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Kazan Smart City

  1. 1. Kazan Smart City – a new Business Hub in Russia
  2. 2. PROJECT DIRECTION VISION
  3. 3. THE VISION “Kazan Smart City is a Global Smart Sustainable City where it will be the Centre of Excellence for International Business & Knowledge Development that will create a Sustainable Economic Region and High Quality of Life”
  4. 4. ONE VISION A TRANSFORMATION
  5. 5. CONTEMPORARY KAZAN
  6. 6. Kazan • Tatarstan is  in  the  center  of  Russia’s  industrial   heartland, roughly 800 kilometers east of Moscow at the confluence of the Volga and Kama rivers. • Kazan Smart City – 3 km away from Airport and 15 km away from the city of Kazan. • High speed train connects Kazan Smart City to center of Kazan and Kazan International Airport. • Transport: Federal Highway R-239, and access road of Stolbische township.
  7. 7. KSC TODAY Site Locality
  8. 8. VISION TRANSFORMATION “A Transformation - Kazan International Business Hub Gateway To Russia”
  9. 9. KSC DESIGN PRINCIPLES ECO URBANISM1 SMART GROWTH2 SMART LOCATION3 LOW CARBON4 INCLUSIVE & IDENTITY5 • KSC urban development will co- exist with natural environment. • Natural vegetation will be preserved • To ensure high environmental quality that will be embedded into the KSC • KSC will adopt a Smart Growth principle. • To be designed with varying intensities • To encourage mixed use development that will be integrated with transportation. • KSC is a catalytic development creating high impacts to the regional and local economy. • To create clusters of economic activities that will benefit the local business as well as provide opportunities for the emergence of new economies. • KSC township design shall emphasis on design solutions that will reduce the emission of carbon • To ensure the Environment, Transportation, Infrastructure and Buildings are all designed to reduce carbon emission. • KSC shall provide for inclusivity, where the township will provide for employment opportunities, choice in housing, access to education and community facilities • KSC shall place great emphasis on local identity
  10. 10. DYNAMIC EMERGING ECONOMIC REGION
  11. 11. Medicine Biomedicine, hospital, medical research center High technology Special economic zone, clean industry. Complex system development Tourism Business, medical, educational and urban tourism Education International schools and universities, research centers
  12. 12. ECONOMIC DRIVERS & DEVELOPMENT PRECINCT Central Business Precinct CBP is envisage to be the next commercial hub after Kazan City Center. With the master plan in place, it will create a catalytic impact to businesses and provide an international business platform for the MNC’s within the region. Special Economic Zone Precinct A major catalytic precinct for attracting clean- technology-oriented industry, investment and research to Kazan ensuring that the local business community is benefited along the way. Metropolitan Park Precinct By preserving the existing river corridor and vegetation, the metropolitan park is designed to provide a platform for social integration for Kazan region, cultural experience and environmental sustainability. Knowledge & Education Precinct A visionary precinct that will transform Tatarstan into one of Russia’s premier destinations for education, research and related industry over the next 10 years. These activities shall allow a platform to retain and nurture talents.
