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  1. 1. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. NEPEAN SEA ROAD CITIZENS’ FORUM NSRCF-VISION 2020
  2. 2. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. GOOGLE EARTH IMAGE OF THE NEPEAN SEA ROAD LENGTH- 1.74KM Nepean sea road
  3. 3. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Principles for street design Safety Streets must be safe for all users. This implies that every street needs to have a slow zone where pedestrians have priority .In smaller streets with a shared space format, the entire street becomes a slow zone for all users, including pedestrians, vendors, cycles, and cars. Mobility Larger roads can include a mobility zone for vehicle movement. This mobility zone—for Private vehicles and public transport—is physically separated from the slow zone. The mobility zone may include a segregated cycle track if the speed differential between cyclists and motor vehicles is high. In addition, dedicated bus lanes can improve service quality for public transport users. Pedestrian accessibility All streets need to have continuous footpaths or safe shared space with minimal grade differences and adequate clear width for pedestrian through movement. Livability Elements such as tree lines, landscaping, and furniture enhance a street’s slow zone, creating space for relaxation, interaction, vending, and other activities. Sensitivity to local context Street design should factor in local street activities, patterns of pedestrian movement, and nearby land uses. Creative use of street space For example, the width occupied by a parking lane can become multi Functional if it includes occasional bulb-outs For street vending or Street furniture.
  4. 4. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Pedestrian zone Furniture zone Frontage zone Furniture zone Pedestrian zone Frontage zone Footpaths have distinct zones that serve separate purposes: Pedestrian zone. This zone provides continuous space for walking and should be clear of any obstructions. It should be at least 2 m wide. Frontage zone. Provides a buffer between street-side activities and the pedestrian zone. Next to a compound wall, the frontage zone can become a plantation strip. Furniture zone. This is a space for landscaping, furniture, lights, bus stops, signs, and private property access ramps. The smallest well functioning footpath/tree package has a width of 3 m, including a 2 m clear space and 1 m tree pits. Street furniture is positioned in line with the tree pits to maintain 2 m of clear space. Footpath-Ideal footpath layout
  5. 5. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. The issues to be addressed in Nepean sea road based on our site analysis and observation are as follows:- • underutilized footpath due to discontinuity. • physical hindrance on footpath leading to insufficient width. • undefined pedestrian crossing. • inefficient bus stops and bus shelter to be given a makeover. • inadequate street furniture like benches and trash receptacles along the street. • vendor encroachment on footpath. “ The character of the city and its neighborhoods is largely determined by the appearance of its streetscape.” - Time-Saver standards for Urban Design
  6. 6. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. footpath- discontinuity Existing footpath discontinuity / linkage images showing footpath discontinuity near Lodha Costeria St.STEPHEN’S CHURCH
  7. 7. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. footpath- discontinuity Existing footpath discontinuity / linkage Petrol pump near Swapnalok Near Matru AshishNear Farmfair MAFCO LAXMI VILAS
  8. 8. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. footpath- discontinuity Existing footpath discontinuity / linkage Burhani Mahal Mont Blanc Ram Mansion PDP RUNGTHA LANE
  9. 9. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. footpath- discontinuity Existing footpath discontinuity / linkage S M Ruja Shivner Symphony Nepean house Birla House RBI building BIRLA HOUSE
  10. 10. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Existing case-1 Existing case-2 Ideal solution Break in connectivity Ending the footpath with abrupt curbs Lowering the entire footpath to the level of the carriageway is unacceptable as property entrances may become waterlogged Providing vehicular access ramps ensures connectivity in footpath Footpath-connectivity
  11. 11. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Footpath - solution for discontinuity Raised pedestrian crossing ensures footpath connectivity and safety to the pedestrians xx’ section xx’
  12. 12. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. footpath- insufficient width due to hindrance (tree pits) Near Urvashi Near Rungtha Lane Nepean Garage Near Petit HallOrbitLodha Costeria Ila Kunj
  13. 13. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. footpath- solution for insufficient width existing condition section xx’ plansection yy’plan a-existing effective width b-effective width after intervention c-overall footpath width proposal y y’ x x’  protruding curb in tree pits can be replaced by a tree grate. Thus increasing the effective footpath width.
