MASTER PLAN FOR NEW TOWNSHIP

Report
MASTER PLAN
FOR
NEW TOWNSHIP
MOREH, MANIPUR
2012-2032
TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING ORGANISATION, MoUD, GoI
GOVERNMENT OF MANIPUR
WHY MOREH ?
MOREH: GATEWAY TO SOUTH EAST ASIA
POLITICAL
INSTABILITY
TOUGH
TERRAIN
ASIAN HIGHWAY
TAR (1676)
TAR (1067)
TAR (1520)
TAR (1435)
TAR (1000)
SEA ROUTES
LOCATION IN INDIA
AFGHANISTAN
CHINA
SENAPATI
MOREH IS LOCATED IN THE NORTH
EASTERN REGION OF INDIA IN THE
PAKISTAN
STATE OF MANIPUR
TAMENGLONG
NEPAL
OF
ASSAM
NORTHEAST
REGION
IMPHAL
W E
MANIPUR IS BORDERED BY THE
STATES
UKHRUL
BHUTAN
BANGLA
DESH
(WEST),
THOUBAL
INDIA
NAGALAND (NORTH) AND MIZORAM
BISHNUPUR
MOREH
(SOUTH) AND THE COUNTRY OF
CHURACHANDPUR
MYANMAR (EAST)
CHANDEL
MOREH IS LOCATED IN CHANDEL
DISTRICT TO THE SOUTH EAST OF
IMPHAL
CITY
(CAPITAL
BAY OF BENGAL
ARABIAN SEA
OF
MANIPUR)
INDIAN OCEAN
MYANMAR
(BURMA)
REGIONAL CONNECTIVITY
NEARESTOFINTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT
LENGTH
NH IN MANIPUR: 968
KM
IS AT IMPHAL (110 KMS)
AND
NH39:
HAS
PROPOSAL(110KMS)
FOR
MOREH–IMPHAL
UPGRADATION
IMPHAL–DIMAPUR
(215 KM) LINKS
WITH RAILHEAD IN NAGALAND.
LAND UNDER AAI IS SUFFICIENT TO
KARONG SENAPATI
SUPPORT(NEW
INTENSIVE
INTERNATIONAL
NH53
CACHAR
ROAD):
PASSENGER AND GOODS TRAFFIC
BADARPUR-SILCHAR-JIRIBAMIMPHAL (279.5 KMS)
SILCHAR
–
JIRIBAM
TAMENGLONG
–
TUPUL
–
IMPHAL TIPAIMUKH
RAILWAY TO
LINEJESSAMI
IS UNDER
NH150:
VIA BADARPUR
CONSTRUCTION
(2016)
IMPHAL
(523 KMS)
KARIMGANJ
JIRIBAM
CONSIDERATION
(JIRIBAM
– IMPHAL – MOREH) AND
NEED UPGRADATION
IMP.IMP.
IMPHAL
W E
TUPUL
UKHRUL
SILCHAR
TRANS ASIAN RAILWAY MISSING LINK:
IMPHALHIGHWAY
TO MOREH
UNDER
ASIAN
1&2 ARE IS
NH 39
& 53
NH
53
BISHNUPUR
CHURACHANDPUR
NH
150
TO JESSAMI
BHAIRABI
NH
THOUBAL
39
MOREH
CHANDEL
INTERNATIONAL TRADE
ASSOCIATIONS
MEMBER OF:
 ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nations)
 SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) : ACCELERATION OF ECONOMIC
GROWTH IS A CHARTER OBJECTIVE
 BIMSTEC (Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation):
INITIATED WITH THE GOAL TO COMBINE THE 'LOOK WEST' POLICY OF THAILAND AND
ASEAN WITH THE 'LOOK EAST' POLICY OF INDIA AND SOUTH ASIA. COVERS 13 PRIORITY
SECTORS INCLUDING TRADE & INVESTMENT, TECHNOLOGY, ENERGY, TRANSPORT &
COMMUNICATION AND TOURISM.
 MGC (Mekong Ganga Cooperation): AN INITIATIVE BY INDIA AND FIVE ASEAN COUNTRIES
FOR COOPERATION IN THE FIELDS OF TOURISM, EDUCATION, CULTURE, TRANSPORT AND
COMMUNICATION TO DEVELOP FUTURE TRADE AND INVESTMENT COOPERATION IN THE
REGION.
 THE UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMISSION FOR ASIA AND THE PACIFIC
(UNESCAP): WORKS IN AREAS INCLUDING TRANSPORT, TRADE AND INVESTMENT.
