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KOTOOLI
WET LANDS
THE SITE
AROUND 247 ACRES OF WATER LOGGED
AREA, POPULARLY KNOWN AS KOTTULI
WETLAND
SURROUNDED BY:
• NEW BYE-PASS ROAD ON EAST
• INDIRAGANDHI ROAD ON SOUTH
• MINI BYE-PASS ON WEST
• WYNAD ROAD ON NORTH.
• CANOLI CANAL CONNECTS THIS LAND TO
TWO MAJOR RIVERS OF KOZHIKODE
CHARACTER OF THE REGION
URBAN CHARACTER
MANGROOVES & WATER LOGGED AREAS
ROADS & HIGH RISE BUILDINGS ON WEST
RETAINING WALLS OF THE CANAL WELL MAINTAINED
POLLUTION LEVEL- VERY HIGH
ACTIVITIES- MEETINGS AND COMMERCIAL
INTERACTION - LOW
W E T L A N D A R E A S – ITS IMPORTANCE
•
IMPROVES WATER QUALITY DUE TO NATURAL
PROCESSES
•
HOME FOR NUMEROUS FLORA AND FAUNA DRAINAGE
BASIN
•
MAINTAINS CITY’S ECOLOGICAL BALANCE
•
SPECIES PRESERVATION AND BIO DIVERSITY
•
ENVIRONMENTAL LEARNING OPPURTUNITIES
•
VERY VALUABLE AS SOURCES, SINKS, AND
TRANSFORMERS OF A MULTITUDE OF CHEMICAL,
BIOLOGICAL AND GENETIC MATERIALS
•
PLAYS AN IMPORTANT ROLE IN CONTROLLING
POLLUTION, FLOOD AND RECHARGING GROUND
WATER AQUIFERS.
ECONOMIC PROTOTYPE
- SITE VALUES NEAR WETLANDS
WET LANDS
HUMAN INTERVENTIONS
URBAN WETLANDS–HUMAN INTERVENTIONS
DAVIS WETLAND PARK – CALIFORNIA
400 ACRES
DESIGNED HABITATS AND
CONSERVATION ZONES
MAINTAIN THE ECOLOGIAL BALANCE
OF THE CITY
THERE ARE FIVE TYPES OF HABITAT INCLUDING
OPEN WATER HABITAT SERVES AS REFUGE AND
BROODING WATER FOR WINTERING AND RESIDENT
WATERFOWL
SEASONAL
WETLANDS
AND
MUDFLATS
HOST
SHOREBIRDS, MIGRANT AND RESIDENT SONGBIRDS, AND
AN ARRAY OF MAMMALS
THE GRASSLANDS AND RIPARIAN WOODLAND SUPPORT
ALL NATIVE PLANTS. GRASSLANDS AND WOODLANDS
ARE IMPORTANT HABITAT FOR BIRDS-OF-PREY, SONG
BIRDS, MAMMALS, REPTILES AND NESTING WATERFOWL
BEFORE
CURRENTT
AS THE TREES IN THE RIPARIAN WOODLANDS MATURE
THEY WILL FUNCTION AS WIND BRAKES TO HELP REDUCE
EROSION IN THE WETLANDS.
URBAN WETLANDS–HUMAN INTERVENTIONS
TIN SHUI WAI –
HONG KONG
ECOLOGICAL MITIGATION
AREA ( EMA)
64 ACRES
BEFORE
AFTER
•
ECO TOURISM ZONE
•
AN EDUCATION AND RECREATION VENUE
•
THEME ON THE FUNCTIONS AND VALUES OF
WETLANDS FOR USE BY LOCAL RESIDENTS
AND OVERSEAS VISITORS
•
A WORLD CLASS ECO-WETLAND PARK
FLORA
AND
FAUNA
FLORA & FAUNA
FLORA
•
7 MANGROVE SPECIES
•
2O MANGROVE ASSOCIATES
•
COCONUT TREES
FLORA & FAUNA
FAUNA
•
20 - WATER BIRDS SPECIES
•
2 - SPECIES OF BIRDS ASSOCIATED WITH WATER
•
3 - SPECIES OF BIRDS ASSOCIATED WITH WATER
LOGGED WEEDS
•
9 - SPECIES OF LAND BIRDS 11 SPECIES OF
FISHES
•
1 - SPECIES OF PRAWN
•
1 - CRAB SPECIES
PRESENT STATUS
NEDUNGOTTUR
55p,54p,46p,45,5857,
63,64p,65,70,69p71,
72,73p,74,75,76,77
KOTTULI
1,2,7p,8p,9,62,63,
64,61,57,56,65,66,67
KASABA
512p,515p,516p,545p
518,519p,517p,1005p
1004p,1006p,988,989p,9
90p
LAND
AREA
KWA
89.19acres
Government
37.25acres
Private
120.12acres
TOTAL
246.56
CHARACTER
SITE VIEW
VIEWS & VISTAS
THE BUILT –UNBUILT DIAGRAM
