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URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING STUDIO

PORTFOLIO KRUNAL CHAKALASIYA 1 (PP0001917)


WHAT IS INFRASTRUCTURE? SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE HEALTHCARE EMERGENCY SERVICES CREMATORIUM EDUCATION CENTRES GARDEN AND PARKS

DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURE E- GOVERNANCE INTERNET TO WIRELESS TELECOM TOWERS DATA CENTERS

ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE STREET LIGHTS WIND ENERGY SOLAR PANELS TRANSFORMERS POWER STATIONS GAS CYLINDERS OR PIPELINES PETROL PUMP

PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE WATER - SUPPLY STORM WATER MANAGEMENT RAIN WATER HARVESTING SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT SEWAGE

LOGISTICS INFRASTRUCTURE E- LOGISTICS WAREHOUSES AGRO LOGISTICS INDUSTRIAL LOGISTICS


STUDIO OBJECTIVE

INFRASTRUCTURE INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK

CITY PROFILE

SECTORAL BASELINE ANALYSIS

DATA COLLECTION

FORECASTING NEEDS FOR 2023, 2028 AND 2033

The ultimate objective of the studio i.e to prepare CIP for Rajkot, the whole studio was planned into three phases

VISION FORMULATION AS PER THE BASELINE ANALYSIS

FINANCING THE PLAN WITH PRELIMINARY TECHNICAL DETAILS, COST ESTIMATES

PREPARATION OF CITY INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN

PRIORITISED PILOTS FOR THE ENVISIONED RAJKOT

Phase I – Analysis of existing situation of Rajkot Phase II – Vision formulation for Rajkot Phase III – Preparation of the CIP and pilot projects


WHAT IS RAJKOT?

TOWARDS BHAVNAGAR

Rajkot actually “Rangilu Rajkot” is a hart of sourashtra. It is also known as “Bowel of Ground Nuts”. Rajkot has a good connectivity with the other regiones of sourashtra. Rajkot has good road connectivity with Jamnagar, Bhavnagar, Gondal, Morbi, Ahmedabad. Also it has good connectivity with Pipavav port, Kandla port and Navlakhi port.

TOWARDS KALAWADI

TOWARDS MORBI

The economy of Gujarat has significant agricultural as well as industrial production within India. Major agricultural produce of the state include cotton, groundnuts, dates, sugar cane, milk & milk products. Industrial products include cement and petrol. Rajkot city is the hub of companies manufacturing auto components, auto engines, CNC machines, forging & casting arts, etc.

TOWARDS GONDAL

Sqkm RMC 104.85 18 Wards Sqkm RUDA 685.85 52 Villages


RAJKOT DEMOGRAPHICS

2033- 72 sq.km 2033- 33 lakhs 2023- 50.2 sq.km

2023- 23 lakhs

2018- 42 sq.km

2018- 19 lakhs

Water Supply - 150 LPCD Sewerage - 80% of water SWM - 400 grams

Population Projection

Working population is 35.17% of Total Population

Built Use Projection

Infrastructure Projection

Employment Projection

Per Capita Built Use is 21.26 sq.m

CAGR for 2011-2021 is 3.66 2021-2031 is 3.48 2033

2018- 5 lakhs 2023- 8 lakhs

508 MLD

914 TONS 406 MLD

2033- 11 lakhs


CITY INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN VISION

To

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Store basic services Distribute local economy Direct growth and thereby aid in better quality of life of Rurban clusters

IMPROVE

Establishing renewable energy nexus

SUSTAIN

Establishing efficient agriculture value chain

TRANSFORM

Enhancing potential of existing natural resources


POTENTIOL IDENTIFICATION IN RUDA Urbanizing villages Vicinity to urban center Population Agriculture area Road connectivity Presence of Panchayat Less

Less

Non agriculture workers

Agriculture base

Industrial base High

High

Proximity to economic centers Agriculture area

Land price

Net sown area

Major road connectivity

Irrigated area

Competitive market

Ground water depth

Availability of physical infrastructure

Irrigation schemes

Less

Presence of agriculture land Zoning/DP reservations

High

Availability/nearness to raw material source


CLUSTER IDENTIFICATION IN RUDA

Pro-Urban Villages The villages exhibiting high urban propensity, do not reflect any rural character and hence are excluded from our intervention area. Transition Villages Villages which are in the phase of an established economy like industries, in the form of availability of land and labor and are drivers of economy of their own. Rural Villages The villages which have still remained to their true and rustic character and hence need intervention in order to harness and preserve their unique potential. Selected Village Cluster • A cluster in the eastern part of RUDA boundary. • Exhibiting high agriculture potential, presence of natural resources and propensity towards harnessing renewable energy.

TARGHADIYA

KHERDI

THEBACHDA MAHIKA THORALA

2

2


CIP PROPOSAL

Spatial

Rationale Insufficient sewerage network in RUDA villages

Proposal 1

To propose a Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Plants

Mismanagement Of resource

Proposal 2

Waterfront development

Proposal 3

To Ensure the Ecological balance – Eco Sensitive Zone and guidelines in regard to dumping of waste in water bodies

Land Use Change


ARTICLE READINGS RUDA DP 2031 – PROPOSAL


PILOT PROJECT WHO Guidelines:

URDPFI Guidelines:

Green spaces in an urban area, provision shall be

person.

9 sq.m per

Considering overall open spaces in an urban area, provision shall be 10-12 sq.m per person.