  14. 14. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. footpath- solution for insufficient width Tree Grate-costing Specification Size (mm) No's Rate/unit Amount Overall dimensions: 1000mm (Length) X 1000mm (Width) X 40 mm (Thickness) Each Tree Surround set consists of 4 Nos panels of 500mm Length X 500mm width X 40mm Thickness 1000 X 1000 X 40 50 1,262 63,116 Overall dimensions: 1500mm (Length) X 1500mm (Width) X 40 mm (Thickness) Each Tree Surround set consists of 4 Nos panels of 750mm Length X 750mm width X 40mm Thickness 1500 X 1500 X 40 90 2,074 1,86,662 Overall dimensions: 1800mm (Length) X 1800mm (Width) X 40 mm (Thickness) Each Tree Surround set consists of 4 Nos panels of 900mm Length X 900mm width X 40mm Thickness 1800 X 1800 X 40 10 3,062 30,621 Total 150 2,80,399 Note: Prices indicated are inclusive of taxes ≈ 3 lakhs
  15. 15. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. footpath- solution for insufficient width existing condition with tree-pit at the center proposal  at locations where the tree pit is centrally placed, pedestrian free movement is achieved by replacing a car park with a bulb-out.
  16. 16. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. This painted crossing is ineffective as drivers do not observe painted road markings. The only means of ensuring pedestrian safety is physical treatment. This raised pedestrian crossing compels vehicle users to slow down. The height of the crossing is the same as that of the adjacent footpath, improving convenience for pedestrians. Existing crossing proposal section xx’ Pedestrian crossing
  17. 17. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. In the context of Nepean sea road, the locations of the existing BMC bus stops are at the curb side. It is by and large observed that the utilization of the stop & shelter is negligible. The distance between the stop and the bus is sufficient to incorporate a passing lane. The size of the shelter is not large enough to hold the number of passengers waiting at the stop. Hence the passengers spill over on to the road. Also, accesses to a majority of the bus stops have been obstructed by large trees and vendors.  Curb side bus stops have to be segregated from the pedestrian pathway wherever the footpath width is less. Bus stop & Bus shelter – site analysis Passenger spill over on the road
  18. 18. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Bus stop & Bus shelter – site analysis on street parking near bus stop no bus shelter bus stops in the middle of the road resulting in traffic congestion existing case - 1
  19. 19. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Bus stop & Bus shelter – site analysis existing case - 2 tight space for pedestrians to pass by xx’ section xx’
  20. 20. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Kerb Side Bus Stop: A bus stop by the kerb is the usual type of bus stop, and this makes it possible for traffic to pass the bus while it is at the bus stop. The design is simple and it is easy to fit in to any street. However, problems sometimes are that some parking spaces by the kerb have to be removed in order for the bus to access the stop, and also this kind of stop does not give buses any priority. Buses can also sometimes have problems entering the bus stop if cars have been parked too close to the bus stop. The minimum footpath width at a bus stop should normally be 3m. Where a shelter is to be provided, there should be at least 0.5m clearance between any part of the shelter and the edge of the road. There should be a clear footway of at least 1.3m between the shelter and the rear edge of the footpath (both for cantilever-style shelters where the roof extends beyond the support and enclosed shelters). Bus stop-Ideal LayoutBus stop- Ideal Layout 1
  21. 21. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Lay-by bus stop : Lay-by bus stops are often provided, to enable buses to stop out with the traffic stream, and to eliminate the obstruction of other traffic by stationary buses. However, on busy roads, particularly where traffic is moving constantly, it is often difficult for buses to then re-enter the traffic stream. Because of this there is a common tendency for drivers not to pull fully into the lay-by. This can cause inconvenience to passengers, particularly during heavy rain when kerbside gutters may be running with water. It can also cause problems for elderly and disabled passengers. The minimum footpath width at a bus stop should normally be 3m. Where a shelter is to be provided, there should be at least 0.5m clearance between any part of the shelter and the edge of the road. There should be a clear footway of at least 1.3m between the shelter and the rear edge of the footpath (both for cantilever-style shelters where the roof extends beyond the support and enclosed shelters). Bus stop-Ideal Layout Bus stop-Ideal Layout 2
  22. 22. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Footpath-costing SI.No Item Description Area (sq.m ) Volume (cum) Rate/ sq.m or cum Amount 1.) Pre-Cast Concrete Paver Block providing and laying paver block 60mm thk including bedding (sand-50mm thk) 2816 - 1240 34,91,840 2.) Road Metal Filling road metal filling to make up the footpath level - 197 1750 3,44,750 3.) Concrete concrete 1:2:4 at edge of paver block including shuttering - 62 9000 5,58,000 Total 43,94,590 Note: Prices indicated are inclusive of taxes ≈44 lakhs
  23. 23. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Street furniture-benches ideal street bench • maintenance-free & durable • simple yet effective • lightweight & easy installation • prevents people from lying down existing pre-cast concrete benches in dilapidated condition Armrests in between are sometimes provided to discourage lying down and unwanted closeness.