  13. 13. CREATING CATALYTIC ECONOMIC DRIVER MULTIPLIER IMPACTS OF CATALYST DEVELOPMENT IN KSC The catalysts are expected to generate about 34,500 direct jobs and 10,300 indirect or induced jobs, giving a total of 44,800 jobs in the City. Indirect & Induced Jobs: 10,300 Total Jobs Created: 44,800 Population Threshold : 157,640 Total Population : 72,400 Threshold Direct Jobs: 34,500 E-P Ratio : 1.4 :1 Northern Sub Precinct Direct Employment : 4,033 jobs Indirect Employment : 1,061 jobs Total : 5,094 jobs creation Central Sub Precinct Direct Employment : 8,950 jobs Indirect Employment : 4,013 jobs Total : 12,963 jobs creation Southern Sub Precinct Direct Employment : 730 jobs Indirect Employment : 178jobs Total : 908 jobs creation Eastern Sub Precinct Direct Employment : 9,141jobs Indirect Employment : 2,233 jobs Total : 11,374 jobs creation Western Sub Precinct Direct Employment : 3,803 jobs Indirect Employment : 928 jobs Total : 4,731 jobs creation SEZ/Enterprise Precinct Direct Employment : 7,848 jobs Indirect Employment : 1,915 jobs Total : 9,763 jobs creation
  14. 14. Special Economic Zone Precinct High Technology Zone Next to Airport QUICK FACTS Precinct Area: 102 ha Developable Area: 80 ha (80%) Gross Density: 1.5 Estimated GFA: 1.3 M sq.m. Estimated Dwelling Units: - Estimated Population: - Transient Population: 5,000 Population density: - Building Height: 1 – 5 levels Combined Heat & Power Plant ECONOMIC DRIVERS & DEVELOPMENT PRECINCT Clean & Green Technology Outlet Customs & Immigration SEZ Administration Building
  15. 15. ECONOMIC DRIVERS & DEVELOPMENT PRECINCT Special Economic Zone Precinct High Technology Zone Next to Airport
  16. 16. Central Business Precinct A Vibrant Aerotropolis where Great Businesses Converge ECONOMIC DRIVERS & DEVELOPMENT PRECINCT QUICK FACTS Precinct Area: 225.07 ha Developable Area: 146 ha (65%) Gross Density (FAR) : 3.55 Estimated GFA: 5.3 M sq.m. Estimated Dwelling Units: 10,000 Estimated Population: 39,000 Transient Population: 15,000 Population Density: 175 / ha Building Height: 8 – 40 levels Regional Shopping Mall Business Park District Park Central Commercial Core Convention & Exhibition Centre Transit Oriented Neighborhood Transit Hotel Aero Express Station
  17. 17. 46,000 sq. m. Convention & Exhibition Centre State-of-Art 1.2 M Passenger Capacity Transit Terminal 1.1 Million sq. m. of Grade A & B Business Premises 3 1 2 3 1 2 2 4 2 1 Legend Transit Terminal Financial District / Office Convention & Exhibition Centre Transit Hotel Shopping Mall Service Apartments 3 4 5 6 2 2 2 2 5 56 CITY CENTRE COMMERCIAL
  18. 18. KSC CONVENTION & EXHIBITION CENTRE Convention & Exhibition Centre Aero Express Station Transit Hotel QUICK FACTS Precinct Area: City Centre Plot No : CB-01 Land Area : 7.64 ha Total GFA: 45,858 sq.m. FAR : 0.6 Retail : 4586 sq.m. Enterprise : 41,272 sq.m. 5 star- Hotel
  19. 19. KNOWLEDGE & EDUCATION PRECINCT The Best of Kazan Talent Pool ECONOMIC DRIVERS & DEVELOPMENT PRECINCT QUICK FACTS Precinct Area: 228.11 ha Developable Area: 158 ha (75%) Gross Density (FAR): 3.0 Estimated GFA: 4.8 M sq.m. Estimated Dwelling Units: 13,800 Estimated Population: 56,600 Transient Population: 11,000 Population density: 270 / ha Building Height: 4 – 18 storey Purpose Built Office Town Center Natural Preservation Campus Transit Oriented Neighborhood Business Park Neighborhood Science Park Hospitality School
  20. 20. MULTI VARSITY CAMPUS Integrated Sports Arena Science Park creates 6,000 jobs Multi Varsity Campus of 623,567 sq.m. for 18,000 students 1 93 4 1 9 6 6 5 3 7 8 2 1 Legend Administrative Building Faculty Building Sports Arena Provisional Station Residential Block Commercial Center Medical Center Hospitality School Science Park 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2 2 5
