Lavasa Corporate Presentation July 2011

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  • 1. July ‘11
  • 2. Lavasa ” India’s Planned Hill City• A ‘planned’ hill city led by the private sector, after independence• A city planned for entire spectrum of population• Concept of Life in Full i.e. ‘Live , Work , Learn and Play’ in harmony with nature Artist’s Impression of the Lavasa Lakeline July ‘11
  • 3. Lavasa - India’s Planned Hill City• One of the largest urban infrastructure project in India; significant economic benefits to the region• Master Plan prepared by HOK, USA• Architectural Design sensitively integrated with natural environment• Area to be greenified through landscaping, hydroseeding, mass plantations, etc.• A new tourist destination July ‘11
  • 4. Lavasa ” Multiple access• Four access points for Lavasa on Mumbai-Pune Expressway and one on Mumbai-Goa highway – An hour’s drive from Pune and around three hours from Central Mumbai All distances approximate ; Map indicative and not precise July ‘11
  • 5. Breathtaking landscapes July ‘11
  • 6. Master Plan - Lavasa integrated with landscape Development across Plotted Land, Apartments, Retail, Hotels, Event and Convention Centre, Education, Information Technology, Biotech Parks and Recreation Facilities, spread in 5 towns. July ‘11
  • 7. Master Plan - Dasve July ‘11
  • 8. Master Plan - Mugaon July ‘11
  • 9. Master Plan award Award for Dasve (Lavasa ) Master Plan From Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) July ‘11
  • 10. Landscape Planning awardsAward of Excellence - Dasve Master Plan Honor Award - Mugaon Master Plan Merit Award - Lavasa Landscape Master (2005) (2009) Plan and Design Guidelines (2010) ‚Beautifully documented in terms of understanding the place and the land. Stunning, great work. . .sensitive to the region and the world‛. - 2005 Professional Awards Jury comments July ‘11
  • 11. Master Plan - Driven by a strong brand ideologyBrand Drivers Cosmopolitan Style Technology Leadershipcreated by Landor,Hong Kong “ Lifestyle residences “ Efficient infrastructure • Leisure & Recreation • Biomimicry - Hotels/Clubs/Spas • GIS Mapping - Golf course • e - Governance • Convention/ Event Centre • Modern amenities • Sports & Adventure • Hospitals & clinics • Nature tourism • Performing Arts Centre • Cricket Ground Lifelong Learning Spiritual Harmony • Innovation & Science Park • Spiritual centres • Education campuses • Health & Wellness spas • Research institutes • Town plan sensitively integrated • Training centres with nature • Library • Museum July ‘11
  • 12. Pioneering Biomimicry• A science that uses nature as a model to measure & mentor – To be actively incorporated in Lavasa development – In collaboration with The Biomimicry Guild, USA July ‘11
  • 13. Lavasa ” Business of Businesses July ‘11
  • 14. Urbanization is a USD 65 Billion Annual Opportunity Existing Cities Model Lavasa Model Regulation & Governance Regulation & Multiple Governance Municipality / Development Consumption Authorities Operations Basket IP Maintenance DevelopmentMaintenanceMultiple Public /Private Service Providers Opportunity fragmented across Advantage Lavasa ” Unique Integrated multiple players Opportunity July ‘11
  • 15. Lavasa Model ” Comprehensive Value Capture Unique IP Infrastructure Real Estate Funding City Infrastructure & SPA status Development Support Development Asset Creation Cash Flows Governance enables integration Consumption Real Estate Annuity Cash New Cities 1….n Stream Share of Lavasa GDP Infrastructure Consumer Spend Real Estate Annuity Annuity Development Income BOO Model  Share of spending  Real Estate Sales Services and within the city  Lease Rentals Diverse Cash Flow Profile Management  Levies & User Revenue Charges Lavasa – First Mover Advantage July ‘11
  • 16. World Class Infrastructure Information, Communication, Water Road Network Technology Water Treatment 10.6 External/ Internal 3.4 MLD 65 MLD 40 km 49.7 km 263 km Optic Fibre, e-Governance, IPTV, Security systems Capacity MLD Road NetworkDistribution Mains 35.5 km 44.5 km 325 km Tunnels/ Bridges -- 1 2 Service Providers Length Number of Dams 1 5 10 Inter-village roads 37 km 13 km 50 km Data Centre operational Power Sewerage `Solid Waste ManagementConnected Load ” 0.8 51 97 34 MW 121 MW 500 MW Collection Network 51.5 km 45.5 km 462 km Treatment CapacityTata Power, MSEB Ton/day Ton/day Ton/day Storm DrainageTransmission Length 12.5 km 40.5 km 187 km 33 km 50.6 km 315 km Separation of organic & inorganic wastes Network Sewage Treatment 11.4 58.5Distribution Length 36.5 km 76.5 km 422 km 2.4 MLD Effective collection, transportation & disposal Plants MLD MLD Currently Operational Under Construction/ Development Total Planned First town operational – Infrastructure for 2nd & 3rd town under development July ‘11
