Approach • Presently all the functions/land use is taking place which is essential for development of a city. • Villages along the main transit corridor. • Presence of vacant land for development. • Linking this area to the main city . • Acc. To M.P.D. 2021, 2 arterial roads coming. • Rise in land value from the construction of metro stations .
MASTER PLAN 2021-J ZONE
Existing plan • Commercial use along M.G. Road • Then next to it mixed land use. • In the interior core residential land use. •Presence of two metro stations.
FARM MIXED USE HOUSES COMMERCIAL M.G. ROAD DUE TO THE COMMERCIAL VALUE OF THE M.G. ROAD AND DUE TO THE NEW METRO STATIONS , THE RENTAL VALUES HAVE INCREASED TO 10 TIMES OF THE EARLIER WHICH LEADS TO THE
Issues• Parking along the M.G. Road, in front of shops leading to traffic congestion on the corridor. • Connecting villages with the metro stations- no proper travel pattern. Secondary issues • Lack of open spaces/green spaces within the village. •Lack of community spaces. • Vehicular movement mixing with pedestrian .
De sig COMMERCIAL SCOPE. n fea vision tur goals es Design approach
Proposed plan • proposing commercial use along the corridor, to
Vision maintain the identity of the area. •Improve the appearance of the commercial corridor. • no such market in nearby areas . •Maintain the identity of the area by encouraging commercial activities. • with residential areas commercial activities should •Overall improvement in quality of life of the villagers. take place. • presence of institutional area. • 2 arterial roads.
Design features •Maintain street character of commercial activities along the corridor- scale and design features. •Updating street fascade. • looking at the change in the skyline. •Providing space for parking. • establishing connection between villages and the metro station
Phase development Phase 1. commercial activities along M.G. Road. Phase 2. overall development of the village Phase 3. development along arterial roads (proposed)
Putting back market on market street.
Goal 1: Improve the entry to the village • Break up the apparent length of the corridor by creating sub-areas of different visual character and concentrations of similar uses. • Create a sense of “gateway” at key entries to the villages. • Soften the visual character of the corridor by introducing additional green space and plantings where possible.
Goal 3: improving the life of the villagers • by providing open green spaces. • segregation vehicular from pedestrian network. • making the internal core a walkable area and restricting the area from the vehicular movement. • connecting the village with the metro station.
•Goal 2: maintain street character •Control the placement and scale of buildings to create a more continuous development edge on both sides of the street and stronger definition of each of the sub-areas. • Coordinate signage design and architectural and landscape treatments to reinforce the identity of each sub-area and present stronger visual images of each section of the corridor.