Bilaspur

Report
RAJIV AWAS YOJANA
PRESENTATION ON
SFCPoA –BILASPUR, C.G.
CONSULTANT-
WAPCOS LIMITED
(A Govt. of India Undertaking)
NODAL AGENCYSTATE URBAN DEVELOPMENT
AGENCY, RAIPUR C.G.
IMPLEMENTING AGENCY-
BILASPUR MUNICIPAL
CORPORATION (C.G.)
Contents
 Introduction to Bilaspur City
SFCPoA Fact Sheet
Approach & Methodolgy of SFCPoA
Socio-Economic Survey.
GIS Mapping
Data Analysis.
Housing .
Population Projection.
Funding
Introduction to Bilaspur
 Bilaspur city, is the second largest city in the state of Chhattisgarh, spread over
an area of 30.24 sqkm with a population of 3,30,106 (2011 Census) ,No of Wards66
 The High Court of Chhattisgarh is also located in the city, zonal HQ of S.E.C.
Railway, power plants – NTPC,
Planning area (urban aglomaration )  includes BMC, 2 ULB, 29 Villages
Total Population of UA /Planning area – 5,07,507
 Total No of Slums – 134
 Total Slum Population – 1,71,301( 34%)
SLUM LOCATION MAP
SFCPoA FACT SHEET
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
Chhattisagrh
Bilaspur , 5,07,507 (Planning Area)
Bilaspur Municipal Corporation
State Urban Development Agency
WAPCOS Ltd. (A Govt. of India
Undertaking)
SFCPoA HIGHLIGHTS
1
a
i
ii
b
c
PROFILE
Number of Identified Slums
Notified
Non Notified
Slum Population, % of total
Slum Households
134
55
79
1,71,301, 33.74%
44005
Contd..
2
CURATIVE STRATEGY
a
Tenable Slums
70
b
Untenable Slums
63
c
Semi Tenable Slums
1
Total
134
d
Development Options Mix
1
In-situ Redevelopment
60
2
In-situ Up-gradation
9
3
Relocation
30
Being covered Under IHSDP/VAMBAY
(Delisted)
Total
35
134
Contd..
INVESTMENT REQUIRED AND PHASING (CURATIVE )
Particulars
Number of Slums
(99 nos)
Housing (Amount)
Physical
Infrastructure
Social Infrastructure
Total (Housing +
Infrastructure) : (A)
O & M Cost, DPR,
PMC and Community
Mobilization & A&OE
(B) @ 16% (including
Contingency@ 2%)
Total Cost (C )=(A) +
(B)
1st Phase
Year
(2014-2018)
2nd Phase
Year
(2015-2018)
3rd Phase
Year
(2016-2020)
4th Phase
Year
(2017-2022)
Total Rs.
(in Crore)
57
11
16
15
468.10
260.90
336.92
291.98
1357.90
100.12
52.98
70.60
59.29
282.99
12.49
8.74
8.75
9.78
39.76
580.71
322.62
416.27
361.05
1680.65
92.90
51.62
66.61
57.78
268.91
673.61
374.24
482.88
418.83
1949.55
Contd..
PREVENTIVE STRATEGY
Projected Housing Shortage for Urban Poor upto 2029 (Housing)
Particulars
Housing (Amount)
Physical Infrastructure
Social Infrastructure
Total (Housing +
Infrastructure) : (A)
O & M Cost, DPR, PMC
and & A&OE (B) @
11% (Including
Contingency and
Excluding Community
mobilization)
Total Cost (C )=(A) + (B)
12075 Nos
INVESTMENT REQUIRED AND PHASING (PREVENTIVE)
1st Phase
2nd Phase
3rd Phase
4th Phase
Year
Year
Year
Year
(2014-2016)
(2016-2018)
(2018-2020)
(2020-2022)
5th Phase Total Rs.
Year
(in Crore)
(2022-29)
54.99
11.17
1.84
60.23
12.23
2.02
65.47
13.30
2.19
70.70
14.36
2.37
284.13
57.70
9.52
535.52
108.76
17.94
68.00
74.48
80.96
87.43
351.35
662.22
7.48
8.19
8.91
9.62
38.64
72.84
75.48
82.67
89.87
97.05
389.99
735.06
Contd..