  24. 24. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Street bench -options
  25. 25. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Stainless Steel Bench- Costing S.I No. Specification No's Rate/unit Amount Amount in lakhs 1.) Type:1 6 ft length, 4 seater stainless steel 304 grade with curved seating and backless bench with matt buff finish and rectangular base support. 50 30,284 15,14,200 ≈15.2 lakhs 2.) Type 2: 6 ft length, 4 seater stainless steel 304 grade with curved seating and back support with buff finish and rectangular base support. 50 33,674 16,83,700 ≈17 lakhs Note: Prices indicated are inclusive of taxes Type 1 Type 2 Costing-Street Furniture SS DUST BIN- COSTING SI.No Specification No's Rate/Unit Amount Type 1 SS dust bin pivotable,fixed to two SS posts.grade- 202,capacity 60 ltrs 24 10735 2,57,640 ≈ 2.6 lakhs Type 2 SS dust bin pivotable,fixed to two SS posts.grade- 304,product code PGGD13 24 9732 2,33,568 ≈ 2.4 lakhs Type 1 Type 2
  26. 26. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. footpath- vendors blocking the free pedestrian movement  These vendors should be relocated to the listed vendor zones.
  27. 27. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Study –New York vendor management policy • min footpath width -3.7m • min distance from the entrance of the building - 6.1m • min dist. from edge of the curb - 0.45m Based on the New York street vending guide The effective width of footpath with street vendors required is 3.7m or more. In the context of Nepean sea road we have identified potential zones to locate these street vendors. S.I No Vendor Zones No’s 1. PDP 8 2. Dena Bank 9 3. Matru Ashish 8 4. Mont Blanc 3 5. Radymony House 2 6. Shahanaz 5 Total 35 potential vendor zones
  28. 28. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. ç street vendor- potential zone 1 : PDP possible vendor count-8 overall width - 3.7 m clear pedestrian width - 2.2 m furniture / vendor zone width – 1.5 m vendor zone
  29. 29. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. street vendor- potential zone 2: Dena bank possible vendor count- 9 overall width – 4.2 m clear pedestrian width – 3.0 m furniture / vendor zone width – 1.2 m vendor zone
  30. 30. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. street vendor- potential zone 3 : Matru Ashish possible vendor count-8 overall width – 4.1 m clear pedestrian width – 2.6 m furniture / vendor zone width – 1.5 m vendor zone
  31. 31. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Street Vendor- potential zone 4 : Mont Blanc possible vendor count - 3 overall width – 3.9 m clear pedestrian width – 2.3 m furniture / vendor zone width – 1.6 m vendor zone
  32. 32. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Street Vendor- potential zone 5 : Readymoney House possible vendor count - 2 overall width – 4.5 m clear pedestrian width – 3.3 m furniture / vendor zone width – 1.2 m vendor zone
  33. 33. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. street vendor- potential zone 6 : Shahanaz possible vendor count - 5 overall width – 4.3 m clear pedestrian width – 2.8 m furniture / vendor zone width – 1.5 m vendor zone
  34. 34. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. mobile carts  we recommend mobile carts over stationary kiosks
  35. 35. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Building Numbering System Building Numbering System SI.No. Specifications size (mm) Rate/pla te 1.) SS 304 grade 2 mm thk matt finish plate with name itching and painted with epoxy based paint as per design 297 x 420 4,000
  36. 36. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Promenade recreating the coastal edge
  37. 37. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Reclamation Nepean sea road and its coastline is a natural surface. (not reclaimed) 1838 Colaba causeway 1845 Mahim Causeway 1784 Worli and Mahalaxmi 1802 Sion Causeway 1838 Colaba causeway 1845 Mahim Causeway 1784 Worli and Mahalaxmi 1802 Sion Causeway
  38. 38. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Images showing reclamation around the world Map of reclaimed land in the San Francisco bay area. Reclaimed land is colored brown. Reclamation of Hung Hong Bay in Hong Kong Reclaimed land in Marina Bay, Singapore
