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A Presentation by Mr. Somarapu Satyanarayana, MLA, Ramagundam to Make Ramagundam Municipal Corporation, Andhra Pradesh a Slum free City

A Presentation by Mr. Somarapu Satyanarayana, MLA, Ramagundam to Make Ramagundam Municipal Corporation, Andhra Pradesh a Slum free City

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    • RAMAGUNDAMRamagundam Municipal Corporation is an Industrial Town with Coal Mines of Singereni Collories Co.Ltd. 2600 Mw Power Generation Plant of NTPC Ltd. Thermal Station of A.P.GENCO Fertilizer Plant by FCI which is closed and expected to be revived in couple of years.BPL Power plant which is also expected to commence shortly.
    • RAMAGUNDAM IS WELL CONNECTED Ramagundam is located at a distance of about 230 K.Ms from Hyderabad connected with 4 lane Road. Abutting River Godavari.Connected with NH16 A Broad gauge Railway line from Chennai to Delhi Passes through Ramagundam Railway station. It can be developed as commercial town
    • Ramagundam has more slum population Population : 2.47 Lakhs (as per 2001 census) Area :94.00 Sq. KmsSlum Population:1,18,457 Municipal Wards:34 Slums: 92 Notified:47 Non Notified:45
    • Inclusive Planning in Ramagundam Coal City Urban poor mostly living in slum areas in overcrowded and unsanitary environment Lack of adequate shelter and tenure/property rights Inadequate infrastructure like water & sanitation with poor Operation & Maintenance Lack of adequate livelihood opportunities Lack of education and health facilities All these aspects hinder their human development, reducing their productivity Thus their ability to contribute to the City’s economic development requires inclusiving planning for the purpose of empowering Urban poor as well as Slum dwellers
    • Hi g S c o o h h l M 0 6. 0 OP E N A CS TARE A 2 5 ML O L E E L A R E W V A S a in ers cl M t e ePlan Showing Road Network in Ramagundam Municipal Corporation 0 10 0 30 5 60 0 (Formerly known as National Consultancy for Planning and Engineering) 12-2-826/A/12, LIC Colony, Mehdipatnam, Hyderabad - 500028. Tel.: 040-2351 7558. Fax: 040- 2351 4379. Cell.: 0-98480 35377, 98490 35377
    • EXISTING SLUM AREA IMAGES
    • Proposals of RAYprogramme
    • Rajiv Awas Yojana Objectives  To Provide best Infrastructure and All required amenities to the existing slums.  To Provide sufficient space for future expansion,  To provide considerable Rental Houses Under Corporation to meet temporary housing needs.  To go for vertical construction in thickly populated areas to create more space for better environment, for commercial constructions and for future needs.  To develop Ramagundam as slum free city
    • Slum Free City Plan forRamagundamSlum free city plan is proposed to makeRamagundam a slum free city by providinghousing for all poor and slum householdsand also all the basic services such aswater supply, sanitation, education, healthetc. in an integrated manner. The city willadopt the following strategy for providinghousing and services to the poor.
    • In situ Housing ProjectThe slum free plan proposes for in situ housingprojects in the existing slums having the potentialto accommodate not only the existing slumhouseholds in those slums but also slumhouseholds living in other nearby slums and othersections of the urban poor through multi storiedvertical housing tenements. This plan has identified around 52 slums that havethe potential for in situ housing projects, which canmeet the housing needs of all the existingslum/poor households.
    • Public Private Partnership Approach The plan envisages that the in situ housing projects will be implemented through public private partnership approach. The private sector will be responsible for financing house construction, commercial constructions for viability. Public sector will be responsible for provision of infrastructure The infrastructure cost and viability gap shall be met from the RAY and other schemes .
    • Bank Linkage for Individual LoansThe state government will facilitate bank linkage to make availableloans at subsidized interest rates to the slum households.Construction of Transitory/Rental Housing UnitsFor the construction of in situ housing units, it is necessary toconstruct the transitory housing units. These transitory housingunits can be made available to the poor after the completion of thescheme. The state government has already acquired land, which canbe utilized for this purpose.Reservation of Developed Land for the PoorThe completion of in situ housing projects will enable to relocate theexisting slum households from the nearby slums. This vacant land can be acquired and developed and made availablefor housing projects for future migrant poor.