  • 17. Lavasa ” An expected ‘365 ”day economy’ Commercial & Hospitality Tourism & Leisure Education & Healthcare Residential Institutional GDP Composition Retail Infrastructure Commercial Adventure & Spa & Tourist Edu- Theme Health Apartments / Villas / Rental offices & Campuses Hotels MICE Water Amenities Educational Clubs Attraction tainment Park City Housing Institutional Sports Integrated development with cross-synergies enabled by Lavasa Profits ” Returns on Lavasa’s share in Education / City Building ” SPV Partnerships Healthcare / Tourism / Leisure / Hospitality and Share in Lavasa GDP Retail SPV’sSticking to Core Competencies 0-100% 0-100% 0-100% Rentals ” On leased assets Investor Operator Lavasa Operating Equity Risk Levies & User Charges Knowledge and Sharing Bandwidth De-risked Business Model July ‘11
  • 18. Benchmarking with 365 Day Economies 15640 sq. km DistrictArea 4355 sq. km MMR(sq km) 1483 sq. km 600 sq. km 415 sq. km 1104 sq. km 697 sq. km Greater Mumbai Urban 114 sq. km 99 sq. km 100 sq. kmCity/District Mumbai Pune Delhi Chandigarh Gurgaon Singapore Hong Kong Lavasa 3.5 million 0.2 Million 0.3 Million 0.9 Million 4.7 Million 12 Million Urban (2008) 7.1 Million Greater Mumbai (2009)Population 7.2 million 13.9 Million District(2001) 18 Million MMR GDP Rs. 1302 Rs. 7083 Rs. 8155 Rs. 679 Rs. 1439 Rs. 142 Rs. 231 Billion Billion Billion !!! Billion Billion Billion Billion (in 2007) (Greater Mumbai) (converted) (converted) July ‘11
  • 19. Lavasa ” Planning Strategy July ‘11
  • 20. Lavasa - Planning Strategy• Planned for a permanent population of around 3 Lakh (0.3 million), with tourists estimated at over 20 Lakh (2 million) per annum• An aspirational yet affordable pricing for multiple socio-economic classes – Several design options for residents in each product category – Rental housing, starter homes, dormitories, budget hotels, affordable entertainment• Proposed infrastructure of over Rs. 4000 crores is being created – Many employment opportunities to be created at all levels• Infrastructure support & service standards across 5 towns for residents and visitors, well enabled by GIS mapping and e-governance• New Urbanism design principles combined with an aspirational lifestyle July ‘11
  • 21. Lavasa ” City Management Services• A dedicated City Management Services team to deliver a unique value proposition to its citizens and visitors – Enhanced quality of community living• Deliver on governance – Vision to create a replicable model of City Governance for new Asian cities by bringing world-class standards to Indian urban life• Emphasis on Public Safety & Security – Includes law and order services, fire and disaster prevention, etc.• Provision of uninterrupted and good quality power to all customers – With minimal surges/variations that could damage or shorten the life of electronics and other electrical equipment July ‘11
  • 22. Lavasa ” City Management Services• Headed by a specialist City Manager – Unique to Indian cities• City Manager Role – Policy‐making, contract administration, measuring and managing performance outcomes, process and system engineering – Assisted by other personnel in Day‐to‐day apparatus of the city’s routine service delivery functions smoothly July ‘11
  • 23. Lavasa ” City Management Services • Five (5 ) specialist divisions for smooth and efficient deliveryDivisions of CMS Some of the key roles and responsibilitiesPublic Works • Maintains streets , street lights , promenades, footpaths and other public realm areas • Runs the city’s solid waste management programPublic Safety & Security • Public Safety Planning • Law and order services , state and police interface • Fire and disaster prevention ; Parking & Traffic managementEnterprise Utilities • Water & Sewer distribution and collection networks • Water and sewer pumping and treatment • Reliable, Sustainable & Uninterrupted Power Service 24 x 7 • Commissioning and handover (smooth transition ) of infrastructure from Projects DepartmentProperty Management • Smooth Residential & Commercial Transitions • Interface between Projects, Sales and Customer • Vendor Coordination & Management • Facility Management & Upkeep for all Public Buildings • Customer services and operation of the citizen call centre • Reasonable Housing Limited (workforce housing) , Citizen engagement , lease managementAdministration & • General administration operationsFinance • Inter & Intra City Transport • Asset management • Materials management, procurement & utility billing July ‘11
  • 24. Rental Housing July ‘11
  • 25. Rental Housing ” the thought• Vital requirement in a city – Basic work force – Support staff – People employed in various business units and establishments• Forms the backbone of the economy• Definite need for economical and affordable housing for target group – Price range : Rs. 500 – Rs. 3000 / a month July ‘11
  • 26. Rental housing at Lavasa• An integral part of the Master Plan – Apartments 300 sq. ft. onwards, across 5 towns; not in just one location – Total of 30,000 units planned – 5,000 units ready by 2012 ; 500 units currently under construction• Ideal for – Support & service staff ,students, bachelors , executives and staff working in different companies and staying back at Lavasa July ‘11
  • 27. Lavasa Tie-ups July ‘11
  • 28. Lavasa Tie-ups Tourism , Hospitality & Leisure Education Health& Wellness Corporate//Others Sports Academies JUKASO Passionate Developers Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy 2000 rooms 2 million visitors 10,000 students tied up Medicity Work /Retail July ‘11
