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Industrial housing

  1. 1. INDUSTRIAL HOUSING Suriya.G 12MSW036
  2. 2. HOUSING • Provision of comfortable shelter. • It would keep the worker fit and cheerful for all the days in the year.
  3. 3. IMPORTANCE • It is one of the essential requirements of human being. • Environment plays a major role in man’s health and well being. • Industrial unrest – The Royal commission on labour – realized – outcome – industrial housing.
  4. 4. IMPORTANCE • Labour investigation committee – bad housing condition – low standard of living. • ILO – recommendation ( no.115) – need of housing. • Improvement of housing condition – leads – reduced sickness, disease, absenteeism, labour turnover.
  5. 5. HOUSING CONDITIONS IN INDUSTRIAL CITIES IN INDIA • BOMBAY Working class dwelling – “chawal”. It is constructed by Government, Municipal corporation, the port trust, textile mills, private landlords. It consist common veranda and one room.
  6. 6. HOUSING CONDITIONS IN INDUSTRIAL CITIES IN INDIA • Calcutta workers lived in Darks, Damp, Leaky Huts – BUSTEES. These huts were constructed without any proper plan. The negative features of this huts are ill ventilated, never cleaned, contaminated water for domestic purpose, inadequate sanitation facility.
  7. 7. HOUSING CONDITIONS IN INDUSTRIAL CITIES IN INDIA • Madras worker lived in single room with or without veranda – “cherries” there is no means for rain proof, proper sanitation.
  8. 8. HOUSING CONDITIONS IN INDUSTRIAL CITIES IN INDIA • Jamshedpur Tata Iron &steel company – quarters – workers. It consist rooms, veranda, separate kitchen, proper latrines with flush type, sufficient lighting, proper ventilation.
  9. 9. DIFFERENT HOUSING SCHEMES • The integrated subsided housing scheme for industrial works and economically weaker sections of the community. (1952) • The law of income group housing scheme. (1954) • The subsidised housing scheme for plantation workers. (1956) • The slum clearence improvements scheme (1956)
  10. 10. • The village housing project scheme (1957) • The middle income group housing scheme (1959). • Rental housing scheme for state government employees. (1959) • The land aquistion and development scheme (1959) • Rural house sites – cum – hut Construction scheme for landless workers. (1971)
  11. 11. TAMIL NADU HOUSING BOARD
  12. 12. TAMIL NADU HOUSING BOARD • It was formed in the year 1961 to cope up with the increasing demand of housing sector. • It provides town planning. • It working under Department of housing and urban development. • Migration – employment search – urban growth.
  13. 13. TAMIL NADU HOUSING BOARD • It created self sustaining townships in late 1970 and early 1980s in Chennai.(Ashok nagar, Besent nagar, Tambaram, Anna nagar etc) • Then it started concentrate on tier II cities like Coimbatore and Madurai. • All residential township developments of TNHB have been a success due to their nonprofit motive.
  14. 14. HUDCO
  15. 15. Housing and Urban Development Corporation Limited (HUDCO) • • • • Founded in the year 1970. Headquarters – Delhi. Public sector / government owned corporation. It works under Ministry of housing and urban poverty alleviation. • Providing affordable housing for urban development.
  16. 16. • To provide long term finance for construction of houses for residential purposes or finance or undertake housing and urban development programmes in the country. • to finance or undertake, wholly or partly, the setting up of new or satellite tows. • to promote, establish, assist, collaborate and provide consultancy services for the projects of designing and planning of works relating to Housing and Urban Development programmes in India and abroad.
  17. 17. Thank you

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