    •  Feasibility Assessment for In Situ Housing Projects Review of existing data and maps have revealed that around 52 slums belonging to wards 9 to 26 are located in the central city and have the potential for urban renewal and housing through comprehensive in situ housing schemes. The land belonging to these slums was originally owned by the Singareni Colleries Company Ltd. (SCCL). The state government has requested SCCL to provide pattas to the slum dwellers residing on these lands and provided alternate land to SCCL for this purpose. Because of this the SCCL has issued pattas to 17982 slum households who have now become the owners. The proposed housing project would accommodate the existing slum dwellers and generate surplus housing for the poor and also residential housing & commercial space for viablity. The housing for existing slum dwellers would be provided at free of cost. The scheme would recover the costs from the sale of surplus houses and commercial space.
    • Components of PPP The components of the comprehensive housing scheme are as follows: Component 1: Free houses to all the eligible existing slum dwellers Component 2: Surplus houses that can be sold to the poor/ rented & Additional Families at reasonable rates Component 3: Sale of surplus Residential houses & commercial space at good rates for cost recovery• It is felt that it is possible to generate surplus commercial and residential spaces, which would enable the private developer to recover the costs.• The private developer would get the land at free of cost and the infrastructure cost would be met from the subsidy
    • Parties that need to be involved in the project are: 1. Existing slum dwellers 2. Ramagundam Municipal Corporation 3. Singereini Collories Co.Ltd. 4. Private Developers 5. State GovernmentThe financing model would be carefully worked out and would include the following: • Land component from the existing slum dwellers,state government & SCCL • Funds from RAY to meet the infrastructure development • Funds from private developers to construct the residential and commercial units • Possible returns from sale of surplus residential units and commercial space • Possible reduction in house price with bank linkage and buyer’s contribution , state grant and interest subsidy by central Government.
    • SCCL/NTPC/FCI/ APGencoNo of Private TotalWards Houses Qtrs Houses/Huts 1348 34 26893 16702 57077 2
    • SCCL/NTPC/FCI/APGenco Private Sl.No Ward No Total Houses Qtrs Houses/HutsBalance 1 1 220 1030 1250Pucca Houses & 2 2 180 833 1013 3 3 243 1307 1550Infrastructure 4 4 0 1566 1566Development 5 6 5 6 0 1013 973 2022 665 2022 2651Only 1 to 8 wards 7 7 626 558 20 1204 8 8 444 1361 757 2562 Sub Total: 2726 4199 6893 13818 9 9 450 2287 2737 10 10 287 1126 1413 11 11 57 1607 1664 12 12 29 1263 1292 13 13 1681 1681 14 14 334 884 330 1548 15 15 15 1579 1594Ward No 9 to 26 16 16 1832 1832In situ 17 18 17 18 151 703 1346 543 337 1397 1683Development 19 19 429 1219 1648 20 20 399 1110 62 1571 21 21 1130 41 1171 22 22 290 1105 1395 23 23 382 1300 1682 24 24 473 1122 1595 25 25 942 709 1651 26 26 2006 2006Balance Sub Total: 4223 20613 4724 29560Pucca Houses 27 27 106 234 340 28 28 1186 352 1538& 29 29 2071 347 2418Infrastructure 30 31 30 31 805 1351 825 641 2981 641Development 32 32 277 737 1014Only 27 to 34 33 33 2275 2275wards 34 34 2471 21 2492 Sub Total: 6533 2081 5085 13699 Grand Total 13482 26893 16702 57077
    • BPL/APGenco Private Ward No Total Houses Qtrs Houses/Huts 1 220 1030 1250 2 180 833 1013 3 243 1307 1550 4 0 1566 1566 5 0 2022 2022 6 1013 973 665 2651 7 626 558 20 1204 8 444 1361 757 2562 Sub Total: 2726 4199* 6893 13818* We need to sanction 1022 Nos INDIRAMMA houses
    • Ward Nos. 1 to 8 : In ward No. 1 to 8 we have Ramagundam Railway station ,APGENCO, BPL and its surrounding areas with mushroom of slums Government Quarters : 2726 . Huts/sheds in slums: 4199. Private Houses: 6893 .Total:13818 Since reconstruction is not viable, it is proposed to develop balance infrastructure requirements and balance pucca houses to see that the slum people have all pucca house and complete infrastructure The total Balance houses required are 1022 Nos. Balance infrastructure requirement is Rs. 38.20 Crores.