APEC ESTABLISHED IN 1989 FOR FACILITATING ECONOMIC GROWTH, COOPERATION, TRADE
AND INVESTMENT IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION. INDIA HAS AN OBSERVER STATUS BUT IS
NOT A MEMBER.
LOOK EAST POLICY
LOOK EAST POLICY INITIATED IN 1991
TRANSFORMING THE NORTH-EAST: HIGH LEVEL COMMISSION REPORT TO THE PRIME
MINISTER, 7 MARCH, 1997 PROMULGATED INCLUSION OF THE “NORTHEAST DEVELOPMENT
CONCERN” AS AN IMPORTANT COMPONENT OF THE POLICY
LOOK-EAST POLICY PHASE 2
ADRESSES BROADER AGENDA OTHER
THAN ECONOMIC ISSUES OF:
 SECURITY COOPERATION
 CONSTRUCTIONG OF TRANSPORT
CORRIDORS
 LINKAGES AND CONNECTIVITY
MAKES RELEVANCE OF INDIA’S NORTH
EAST REGION PROMINENT
INDO – MYANMAR RELATIONS
1951
TREATY OF FRIENDSHIP
1967
STATE VISIT BY PM OF INDIAN
1994
INDO-MYANMAR TRADE AGREEMENT
1995
BORDER TRADE AT MOREH AND TAMU WAS FORMALLY OPENED
2002
INDIAN CONSULATE GENERAL IN MANDALAY RE-OPENED AND
CONSULATE GENERAL OF MYANMAR SET UP IN KOLKATA
2004
JOINT
TASK
FORCE
BETWEEN
UNION
OF
MYANMAR
FEDERATION OF CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
(UMFCCI) AND CONFEDERATION OF INDIA INDUSTRY (CII)
2008
BILATERAL INVESTMENT PROMOTION AGREEMENT (BIPA)
DOUBLE TAXATION AVOIDANCE AGREEMENT (DTAA)
AID FOR CATCLYSMIC CYCLONE NARGIS FROM INDIA
2009
INDIA-ASEAN TRADE IN GOODS AGREEMENT,
2011
1MN. USD AS EARTHQUAKE AID IN SHAN STATE
STATE VISIT BY PRESIDENT OF MYANMAR
2012
STATE VISIT BY PM OF INDIA
KEY PROJECTS
TRANSPORT AND CONNECTIVITY:
 CONSTRUCTION / UPGRADATION OF TAMU-KALEWA-KALEMYO & RHI-TIDDIM ROAD
 KALADAN MULTIMODAL TRANSPORT PROJECT, DEVELOPMENT OF RAIL TRANSPORTATION
AND SUPPLY OF RAILWAY COACHES, LOCOS AND PARTS (M/S RITES) .
 ADSL PROJECT FOR HIGH SPEED DATA LINK IN 32 MYANMAR CITIES (TCIL).
ENERGY:
 ONGC VIDESH LTD. (OVL), GAIL AND ESSAR PRESENT IN MYANMAR ENERGY SECTOR
 MINISTRY OF ELECTRIC POWER-1 (MOEP-1), MYANMAR AND NHPC SIGNED AN
AGREEMENT FOR DEVELOPMENT OF THE TAMANTHI AND SHWEZAYE HYDRO-ELECTRIC
POWER PROJECT IN CHINDWIN RIVER VALLEY (IN SEPTEMBER 2008)
TECHNOLOGY:
 HEAVY TURBO-TRUCK ASSEMBLY PLANT SET UP BY GoI FINANCE (DECEMBER, 2010)
 INDO-MYANMAR INDUSTRIAL TRAINING CENTRE SET UP BY GoI IN PAKOKKU, MYINGYAN
 INDO-MYANMAR CENTRES FOR ENGLISH, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND IT SKILLS
SOCIAL:
 UPGRADATION OF THE ANANDA TEMPLE IN BAGAN, YANGON CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL,
SITTWE GENERAL HOSPITAL,
 ERECTION OF DISASTER PROOF RICE SILOS, ASSISTANCE IN RECONSTRUCTION OF
SCHOOLS IN TARLAY TOWNSHIP (EARTHQUAKE AFFECTED REGION: MARCH 2011 )
ACTION POINTS
 FAST TRACKING ROAD AND RAIL PROJECTS
 HARNESSING HEALTHY FOREIGN RELATIONS
FOR LOCAL DEVELOPMENT (IMAGEABILITY)
 TRANSLATING POLICY INITIATIVES TO
PROJECTS
EXISTING
SCENARIO
MOREH CHARACTERISTICS
MANIPUR WATER RESOURCES:
TOPOGRAPHY:
RUGGED
HILLY
MUNICIPAL AREA: 9 ELECTORAL
BARAK RIVER , MANIPUR RIVER
TERRAIN
WARDS
LOKTAK LAKE
CLIMATE:
SUB-TROPICAL
PREDOMINANTLY
RESIDENTIAL
MAXIMUM 33˙C MINIMUM 4˙C
AND COMMERCIAL
MOREH WATER
RESOURCES:
ANNUAL
AVG. RAINFALL
IS 1040 MM.