  21. 21. 22ND CENTURY QUALITY URBAN LIVING
  22. 22. Metropolitan Park Primarily caters to a broader regional population, protection and enhancement of environmental values in a regional context. District Park Primarily located in commercial or business precincts, and are publicly owned and are free and accessible for the public to use at any time. Precinct Park The park provides important social / play / casual sports / recreation experiences for the local area. Linear Park Continuous reserves that are used primarily for travelling through or along and typically include a path, seating or resting points and vegetation. Green Connectors The green corridors have a key role in providing connectivity for both access and biodiversity. 35.85ha 10.96 ha 19.33 ha 17.69 ha 3.19 ha 1.33 ha Neighborhood Park The park can range from court games, nature conservation areas, shaded seating/ picnic area. PARKS & GREEN DENSITY 88.35 ha of KSC shall be Parkland (14.8% of KSC Development Area) 1 Functional 4 Principles of Parks in KSC 2 Accessible 3 Connected 4 Bio-diversity
  23. 23. METROPOLITAN PARK PRECINCT Experience Nature in an Urban area QUICK FACTS Precinct Area: 35.85 ha Components: Parkland and park amenities, Religious facilities, Arts & Cultural Facilities, Green Infrastructure Natural Trail Cultural Complex Plaza METROPOLITAN PARK
  24. 24. Metropolitan Park during the dawn METROPOLITAN PARK
  25. 25. Wellness and Religious Centre The wellness and religious centre is being designed to accommodate the needs of residents in adjacent high-rise residential buildings. Iconic Cultural Centre and Civic Centre The cultural centre has transforming the vicinity area into a vibrant public space teeming with civic life. Urban Park The park have an open major parkland facility accessible by public and close to integrated public transport hub. The park consists of art & cultural, performance and recreational activities on dedicated areas. The Neighborhood Centre The Park had to be accessible on a 24 hour basis for the enjoyment and recreation of all. Active and Sport Park The park is located close to the education centre and where a green oasis in contrast to the surrounding hardscape of the City Centre, with the ability to accommodate a range of changing outdoor seasonal events. Avenue Park The park presents an opportunity to create outdoor spaces which can increase the quality of life of the residents and positively affects their lifestyle. Grand Plaza The park within the neighbourhood areas is forms a flexible space consigned to establish a platform good enough for the urban situation to enjoys as well as a daily use of the equipped urban garden and a structure that provides space for cultural expressions. Metropolitan Park The park provide unique experience across the city. The park also intended to meet the needs of the community for better access to open space and recreation opportunities. SPACES FOR PEOPLE Parks as Community, Arts & Cultural Venue
  26. 26. SMART LIVING CITY
  27. 27. KSC SMART INITIATIVE KSC SMART POSITIONING SMART PEOPLE (Human Capital) SMART GOVERNANCE (Participation) SMART ENVIRONMENT (Natural Resources) SMART LIVING (Quality of Life) SMART ECONOMY (Competitiveness) SMART CONNECTIVITY (Transport & ICT) Smart Transport Coordination + Integration Live Travel Information Monitoring Demand Information Points Smart Utilities Integrated Resources Storm Water Management Real Time Monitoring Resource Monitoring Smart Living Smart Communities Security, Health Education, Emergency Management Smart Building Remote Access Real Time Pricing Real Time Information Smart Management System