    • SCC/NTPC PrivateWard No Total Houses Qtrs Houses/Huts 27 106 234 340 28 1186 352 1538 29 2071 347 2418 30 805 1351 825 2981 31 641 641 32 277 737 1014 33 2275 2275 34 2471 2081 21 2492 Total 6533 *2081 5085 13699 * We need to sanction 1579 Nos INDIRAMMA houses
    • Ward Nos. 27 to 34: In ward No. 27 to 34 we have NTPC, Singereni Collories Co. Quarters and its surrounding areas with mushroom of slums Government Quarters : 6533 . Huts/sheds in slums: 2081. Private Houses: 5085 .Total:13,699 houses Since reconstruction is not viable, it is proposed to develop balance infrastructure requirements and balance pucca houses to see that the slum people have all pucca house and complete infrastructure The total Balance houses required are 1579 Nos. Balance infrastructure requirement is Rs. 22.50 Crores.
    • SCCL PrivateWard No Total Houses Qtrs Houses/Huts 9 450 2287 2737 10 287 1126 1413 11 57 1607 1664 12 29 1263 1292 13 1681 1681 14 334 884 330 1548 15 15 1579 1594 16 1832 1832 17 151 703 543 1397 18 1346 337 1683 19 429 1219 1648 20 399 1110 62 1571 21 1130 41 1171 22 290 1105 1395 23 382 1300 1682 24 473 1122 1595 25 942 709 1651 26 2006 2006Sub Total: 4223 20613 4724 29560
    • Ward Nos. 9 to 26: The ward No.s 9 to 26 is mostly Singereni Collories Co. area with private lands in the ward no.15 and 16 and partly in 14, 17,18 & 20.It is proposed to take up In Situ Development in Singereni area only. These wards consists 4223 S.C.Co Quarters 20,613 sheds in all the slum areas in the these wards over Singereni Land 4724 Private Houses which are in W.Nos 15,16 and partly in 14,17,18 & 20 29560 Total Houses.
    • Ward Nos. 9 to 26: It is proposed to take up Insitu development on Singereni Land consisting 20,613 sheds and 4223 Singereni Quarters which are also very old and with AC sheet roofing looks like slum houses. I have approached SCCL for accepting to dismantle the old quarters of SCCL so that the same number of new quarters are constructed in a gated community and handed over to the company at free of cost. After clearing this entire area we shall have total Land area of 37.91 Lakhs sqmts i.e 379 hectares for development of a new city like area providing free housing to all the dismantled huts/sheds and Singereni Quarters.
    • Ward Nos. 9 to 26: Required houses are to be constructed for the families where more than one couple is living together in single combined family. We have also to provide houses for the slums in isolated areas where it is costly to provide infrastructure and as they are near to this area, they are proposed for shifting to this redevelopment area. We have also to provide accommodation to the people who are living in rented accommodation.
    • Ward Nos. 9 to 26: The cost involved in construction and providing free houses has to be recovered by the PPP operator from the following Residential:  the houses to be constructed for allotment to more than one families living together,  slum houses proposed for shifting,  people living in rented accommodation  the LIG, MIG,HIG houses constructed for sale to the people of above poverty line.  If Singereni Collieries likes to encourage “Own Your Home” scheme, we should construct required houses for this purpose.
    • Ward Nos. 9 to 26: Commercial:  Construction of commercial complexes for out right sale.  Construction and sale of cold storages.  Sale of space in Parking Complexes.  Construction & Sale of Multiplex.  Construction & Sale of Community Halls.  Const. & Sale of Weekly Markets for textiles and other exhibition sales.  Construction & Sale of Star Hotels.  Construction & sale of Shopping Malls and food courts.  Construction & sale of Health city  Construction and sale of Buildings for educational institutions.  Construction & sale of many other amenities required for the city.
    • Infrastructure The required infrastructure cost has to be provide by Government of India. The viability gap if any has also to be provided by Government of India.