Situation in Rajkot:

City Level

Community

Neighbourhood

Parks & Garden

Parks & Garden

Parks & Garden

Categories of Parks with Standards:

Liveability Index: PILLAR OF COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT

PHYSICAL

CATEGORY

Public Open Spaces

INDICATOR

TYPE

1. Per capita availability of green spaces

Core

2. Per capita availability of public and recreational places

Core


PILOT PROJECT( GREEN SPACE /BLUE SPACE)

2

4 1

3

EXISTING WATER BODIES BASELINE ANALYSIS As per the baseline analysis, we realize that there is huge gap in terms of developed open spaces that could cater as recreational hotspots in Rajkot. Green space per person per sq. m in Rajkot available is 0.11, whereas the standard ranges from 8-10 sq.m After doing these analysis we comes up with conclusion that there is more need of open recreational spaces.

There is a proposal of RUDA DP 2031 in which they proposed water bodies development in rural context. We identified water bodies in rural area which has potential of water front development. These water bodies are river bodies. these all water bodies are located in rural area.

Locations:

1) Aji 1 lake ( Aji river) 2) Aji 2 lake (Aji river) 3) Nyari 1 (Nyari river) 4) Nyari 2 (Nyari river)

- Manharpur - Thorala - Kankot - Nyara


PILOT PROJECT(POTENTIAL/ISSUE) Gavridad STP (<70MLD)

SEWERAGE LINE NETWORK

  

Coverage Of Sewerage lines: 70% 7 Sewage pumping stations Wastewater Generated: 196 MLD

 Sewage treatment capacity (according to RUDA Draft DP 2031): Madhapar: 44.5 MLD Raiya: 51 MLD KOTHARIYA: 5MLD TOTAL: 101 MLD

Raiyadhar STP (56 MLD)

Madhapar STP (44.5 MLD)

Raiya STP (51 MLD)

Kothariya STP (15 MLD)

TAKEAWAYS: There is no proper sewerage line connection in RUDA villages and so that they are dumping waste water in open water bodies.

LOCAL HOME BASED INDUSTRY we also observed during primary survey that there is potential of cultural jewellery making house hold industry development. There is majorly participation of female workers who are making traditional ornaments and textile work. Development of these home based industry makes economy generation in villages.


PILOT PROJECT(SITE INTRODUCTION) SITE INTRODUCTION:  

Location - Nyara Village ( on Jamnagar Highway) Potential – It can be develop as a water front recreational place

WHY NYARA? Choosing Nyara as a pilot site was because the village had an established bird watching site along the river of Nyari. It witnessed different migratory bird species peculiar to the aird climate of Rajkot.

WHERE IS IT? The location of village Nyara is very supportive of its development as a recreational site. Proximity to Jamnagar highway and other public spaces makes the area a potential zone conservation of public to the site.


PILOT PROJECT(PROPOSAL) WASTE WATER TREATMENT: Nyari river is passing from Kankot to Nyara to Targhari. Through this path of river there are six villages which has no sewer line connection and so that they are dumping sewer in to the Nyari river which effect the water quality of water body. This type of water is not suitable for wild life development.

So that we are proposing three decentralised sewage treatment plant. Each treatment plant is between two villages. So that we can stop the dumping of waste water in water body. Reason behind the proposing decentralised waste water treatment plant is its cost is low and after treatment of waste water we can re use for agricultural activities. Villages which we are selected are based on distance between them because as much as they near cost of sewer line laying is less.

discharg e in wastewater Town Population Town Name water genretion (Census 2033) body or (MLD) not 2,528 Haripar y 0.25 7,265 KhirsaraPairs of villages : Matoda y 0.74 2,242 Vajdi (Vad) y 0.22 Vjadigadh-Vejagam 2,358 Vajdi (Virda) y 0.24 Haripar-Vajadivirda 1174 Vajdi Gadh y 0.12 Vajadivad-Khirsara & Metoda 2,060 Vejagam y 0.21


PILOT PROJECT(PROPOSAL) WATER FRONT DEVELOPMENT AS A BIRD WATCHING SITE we selected 1.5 km long and 10 m wide patch along the river. Total area of site is 1500 sq. m NEW ROAD PROPOSEL FOR ACCICIBILITY: we propose two new road to reach at the river front. We also identify the parking space at north entrance and at a south entrance.

Proposed road Existing road

RIVER BANK REGUVINATION: First 2 m adjusting to the water we want wet land green space development then other 2 m land width developed with the trees. then other 3m width developed as a natural unpaved road so that natural bio diversity may remain.

RURAL HAAT: for development of house hold industry in village and also enhance it with recreational place we are proposing rural haat in between of village so that it also generate economy for villagers.


FINANCE AND FUNDING Capital cost of water front development

Funding pattern

Site clearance

Rs.50,000 /-

Excavation in hard rocks

Rs.4,79,250/-

Filling for Unpaved road

Rs.54,00,000/-

Street light (with pole)

Rs.3,04,000/-

Entry gates(with watchman cabin)

Rs.50,000/-

Fencing for parking area (including fencing posts and barbed wire)

Rs.44,500/-

Landscaping

Rs.9,00,000/-

Miscellaneous

Rs.50,000/-

Total

Rs.72,77,000/-

 NRCD/Government of India shall bear upto 70% of the Project cost as per NLCP.  The States shall bear 30% of the project cost, of which the share of the local body would be upto 10% to ensure public participation in the project. A commitment to this effect also to be provided by the State Government.  O & M cost given by local governing body(Gam Panchayat or RUDA)

Plant Location

Capacity

cost

Vajadi Gadh

Vejagam

0.33MLD

39 lacs

Vajadi vad

Haripar

0.47MLD

56 lacs

Vajadi Virda

Khirsara & Metoda

0.98 MLD

1.17 cr

Revenue

 Entrance fee > Rs.20/- per person Assumed visitors - 400 per month, So that, revenue from entrance fees = 8000/- per month  Publicity fee > Rs.2000/- per hording per month Total 10 publicity boards – Rs.20,000/- per month Total revenue per month = 28,000 /-

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