draft development plan 2007 2012 l.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
DRAFT DEVELOPMENT PLAN (2007-2012) PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
DRAFT DEVELOPMENT PLAN (2007-2012)

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 38

DRAFT DEVELOPMENT PLAN (2007-2012) - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 137 Views
  • Uploaded on

DRAFT DEVELOPMENT PLAN (2007-2012). BHADRESWAR MUNICIPALITY HOOGHLY DISTRICT. Presentation to KMPC Technical Committee. 23 rd Feb’07. Structure of the presentation. Background Bhadreswar Municipality: An Overview Vision Key Issues Features The Process

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'DRAFT DEVELOPMENT PLAN (2007-2012)' - rosa


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
draft development plan 2007 2012

DRAFT DEVELOPMENT PLAN (2007-2012)

BHADRESWAR MUNICIPALITY

HOOGHLY DISTRICT

Presentation to KMPC Technical Committee

23rd Feb’07

structure of the presentation
Structure of the presentation
  • Background
  • Bhadreswar Municipality: An Overview
  • Vision
  • Key Issues
  • Features
  • The Process
  • Component 1: Sub-component wise projects
  • Component 2: Sub-component wise projects
  • Component 3: Sub-component wise projects
  • Financial plan
background
Background
  • West Bengal Municipal Act, 1993 in the context of DDP
  • BM inspired by Perspective Plan of Kolkata-Vision 2025
  • Boost for DDP with assistance from DFID
  • Launch workshop for DDP
  • Focus on decentralized and participatory Planning
bhadreswar municipality an overview
Bhadreswar Municipality: An Overview
  • Area: 8.28 Sq. Km.
  • No. of Wards: 20
  • Population: 1.06 lakhs
  • Literacy Rate: 89%
  • CBR: 9.26(2005-06)
  • CDR: 4.14(2005-06)
  • IMR: 2.63(2005-06)
  • No. of Slums: 6
  • Slum population: 53.4%
  • Male:55% Female:45%
  • Total quantity of water supply:2.74 MGD
  • Total Road Network:100618Km
  • Capacity of STP: 7.6 MLD
key issues
Key Issues…
  • Provision for 24X7 Water Supply
  • Integrated Sanitation Programme (elimination of Open Defecation)
  • Shelter Upgradation for slum dwellers
  • Improved Road network, Sewerage and Drainage network and Solid Waste Management System
  • Improved Health and Education for all
  • Strengthening of Income Generation Programme
  • Providing Quality Service to the citizens
our vision
Our Vision…..

“Bhadreswar Municipality Town will be economically prosperous, environmentally sustainable and socially harmonious”

ddp features
DDP: Features
  • Vision: Comprehensive and Holistic
  • Participation from citizens and stakeholders have been ensured
  • Prioritized on the basis of needs of the urban poor
  • Used specialized skills of experts
  • Realistic budget
ddp preparation the process
DDP Preparation: The Process

DDP Launch and Sensitization Workshop

Formulation of Municipal vision

Covering steps of stages 1,2,3 as per guidelines

Preparation of component wise proposals through…

  • Problem identification
  • Formation of teams/appointments of external agencies
  • Situational analysis
  • Considering schemes proposed by Ward Committees and stakeholders
  • Identification of gaps
  • Technical analysis
component1

Component1

Infrastructure, Land Use and Environment Development Plan

slum infrastructure improvement plan features
Slum Infrastructure Improvement Plan: Features
  • Total No. of Slums in Bhadreswar Municipality: 6
  • Slum Population: 53.4% of total population(1.06 lakh app.)
  • Aims to Improve the quality of life through providing
    • Basic services to the urban poor
    • Betterment of services like:Water supply, Sanitation,Drainage system, Road network,Solid Waste Management
  • Prioritization of slums follow QSS with some modifications
  • Plan Includes:
    • Improvement in Maintenance of Assets,Capital Intensive projects and projects related with community participation
    • Excluded group will be covered through the above
slum infrastructure improvement plan at a glance
Slum Infrastructure Improvement Plan:At a glance…

Project cost (INR in Lakhs)

Name of slum Capital-intensive projects O&M Projects

Bhadreswar Basti 164.33 31.0

Sarat Chandra Basti 411.5 44.30

Mujjafar Ahmed Basti 104.85 24.0

Sarada Basti 104.95 65.67

Jwaharlal Nehru Basti 208.95 18.85

Munsi Premchand Basti 147.90 46.50

Community Participation projects: 28.0

Major fund source: KUSP, JNNURM,ULB

No. of Drop down list of projects:11

slide12

Intra Municipal Infrastructure Development Plan

  • Improvement in Operations includes:
      • 6 Projects related to Operation in SWM, Road Junction development, Construction of rickshaw stand, Construction of Auto rickshaw stand, Construction of Jetty, Water supply works with an estimated investment of Rs. 627.5 Lakhs
  • Improvement in Maintenanceincludes:

21 projects related to improvement of Playground, Crematorium, Roads, Street Light, Municipal assets etc. with an investment of Rs. 326.20 Lakhs

continued
Continued…

16 Significant Capital Intensive Projects include

  • Augmentation of Water Supply, STP, Construction and Widening of Roads, Drainage etc. with an investment of Rs. 8660 Lakhs.
  • The project Construction of Fly over & Approach Road (cost Rs. 5000.0 lakhs) has been kept in the Drop down list of projects.
  • 4 other projects related to Street light arrangement and construction of Community Halls and Seva Kendras are also kept in the Drop down list.
trans municipal linkages
Trans Municipal Linkages

Identified projects include:

  • Renovation of Kumra Khal, Ghungir Khal & Saraswati Khal
  • Supply of treated Surface water
  • Chandannagore ditch & DVC canal
  • Excavation of rail borrow pit
  • Construction of bridge over river Ganga
  • Const. of Floating jetty at Babu ghat
continued15
Continued…
  • Ferry Service Bhadreswar to Babughat(Kolkata-Howrah)
  • Widening of culvert & GT road
  • Development of Mankundu Mental Hospital
  • Development of Nasibpur Road
  • Development of J C Khan Road from Mankundu & Delhi Road

Total Project Cost:11458.0 lakhs with an O&M cost:119.20 lakhs. Collaboration will be sought from KMDA (Govt. of West Bengal) as it is not reflected in estimated Financial Plan

land use development plan
Land Use Development Plan

Identified projects are:

  • Land Use and Development Monitoring Cell
  • Shelter up gradation for Slum Dwellers
  • Completion of Remaining portion of Subhas Maidan Playground
  • Social Forestry Project
  • Electrification through Solar energy

Provision would be made for projects related with other sub-component plans

environment management plan
Environment Management Plan

Identified projects are:

  • Procurement of one dead body carrying vehicle
  • Environment Monitoring Cell
  • Peripheral Drain surrounding the waste disposal ground
  • Awareness Generation Programme.
  • Collection of waste (excreta) from cattle sheds
continued18
Continued…
  • Water Testing Laboratory
  • Renovation of Polluted Water Bodies.
  • Preservation of Heritage Buildings
  • Rain Water Harvesting

Total Project cost: 146.2 lakhs

The project on Water Testing Laboratory will be merged with Augmentation of Water supply system of Intra- Municipal infrastructure project. The project on Disaster Preparedness has been kept in the Drop Down list

component 2

Component 2

Social and Livelihood Development Plan

livelihoods and poverty management plan
Livelihoods and Poverty Management Plan
  • Vocational Training for enhancement of Skills for building center related activities
  • Promotion of Self Help Groups (SHG- 400 Nos), DWCUA (50 Nos) and handholding support to women
  • Rickshaw Bank
  • Creation of Help Desk for convergence of all existing government Sponsored Programme through BSKP cell
  • Sewing Machine bank
continued21
Continued…
  • Setting up of Auto mobile service centre and Motor vehicle related training
  • UPE Cell Strengthening by providing Capacity building training
  • Training for TCG leaders
  • Vocational Training for enhancement of Skills Computer, Sebika, Physiotherapy, beautician, tailoring, 3 wheeler motor winding.
  • Setting up of Fishery project including setting up of hatchery
  • Awareness & facilitation of implementation of social security programme

Total Project Cost:124.29 lakhs

local economic development plan
Local Economic Development Plan
  • Development of 4 Municipal Markets (Vegetable hub)
  • Mini Cold Storage
  • Solid Waste Management involving CDS (Env)
  • Dairy development programme Cluster
  • Service Centre - Jute Diversified Products
  • Silk Screen Printing & designing training
continued23
Continued…
  • Haldia Petrochemical down stream industries
  • Umbrella branding and Market linkages strategy to sell SHG products
  • Food processing cluster
  • Leaf Plate and Thermocol Plate Manufacturing Unit
  • Awareness & Cleanliness of food vendors
  • Supply of cooked food, milk by setting up facility center

Total Project Cost:147.75 lakhs

health care service delivery improvement plan
Health Care Service Delivery Improvement Plan
  • Procurement of six Ambulances
  • Up gradation of IPP unit, ESOPD
  • Equipment of RDC up gradation USG, Scan, Potable Xray, Digital Xray
  • Upgradation of Health Infrastructure for HAU, preventive services
  • Municipality IPP Maternity Home strengthening
  • All District Level Programme Training
continued25
Continued…
  • Computerised Register of Birth, Death & License Ankur (Municipality Hospital) computerisation
  • Central Medical Store
  • Electric Crematorium Additional unit
  • Symphonic Water Scale
  • Dog Pound & Sterilisation units