INVESTMENT DETAILS FOR CURATIVE & PREVENTIVE
(Figures in Crore)
Strategy
Curative
(new + upgradation)
Preventive
Total
Number Housing
of Units Cost: (A)
Physical and Social
Infrastructure Cost: (B)
Total Cost
(C) = (A) +
(B)
O & M Cost, DPR, PMC,
Community mobilisation
& A&OE: (D)
Total
Cost :
(C) + (D)
36996
1357.89
322.75
1680.64
268.91
1949.55
12075
49071
535.52
1893.41
126.70
449.45
662.22
2342.86
72.84
341.75
735.06
2684.61
INVESTMENT DETAILS FOR HOUSING & INFRASTRUCTURE
Particulars
Housing
Infrastructure Requirement
Total
Total Base Cost: (A)
DPR, PMC, O&M &
Other Cost (B):
Total Funding Requirement
(C)= (A) +(B)
1893.41
276.17
2064.29
449.45
65.58
620.33
2342.86
341.75
2684.61
Contd..
Sharing Pattern (In Percentage terms)
Component
MoHUPA
State Government
75%
15%
Housing (Curative + Preventive)
Infrastructure (Curative + Preventive)
75%
15%
ULB
0%
Beneficiary
10%
10%
0%
Sharing Cost for the Curative & Preventive Strategy
(Figures in Crore)
MoHUPA
State Government
ULB
Beneficiary
Total
Housing
Infrastructure
Contingency 2%
O & M Cost @ 4%
1420.07
337.08
35.14
70.29
284.01
67.42
11.71
23.43
0
44.95
0
0
189.34
0
0
0
1893.42
449.45
46.85
93.72
DPR, PMC, TPIM, Social
Audit & A&OE @ 5%
87.86
29.28
0
0
117.14
Community Mobilization &
Transit Accommodation @
5%
63.02
21.01
0
0
84.03
Total
2013.46
436.86
44.95
189.34
2684.61
Contd..
SFCPoA: Strategy
CURATIVE STRATEGY
 Assessment of present status of slums
 Slum listing
 Slum survey
 Data profiling of slum-MIS
 Mapping of slums using GIS
 Integration of GIS and MIS
 Categorization of all slums based on tenability
 Prioritization of tenable and untenable slums
 Stakeholder Consultations including active Community
Engagement
 Formulation of slum development options
 Detailed analysis of prioritized slums
 Formulation of development options
PREVENTIVE STRATEGY
• Estimating Urban Poor Housing Shortage &
Identifying Supply & Demand Constraints
• Framing Future Supply Strategy and Suggest
Reforms
• Suggesting Reforms to ease identified Supply and
Demand Constraints in Urban Poor Housing
SLUM SURVEY: with Community Participation
Discussion made:


Objective of the scheme and the contribution of the beneficiaries
Type of houses to be built and facilities to be provided
DOOR TO DOOR SOCIO-ECONOMIC SURVEY
 Allotted unique Household no.
 Filling up prescribed format of NBO
 Collected livelihood details
Quality Checking BY BMC, BILASPUR
GIS MAPPING
GEO-REFERENCED BASE MAP
SLUM LOCATION MAP
SLUM BASE MAP
GIS – MIS INTEGRATION
 MIS Join shape file is to be imported in slum base map.
DATA ANALYSIS BY THE
GEOGRAPHICAL
INFORMATION SYSTEM
(GIS)
•MIS table is to be joined to the GIS base map with unique field.
VIEW OF GIS-MIS INTEGRATION
SLUM PROFILE -DATA ANALYSIS
HOUSING STATUS
S.N
1
2
3
Structure
Pucca
Semi pucca
Kutcha
Total
H.H (No)
3684
16189
24152
44,005
Percentage (%)
8.38
36.74
54.88
100
Housing Status w.r.t. Slums H.H
8%
55%
37%
1 Pucca
2 Semi pucca
3 Kutcha
LAND OWNERSHIP OF THE SLUMS
S. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Total
77
No. of slums
27
01
77
08
07
01
02
01
10
134
Land Ownership
27
Trust
Private
10
PWD
1
Reserve
Forest
2
Nazul
1
Railway
(Central
Govt.)
7
C.G. Govt.
8
BMC/Colleg
e
1
BMC
100
80
60
40
20
0
Land Ownership
BMC
BMC/Govt. College
C.G. Govt.