  • 29. In discussions with• Theme parks for entertainment and education• Sport academies• Other tourism and hospitality brands July ‘11
  • 30. Lavasa ” Tourism, Hospitality & Leisure July ‘11
  • 31. • Mid scale hotel at Dasve by ITC, 60 rooms• Ready and operational since March 2009• Zodiac coffee shop, Nostradamus bar and Earthen Oven specialty restaurant July ‘11
  • 32. • Lavasa’s own fully operational hotel with a panoramic view• 20 rooms, conference facilities, indoor/outdoor activities• Vyanjan - multi cuisine restaurant , Breakfast at Machaan – restaurant at the Nature Trail near Ekaant July ‘11
  • 33. • Mercure by Accor group, 130 rooms• Hospitality know-how of the group makes every stay unique, warm, individual and human• Celebrations – The 24-hour coffee shop July ‘11
  • 34. • Operated by Bona Sera Hotels• Apartment Hotel at Lavasa• 43 self contained, fully equipped apartments – Studio, 1 BHK, 2BHK July ‘11
  • 35. SOL Hospitality Ltd. • Quick service, fine dining and casual dining restaurants operational – American Diner, Granma’s Homemade Patisserie – Chor Bizzare (Indian), Tabakh (Lebanese), Oriental Octopus (South East Asian) – Past Times (English pub) Chor Bizzare Granma’s Homemade Patisserie July ‘11
  • 36. Other Restaurants• Restaurants that serve a variety of cuisine – Brewberrys - Coffee bar & Sandwiches, burgers, pizzas, salads, etc. – Fruity Bat (Desserts), Naturals Ice Cream parlour – Hungry Hippo - Fast food – Burgers & Fries – Pizzavala - Pizza place – Subway - Sandwiches and salads July ‘11
  • 37. • Club managed by International Leisure Consultants, Hong Kong• Facilities like squash court, tennis court, fully functional gymnasium, swimming pool, spa, restaurants, pub, etc.• Asian Opera - Oriental cuisine restaurant, The Deck – all day dining July ‘11
  • 38. • Lavasa International Convention Centre to be managed by Accor – 1500 capacity, 16 main convention halls and meeting rooms, A/V facilities• Boost weekday tourism (meetings, events, conferences & exhibitions) – Past Conferences : IAPCO Regional Seminar, UBM India Pvt. Ltd., Ernst & Young, etc.• Operational, bookings opened July ‘11
  • 39. • Pullman by the Accor group, 258 rooms, business hotel• Warm hospitality, restful tranquility and high-tech connectivity• To be operational by 2013Rendering July ‘11
  • 40. • Novotel by Accor group, 200 rooms• Designed for natural living with a lake view• To be operational by 2012Rendering July ‘11
  • 41. • Novotel by Accor group, 200 rooms• Designed for natural living with a lake view• To be operational by 2012Rendering July ‘11
  • 42. • Doubletree, 150 rooms, 5 star property• A hotel from the Hilton group• To be operational by June 2013 July ‘11
  • 43. • ‘Oakwood Residence ‘ by Oakwood Asia Pacific Limited ( a division of Oakwood Worldwide)• 150 + unit serviced apartments in Mugaon• Elegant apartments that combine the spacious comfort of a private home with the many services of a hotel• To be operational by 2014 Illustrative not Actual images July ‘11
  • 44. • First “Tunnel Wash “ Laundry being commissioned at Bhoini• Meets highest international norms of hospitality July ‘11
  • 45. • Lakeshore Watersports being managed by Ocean Blue• Pontoons, Bumper Boats, Personal Water Crafts, Pedal Boats, Kayaks , Trampoline, Wibit obstacle, Pool activities July ‘11
  • 46. • Games arcade for kids• A variety of games like Neo arcade, Electronic darts, Photo play etc. July ‘11
  • 47. • Xthrill - Outdoor Adventure Institute managed by Z - Bac Adventure Institute Pvt. Ltd.• Activities like rappelling, rock climbing, camping, trekking , zip-line, zorbing , air rifle shooting, etc.• Corporate camps in A/c tents A/c tents July ‘11
  • 48. Oase• Water fountain design firm from Germany, designing a multi media fountain at Lavasa – Incorporates a laser and sound show – 60 meter high central jet July ‘11
  • 49. Space World • Asia’s first space themed park, Space World under the aegis of USSRC • Will include Space Camp, Aviation Camp, etc. July ‘11
  • 50. Sports Academies• In line with the brand philosophy of lifelong learning July ‘11
  • 51. • A championship 18 hole golf course at Dhamanhol by 2013• ‘Golf Academy’ to be developed at Mugaon by 2014 July ‘11
  • 52. • Football academy by Manchester City Football Club • Develop and nurture young talent in India • Scheduled opening in 2014Illustrative not Actual images July ‘11
  • 53. • World class hockey academy at Lavasa, tie up with Hockey Australia – World class hockey coaches to run the academy • Intellectual property of various Hockey Australia programs, including its junior development program – Hook in2 HockeyIllustrative not Actual images July ‘11
  • 54. • Tennis Academy with Tennis Australia – Best known for Australian Open – Coaching and development skills , event management opportunities Illustrative not Actual images July ‘11
  • 55. Other Academies• Rowing academy by Sir Steve Redgrave via Golden Five Limited• Badminton Academy by Prakash Padukone Illustrative not Actual images July ‘11
  • 56. Lavasa ” Education July ‘11
  • 57. • Association with Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne• Academic certification from Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne received – Ensures students can also pursue their Master’s program internationally at Lavasa• Admissions for the 3rd batch , academic year 2011 begunActual images July ‘11