Total Project Cost: 429.0 lakhs

primary education improvement plan
Primary Education Improvement Plan
  • Teaching Aids and Furniture
  • IEC on Safety Measures, Health Education, Quality of education, vocation training opportunity, Entrepreneurship ability etc.
  • New School building 7 SSK + 15 Pvt Schools
  • Construction / completion of Class rooms
  • Provision of Girls’ Toilet and Urinal
continued27
Continued…
  • Provision of Boys’ Toilet and Urinal
  • Provision of Kitchen Shed
  • Water & Electricity connection
  • Minor repairing of School building
  • Provision of Adult Education Centre

Total Project Cost:Rs. 151.75 lakhs

organizational development plan
Organizational Development Plan
  • Development of detailed Role manual & Performance appraisal system of HODs, Councillors & various committees
  • Purchase of Computers and hand holding Computer Training
  • Develop and implement training programmed
  • Resource mobilization cell integrated with collection monitoring cell
  • Introduction of Financial Manual
  • Ward Office strengthening
  • Human Resource Cell

Total Project Cost: Rs.82.0 lakhs

slide29

Identificationof New OD Proposal (Version II)

  • Ascertaining Manpower requirement as per emerging need for meeting the future operation requirement (At least 26personnel required in various categories).
  • Yearly 26 lakhs (app.) required as salary (Not included in the financial plan; Depends upon 80% Govt. contribution)
  • To introduce WAN integrating Ward Administration
  • Construct 15 Ward Offices
process and systems improvement plan
Process and Systems Improvement Plan
  • Decentralized Approach to Service Delivery
  • Implement Computerization Programme & LAN connectivity
  • Introduce Information Systems to improve access to information
  • Introduction of Internal Management Audit and system audit in all departments in once in quarterly

Total Project Cost: 44.5 lakhs

citizens interface plan
Citizens Interface Plan
  • Introduction of website
  • Setting up of Grievance redress Cells at every Ward office
  • Awareness creation among all citizens

Total Project Cost:Rs.18.0lakhs

financial plan
Financial Plan
  • Revenue Enhancement Initiatives
  • Expenditure Management Initiative
  • Asset Management Initiatives
slide34

Particulars

Project Cost (Rs/Lacs)

Operational Strategies

5 Years Phasing

2,007

2,008

2,009

2,010

2,011

COMPONENT I

Slum Infrastructure

1406.1

412.08

571.07

301.45

93.75

27.75

Intra- Municipal Infrastructure

4613.7

1058

1226

917.2

671

741.5

Trans municipal Linkages

0

0

0

0

0

0

Land Use

4577.45

2222.8

2242.6

35.6

30.85

45.6

Environment Management Plan

146.2

26

7.8

110.8

0.8

0.8

Total

10743.45

3718.88

4047.47

1365.05

796.4

815.65

slide35

Particulars

Project Cost (Rs/Lacs)

5 Years Phasing

2,007

2,008

2,009

2,010

2,011

Livelihood cost

124.29

30

31.37

59.2

2.86

0.86

LED Cost

147.75

36.75

51.5

36

15

8.5

Health

429

43

39.25

34.25

126.5

186

Education

151.75

44.5

33.75

53.5

11.25

8.75

Total

852.79

154.25

155.87

182.95

155.61

204.11

slide36

Particulars

Project Cost (Rs/Lacs)

5 Years Phasing

2,007

2,008

2,009

2,010

2,011

OD

82

31.5

20.5

15

5

10

Process & System

44.5

32

12.5

0

0

0

Citizens Interface

18

10

2

2

2

2

Total

144.5

73.5

35

17

7

12

Total of Component 1, 2 & 3

11740.74

3946.63

4238.34

1565.00

959.01

1031.76

slide37

Point of Measurement

What is Measured

Indicators ( examples )

Input

The set of resources

brought together to accomplish the project

Manpower, financial resources, space, project beneficiaries ( they are considered partners in development )

Process

The set of activities by which resources are used in pursuit of the expected results

Trainings

Infrastructure building

Outputs

The products

that result from the combination of inputs and processes.

Number of trainees participated; number of immunized children; kilometers of road built

Outcomes

The set of beneficiary and population-level results expected to change from the intervention.

Increased knowledge, improved practices, improved commuting conditions, improved time efficiency

Impact

The set of beneficiary and population-

level long-term results

achieved by changing practices, knowledge and attitudes.

Improved income, Improvement in Health Indicators,

Monitoring and Evaluation Framework