  39. 39. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Images showing reclamation around the world The entire East Coast Park in Singapore was built on reclaimed land with a man-made beach. Land reclamation done in Perth Land reclamation in the Beirut Central District, Lebanon1941 view of Lakefront improvement project in New Orleans
  40. 40. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Coastline of Maharashtra Coastline of Maharashtra is 720km in length Our intervention ,Length = 4.7 km. Area = 0.24 sq.km 0.65 %
  41. 41. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Mumbai-east coast Mumbai-west coast Naval dockyard on the east coast makes it nearly impossible for any water front developments for public recreational activities. There is a need for open space in Mumbai due to the increasing population & diminishing land resources. West coast can be made accessible by developing a promenade ,thus giving local dwellers opportunity to take advantage of the beautiful views and fresh air from the sea. • Majority of the Mumbai’s coast is un-utilized and is inaccessible. • Mumbai per capita open space -1.14 sq.m • Mumbai open space area- 14 sq.km i.e, 2.5 % of open space  Our intervention , can add to an area of 0.24 sq.km of open space on the west coast. WHY West Coast ??? Ashutosh Limaye, head, Research and Real Estate Intelligence Service, Jones Lang LaSalle India, has said in his report, "What I found more disturbing was the non-utilization of Mumbai's natural gifts. An open western coastline of 35 km and a natural harbour on its eastern coast is kept away from people, with less than 10 organized access areas to the sea. With hardly any water sports and occasional water front parks, the Arabian Sea is reduced to a mute spectator for Mumbaikars." Open space per capita Mumbai: 1.14 sq m Delhi: 15 sq m Bangalore: 6.4 sq m UN Food and Agriculture standard: 9 sq m
  42. 42. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Overall stretch of Promenade AIM To Propose a Promenade by providing more open space to the city as a Public Realm, where people thrive. Promenade Proposed Promenade Length 4.7 km Issues Sewage water treatment Rain water Harvesting Open Space Requirement Transportation - Raw Sewage let out in the sea - Pathetic condition of Sea around Mumbai - Mumbai – high rainfall - Natural resources not used to its potential - Ideal = 10.117 sq.m./person - Mumbai = 1.1 sq.m./person - Linear city makes transportation a crucial issue IN MUMBAI, Open spaces description- Description -Promenades -Waterfront -Beaches -PG,RG -Fort Precincts -Hills and forest -City forest TOTAL Areas 0.92 sq.km. 0.03 sq.km. 1.39 sq.km. 18.98 sq.km. 0.083 sq.km. 64.31 sq.km. 1.8 sq.km. 87.513 sq.km.
  43. 43. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Avg. of 38-40m wide is the difference between low-high tide. Study of tide High Tide level Low tide level Plot lines
  44. 44. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Site Study- Topography, Coastal Edge Low tide level High tide level Uneven rocks Slums Gaothan houses having heritage value Banganga Tank 5 Uneven rock surface 50m wide is the difference between low and high tide Vertical edge along the slums forms the edge Some part of the stretch has constructed retaining wall Most of the people living in slums are Dhobis Near Rungta Lane Low tide level High tide level Low tide High tide Space with less undulations of rocks Garden Road Road Road Space with less undulations of rocks Ramtek Bunglow Low tide level High tide level Low tide level High tide level Least space between high and low tide can be used effectively to collect water. Pathway Football ground Road ng n t as y Least space between high and low tide can be used effectively to collect water. Pathway Football ground Road ng n t as y Low tide level High tide level
  45. 45. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Government Proposal
  46. 46. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Govt.proposal • Area considered- PDP to Mahalaxmi temple • 20 m wide promenade on the landward side + a twin four lane carriageway for the coastal freeway + a 30m wide promenade on the sea side 1 1’ coastal link road tunnel section 1-1’ showing the promenade and the coastal link road google earth image showing the extent PDP Mahalaxmi temple Plan showing the distribution of spaces