    • Economics for In situ Development Construction of houses for free allotment:Particulars No.s Area(SFT) Total Area Constr Total uction Cost(in (In Lakhs cost Crores) SFT) per SFTNo. of sheds dismantled and to be 20613 450 92.76 800 742.068reconstructedNo. of Singereni Co. Quarters dismantled 4223 600 25.34 800 202.704and to be reconstructedRental accommodation for floating 1000 400 4.00 800 32.00population under Corporation Control 25836 976.772 Miscellaneous Expenses 23.23 Grand Total: 1000.00
    • Economics for In situ Development No.s Avg TotalArea Constr. TotalCost SalePrice Cost of Cost Area (In Lakhs Cost/sft in Crores per sales Recovery (SFT) SFT) SFT) ( in Crores)ParticularsA ResidentialHouses for Additional 7000 450 31.50 800.00 252.00 1200.00 378.00 126.00 families and families in Rented AccommodationsHouse for relocation 2000 450 9.00 800.00 72.00 1200.00 108.00 36.00LIG ,MIG & HIG Houses for 500 1500 7.50 900.00 67.50 1800.00 135.00 67.50 sale do- 1000 1200 12.00 900.00 108.00 1800.00 216.00 108.00 do- 1500 900 13.50 900.00 121.50 1800.00 243.00 121.50 do- 2000 800 16.00 900.00 144.00 1800.00 288.00 144.00 do- 4000 600 24.00 900.00 216.00 1800.00 432.00 216.00 do- 18000 113.50 981.00 1800.00 819.00
    • No.s Avg TotalAa Constr. TotalCos SalePric Cost of Cost Area (In Cost/sft t e per sales Recovery (SFT) Lakhs in Crores SFT) ( inParticulars SFT) Crores)B Commercial ComplexesWhole Sale Kiran Shops 100 3000 3.00 700.00 21.00 1600.00 48.00 27.00Retail Kirana Shops 1000 800 8.00 700.00 56.00 1600.00 128.00 72.00Electrical Whole sale 50 1500 0.75 700.00 5.25 1600.00 12.00 6.75Electrical Retail 100 600 0.60 700.00 4.20 1600.00 9.60 5.40Readymade Garments 70 2000 1.40 700.00 9.80 1600.00 22.40 12.60Whole saleReadymade Garments Retail 200 1000 2.00 700.00 14.00 1600.00 32.00 18.00Fruit Shops whole sale 50 3000 1.50 700.00 10.50 1600.00 24.00 13.50Fruit Shops Retail 1000 450 4.50 700.00 31.50 1600.00 72.00 40.50Textile Whole sale 60 2000 1.20 700.00 8.40 1600.00 19.20 10.80Textile Retail 500 1000 5.00 700.00 35.00 1600.00 80.00 45.00Textile weekly 100 800 0.80 700.00 5.60 1600.00 12.80 7.20market/exhibition sales Contd..
    • No.s Avg TotalAa Constr. TotalCos SalePric Cost of Cost Area (In Cost/sft t e per sales Recovery (SFT) Lakhs in Crores SFT) ( in SFT) Crores)Particulars 100 800 0.80 700.00 5.60 1600.00 12.80 7.20Home needs 70 1500 1.05 700.00 7.35 1600.00 16.80 9.45Metal Market 100 500 0.50 700.00 3.50 1600.00 8.00 4.50Mobile Shops 30 2000 0.60 700.00 4.20 1600.00 9.60 5.40Furniture shopsGeneral Stores 100 800 0.80 700.00 5.60 1600.00 12.80 7.20 50 800 0.40 700.00 2.80 1600.00 6.40 3.60Cycle shopsGold Shops 50 800 0.40 700.00 2.80 1600.00 6.40 3.60 50 500 0.25 700.00 1.75 1600.00 4.00 2.25Watch & Clock shops 20 300 0.06 700.00 0.42 1600.00 0.96 0.54Flower ShopsSweet Shops & Bakery 50 1000 0.50 700.00 3.50 1600.00 8.00 4.50 20 1000 0.20 700.00 1.40 1600.00 3.20 1.80Shoe Shop 20 2000 0.40 700.00 2.80 1600.00 6.40 3.60Engineering ShopsHardware shops 20 2000 0.40 700.00 2.80 1600.00 6.40 3.60Sub Total 3910 35.11 1883.77 3675.76 1791.99Grand Total 21910 148.61 2864.77 5475.76 2610.99