  • 58. • Co – educational residential school following international curriculum• Powered by Educomp, India’s largest education company• Individualized Education Plans based on Learning styles and Multiple Intelligences• First batch at Lavasa begins September 2011 Actual images July ‘11
  • 59. • A nursery school - pre-schooling needs of children from 2 to 6 years• Managed and run by Educomp, India’s largest education company• Skill-based knowledge using its unique seven petal approach.• First batch at Lavasa begins 2011 Actual images July ‘11
  • 60. • Providing quality education for the economically disadvantaged sections of society• English medium school, free education, uniforms, books, meals , pick-up and drop in state-of-the-art buses and state-of-the-art Resource Centre• Operational since June 2010Actual images July ‘11
  • 61. • A 60 acre campus – International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme July ‘11
  • 62. • NSHM – Knowledge Campus, Kolkata to establish India’s first Retail University at Lavasa• Scheduled to open in 2012-13 July ‘11
  • 63. • 75 years since inception, based in Bangalore• Scheduled to open in 2012 July ‘11
  • 64. • The Biomimicry Guild, USA to set up a Biomimicry Institute at Lavasa – Exhibit centre that chronicles the science of Biomimicry , Educational workshops – Collaboration to develop a Biomimetic building at Lavasa July ‘11
  • 65. Educational Workshops• Educational workshops at regular intervals – Executive Program in Airport and Airlines Systems - with The Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Office of Professional Education (MIT PE) – Security Awareness Workshop by Max Security (Israeli security consultant firm) – Auto design workshop by Chris Bangle – Classical Studies workshop – High powered Innovation by Royal College of ArtExecutive Program in Airport and Airlines system workshop inaugurated by Auto Design workshop by Chris Bangle Mr. Praful Patel, former Union Minister of Civil Aviation July ‘11
  • 66. Lavasa ” Health and Wellness July ‘11
  • 67. • Part of the proposed 200 acre for health & wellness development• R&D facilities in addition to long term & therapeutic care• Operational since January 2010 July ‘11
  • 68. Apollo Pharmacy• Operational since March 2009 in Dasve July ‘11
  • 69. • Delhi based Retirement Resort developer• 31 acres development at Dasve• Utsav – Expected to have 500 Villas & Apartments Actual ImageRendering July ‘11
  • 70. The Lavasa Associates July ‘11
  • 71. World Class Service ProvidersPlanningServicesArchitecturalServices HAFEEZ CONTRACTOR Subodh Kerkar - Installation Artist RANJIT SINH ASSOCIATES Architects Soda (Thailand)Ltd.Business Plan &Market Research July ‘11
  • 72. World Class Service ProvidersBusinessStrategyBranding & Zafar Hai , film makerMarketingICT & GISLegalAdvisors Markand Gandhi & Co. Agarwal Law Associates Magwells LITTLE & COMPANYFinancialPartners July ‘11
  • 73. Environment InitiativesObjectives• Protecting the existing natural habitat• Further enhancing the habitat July ‘11
  • 74. Environment Initiatives Water Air Biodiversity Food Sustainable Natural Sustainability development Resources Parks, gardens, Waste green spaces Management Energy July ‘11
  • 75. Environment Initiatives ” Water• Rainwater Management – Check dams , Nallah bunding – Increases the Ground Water Level thereby boosting biodiversity – 50 to 60% increase in Biomass Generation – Reduction in Soil Erosion – Integrated Rainwater Management processes underway July ‘11
  • 76. Environment Initiatives ” Water• CCT (Continuous Contour Trenching) to prevent soil erosion Before After CCT July ‘11
  • 77. Environment Initiatives ” Water• Maintaining Water Quality – Treatment of sewage done to highest tertiary standards using both UV & Ozonisation – Quality of treated water better than lake raw water – Centralized and de-centralized treatment plants – Explore new technologies for water / sewage treatment such as Soil Biotechnology (developed by IIT Mumbai)• Special Initiative - Ecological Mapping of Lake Water 2.4 MLD Permanent STP Package STP Soil Bio-technology July ‘11
  • 78. Environment Initiatives - Biodiversity (flora)“ Conservation of existing flora ” Stopped the existing practice of slash and burn cultivation through mass awareness ” Use of certified fuel wood made compulsory to prevent tree cutting April 2002 April 2010 July ‘11
  • 79. Environment Initiatives ” Biodiversity (flora)• Conservation of existing flora – Tree transplantation – Preservation of ‘Top Soil’ for further use in landscaping. – Creation of Watch Towers to ensure watch and quick identification of forest fires Tree Transplantation Watch Tower July ‘11
  • 80. Environment Initiatives ” Biodiversity (flora)• Enhancement of existing flora – Mass Plantation – Hydroseeding to prevent soil erosion and facilitate quick vegetation – Imported technology ; Advisory Services of Mr Doug Wimble, Ex-President IECA (International Erosion Control Association) – Completed over 365 acres - 1st time in India done successfully• Soil Bio-Engineering – Use of natural and eco-friendly material for slope protection during monsoon July ‘11