SETTLEMENT PATTERN IS LINEAR
PERENNIALAREA:
LOKCHAK
RIVER
FLOWING
W-E
MANIPUR
22327
SQ.
KMS,
ALONG THE MOREH
– IMPHAL
POTENTIAL 27.22
FOR
HYDRO
POWER
POPULATION:
ROAD OR NH 39. LAKH (2011)
GENERATION
STRUCTURES
ARE
SINGLE/
VALLEY
41.2%
DOUBLE STORIED.
10
HILLS
MINERALS:
%
PREVALENT BUILDING
MATERIALS:
CHROMITE, LIMESTONE, IDOCRASE, ROCK
TIMBER AND BAMBOO, ONLY FEW
SALT
RCC
CATEGORY 90
1 ARAKAN OIL BASIN IN
%
WESTERN MARGIN OF MANIPUR
YEAR
58.8% SEX
MOREH
POP
RATIO
SC
ST
HILLS: KUKIS(SOUTH),NAGAS(NORTH)
VEGETATION:
1981
7678
833
VALLEY: MEITIS, MAYANG
TEAK,
BAMBOO,
OAK
1991
9673 PINE, 870
MAYANG:
TAMIL,
PUNJABI,
MARWARI
2001
14962 INDEGENOUS
920
32
7171
ORCHIDS,
HERBS,
SPECIES
NEPALI, BIHARI
52% OF WORKING POPULATION ENGAGED IN
Services
250
200
150
100
50
0
2010-11
PER CAPITA NET SDP (1999-2000): Rs.11,370/
Other Secondary
300
2009-10
PER CAPITA NDP INDIA (199-2000): Rs. 16,047
Manufacturing
350
2008-09
NER)
Primary
400
2007-08
: 10188 CR. (5.2% OF
MANIPUR ECONOMY
2006-07
MANIPUR GSDP
450
2005-06
: Rs. 82.8 LAKH CR.
2004-05
GDP INDIA
RUPEES IN THOUSANDS OF LAKHS
ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
AGRICULTURE
SHARE IN STATE INCOME DECLINED FROM
45% (1980-81) TO 28% (2004-05)
MANIPUR WPR:
JHUM CULTIVATION, SMALL LAND HOLDINGS,
39% (URBAN),
46% (RURAL)
AVG SIZE: 1.23 HA. (1990-91)
PROPORTION OF WORKERS ENGAGED IN
SERICULTURE,
TEA
CULTIVATION
(TEA
BOARD OF INDIA) , HORTICULTURE, RUBBER
CULTIVATION PROMOTED
MANUFACTURING:
57% (RURAL),
83% (URBAN)
TOURISM
A ‘FLOWER ON LOFTY HEIGHTS’, ‘A JEWEL OF INDIA’
‘SWITZERLAND OF THE EAST’,
TOURISM WAS DECLARED AN INDUSTRY IN MANIPUR IN 1987.
FLORA AND FAUNA:
FORESTS AND VEGETATION RANGING FROM SUB ALPINE TO TROPICAL WITTH RARE PLANTS,
OF THE ESTIMATED 600 ORCHID SPECIES FOUND IN THE NER, MANIPUR ALONE HAS AROUND
450 VARIETIES.
THE NATIONAL PARKS AND BIOSPHERE RESERVES OF MANIPUR :
•
KEIBUL LAMJAO, SIROY NATIONAL PARKS
•
YANGPOKPI LOKCHAO WILDLIFE SANCTUARY,
•
BUNNING WILDLIFE SANCTUARY,
•
ZELIAD WILDLIFE SANCTUARY,
•
KEILAM WILDLIFE SANCTUARY AND
•
JIRI- MAKRU WILDLIFE SANCTUARY NEAR JIRIBAM.