  28. 28. MEETING GLOBAL SUSTAINABLE STANDARDS
  29. 29. TowardsReducedCarbonFootprint KSC SUSTAINABLE STANDARDS SUSTAINABILITY PRINCIPLES Carbon Reduction Comprehensive, low-impact development. Biodiversity restoration and conservation Waste Reduction Reduce, reuse and recycle (30%-50% of waste reductions) Save 1.2 tons of carbon dioxide annually. Sustainable Transport Innovative transportation, pedestrian-friendly, walkable scale and 100% neighborhood permeability. Sustainable Buildings •Energy efficient building design •Sensitive site planning and construction. •Reduce Electricity Demand by 30-50% savings Sustainable Water Water consumption by reducing 15-30% of potable water consumption per house To maintain and enhance surface water quality Balance Earthworks & Green Density Maximizing cut and fill Balance to minimize the carbon footprint. 80% reduction of earthwork volume. CARBON REDUCTION TARGETS 15% - 30% REDUCTION on potable water consumption per house 30% - 50% WASTE REDUCTION (Household Waste) 15% - 30% SAVINGS on electricity demand 80% REDUCTION Earthwork Volume 12 sq. meter Green Space / Person 100%NEIGHBOURHOOD PERMEABILITY 50% PUBLIC TRANSPORT USERS 15% - 20% CARBON REDUCTION REDUCE Waste (Reducing waste and emissions and increasing efficiency.) REDUCE Water Consumption (Safe Freshwater & Avoid Discharge) REDUCE Energy Consumption (Energy Efficiency & Renewable Source) BALANCE Earthworks & Green Density (No import & Export) LowCarbonCitywithaHighQualityofLife
  30. 30. KSC LEEDS CERTIFICATION TODAY’S COMPLIANCE KSC has achieve a minimum LEED certified points of 61 points. This means that at the Concept Master Plan stage, KSC has secured the GOLD Certification. Criteria Max. Point Level of Compliance Pt. 1 Smart Location and Linkages (SLL) P1 Smart Location Required Yes P2 Imperilled Species and Ecological Communities Required Yes P3 Wetland and Water Body Conservation Required Yes P5 Floodplain Avoidance Required Yes C1 Preferred Location 10 10 C3 Location With Reduced Automobile Dependence 7 7 C4 Bicycle Network & Storage 1 1 C5 Housing and Jobs Proximity 3 3 C6 Steep Slope Protection1 1 1 C7 Site Design for Habitat or Wetland and Water Body Conservation 1 1 C8 Restoration of Habitat/ Wetland & Water Bodies 1 1 C9 Long-Term Conservation Management of Habitat or Wetlands and Water Bodies 1 1 Pt. 2 Neighborhood Pattern & Design (NPD) P1/C1 Walkable Streets 12 12 P2/C2 Compact Development 6 6 P3/C3 Mixed-use Neighborhood Centers 4 4 C5 Reduced Parking Footprint 1 1 C7 Transit Facilities 1 1 C9 Access to Civic & Public Spaces 1 1 C10 Access to Recreation Facilities 1 1 C14 Tree-Lined and Shaded Streets 2 2 C15 Neighborhood Schools 1 1 Pt. 3 Green Infrastructure & buildings (GIB) P3/C3 Building Water Efficiency 1 1 C4 Water-efficient Landscaping 1 1 C8 Stormwater Management 4 2 C13 Infrastructure Energy Efficiency 1 1 C14 Wastewater Management 2 1 C16 Solid Waste Management Infrastructure 1 1 TOTAL 61 Legislative Local Standard Best Practices Aspiration For Carbon Footprint Reduction Benchmarking Design Process Guide Principles Capitalized Natural Attributes Relevance Rating Tools Conceptual Target Environmental Stewardship Driver Vision Design Overview Approach + Energy + Waste + Urban Form + Biodiversity + Water + Mobility 1. Smart Location & Linkage 2. Neighborhoo d Pattern & Design 3. Green Infrastructure & Building LEED SCORE POINTS Certified: 40–49 points Silver: 50–59 points Gold: 60–79 points Platinum: 80 points and above