    • C Further Possible Structures to be constructedfor whole city requirement Particulars No.s Shopping Malls 5 Multiplex 1 Health City Cold Storages 5 Individual Hospitals 20 Parking Complexes 5 Multy Speciality Hospitals 4 Janata Hotels 4 Diagnostic Centres 4 Star Hotels 2 Community Halls 10 Surgical Shops 3 Educational Institution Buildings 10 Whole Sale Pharmacueticals 5 Office Complex 1 Retail Medical shops 25 Banks 10 Own your Home Scheme Food Courts 4 by Singereni Collories Planitorium 1 Co. Ltd. 3000 Indoor Stadiums 2 Clubs 5 Gymnasium 8 Swimming Pools 2
    • Assistance by GOIInfrastructure grant requirement For 1 to 8 wards : Rs.38.20 Crores For 27 to 34 wards: Rs.22.50 Crores For 9 to 26 wards for In situ development for 34,836 weaker section houses at Rs.1.00 lakh per house: Rs.348.36 Crores Total Infrastructure Cost: Rs: 409.06 Crores Interest Subsidy on housing loan for 9000 weaker section houses
    • Assistance by State Government & SCCL Issuing pattas/ Land Rights to allottees Subsidy of Rs. 50,000 by State Government to 9000 Nos. weaker section houses allotted on Bank loan basis. If agreed to give interest subsidy to the employees of Singereni on “Own your Home scheme”. Sanction of 2601 INDIRAMMA houses by State Government. Singereni Collories have to permit to develop new city over an area of 379 hectares while retaining the permanent structures like hospital, Stadium,Religious structures etc.
    • With the above proposal theRamagundam shall become slum free city under Rajiv Awas Yojna
    • COST OF CONSTRUCTION OF HOUSES IN PILOT PROJECT UNDER RAY PROGRAMME IN RAMAGUNDAM MUNICIPAL CORPORATION Particulars No.s Area(SFT) Total Area Construction Total Cost(in cost per SFT Crores) (In Lakhs SFT)No. of sheds to be dismantled and to be 2200 450 9.9 800 79.20reconstructed No. of Singereni Co. Quarters to be D Type 393 550 2.16 800 17.29 dismantled and to be reconstructed C type 60 900 0.54 800 4.32 NC type 16 1000 0.16 800 1.28 B type 40 1100 0.44 800 3.52 A type 4 1400 0.06 800 0.45Rental accommodation for floating 100 400 0.40 800 3.20population under Corporation Control 2813 13.66 109.26 Miscellaneous Expenses 10.74 Grand Total: 120.00
    • Constructions for housing and Commercial Complexes for improved city and for cost recovery: No.s Avere Total Constru Total Sale Price Cost of Cost age Area(In ction Cost(in (In Rs per sales( in Recovery Area(S Lakhs cost per Crores) SFT) Crores) FT) SFT) SFTParticularsA Residential 500 450 2.25 800.00 18.00 1200.00 27.00 9.00Houses for Additional familiesand families in RentedAccommodations 200 450 0.90 800.00 7.20 1200.00 10.80 3.60House for relocation 100 1200 1.20 900.00 10.80 1800.00 21.60 10.80LIG ,MIG & HIG Houses for sale 200 900 1.80 900.00 16.20 1800.00 32.40 16.20 do- 300 800 2.40 900.00 21.60 1800.00 43.20 21.60 do- 500 600 3.00 900.00 27.00 1800.00 54.00 27.00 do- do- 1800 11.55 100.80 189.00 88.20
    • Constructions for housing and Commercial Complexes for improved city and for cost recovery: No.s Averea Total Construc Total Sale Price Cost of Cost ge Area(I tion Cost(in (In Rs sales( i Recove Ar n cost Crores) per n ry ea( Lakhs per SFT) Crores) SF SFT) SFTParticulars T)B Commercial ComplexesTextile BazaarShow rooms 4 4000 0.16 700.00 1.12 1600.00 2.56 1.44Show rooms 10 2000 0.20 700.00 1.40 1600.00 3.20 1.80Cloth shops 20 1000 0.20 700.00 1.40 1600.00 3.20 1.80Cloth shops 50 400 0.20 700.00 1.40 