OTHER ATTRACTIONS:
LOKTAK LAKE, MOIRANG, INA MEMORIAL, WAITHOU LAKE, THOUBAL,THE KHONGJOM WAR
MEMORIAL, THOUBAL.
INFRASTRUCTURE
WATER SUPPLY: GROUND WATER TAPPED AT HOUSEHOLD LEVEL
NO SEWERAGE/ STORM WATER DRAINAGE / SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
POWER : FROM CENTRAL SECTOR POWER PLANTS LOCATED IN NORTH EAST REGION
NO PLANNED MARKETPLACE IN MOREH
ONLY UNITED BANK OF INDIA HAS AN OPERATIONAL BRANCH AT MOREH
OTHER BANKING AND CREDIT NEEDS MET THROUGH CREDIT SOCIETIES AND
INFORMAL NETWORKS
TELECOM CONNECTIVITY IS POOR DUE TO TERRAIN AND LIMITED COVERAGE
TRANSPORT: BUSES, SUVs PLY BETWEEN MOREH AND IMPHAL
VULNERABILITY TO
DISASTER
EARTHQUAKES:
FALLS IN ZONE V: VERY HIGH DAMAGE RISK ZONE
INTENSITY MSK IX
IS CODE ZONE FACTOR = 0.36
LANDSLIDES:
NH-39, NH-53 AND NH-150 OFTEN BLOCKED BY LANDSLIDES DUE TO
HEAVY RAINFALL
FAULT DEFORMETER INSTALLED ALONG THE ACTIVE TECTONIC
REGION OF INDO-MYANMAR SUBDUCTION AT SENAPATI
ACTION POINTS
 INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADATION
 COMPLIANCE WITH EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT
BUILDING TECHNIQUES
 ESTABLISHMENT OF DIVERSIFIED ECONOMIC
BASE
 INTEGRATION WITH NEW TOWNSHIP
APPROACH
SWOT
OPPORTUNITIES
STRENGHTS
•
•
AIRPORT UPGRADE
AH, TAR NETWORKS
BUS SERVICES TO MANDALAY
ABUNDANT RAW WATER
HYDROPOWER POTENTIAL
TOURISM
SWOT
SWOT
•
•
•
•
TERRAIN
EARTHQUAKE, LANDSLIDE
VULNERABILITY
INSURGENCY
ARMS, DRUGS SMUGGLING
WEAKNESSES
• LACK OF PHYSICAL INFRA
• LACK OF EDU, HEALTH. BANKING,
TELECOM INFRA
• LACK OF INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY
THREATS
EXTERNAL ANALYSIS
INTERNAL ANALYSIS
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
POLITICAL WILL
ENABLING POLICIES FOR TRADE,
INDUSTRY, INFRA
CULTURAL LANDSCAPE
NATURAL HERITAGE
VISION
‘MOREH: A BORDER TRADE INTEGRATED TOWN AS A PRECURSOR FOR
DEVELOPMENT OF THE NORTH EAST REGION AND A PROMOTER OF
TOURISM
TOURISM, SPECIFICALLY IN THE FIELDS OF EDUCATION AND HEALTH.’
INTEGRATED
PRECURSOR
PROMOTER
OFTOWN:
OF
TOURISM:
DEVELOPMENT
THE
ENHANCED
EXISTING
OF
CONNECTIVITY
DEVELOPMENT
THETONORTH
ANDEAST
AT
EASY
MOREH
REGION:
ACCESS
BORDER TRADE
TOWN:
HAS
POTENTIAL
BE DEVELOPED
AS IS
A
ENVISAGED
DEVELOPMENT
SHALL
PROMOTE
TO DUE
BE
OF
TOURISM
INTEGRATED
THE
NORTH
FROM
WITH
EAST
SOUTH
THE
REGION
EAST
NEW TOWNSHIP
ASIA
SHALL
SPECIFICALLY
BETO
CATALYZED
ENSURE
FOR
A
TRADING
HUB
TO THE
PLANNED
CONNECTIVITY
OF
THE
REGION,
COMPREHENSIVE,
FOLLOWING
THE
PURPOSES
CONCENTRATED
OF
SUSTAINABLE
EDUCATION
ECONOMIC
AND
ANDRELATIONS
HEALTH.