  • 81. Environment Initiatives - Biodiversity (fauna)• Ensuring minimal human – animal conflict during and after development• Development of a continuous animal corridor• Creation of wildlife corridors and artificial water holes• Release of fish in dam water, aquatic birds and deer to maintain a healthy bio diversity July ‘11
  • 82. Impact of Initiatives ” Images July ‘11
  • 83. Environment Initiatives - HydroseedingDuring application July ‘11
  • 84. Environment Initiatives - HydroseedingResult after 30 days during monsoon July ‘11
  • 85. Environment Initiatives - Slope GreeningApril 2005 July ‘11
  • 86. Environment Initiatives - Slope GreeningApril 2010April, 2010 July ‘11
  • 87. Satellite Images of Dasve 0 1.25 2.5 5 7.5 10 12.5 Kilometers 0 1.25 2.5 5 7.5 10 1 Apr 2002 Apr 2009 July ‘11
  • 88. Vegetation Mapping Results- Dasve Dasve 2002 2009Sr. Classes Area in Area in Total Area in Area in TotalNo. Sq.km % Vegetation % Sq.km % Vegetation % 1 Vegetation 1.84 18.8 1.93 19.71 2 Dense Vegetation 2.99 30.54 3.41 34.83 3 Shrub 2.45 25.02 2.68 27.38 4 Barren Land 1.94 19.82 74.36 0.94 9.6 81.92 5 Water Body 0.4 4.09 0.46 4.7 6 Sand 0.15 1.53 0.17 1.74 7 Built-Up 0.02 0.2 0.2 2.04 Total 9.79 100 9.79 100 July ‘11
  • 89. Other Initiatives July ‘11
  • 90. Environment Initiatives ” Natural Resources• Promoting the use of bamboo in all its uses – Icon of sustainability – highest carbon sequestration amongst all floral species – Tensile strength of steel• Lavasa Bamboocrafts Ltd. – A factory that produces furniture and decorative artefacts made out of locally available bamboo July ‘11
  • 91. Environment Initiatives ” Nature Tourism• Number of tourist attractions and symbols of sustainable development – Theme based Nature Trails – Neighborhood Parks, Plazas, Avenue Plantations, Promenade Beautification , Ravine beautification - being developed in phase-wise manner• Nursery established in Bhoini – current stock 50,000 saplings – For local and commercial purposes July ‘11
  • 92. Environment Initiatives ” Food• Organic Farm over sample area under development – Consultancy with INORA (Institute of National Organic Agriculture) – Current organic crops grown : beetroot, potato, tomato, bottle gourd,• Level 1 organic certification already received for food produced• Future plans -Agro-based tourist attraction ,Community Farming Fresh organically grown tomatoes within the Organic farm – Tomato Bhoini nursery at Lavasa July ‘11
  • 93. Environment Initiatives ” Air• Recording of metrological parameters daily through 3 stations• Monitoring of air quality as per Environment Management Plan• Measures adopted to control dust pollution – Sprinkling of water over roads to prevent dust pollution during construction – Water sprinkling during crusher operations, plantation around, use of PPE (dust masks) in such working areas – A mobile pollution measuring van Mobile Pollution Control Measuring Van Weather Monitoring Unit July ‘11
  • 94. Environment Initiatives - Waste Management• Compulsory segregation of solid waste initiated - 2-bin system – Bio-degradable waste treated using Organic Waste Convertor technology – Manure produced is used internally for landscaping. – Recyclable waste is taken away by recyclers• Installation of Vermi compost units Organic Waste Converter Vermi Compost Units July ‘11
  • 95. Environment Initiatives - Waste Management• Integrated solid waste management (SWM) plan being put in place – Plans to facilitate door to door collection, transportation, sorting and its disposal . – State of the art sanitary landfill being created to dispose off the inert waste material – Mobile toilets are placed in many places to facilitate proper hygienic conditions Portable toilets for labor camps July ‘11
  • 96. Environment - Special Initiatives July ‘11
  • 97. Environment - Special Initiatives• Pioneering Biomimicry – a science that uses nature as a model to measure & mentor• To be actively incorporated in Lavasa development• In collaboration with The Biomimicry Guild, USA July ‘11
  • 98. Environment - Special Initiatives• Address by Janine Benyus , co founder of The Biomimicry Guild, USA & winner of 2009 Champion of the Earth award in Science & Innovation (UNEP) July ‘11
  • 99. Environment - Special Initiatives• Positioning Lavasa as a sustainable city in Asia• Implementation of Ecological Performance Standards underway – With The Biomimicry Guild, U.S.A.• Renewable energy options integrated in design for Mugaon (second town) aim for 10 – 15 % of total energy requirement• Techno-commercial evaluation for establishing wind farms, mini-hydel power stations and solar farms underway• Energy Plantation option also being explored• Dual purpose of greening as well as generation of renewable electricity. July ‘11
  • 100. Environment - Special Initiatives• Green Rating System for Cities – Lavasa - Part of Core Committee constituted by IGBC (Indian Green Building Council) for setting up standards and guidelines for establishing Green Cities in India• Green Building Certification – Fortune Select Dasve certified (LEED India – NC ; Silver rating) – Christ College under evaluation – Evaluating possibility of having major public buildings as LEED India certified• IECA (International Erosion Control Association) being approached for new measures for Erosion Control and Slope Stabilization• Carbon footprint evaluation being explored for Phase 1 July ‘11
