procedures of
sanctioning buildings and building byelaws
concerning development and housing projects to
provide single window based quick approvals in order
to reduce transaction costs

4
Amendments in the Rent Control Act balancing the
interest of landlords and tenants

Proposed
Responsibility Matrix
Sl
No.
Stakeholder
Preparatory
Phase
1
State Govt.
Legislation
2
UDD
Funding
3
Town Planning
Policy decision
4
KMC
5
SUDA
6
Housing Board
7
NGOs
Slum Community/
CBOs
8

Communi
ty
Participati
on

Planni
ng
Implementa
tion




Refor
ms

Post
Implementation










Proposed Institutional
Framework
STATE LEVEL: SUDA
ULB LEVEL: KMC
Capacity Building
Plan
COMMUNITY LEVEL
CAPACITY BUILDING PLAN
• Government of Chhattisgarh has planned a Capacity Building Program named National
Institution of Urban Management to impart skill training to the various public agencies and
authorities towards successful implementation of RAY
• Slum level Associations have been identified during SFCPoA preparation from each slum
having atleast 10 people needs to be registered.
• The lead members of these Associations will then collectively form a Federation or
Community Based Organisation
• In order to enhance the capacity of these Associations and Organisations planned outdoor
visits have to be arranged to showcase best practices in Community participation for Slum
development like in Chennai, Madurai, Mumbai etc.
Thank You

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