INCLUSIVE
ACTIVITY,
THIS
ESTABLISHMENT
PLAN,
WOULD
FACILITATE
IN TURN
OF
FAVORABLE
TERRAIN,
FRIENDLY
WITH
MYANMAR
AND
COORDINATED
FORWARD
BOOST
THESE
AND POLICY.
TWO
BACKWARD
INFRASTRUCTURE
SECTORS
ALLIED
OF THE
SERVICES
DEVELOPMENT
INDIANAND
ECONOMY.
INDUSTRY
AND
CHECK
OTHER
AND
THE LOOK
EAST
ENHANCED CONNECTIVITY
CONVENTIONAL
UNREGULATED
DEVELOPMENT.
SECTORS OF
OF TOURISM
THE AREA
LIKE WITHIN
LEISUREINDIA
TOURISM,
AND
INTERNATIONALLY.
ADVENTURE
TOURISM, CULTURAL, SPIRITUAL AND RELIGIOUS TOURISM
AND NATURE TOURISM.
METHODOLGY
POPULATION
FUNCTION
POLICIES
IS
OF
NOT
A
EXISTING
POPULATION
CHARACTERISTICS
OR
TRENDS
INVESTMENT CLIMATE WILL
DEFINE THE POPULATION
TRADE POLICY
FOREIGN POLICY
SPECIAL
ECONOMIC ZONE
FREE TRADE
ZONE
AGREEMENTS
MoUs
PLANNING
LEGISLATION
T&CP ACT
LAND
ACQUISITION
ACT
DEVELOPMENT
CONTROL
REGULATIONS
THE POPULATION WILL BE
CONNECTIVITY
LIMITED
INTERNATIONAL
NATIONAL
REGIONAL
AIR / RAIL /
ROAD / SEA
BY
THE
ENVIRONMENTAL
CARRYING CAPACITY
RESOURCES
POLICIES
AND
PLANNING
LAWS WILL PAVE THE WAY
FOR THE NEW TOWNSHIP
AT MOREH
DEVELOPABLE
LAND
POTABLE WATER
POWER
CLIMATE
MASTER PLAN
LAND USE
SPACE REQ.
LAND USE
ZONING
DCR
INVESTMENT
PROFILE
INFRA. PLANS
TRANSPORTATIO
N
WATER SUPPLY
SEWERAGE
DRAINAGE
POWER
SOLID WASTE
MANAGEMENT
SECTORS
SHARES
ACTIVITIES
FWD, BKWD
LINKAGES
SOCIAL INFRA.
PLAN
POPULATION
ESTIMATED
NUMBER OF
EMPLOYEES
SERVICE
POPULATION
CARRYING
CAPACITY
POPULATION
INDUSTRY
TRADE
COMMERCE
EDUCATION
HEALTH
SAFETY
SECURITY
TRADE INFRA.
EXIM
FOREX
BANKING
WAREHOUSING
LOGISTICS
TELECOM
TOURISM
HOSPITALITY
INDUSTRY
EDU/MEDI/LEISU
RE/ADVENTURE
/RELIGIOUS
TOURISM
PHASING
COSTING
IMPLEMENTATION
PLAN
FUNDING
ACTION POINTS
 TRANSLATING VISION TO SECTORAL ACTION
PLANS
 ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW TOWNSHIP
ADMINISTRATION
 ENTREPRENEUR CONSULTATIONS
DEFINING
DEVELOPMENT
PARAMETERS
PLAN PERIOD
 TRADE POLICY
 FOREIGN RELATIONS
35
HOUSING
INDUSTRY
COMMERCE
INFRASTRUCTURE
NEW
TOWNSHIP
AT MOREH
AMENITIES
10
20
SECTOR
PLANS
CONNECTIVITY
TRANSPORT
MASTER
PLAN
 INTERNATIONAL
INTERNAL FACTORS
PERSPECTIVE
PLAN
EXTERNAL FACTORS
TRADE CHARACTERISTICS
35
30
EXPORTS IN THOUSAND
25
MILLION USD
20
CHINA,
HONGKONG,
MONGOLIA
GROUP 1
15
GROUP 3
INDONESIA,
SINGAPORE, JAPAN,
PHILLIPINES, KOREA,
TAIWAN, BRUNEI
10
5
GROUP 2
BANGLADESH, MYANMAR,
BHUTAN, MALAYSIA, THAILAND,
VIETNAM, LAOS, CAMBODIA
CHINA,
HONGKONG,
MONGOLIA
50
IMPORTS IN THOUSAND
REGIONAL SIGNIFICANCE
2011-12
2008-09
2005-06