  • 101. Environment Initiatives ” Certification• Green Building Certification (LEED India - NC) for Fortune Select Dasve hotel awarded – Awarded by Indian Green Building Council – Accorded ‘Silver Rating’ July ‘11
  • 102. Corporate Responsibility Initiatives July ‘11
  • 103. Corporate Responsibility• Villager resettlement and rehabilitation – Gaothans created – Employment opportunities – Health and education facilities – Potable treated water, Road connectivity Villager’s Gaothan Children at the creche July ‘11
  • 104. Corporate Responsibility• Crèche for 800 children – Day-care centre – New born babies to 12 – year olds – Food , education and entertainment facilities – Regular health camps and vocational training July ‘11
  • 105. Corporate Responsibility• Christel House Lavasa - Offering quality education to children from economically disadvantaged section Morning prayers during Assembly Kids in classroom Children in Music class Mid-day meal July ‘11
  • 106. Corporate Responsibility• Christel House Lavasa - New Resource Centre – Educational aids like computers, LCD projector and books – Inaugurated by Pantaloons Femina Miss India 2011 winners The New Resource Centre Glimpses from the Resource Centre inauguration July ‘11
  • 107. Corporate Responsibility• Regular vocational training and health check-up camps Pulse Polio Campaign Regular Health Check up Eye camp SHG (women’s empowerment) meeting Meeting with Govt. officials and SHG Distribution of school uniforms July ‘11
  • 108. Corporate Responsibility • Technical skills training workshop of locals undertaken with Career Launcher – Electrical, plumbing, gardening , etc. – Classroom and onsite training• Discussions on with Grameen Bank (Noble Laureate Prof Yunus) – Create a Grameen House at Lavasa – Entrepreneurship development of villagers through micro-finance July ‘11
  • 109. Corporate Responsibility• Free cancer screening camp organised by Ms. Deveika Bhojwani• Screening, Awareness camp at Bhoini and Apollo Lavasa• Attended by approximately 350 women from villages around Lavasa July ‘11
  • 110. Corporate Responsibility• Diwali celebrated with children from the creche and nearby schools• Shamiana decorated with Diwali theme, Diwali sweets ,music and dance, magic and puppet show July ‘11
  • 111. Lavasa in Media• Advertising in strategic publications on a continuous basis• Full page Lavasa ads in Times of India, Economic Times, Maharashtra Times, Hindustan Times , Daily News and Analysis (DNA) , etc. July ‘11
  • 112. Taking a thought leadership stance July ‘11
  • 113. Lavasa Future Cities• An initiative in association with the Times of India that focusses on urban development & management – Campaign focused on need for new cities – Triggering conversations – Pushing for more workable governance structures• Initiatives undertaken – Creation of a special website – www.lavasafuturecities.com – A pan-India Citizen Connect Initiative across 7 major metros – Spots on Radio Mirchi , Promos on Times Now , SMS campaign (50 lakh sms ; pan India) – Vertical specific ads and articles in all editions of Times of India - Town planning , City Governance, Environment, etc. – Outdoors on the Mumbai- Pune Expressway – Web banners on key websites July ‘11
  • 114. Lavasa Future Cities• Triggering a conversation Nov / Dec 2009 July ‘11
  • 115. Lavasa Future Cities: Ads and Articles• Sensitizing the Indian publics towards the need for new cities Dec 2009 – Apr 2010 July ‘11
  • 116. City Planning and Governance Summit• Modeling the New Urban India – A panel discussion with industry experts , Government , corporate entities and citizens on the cause of building more liveable cities of the future.Jan 2010 , Mumbai July ‘11
  • 117. City Planning and Governance Summit• Modeling the New Urban India – A panel discussion with industry experts , Government , corporate entities and citizens on the cause of building more liveable cities of the future. Jan 2010, Mumbai July ‘11
  • 118. Continuing conversations -The ‘Urban Longings’ series July ‘11
  • 119. Lavasa Future Cities• ‘Urban Longings’ - An article series by India’s leading minds on the need for creating new cities in India – Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam – MJ Akbar – Suhel Seth – Geeta Doctor – Gautam Bhatia – Rahul Bose – Brinda Somaiya – Santosh Desai – Tasneem Mehta – Swaminathan Anklesaria Aiyar July ‘11
  • 120. Lavasa Future CitiesSept - Oct 2010 – Urban Longings series in Times of India July ‘11
  • 121. Lavasa Future Cities• An article series by India’s leading minds on the need for creating new cities in India in the Maharashtra Times – Dr. Raghunath Mashelkar – Dr. Mohan Agashe – Vidyadhar Walawalkar – Govind Shrikhande – Chandrashekhar Prabhu – Dr Sanjay Oak – Paresh Mokashi – Achyut Godbole – Sunil Karve – Sonali Kulkarni July ‘11
  • 122. Lavasa Future CitiesSept - Oct 2010 – Urban Longings series in Maharashtra Times July ‘11