CANAL
BUILDABLE AREA
WATER LOGGED AREA
MEDIUM INTERVENTION
ZONE
IMPORTANCE OF THE SITE
CALICUT CITY - GROWTH PATTERN
A SOLUTION
BY
DE S I G N
DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS
•
ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY
•
SITE FEASIBILITY
•
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
•
CULTURAL, HISTORICAL AND
ECONOMICAL IMPACTS
•
TOURISM
DESIGN CONC
EPT
“A LIVING MUSEUM”HISTORY WALK THROUGH THE
AGES
EACH SPACE BEING A TESTIMONY
OF ITS TIME, CULTURE & PEOPLE
SPACE ALLOTED CAN BE
DEVELOPED BY RESPECTIVE
EMBASSIES/ PEOPLE FORUM/
GOVERNMENTS/ PRIVATE
AGENCIES
ATTRACTS TOURIST FROM ALL
PART OF THE WORLD
MINIMUM FINANCIAL BURDEN
BROAD LEVEL DEVELOPMENT SCHEME
PROPOSED GALLERY CUM
CENTRAL TOURISM INFORMATION
CENTER
CONTROLLED DEVELOPMENT ZONE OVER
THE EDGES/ NEIGBOURHOOD OF THE
WETLAND PARK
MANGROVE AFFORESTATION
RESIDENTIAL ISLANDS
PROPOSED BIRD WATCHING AREA
/BIRD SANCTUARY
TO ELATHUR ESTUARY VADAKARA
KALARI ZONE
NORTH MALABAR FOLK ART ZONE
EXHIBITION SPACES AND
LIVING MUSEUM WITH
CULTURAL / HISTORIC SPACES
/STALLS
“VILLAGE”
PERIPHERAL WALKWAYS
PROPOSED
RAISED
WALKWAYS
PROPOSED
BRIDGE
PROPOSED FOOD
COURT
PARKING AND COMMERCIAL FACILITIES
WITH CONTROLLED DEVELOPMENT
PROPOSED PLAZA
PROPOSED BOATING PAVILION
PRESENT GARDEN
AREA TO BE
DEVELOPED AS
NATURE
INTERPRETATION
CENTER WITH VIEW
POINTS/PERIPHERAL
WALKWAYS
PROPOSED KALIPOIKA WITH
FOOD KIOSK AND BOAT JETTY
KALLAI INDUSTRIAL ZONE
BEYPORE PORT ZONE ,
KOTTAKAL AYURVEDIC ZONE
THE BUILT – A CONCEPT
DREAM CITY TO BECOME A REALITY!!!!
WHAT HAS TO BE DONE ?
•
AUTHORITIES TO FINALISE/ACQUIRE THE SITE WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT
•
A DETAIL SURVEY AND CONTOUR MAPPING
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STRICT DEVELOPMENT MEASURES AND CONTROLS TO PREVENT FURTHUR RECLAMATION AND FILLING UP OF LAND
•
STRICT GUIDELINES AND DEVELOPMENT MEASURES TO BE ENFORCED FOR NEIGHBOURHOOD SITES, WITHIN AND
OUTSIDE SITE BOUNDARY TO PREVENT HAPHAZARD DEVELOPMENT
•
•
MANGROVE PROTECTION/AFFORESTATION AND WATER BODY CONSERVATION
RECONSTITUTING THE WATERBODY NETWORK TO FACILITATE EFFECTIVE NATURAL PROCESSESS
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INTEGRATION OF THE PROJECT WITH THE PROPOSED CANOLY CANAL DEVELOPMENT SCHEME AND KALIPOIKA
DEVELOPMENT
•
UNIFICATION OF ACTIVITIES DONE BY VARIOUS AGENCIES AND FORMING A CENTRAL CO-ORDINATING AGENCY
AS A PROFESSIONAL BODY
•
INCORPORATING THE PROJECT IN INTERNATIONAL ECO–TOURISM MAP
METHODOLOGY
A DETAIL DESIGN SCHEME TO BE FORMULATED ANALYSING THE
RESULTS OF . . .
CONTOUR MAPPING
LAND AVAILABILITY
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STUDY DONE BY CWRDM
ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY STUDY
VARIOUS RELATED PROJECTS AND SCHEMES

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