Railway (Central Govt. )
Nazul
Reserved Forest
PWD
Private Trust
Private
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
POPULATION DETAIL BASED ON CATEGORY
S. No.
1
Total No
of Slums
134
Percentage
General
population
SC
ST
OBC
population population population
Total
Population
21093
40078
18049
92081
171301
12%
23%
11%
54%
100%
Population (Caste Wise)
12%
54%
23%
11%
General
SC
ST
OBC
DETAILS OF CATEGORY, RELIGIOUS & HANDICAPPED PERSON
10%
23%
9%
Christen
Jainism
Buddhism
No of Physically
Challenged
On of Mentally
Challenged
17130 39399 15417 99355 39182 3952
Handicapped (HH)
Sikh
Muslim
Hindu
Religious (HH)
OBC
ST
SC
General
Caste (Population)
414
392
53
13
929
125
58% 89.04% 8.98% 0.94% 0.89% 0.12% 0.02%
0.65%
0.09%
OCCUPATIONAL PROFILE OF SLUMS DWELLERS
S.
No.
Occupations
No of
H.H.
(%) of
Total
HH
1
Self employed
3105
7
2
Salaried
1625
3.69
Occupational Profile of
Slums Dwellers
7%
4%
19%
Self employed
Salaried
Casual labour
3
Casual labour
31041
70.59
4
Others
8234
18.72
44005
100
Total
Others
70%
TENURE STATUS OF SLUMS
Tenure
No of Slums
1- Secure Tenure ( More than 60 % Patta)
17 Slums
2- In- Secure Tenure (Less than 60 % Patta)
117 Slums
Total Slums
134
SAMPLE COPY OF TEMPORARY PATTA
3X3 MATRIX ANALYSIS
 Parameters :
 Land tenure Status : Legal status of land ownership.
 Housing Conditions
Existing quality of Housing and Infrastructure conditions
 Infrastructure Availability
Matrix Analysis Code
Matrix Analysis Code
311
312
INFRASTRUCTURE SCENARIO IN SLUMS
Water Supply
Available Infrastructure
Slum
Sanitation
Available Infrastructure
Slum
Drainage
Available Infrastructure
Slum
Road
Available Infrastructure
Slum
Solid Waste Management
Available Infrastructure
Slum
Medium (35-70%)
37
Low (Below 35%)
97
Total slums
134
Medium (35-70%)
Low (Below 35%)
Total slums
33
101
134
Medium (35-70%)
Low (Below 35%)
Total slums
51
83
134
Medium (35-70%)
Low (Below 35%)
Total slums
62
72
134
Medium (35-70%)
Low (Below 35%)
Total slums
78
56
134
Social Facilities
Details
Nos
High
School
18
Primary Health
Center
5
Govt.
Hospital
8
Primary
School
36
Anganwadi
Total slums
103
134
Housing
HOUSING PATTERN
 Housing
Pattern: It is based on existing housing area, residential
density and F.A.R
 Possible Density Options:
Covered
area
Carpet
area (Sq.m.)
(Sq. m.)
30
25
No. of
F.A.R
Floors
G+2(Can be extended within
prescribed F.A.R)
Possible
Density
(DU/Ha)
1
300
D.U.PLAN OF ASHOK NAGAR SLUM -Pilot DPR
CARPET AREA- 25 SQM. AND BUILT-UP AREA.-30SQM.
PROSPECTIVE VIEW
BLOCK PLAN
POPULATION PROJECTION
PROJECTED POPULATION OF URBAN AGGLOMERATION AREA
Year
Urban
(UA)
Census
2001
Census
-2011
(UA=
(UA=BMC BMC+4
+1no OG nos OG
Village)
villages)
294458
349107
Growth
(UA=
Rate Population BMC+ 29
%(2001- of 25 no
nos OG
2011) villages,
villages)
added to
Under
UA in
Survey
2012.