  • 123. Urban Longings on ET Now • A televised debate series • Lively debate with a cross section of panelists including corporates, policy makers, etc. • Aimed at triggering conversations on need for new citiesPanelists of the various city debatesMumbai Mumbai Delhi Delhi Pune BangaloreAjit Gulabchand Anuj Puri Ajit Gulabchand Dr. Abad Ahmad Anil Dharker Anil MenonArun Nanda Madabhi Puri Buch D.R. Kaarthikeyan Dr. Ajay Dua Anu Agha Dr. A. RavindraDr. Indu Shahani Rajgopal Nogja Dr. Kiran Bedi C P Jain Arun Shourie NR Narayana MurthyShirish Sankhe Sebastian Morris Shirish Sankhe Suresh P Prabhu Ashwini Bhide Swati RamanathanVijay Kalantri Dr. S.B Mujumdar July ‘11
  • 124. Urban Longings on ET Now• Debate and discussions on aspects like impact of migration, funding of city development and infrastructure, etc. Panelists at Delhi debate Panelists at Mumbai debate July ‘11
  • 125. Urban Longings on ET Now• Debate and discussions on aspects like need for new cities, use of technology optimally in cities , environmental sensitivity, etc. Panelists at Bangalore debate Panelists at Pune debate July ‘11
  • 126. City Planning and Governance Summit ” Lavasa• Summit policy makers, corporates and experts from various fields• Identifying innovative solutions for the challenges facing our cities – Governance , Technology optimization, etc. July ‘11
  • 127. Lavasa Future Cities ” Accolades• Silver Medal at Olive Crown Awards for creative excellence in ‘green’ communication – Awarded for pioneering work in communicating sustainability – Instituted by the Indian chapter of the International Advertising Association (IAA) with knowledge partner TERI (The Energy Resource Institute) – Awarded at Goafest 2011 – India’s biggest advertising and awards festival conducted by the Advertising Agencies Association of India (AAAI) and The Advertising Club Bombay (ACB) July ‘11
  • 128. Events July ‘11
  • 129. • Launch of Lavasa Holidays – Mesmerizing Monsoon – Package that offers stay, meal vouchers, adventure sports, watersports, spa, etc. – Day packages, Stay package July ‘11
  • 130. PFMI 2011 winners visit Lavasa• PFMI 2011 winners visit Lavasa – Launch of Lavasa Holidays – Fashion show by PFMI 2011 winners, – Audience quiz, Music & Dance July ‘11
  • 131. PFMI 2011 winners visit Lavasa• Inauguration of New Resource Centre at Christel House Lavasa – Educational aids like computers, LCD projector and books The New Resource Centre Glimpses from the Resource Centre inauguration July ‘11
  • 132. • Lavasa Women’s Drive in aid of Cancer Prevention through Early Detection• 3rd Edition had 503 cars, 2011 women• Additional Flag off point : Pune• A specially composed Lavasa Women’s Drive Anthem and T shirt Aishwarya Rai Bachchan at the Lavasa Women’s Drive award Deveika Bhojwani, Anuradha Paraskar, Shibani Kashyap, Pooja ceremony Chopra , Anita Dongre and Roopa Ganguly at the anthem launch July ‘11
  • 133. Certificate from Limca Book of Records, acknowledging Lavasa Womens Drive 2010 as "Indias Biggest All-Women Car Drive July ‘11
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  • 135. Bengal Post July ‘11
  • 136. ‘Ayushyavar Bolu Kaahi’• 700th show of the popular Marathi program ‘Ayushyavar Bolu Kaahi’ presented by Lavasa in Pune• More than 3000 people attended the event• Performances by noted artists Salil Kulkarni, Sandeep Khare, Urmila Dhangar etc. Salil Kulkarni, Sandeep Khare and the group in action The full auditorium July ‘11
  • 137. • Association with MIFTA - taking Marathi films and theatre awards to an international location• Attended by who’s who of Marathi entertainment industry• Awards function at Dubai, Cricket match with stars Ajit Gulabchand handing over the award Ajit Gulabchand handing over the award to to Prakash Amte and Mandatai Amte Mr. Bachchan for his Marathi film “Vihir” July ‘11
  • 138. • Marathi film and theatre personalities at Lavasa At Christel House, Lavasa Enjoying city tour Admiring Bamboosa products July ‘11
  • 139. • Association with Autocar Awards as a destination partner - jury testing, panel discussion• Luminaries like Narain Karthikeyan, Dilip Chhabria , Hormazd Sorabjee , Manwendra Singh, Renuka Kirpalani , etc.• Presentation of Green Car Award by Lavasa Ms. Anuradha Paraskar of Lavasa presenting the Green Car award Panel discussion at Lavasa July ‘11
  • 140. • Amalgamation of art, culture, dance & music• Interactive workshops• Live performance by various artists• Stalls run by prominent NGOs and individual artists. Bollywood singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya performs live Achyut Palav conducting a calligraphy workshop July ‘11
  • 141. • Literature Live - A literature festival in association with Times of India - at NCPA and Dasvino Town & Country Club at Lavasa• Workshops, interactive sessions• Chaired by Anil Dharker, Festival Director, presence of authors like Chetan Bhagat, CP Surendran, Bachi Karkaraia, etc. July ‘11
  • 142. Visit by Prof. Yunus at Lavasa• Prof. Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Prize winner and the Founder of the Grameen Bank and the Grameen Creative Lab at Lavasa, 23rd March’10 July ‘11
  • 143. Cisco ” Wipro tie up with Lavasa• Press conference to announce the partnership of Cisco and Wipro with Lavasa July ‘11
