Transcript of "Musi River Beautification Project progress"
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION OF HYDERABAD
SAVE MUSI CAMPAIGN ACTION TAKEN• Sri Hafeez Contractor leading Architect from Mumbai has been appointed as a consultant for the project.• Works as per the time line in progress.• The ID sewers work in the heritage precinct: Tenders being settled by HMWS&SB.• Formal Launch of the project on 17.08.2005.
Save Musi Campaign Action Plan for the Heritage Precinct (Puranapul to Chaderghat Bridge - 3.98 Km)Prerequisites 1 Delineation of Riverfront Development Zone 2 Creation of SPV 3 Acquisition of Riverbed Land 4 Trasfer of Public Properties to MCH ComponentSl. Estimat ed Time May-06 Mar-06 Nov-05 Feb-06 Apr-06 Aug-05 Jan-06 Project Dec-05 Jun-06 Jul-06 Sep-05 Oct-05 Months) (inNo. ActionsI Environmental Upgradation of the River 1 Imliban Island Environmental Upgradation a Development of Imliban Park 3 b Relocation of Conflicting Activities 3 2 Check Dams a Structural Design & Detailed Estimation Completed b Construction 6 3 Landscaping & Recreation a Detailed Design 2 b Development of Promenades & Flood Plains 8 4 Open Spaces Revitalisation a Identification of Open Spaces 1 b Detailed Design & PPP Strategies 2 c Development 6
Road Infrastructure 1 River Drives & Junction Improvements a Preparation of RDPs 1 b Detailed Design of Roads & Junctions 2 c Development 9 2 Access Roads Improvements a Preparation of RDPs 1 b Detailed Design 2 c Development 6 3 Parking Faciltities a Identification of Off-Street Parking Locations 1 b Design of Parking Lots 1 c Development through PPPs 6Heritage & Conservation 1 Restoration of Bridges & Structures a Conservation Architectural Design 2 b Restoration of the heritage structures 6 2 Heritage Precinct Development a Detailed Conservation Plan 3 b Urban Design Guidelines 1 c Precinct Development 9
Rehabilitation 1 Relocation of Existing River Bed Activities a Identification & Enumeration 1 b Formulation of Policy 1 c Detailed Rehabilitation Plan 2 d Implementation 6 2 Rationalisation of Graveyards & Burning Ghats a Identification & Enumeration 1 b Formulation of Policy 1 c Detailed Rehabilitation Plan 1 d Implementation 3 3 Rationalisation of Religious Structures a Identification & Enumeration 1 b Formulation of Policy 1 c Detailed Rehabilitation Plan 2 d Implementation 9 4 Rehabilitation of Dhobi Ghats a Identification & Enumeration 1 b Formulation of Policy 1 c Detailed Rehabilitation Plan 1 d Implementation 3
5 Restoration of Ethnic Markets a Identification & Detailed Survey 1 b Design & PPP formulation 2 c Implementation 6 6 Ganesh Immersion Ghat a Detailed Design 1 b Development of Access Roads 3 c Construction of the Ghat 6Administrative Actions 1 Asset Management Plan a Identification of Public Properties 1 b Preparation of Asset Management Plan 3
PROBLEM Inadequate drainage system Annual rain fall : 750 mm; Maximum intensity of rain fall in Hyderbad: 40 mm/hr; this year : 30 mm/hr Carrying capacity of existing drainage sytem : 12 mm/hr (i.e., only 1/3rd capacity) Surface run-off water drains into Major lakes; Nalas; Hussain Sagar; & Musi River Number of lakes drastically reduced & fore shore area encroached Hussain Sagar shrunk substantially
Hyderabad has a history of floods – 1908; 1930; 1962;1970; & 2000 Kirloskar consultants studied the problem and gave recommendations in 2003 Major causes for floods/inundation: • Inadequate drainage system • Construction of houses in flood absorbing tanks; foreshore areas of lakes etc. • Massive encroachments of nalas, tank beds etc., shrinkage • Dumping of debris & garbage into open nalas • Diversion of water courses to accommodate colonies • Increased run-off due to paving of surface • Reduced flood absorbing capacity of tanks breaches & overflow into low lying areas
Major flood prone areas: • Low laying area of Hussain Sagar; • Saroor Nagar Tank; • Errakunta; Balkapur; • Kawadiguda; Domalguda; • Ashok Nagar;Bhavani Nagar; • Ganaga Nagar; Begumpet; • Lunger House; Afzal Sagar; • Mallepally etc. Encroachers are both the cause and victims of flooding/inundation.
Kirloskar consultants identified deficiency of all sections of drainage system (more than 75% of deficiency found) Major flood prone nalas: • Hussain Sagar Surplus Nala - 1 • Balkapur Channel • Durgam Cheruvu Nala • Afzal Sagar Nala • Kishanbagh Nala • Old City Nala • Murki Nala • Saroor Nagar Surplus Nala
Improvements proposed: • Widening & deepening of nalas • Construction of retaining walls on both side of nalas • Removal of encroachments • Modification of cross drainage works • Regrading of storm water drainage system
Issues involved: • Cost of project (Modernization of the total system): Rs. 450 crores • Rehabilitation of poor encroachers & removal of encroachments • Removal of permanent/big constructions all along the nalas • Proper enforcement of WALTA. • Prevention of further shrinkage of tanks & lakes • Creation of awareness • Enlightened political support