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SATELLITE TOWN CONCEPTS
INTRODUCTION
What Are Satellite Townships?
A satellite town or satellite city is a concept in urban planning that
refers e...
City Development Plan for Satellite Town
SCATTERED SATELLITES
Development of Satellite Townships
Town or a city reach a certain limit of congestion and exhaustion
Land Shortage , Ina...
Charecteristics
predate the metropolis' suburban expansion
At least partially independent from that metropolis economica...
Need For Satellite Town
Severe uncontrolled growth of
urban population
Problem in managing already
over strained cities
...
Need For Satellite Town
Challenges in management of
essential infrastructure like
water supply
Sewerage
Drainage
 sol...
Need For Satellite Town
Tremendous strain on the delivery of
services in major cities due to the
concentration of economi...
FEATURES
Satellite townships have their own local government and corporate
life.
They have all the necessary amenities a...
FEATURES
setting up of industries is prohibited in Satellite townships. It is mainly
a residential area having only local...
Admissible Components
Central assistance will be admissible for the following components
Water supply and sanitation
Sew...
Inadmissible Components
Central assistance will not be admissible for the following components
Power
 Telecom
Health
E...
OBJECTIVES
To develop urban infrastructure facilities such as
DRAINAGE AND SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
TRANSPORTATIONSEWERAGE
OBJECTIVES
To adopt innovative public – private partnerships models for
development of satellite towns.
Earmarking 10-15...
c. Reform of property tax with Geographical Information System (GIS)
and arrangements for its effective implementation so ...
Objectives
e. Internal earmarking of budgets
for basic services to the urban poor
f. Earmarking of housing sites for
the u...
Objectives
h. Implementation of Public Disclosure Law
i. Implementation of Community Participation Law
Process
City Development Plan for Satellite Town
Preparation of City Region Plan
Integration of Planning Process betwee...
City Development Plan for Satellite Town
A City Development Plan (CDP) shall be prepared for the satellite town
by the UL...
City Development Plan for
Satellite Town
The planning of the town shall address environmental
sustainability issues, gree...
Preparation of City Region Plan
The concerned ULB should prepare a City Region Plan, which should contain:
Delineation of...
Integration of Planning Process between
the Mother City and Satellite Towns.
The planning process of the Mother town and t...
Outcomes Of Satellite Township
Development
a. Amelioration of population pressure on metropolitan towns.
b. Improved fin...
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  1. 1. . SATELLITE TOWN CONCEPTS
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION What Are Satellite Townships? A satellite town or satellite city is a concept in urban planning that refers essentially to smaller metropolitan areas which are located somewhat near to, but are mostly independent of, larger metropolitan areas.
  3. 3. City Development Plan for Satellite Town
  4. 4. SCATTERED SATELLITES
  5. 5. Development of Satellite Townships Town or a city reach a certain limit of congestion and exhaustion Land Shortage , Inadequate Transportation.
  6. 6. Charecteristics predate the metropolis' suburban expansion At least partially independent from that metropolis economically and socially Physically separated from the metropolis by rural territory or by a major geographic barrier such as a large river; satellite cities should have their own independent urbanized area, or equivalent Have their own bedroom communities Have a traditional downtown surrounded by traditional "inner city" neighborhoods May or may not be counted as part of the large metropolis' Combined Statistical Area
  7. 7. Need For Satellite Town Severe uncontrolled growth of urban population Problem in managing already over strained cities increase in the demand for infrastructure facilities and amenities land shortage, housing shortfall, inadequate transportation
  8. 8. Need For Satellite Town Challenges in management of essential infrastructure like water supply Sewerage Drainage  solid waste disposal
  9. 9. Need For Satellite Town Tremendous strain on the delivery of services in major cities due to the concentration of economic activities and population Need for decentralization of activities so as to reduce the burden on these cities.
  10. 10. FEATURES Satellite townships have their own local government and corporate life. They have all the necessary amenities and facilities present within their limits except for a few purposes like employment and sometimes education, they have to depend on the main city i.e. the parent city. Transportation means such as buses, trains etc all connect the various satellite townships to the main city so that travelling to the main city for work is not an issue. It is free to decide its economic, social and cultural activities. Satellite townships generally develop beyond the green belt of the city.
  11. 11. FEATURES setting up of industries is prohibited in Satellite townships. It is mainly a residential area having only local shops, schools for children, etc. Zoning regulations are not an issue in the development of satellite townships. These townships never become a rival to their parent city because their size and development is restricted and controlled. satellite townships are considered as a part of the market for some goods and services that are produced in the parent city (some times)
  12. 12. Admissible Components Central assistance will be admissible for the following components Water supply and sanitation Sewerage and solid waste management Capacity building assistance Sewerage and solid waste Water supply
  13. 13. Inadmissible Components Central assistance will not be admissible for the following components Power  Telecom Health Education Wage employment programmes staff component
  14. 14. OBJECTIVES To develop urban infrastructure facilities such as DRAINAGE AND SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT TRANSPORTATIONSEWERAGE
  15. 15. OBJECTIVES To adopt innovative public – private partnerships models for development of satellite towns. Earmarking 10-15% of housing sites for the urban poor i.e,Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) / Low Income Group (LIG)
  16. 16. c. Reform of property tax with Geographical Information System (GIS) and arrangements for its effective implementation so as to raise collection efficiency to 85 per cent. d. Levy of reasonable user charges, with the objective that full cost of operation and maintenance is collected within some years.
  17. 17. Objectives e. Internal earmarking of budgets for basic services to the urban poor f. Earmarking of housing sites for the urban poor g. Formulating bye laws which shall incorporate provisions for disaster management, rainwater harvesting, reuse and recycle of waste water, barrier free environment and structural safety and shall also be in strict compliance with the National Building code
  18. 18. Objectives h. Implementation of Public Disclosure Law i. Implementation of Community Participation Law
  19. 19. Process City Development Plan for Satellite Town Preparation of City Region Plan Integration of Planning Process between the Mother City and Satellite Towns. Appraisal of City Development Plan Detailed Project Report Appraisal of Detailed Projects Reports Sanction and monitoring of Projects under the Scheme Monitoring and Evaluation
  20. 20. City Development Plan for Satellite Town A City Development Plan (CDP) shall be prepared for the satellite town by the ULB or some other agency designated for the purpose Planning on concept of continuity, compactness and self – containment Each part of the township while being self-sufficient in itself should form an integral part of the town as a whole having clear functional linkages with the mother city and other urban centers The planning of satellite town may adopt different kind of development i.e. low-rise and low-density development/high rise medium density or high-rise and high-density development depending on the local and felt demand.
  21. 21. City Development Plan for Satellite Town The planning of the town shall address environmental sustainability issues, green buildings and disaster mitigation aspects Incremental approach in providing for infrastructure / facilities have rational and judicious use of scarce resources both in the form ofland and fiscal resources.
  22. 22. Preparation of City Region Plan The concerned ULB should prepare a City Region Plan, which should contain: Delineation of area based on physical and socio-economic linkages  Settlement structure  Land use and network  Environmentally sensitive zones. Heritage precincts Addressing prominent concerns of major sectors of the economy,
  23. 23. Integration of Planning Process between the Mother City and Satellite Towns. The planning process of the Mother town and the Satellite townships shall be integrated through inclusion of suitable representation of the Satellite Township in the Metropolitan Planning Committee of the Mother Town.
  24. 24. Outcomes Of Satellite Township Development a. Amelioration of population pressure on metropolitan towns. b. Improved financial management in urban local bodies. c. Improvement in basic infrastructure and service delivery related to water supply, sanitation and solid waste management. d. Improved urban planning

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