RAY
18.5
158400
 Projected Population
 Year 2021 -590943
 Year 2031- 674379
 Decadal growth rate for the period 2001 to 2011:
 Urban population-18.5 %
 Rural population – 39.39 %
2021
(UA)
2031
(UA)
5,07,5,07 590943 674379
ESTIMATED SLUM POPULATION OF URBAN AGGLOMERATION
AREA (PERSPECTIVE 20 YEARS)
Year
Census- Census- Growth
2001
2011
Rate %
Urban 110336
Village
Total 110336
128794
128794
17
-
Survey2013
Growth
Rate %
2021
101246
70055
171301
17
30
47
118458
91072
209529
 Projected Population
 Year 2021 -209529
 Year 2031-256989
 Decadal growth rate of for the period 2001 to 2011:
 Urban population-17%
 Rural population – 39.39 %
Note : Decadal growth of rural population is assumed as 30 %
Growth 2031
Rate %
17
30
47
138596
118394
256989
TOTAL HOUSING AND LAND REQUIREMENT FOR
CURATIVE AND PREVENTIVE STAGE
1
Curative 2014-2022
Total Housing
Requirement
36993 DUs
2
Preventive 2014-2029
12075 DUs
S. No
Stage
Total
Period
49068 DUs
 Year of Projection –2014-2029
 Maximum Density- 300HH/Ha
 Norms adopted: Bhumi Vikas Niyam,1984..
Land
Requirements(Ha)
34.06 (For Relocation )
53.66 (For New
Housing)
NO OF SLUMS PHASE WISE & PHASING CRITERIA
Curative Stage
No. of Slums
Phase
Phasing
Year
Total HH
Phasing Criteria
Hazardous Slums, Small Size (200 HH) Slums ,
ARPA River (200m. Buffer Area Restricted for
the River Front Development Plan ) and BMC
Land ownership
Government Land With High and Medium
Density Slums (More than 100 HH/Ha.)
1st Phase
57
2014-2018
14433
2nd phase
11
2015-2018
6974
16
2016-2020
8549
Government Land with low Density Slums (Less
than 100HH/Ha)
4th phase
15
2017-2022
7037
Under Railway Education and Forest Land
Ownership
Total Housing
Requirement in Curative
stage
99
-
36993
3rd phase
Prevention Stage
Total HH
Total Housing Requirement in Preventive Stage in 15 years (20142029)
12075
Total Housing Requirement up to- 2029, both in Curative stage
& Preventive Stage
49068
Remarks
To be developed on State Govt. land
& 15 % Reserved for the EWS land.
FUNDING
SHARING OF THE PROJECT COST
Sharing of the Project Cost:
 Central Government
-75 percent of the cost of provisions of basic civic and social infrastructural
amenities and housing including O&M of assets created under the scheme.
 State Government
– 15 percent of the cost of provision of housing and infrastructure and civic
amenities and O&M assets.
 ULB’s Share
- 10 percent of the cost of infrastructure and civic amenities and O&M assets.
 Beneficiary Share
- Minimum 10-12 percent of the cost of housing.
(10 percent in the case of GEN/SC/ST/BC/OBC/PH and other weaker sections)
IMPLEMENTATION PHASING OF SLUMS
& FUNDING REQUIREMENT FOR CURATIVE &
PREVENTIVE SATGE
S.
No
Phase(Year)
1 Phase-I
No. of
No. of DUs
DUs
Proposed
Preventive
Proposed
Curative
No of
under RAY
(Amount in
under
(Amount in
Slums
(AHP)crore )
RAYcrore)
Preventive
Curative
Stage
Stage
14433
1610
57
673.61
75.48
Total
Amount
( in crore)
749.09
2 Phase -II
11
6974
1610
374.24
82.67
456.91
3 Phase –III
16
8549
1610
482.87
89.87
572.74
4 Phase -IV
15
7037
1610
418.83
97.05
515.88
-
-
5635
1949.55
389.99
735.06
389.99
2684.61
Phase -V(20225 2029) after Scheme
Time Line)
Total
99
36993
12075
Thank you
TENABILITY STATUS
Sl.
No.
1
2
3
Tenability
Tenable
Slum
Un-tenable
Slum
Semi-tenable
Slum
Total
No of
Slums
70
63
1
134
LAND VALUE OF SLUMS
 Land values records have been collected from Registrar office,
Bilaspur
 Categorized into high Medium & low valued land
S. No.
1
2
3
Land Value
Categorization
High
Medium
Low
Source-Registrar office, Bilaspur
Range of land
value(Rs./Ha.)
More than 0.99 Crore
No of
Total
89
Between 0.50-0.99 Crore
Less than 0.50 Crore
29
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