  • 144. • Rock n Hills - A 3 -day music fest at Lavasa• Featuring artistes like Shankar Ehsaan Loy, Gary Lawyer, Shibani Kashyap, etc. July ‘11
  • 145. Media Buzz MIT Professional Education at Lavasa Sir Nick Faldo visits Lavasa Biomimicry Guild Press Conference Apollo Lavasa Hospital Inauguration by Sh. Ashok Chavan, CM of Maharashtra July ‘11
  • 146. Lavasa ” City Development Status• Substantial infrastructure completed• First town, Dasve : Under active implementation• Mugaon Master Plan ready, infrastructure under execution July ‘11
  • 147. Aerial View - Dasve July ‘11
  • 148. Aerial View - Dasve July ‘11
  • 149. Aerial View - Dasve July ‘11
  • 150. Aerial View - Dasve July ‘11
  • 151. Dasve Promenade July ‘11
  • 152. City Services at Lavasa July ‘11
  • 153. City Management Services Building Town Hall - Administrative Building July ‘11
  • 154. City Services Police Station Post Office July ‘11
  • 155. City Services State Bank of India branch at Lavasa Citizen Call Centre Union Bank of India branch at Lavasa July ‘11
  • 156. City Services Petrol Pump Public Safety Centre July ‘11
  • 157. City Services - Healthcare Apollo Lavasa Hospital Apollo Pharmacy July ‘11
  • 158. City Services ” Retail Grocery outlet Apparel outlet Home Town outlet (home interiors solution provider) July ‘11
  • 159. Information Centre Building July ‘11
  • 160. Infrastructure at Lavasa July ‘11
  • 161. Roads Internal Roads Access Roads July ‘11
  • 162. Dasve Dam July ‘11
  • 163. Infrastructure Water Treatment Plant July ‘11
  • 164. Infrastructure Sewage Treatment Plant July ‘11
  • 165. InfrastructureTelecom Tower Transmission Lines Server Room GIS support July ‘11
  • 166. Helipad Helipad July ‘11
  • 167. Residences at Lavasa July ‘11
  • 168. ResidentialLakeside Apartments July ‘11
  • 169. ResidentialLakeside Apartments July ‘11
  • 170. Residential- Villas July ‘11
  • 171. Hospitality at Lavasa July ‘11
  • 172. Hotels at Lavasa : Ekaant ”The Retreat July ‘11
  • 173. Hotels at Lavasa: Fortune Select Dasve July ‘11
  • 174. Hotels at Lavasa : Waterfront Shaw Apartment Hotel July ‘11
  • 175. Hotels at Lavasa : Mercure Lavasa July ‘11
  • 176. Tourism & Leisure at Lavasa July ‘11
  • 177. F& B Options at Lavasa American Diner Vyanjan Zodiac July ‘11
  • 178. F& B Options at Lavasa• Breakfast at Machaan – the restaurant at the Nature Trail near Ekaant PFMI 2011 winners at Machaan PFMI 2011 winners at Machaan July ‘11
  • 179. F& B Options at Lavasa Krazy Koala at Lakeshore Brewberrys - the coffee bar Granma’s Homemade Patisserie July ‘11
  • 180. F& B Options at Lavasa Earthen Oven – North Indian cusine Chor Bizzare – Kashmiri cuisine Tabakh – Lebanese restaurant July ‘11
  • 181. F& B Options at Lavasa Ice cream Parlour Oriental Octopus Past Times July ‘11
  • 182. F& B Options at Lavasa Subway Pizzavala Hungry Hippo July ‘11
  • 183. Tourism at LavasaLakeshore Watersports* PFMI 2011 winners at Lakeshore Watersports July ‘11
  • 184. Tourism at LavasaLavasa International Convention Centre July ‘11
  • 185. Tourism at LavasaBamboosa factory, Nursery July ‘11
  • 186. Tourism at LavasaXthrill – Adventure Academy July ‘11
  • 187. Tourism at Lavasa Xthrill – Adventure Academy* PFMI 2011 winners at Xthrill July ‘11
  • 188. Leisure at LavasaDasvino Town & Country Club July ‘11
  • 189. Leisure at LavasaGames Arcade, Kid’s Play Area July ‘11
  • 190. Leisure at LavasaUrban Park , Park Plaza July ‘11
  • 191. Leisure at LavasaViewing Galleries July ‘11
  • 192. Leisure at LavasaNature Trails July ‘11
  • 193. To sum up….• A planned hill city – 1/5th the size of Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai• Inclusive & sustainable city• Opportunities for Tourism, Hospitality , Leisure , Retail & Business• Not just a real estate project, an urban management & development company• Based on New Urbanism• Environmentally conscious• Vantage location• Strong promoter backing• Good project viability July ‘11
  • 194. Disclaimer• Lavasa Corporation Limited is proposing, subject to receipt of requisite approvals, market conditions and other considerations, a public issue of its equity shares and has filed a Draft Red Herring Prospectus with the Securities and Exchange Board of India (“SEBI”) which is available on the website of SEBI at http://www.sebi.gov.in; and the websites of the Book Running Lead Managers at, http://www.icicisecurities.com;http://www.kmcc.co.in; http://www.morganstanley.com/indiaofferdocu ments; and http://axisbank.com.• Potential investors should note that investment in equity shares involves a high degree of risk and should refer to the section “Risk Factors” in the Draft Red Herring Prospectus. These materials are not for publication or distribution, directly or indirectly, in or into United States (including its territories and possessions, any state of the United States and the District of Columbia). These materials are not an offer of securities for sale into the United States, Canada or Japan. The securities referred to herein have not been and will not be registered under the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and may not be offered or sold in the United States, except pursuant to an applicable exemption from registration. July ‘11