2002-03
1999-00
60
1996-97
0
40
MILLION USD
25-30% OF INDIAN TRADE IS WITH THIS
BANGLADESH,
MYANMAR, BHUTAN,
MALAYSIA,
THAILAND, VIETNAM,
LAOS, CAMBODIA
30
REGION POST LIBERALISATION
INDONESIA,
SINGAPORE, JAPAN,
PHILLIPINES, KOREA,
TAIWAN, BRUNEI
20
REGIONAL INTERDEPENCE
10
EXPORT GREW >500% IN LAST DECADE
2011-12
0
2008-09
LAST
2005-06
IN
2002-03
>850%
1999-00
DECADE
GREW
1996-97
IMPORTS
TRADE ESTIMATES
TRADE
POTENTIAL
THROUGH 100
MOREH(2011-12): 110 BILLION USD
TRADE POTENTIL REALISED (%) IN
DIFFERENT DEVELOPMENT SCENARIOS
FACTORS
AFFECTING
REALISATION OF MOREH’S TRADE
POTENTIAL
 TRANSPORTATION NETWORK
 INVESTMENT CLIMATE
 FOREIGN POLICY
 SAME CASE: TRANSPORTATION
LINKS
FAST
TRACKED
ON
% OF TRADE POTENTIAL
80
ACCELERATED
CASE: +STABLE
FOREIGN POLICY
60
INDUCED CASE:
+ POSITIVE
INVESTMENT CLIMATE
40
SAME CASE:
TRANSPORT
INFRASTRUCTURE
20
0
2011
2021
2031
2041
2051
PRIORITY BASIS
+
TRADE BY ITSELF MAY REDUCE MANIPUR AND MOREH TO
IMPROVEMENT OF INVESTMENT
A TRANSIT POINT BETWEEN ASIA AND THE REST OF INDIA
CLIMATE
WITHOUT CATALYZING GROWTH.
 INDUCED
 ACCELERATED
CASE:
CASE:
FOREIGN POLICY STABILIZED
+
ROLE OF CENTRAL AND STATE GOVERNMENT: HARNESS
DEVELOPMENT IMPULSE, ENSURE CATALYSTIC EFFECT
PLAN AREA, POPULATION
ANNUAL TRADE THROUGH NEW TOWNSHIP AT MOREH
:100 BILLION USD
OPERATIONAL AREA FOR ICP
: 45 HA
OTHER AREA UNDER TRANSPORTATION
: 30 HA
TOTAL AREA UNDER TRANSPORT
: 75 HA
(15% OF TOTAL DEVELOPED AREA)
AREA OF NEW TOWNSHIP AT MOREH
:500 HA
PLAN POPULATION @ 200 PPH (GROSS CITY LEVEL)
: 1 LAKH
FLOATING POPULATION OF TOWNSHIP
: 25000
TOTAL PLAN POPULATION
:1.25 LAKH
ACTION POINTS
 PERSPECTIVE PLAN: A PREREQUISITE FOR
MASTER PLAN OF NEW TOWNSHIP
 INVESTMENTCLIMATE: CHANGING
PERCEPTIONS
 CAPTURING TRADE THROUGH MOREH
EXISTING POLICIES,
SCHEMES
FOREIGN TRADE POLICY (2009-2014)
 MARKET DIVERSIFICATION
INSULATES INDIAN EXPORTS FROM THE DECLINE IN DEMAND FROM DEVELOPED COUNTRIES. FOCUS IS ON
DIVERSIFICATION OF INDIAN EXPORTS TO OTHER MARKETS IN ASIA THROUGH FOCUS MARKET SCHEME AND
MARKET LINKED FOCUS PRODUCT SCHEME
 VISHESH KRISHI AND GRAM UDYOG YOJANA (VKGUY)
COMPENSATES HIGH TRANSPORT COSTS AND OFFSETS OTHER DISADVANTAGES TO PROMOTE EXPORT OF
AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE AND VALUE ADDED PRODUCTS
 TOWNS OF EXPORT EXCELLENCE (TEE)
NEW TOWNS OF EXPORT EXCELLENCE WITH A THRESHOLD OF RS 150 CRORE ARE NOTIFIED WHICH
PRODUCE GOODS OF RS. 750 CRORE AND SHOW POTENTIAL FOR GROWTH IN EXPORTS.