  31. 31. KSC SUSTAINABILITY GLOBAL POSITIONING Location, Country Bedzed, London Kronsberg, Hannover Dongtan, China KLIFD, Kuala Lumpur Songdo, Incheon KAZAN SMART CITY Russia Masdar, Abu Dhabi Status Established Established Progressive Planning + Design Progressive Planning + Design Progressive Size 1.7 Hectares 82 houses 160 hectares 3,000 houses 8,600 hectares 50,000 houses 30 hectares 600 hectares 598.30 hectares 600 hectares 50,000 houses Type Housing development Township Township Urban Development Mixed Use Urban Development Mixed Use Urban Development Mixed Use Township Transport No use of fossil fuels Green Transport – pedestrian & cycling Green Transport – pedestrian, cycling, zero GHG emission transit Green Transport – pedestrian, cycling, zero GHG emission transit 100% of the site is within 800m from transit stations 26km Bicycle lanes Electric Car charging stations Bicycle Lanes 250 walking distance fr Transit Public Transport – Rail and Bus Car Free City Zero carbon emission Waste Waste recycled Reduce household waste by 50%: 80% solid waste recycled 70% of waste is diverted from landfill Waste collected by vaccum, 100% incinerator Waste collected by central system Zero Waste Energy 100% renewable energy use Reduce household energy consumption by 60-80% Reduce energy consumption by 66% 40% reduction in carbon emmision 30% reduction in carbon emission PV and Wind Power Reduce energy consumption by 60% Waste to Energy Solar panels for renewable energy source Water Reduce treated potable water demand by 50% Rainwater Harvesting & Recycled water Water consumption down by 43% Potable water consumption reduced by 40% Waste water recycling Waste water recyling for irrigation 80% recycled water (desalinated water) Neighourhoo d Size NA 500m walking catchment 800m walking catchment 400m walking catchment Smart + Connected 250m to 400m Walking Neighbourhood 200m walking catchment IDEALGOOD BEST
  32. 32. SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE
  33. 33. KSC SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE KSC has been planned for full capacity of infrastructure and utilities to meet the City’s ultimate needs Comprehensive Internal & External Roads Drainage & Stormwater Water Supply Sewerage Power Supply Gas Supply Common Utility Tunnel
  34. 34. KSC SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE KSC INTEGRATED RESOURCES MANAGEMENT PLAN
  35. 35. WAY FORWARD
  36. 36. A Zonal Land Use Plan to guide development and allows for clear demarcation of land plots. 0 – 0.99 1 – 1.99 2 – 2.99 3 – 3.99 4 – 4.99 5 – 5.99 LEGEND Land Area : 650 ha Total GFA : 8,785,201.32 sq.m. FAR : 1.47 Residential : 41.5% Retail : 15.5% Office : 14.7% Hotel : 1.9% Enterprise : 16.2% Civic : 10.3& IMPLEMENTING THE PLAN
  37. 37. Knowledge & Education SEZ Central Business Precinct Plan Sub-Precinct Acreage (Hectares) Acreage (%) GFA (sq.m) GFA (%)) Live-In Population Live-In Population (%) Phase 2a 242.23 15.9 863,085 10.2 1,603 3.0% Phase 2b 213.37 14.0 448,032 5.3 222 0.4% Phase 3a 295.41 19.4 2,197,489 25.9 8,302 15.5% Phase 3b 286.93 18.9 2,384,216 28.1 9,948 18.6 Phase 3c 244.13 16.1 1,390,101 16.4 15,942 29.8 Phase 3d 237.28 15.6 1,201,824 14.2 17,490 32.7 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Residential Retail Office Hotel Enterprise Institution Percentages(%) 2a 2b 3a 3b 3c 3d Phasing Implementation Plan Land Distribution GFA Distribution Live-In Population Summary of Phasing Implementation A Phased Development Acreage (Ha) GFA (sq.m) Retail (sq.m) Enterprise (sq.) Institution (sq.m) 85.66 889,728 1,533 831,232 13,796 SEZ Development Schedule Road Development Schedule Phase 1 Phase 2a Phase 2b Phase 3a Phase 3b Phase 3c Phase 3d IMPLEMENTING THE PLAN
  38. 38. Thank you for your attention!

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