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CONNECTKaro 2015 - Session 1 - Land Management For Smart Cities


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CONNECTKaro 2015 - Session 1
Land Management For Smart Cities
Speaker - Rejeet Mathews

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CONNECTKaro 2015 - Session 1 - Land Management For Smart Cities

  1. 1. PLENARY SESSION # 1 Land Management for Smart Cities
  2. 2. PLENARY SESSION # 1 SESSION BACKGROUND: Land Management for Smart Cities Ms. Rejeet Mathews Manager, Regional Planning and Economics, EMBARQ - WRI India
  3. 3. Land by nature is limited in its supply and faces increasing demand and scarcity especially in urban areas. Smart Cities need Smart Land Management mechanisms… Procuring land for public purposes in efficient yet equitable ways will be the focus of this plenary discussion.
  6. 6. • Over 284 State Legislations on Land are present in the country as listed in the Constitution of India (2011). States continue to legislate on land just as the erstwhile provinces did, as land falls in the Concurrent List of the Constitution. • The discourse on land across the States and at National Level in India today is a result of historic legislation, constitutional powers, court rulings and varied local history and culture. • A variety of innovative mechanisms have arisen across Indian States and cities due to this…
  7. 7. Type of land required for public purpose Greenfield Redevelopment Renewal / Retrofitting Combination Types of Mechanisms & Tools for Land Procurement and Development Bulk Acquisition Land Assembly Guided Urban Devt Land Reservation Transfer of Devt Rights Cluster Redevt Social and environment impact assessment Determination of Project Affected People (PAPs) Resettlement & rehabilitation criteria Impact on physical environment Compensation criteria Implementation, Monitoring and Maintenance of Developed Land PROCESS : LAND MANAGEMENT FOR URBAN DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA Type of stakeholder acquiring or developing the land Government Private Public Private Partnership Owner Developed Pre-feasibility assessment Physical/ Environmental Legal/Socio-political Financial Land type and ownership Governance Land information system Land tenure regulations Land valuation methods Supporting policies and interventions Grievance redressal mechanisms Land use plans
  8. 8. 1. How do State and local land procurement and development mechanisms work? 2. What institutional structure, partnerships, stakeholder participation and legislation are employed? 3. What benefits or constraints does the National Land Acquisition Act pose to various State mechanisms as well as to private players? 4. How can private players be better integrated from the point of view of land procurement and development? 5. What learnings from these land mechanisms can help the Smart City programme? QUESTIONS FOR THE PANELISTS : LAND MANAGEMENT FOR SMART CITIES
  9. 9. Thank you. Ms. Rejeet Mathews Manager, Regional Planning and Economics EMBARQ - WRI India