 ASSISTANCE TO STATES FOR DEVELOPING EXPORT INFRASTRUCTURE AND ALLIED ACTIVITIES (ASIDE)
PROVIDES ASSISTANCE TO THE STATES GOVERNMENTS FOR CREATING APPROPRIATE INFRASTRUCTURE
FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND GROWTH OF EXPORTS BY PROVIDING EXPORT PERFORMANCE LINKED
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE.
 EXPORT DEVELOPMENT FUND (EDF)
ASSIST SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES FOR PROMOTION OF EXPORTS FROM THE NORTH-EASTERN REGION
OTHER SCHEMES INCLUDE MARKET ACCESS INITIATIVE (MAI) AND MARKET DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE (MDA)
INFRASTRUCTURE POLICIES
 TRADE INFRASTRUCTURE
LAND PORT AUTHORITY OF INDIA
INTEGRATED CHECK POSTS
LAND CUSTOMS STATION
 POWER:
NATIONAL ELECTRICITY POLICY (NEP), ULTRA MEGA POWER PROJECT POLICY, MEGA POWER POLICY, CERC
POLICY AND TARIFF POLICY
FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI) UP TO 100 PER CENT PERMITTED UNDER AUTOMATIC ROUTE FOR
GENERATION AND TRANSMISSION OF ELECTRIC ENERGY PRODUCED IN HYDROELECTRIC, COAL/LIGNITE
BASED THERMAL, OIL BASED THERMAL AND GAS-BASED THERMAL POWER PLANTS
 POLICY ON HYDRO POWER DEVELOPMENT:
HYDRO POWER POTENTIAL OF NORTH EASTERN REGION IS THE HIGHEST BUT 98% IS UNUTILIZED AND 93% IS
UNTAPPED IN THE STATE OF MANIPUR.
LOKTAK D/S OF 90MW IS SANCTIONED AS AN ADVANCE ACTION SCHEME UNDER THE 10TH FYP.
AS A PART OF POLICY, SMALL AND MINI HYDEL PROJECTS ARE PROMOTED ESPECIALLY AS A SOLUTION TO
HILLY AND REMOTE AREAS WHERE EXTENSION OF GRID SYSTEM IS COMPARATIVELY UNECONOMICAL.
NORTH EAST INDUSTRIAL AND INVESTMENT
PROMOTION POLICY (NEIIPP), 2007
 FISCAL INCENTIVES AND OTHER CONCESSIONS FOR THE NORTH EAST REGION WHICH, REPLACES THE
EARLIER CENTRAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT SUBSIDY SCHEME, 2002, CENTRAL INTEREST SUBSIDY SCHEME,
2002 AND CENTRAL COMPREHENSIVE INSURANCE SCHEME, 2002
 NORTH EAST INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT FINANCE CORPORATION (NEDFI) IS THE NODAL AGENCY
CAPITAL INVESTMENT SUBSIDY RS.1.5 CRORE TO RS.30 CRORES: EMPOWERED COMMITTEE CHAIRED BY
SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL POLICY & PROMOTION
SUBSIDY HIGHER THAN RS.30 CRORES: PLACED BY DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL POLICY AND PROMOTION
BEFORE THE UNION CABINET
 BENEFITS INCLUDE:
• 100% EXCISE DUTY EXEMPTION ON FINISHED PRODUCTS MADE IN THE NORTH EASTERN REGION
• 100% INCOME TAX EXEMPTION
• 3% INTEREST SUBSIDY ON THE WORKING CAPITAL ADVANCED BY THE SCHEDULED BANKS OR
CENTRAL /STATE FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, FOR A MAXIMUM PERIOD OF 10(TEN) YEARS FROM THE
DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF COMMERCIAL PRODUCTION.
• 30% CAPITAL INVESTMENT SUBSIDY
• THE LIMIT FOR AUTOMATIC APPROVAL OF SUBSIDY AT THIS RATE WILL BE RS.1.5 CRORES PER UNIT
• INTEREST SUBSIDY WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE @ 3% ON WORKING CAPITAL LOAN
• 100% INSURANCE PREMIUM REIMBURSEMENT
ACTION POINTS
 CAPITALISING ON SCHEMES AND POLICIES TO
DEVELOP NEW TOWNSHIP AT MOREH
 LEVERAGING POLICIES TO ESTABLISH ECONOMY
 SELF SUFFICIENCY IN POWER
 SEAMLESS, UNINTERRUPTED, TELECOM
CONNECTIVITY
SITE
CHARACTERISTICS
THE EFFECT OF A BORDER
ON A TRANSPORTATION NETWORK
LIMITED CROSSINGS RESULT IN DISCONTINOUS
INTERRUPTED
TRANSPORT
NETWORKS
AND
HIGH
TRAFFIC FLOW
CONGESTION AND VULNERABILITY
BORDER FACILITIES ARE EXPENSIVE TO BUILD
AND MAINTAIN
BORDER FACILITY
THIS PROBLEM IS EXACERBATED WHEN A RIVER
INTERNATIONAL
BORDER
FORMS THE BORDER
BORDER FACILITY
MOREH IS A BORDER WITH INTERNATIONAL RAIL
AND ROAD CONNECTIVITY WITH PART OF THE
BORDER FORMED BY A RIVER IN UNDULATING
TERRAIN.