1600.00 3.20 1.80Ready Made Retail 20 1000 0.20 700.00 1.40 1600.00 3.20 1.80Ready Made Retail 30 400 0.12 700.00 0.84 1600.00 1.92 1.08Wholesale cloth 20 2000 0.40 700.00 2.80 1600.00 6.40 3.60wholesale ready made garments 10 2000 0.20 700.00 1.40 1600.00 3.20 1.80Janatha Hotels 2 4000 0.08 700.00 0.56 1600.00 1.28 0.72Home needs showrooms 4 2000 0.08 700.00 0.56 1600.00 1.28 0.72Home needs shops 10 1000 0.10 700.00 0.70 1600.00 1.60 0.90Elecrtical shops 4 1000 0.04 700.00 0.28 1600.00 0.64 0.36Elecrtical shops 10 600 0.06 700.00 0.42 1600.00 0.96 0.54Retail shops for convenience of 400 400 1.60 700.00 11.20 1600.00 25.60 14.40 residentsSub Total 594 3.64 25.48 58.24 32.76Grand Total 2394 15.19 126.28 247.24 120.96
    • PILOT PROJECT VIABLITY ANALYSIS UNDER RAY PROGRAMME IN RAMAGUNDAM MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONExpected cost of InfrastructureFor 30.00 Lakh sft built up area infrastructure cost @200 per sft Rs.60.00 CroresAssistance from state & Central GovernmentsFor 13.45 lakh built up area (9.90+0.4+2.25+0.90) @200 per sft x 0.7 Rs.26.90 CroresBalance infrastructure cost to be met by operator Rs.33.10 CroresCost of building constructions in the pilot project(120.00+126.28) Rs.246.28 CroresExpected contribution from State & Central at 70%on RAYcovered houses (82.4 + 25.20 =107.6x 0.7)= Rs.75.32 CroresCost to be borne by operator (246.28-75.2) Rs.170.96 CroresInfrastructure cost to the operator’s account Rs. 33.10 CroresTotal Cost to be borne by the operator Rs.204.16 CroresExpected sale receipts by operator247.24-17.64(25.20X0.7) Rs.229.60 Crores
    • In addition, the operator has to develop a Multiplex, a parking complex a star Hotel, twoCommunity halls, a Food court, a City club and a Health city which are essential for a modeltown for which sufficient place will also be available.The operator can recover considerable amount by sale of these structuresSince there is a good viability, the Municipality need not spend any thing for this project.The 50% share of central and 20% share of state Government can also be reduced to goodextent and we can build new city to improve quality of life of poor & facilities to publicTransit AccommodationFor taking RAY project for whole city where we have proposed 22000 houses to be dismantledwe proposed a transit accommodation for 4000 houses. To take up the pilot project we needatleast a transit accommodation of 2000 houses at initial stage of commencement of pilotproject for which sufficient land is already acquired and availableThe cost of transit accommodation including infrastructure Rs.90.00 Crores(2000X450 X1000)The contribution of state and central Government at 70 %( 90.00X0.7) RS.63.00 CroresThe cost to be borne by Municipality (i.e 90.00-63.00) Rs.27.00 CroresThis cost also has to be borne by the operator
    • SLUM FREE CITY PLAN OF ACTION CONCEPT TRANSIT ACCOMADATION TOTAL SITE AREA :- 32 acres (133080sqm)B TYPES OF ACCOMDATIONS PROPOSED :- EWS - 25 sqm - 3 TYPES EWS - 35 sqm - 3 TYPES MIG - 45 sqm – 2 TYPES TOTAL NO OF HOUSE HOLDS:- 3980 UNITS TOTAL AREA FOR AMENITIES :- 10565 sqm C TOTAL ROAD AREA :- 13052 sqmA THE CENTRAL AREA IN THE BLUE IS PROPOSED AND CAN BE USED BOTH FOR COMMERCIAL & LANDSCAPING/PARKS D
    • BySomarapu Satyanarayana MLA Ramagundam