INTERRUPTED
TRAFFIC FLOW
NEW TOWNSHIP: TENTATIVE
SITE
IMPHAL
STRETCH
WITHIN MOREH
TOWN
STRETCH
FROM MOREH
TO SITE
GREENFIELD SITE
THOUBAL
CONNECTED VIA MOREH TOWN TO
NH 39
PLAIN
STRETCH
FROM IMPHAL
TO MOREH
TAMU
TOWN
UNDULATING LAND WITH GENTLE
SLOPES
PALEL
ADJACENT
TO
EXISTING
MOREH
TOWN
TENGNOUPAL
HILLY
STRETCH
FROM IMPHAL
TO MOREH
MOREH
SITE
OUTLINE
DEVELOPMENT PLAN
DEVELOPMENT CONCEPTS
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT:
COMPACT, WITHIN CARRYING CAPACITY
INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT:
AS PER SAFETY GUIDELINES, AFFORDABLE HOUSING
TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT:
PLANNED ALONG 2 RING ROADS, PEDESTRIAN FRIENDLY
ZERO WASTE CITY:
SELF SUSTAINED SWM CYCLE
WATER SUFFICIENT:
RAIN WATER HARVESTING, WASTE WATER RECYCLING
OUTLINE DEVELOPMENT
PLAN:
TRANSPORT
PLAN:
LAND USE
NETWORK
STP
UNIVERITY
HOSPITAL
ADMINISTRATIVE
OFFICES
CULTURAL
CENTERS
LOW DENSITY
RESIDENTIAL
ICD
COMMERCIAL
FUTURE
DEVELOPMENT
WHOLESALE
COMMERCIAL
MEDIUM
DENSITY
RESIDEN.
4%
13%
LOGISTICS
HIGH
DENSITY
RESIDENTIAL
FUTURE
DEVELOPMENT
GREEN
26%
RECREATION
RESIDENTIAL
3% UTLITY
3% CUSTOMS
SEZ
TRANSPORT
INSTITUTIONAL
14%
SEZ
IND COMM.
6%
3%
13%
15%
AREA STATEMENT
LAND USE
MEDIUM HILL*
MEDIUM PLAIN*
TOWNS (%)
TOWNS* (%)
NEW TOWNSHIP AT MOREH
(%)
(HECTARES)
RESIDENTIAL
48-52
40-45
26.12
196.52
COMMERCIAL
2-3
3-4
12.93
12.93
INDUSTRIAL
4-5
8-10
9.09
26.36
(3.50+5.59)
42.07
8-10
10-12
20.90
131.46
(17.48+3.42)
25.71
15-18
18-20
13.49
101.50
5-6
12-14
13.62
102.47
8-10
BALANCE
3.85
28.94
PUBLIC – SEMI
PUBLIC
RECREATIONAL
TRANSPORT &
COMMUNICATION
GREEN, WATER
CATCHMENT,
RECHARGE
AREAS, ETC.
* AS PER U.D.P.F.I. GUIDELINES
ACTION POINTS
 CROSS CHECK FOR SPACE REQUIREMENTS
 COORDINATION BETWEEN DEPARTMENTS FOR
INTEGRATED TOWNSHIP, SINGLE WINDOW
SYSTEMS
 HIGHLIGHT SPECIAL NEEDS/ CONSTRAINTS FOR
SECTORS
INPUTS
REQUIRED
 LEGAL INSTRUMENTS: PLANNING ACTS, BYE
LAWS
 DEMAND ESTIMATION: DEPARTMENT WISE FOR
ALL SECTORS
 SPECIAL CONSTRAINTS: CULTURAL, BORDER
AREAS, TERRAIN, OTHER
THANK
YOU

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