  47. 47. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. section 1-1’ showing the promenade and the coastal link road from PDP to Mahalaxmi temple (2.7 km) 1 1’ 2 2’ coastal link road Option 1 : our intervention • Area considered- Banganga to PDP • 2 km long and 50m wide promenade tunnel promenade 2km section 2-2’ showing continous open space from Banganga to PDP (2 km) PDP Mahalaxmi temple Banganga
  48. 48. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. 2 2’ 3 3’ 4.7km 2km2.7km coastal link road tunnel promenade Option 2 : Our intervention • 4.7 km long and 50 m wide of open space consisting of:- - 2km long + 50m wide promenade from Banganga to PDP. - 2.7km long + 50m wide promenade and tunnel from PDP to Mahalaxmi Temple. section 3-3’ showing the open space with tunnel from PDP to Mahalaxmi temple (2.7 km) section 2-2’ showing continous open space from Banganga to PDP (2 km) PDP Mahalaxmi temple Banganga
  49. 49. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Option 1 - Govt. Proposal Area Considered - PDP to MAHALAXMI TEMPLE 50m Promenade + 37m Coastal Road. S.No Item Despcription Quantity Unit Rate Cost Crores 1 Retaining Wall length=2700m, Height=12m Including the cost for additional protection methods during construction 2,500 R.M 460000 115.000 2 Tetrapods (0.83 cu.M volume and weighing 2 ton each) 1,62,000 Cu.M 22,000 356.400 2 Boulders 4,72,500 Cu.M 5,000 236.25 3 Rubble (Small Stones) (over boulders to reduce voids and make land more compact) 6,96,600 Cu.M 650 45.279 3 Debris* 4,64,400 Cu.M 610 11.331 5 Murrum 3,94,740 Sq.M 450 17.763 6 Hardscaping 27,000 Sq.M 1240 3.348 7 Landscaping 1,08,000 Sq.M 650 7.020 8 Road 99,900 Sq.M 1700 16.983 9 Foot Over Bridges (6 Nos.) 1,500 Sq.M 16000 2.400 Total Cost in Crores 809.375 *Note:- 1Although debris will be supplied free of cost by the Govt., still 60% of total quantity is assumed to be free and the remaining 40% to be procured incase the required quantity is not available. Costing-Promenade
  50. 50. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Costing-Promenade Option 2 - Our Intervention Area Considered - Banganga to PDP 2 Km long and 50m Promenade S.N o Item Despcription Quantity Unit Rate Cost Cu.M Crores 1 Boulders 6,25,000 Cu.M 5000 312.500 2 Rubble (Small Stones) (over boulders to reduce voids and make land more compact) 2,00,000 Cu.M 650 13.000 3 Debris* 2,00,000 Cu.M 610 4.880 4 Murrum 1,00,000 Cu.M 450 4.500 5 Hardscaping 20,000 Sq.M 1240 2.480 6 Landscaping 80,000 Sq.M 650 5.200 8 Rain Water Harvesting ** 100 Crores Litres per year L.S. 3.000 9 S.T.P *** 10 lakh Litres per day L.S. 3.000 Total Cost in Crores 348.560 Note:- * Although debris will be supplied free of cost by the Govt., still 60% of total quantity is assumed to be free and the remaining 40% to be procured incase the required quantity is not available. ** Yearly Approx. 333300 Tankers of water will be harvested and re-used. *** Daily Approx. 333 Tankers of water will be treated.
  51. 51. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Costing-Promenade Option 3 - Our Intervention 4.7 Km long and 50m wide of Continuous Open Space consisting of; -2 Km Long and 50m wide Promenade from Banganga to PDP -2.7 Km Long and 50m wide Promenade + Tunnel from PDP to Mahalaxmi Temple S.N o Item Despcription Quantity Unit Rate Cost Cu.M Crores 1 Boulders 14,93,125 Cu.M 5000 746.563 2 Rubble (Small Stones) (over boulders to reduce voids and make land more compact) 3,48,500 Cu.M 650 22.653 3 Debris* 3,48,500 Cu.M 610 8.503 4 Murrum 2,35,000 Cu.M 450 10.575 5 Hardscaping 47,000 Sq.M 1240 5.828 6 Landscaping 1,88,000 Sq.M 650 12.220 7 Tunnel Construction 2,700 R.M 2500000 675.000 (2700m length with Two lanes of 4.5m on either side.) a) Rock cutting b) Tunnel Concreting c) Ventilation d) Electrification e) Drainage system f) Geological Investigations 8 Rain Water Harvesting ** 100 Crores Litres per year L.S. 3.000 9 S.T.P *** 10 lakh Litres per day L.S. 3.000 Total Cost in Crores 1487.341 Note:- * Although debris will be supplied free of cost by the Govt., still 60% of total quantity is assumed to be free and the remaining 40% to be procured incase the required quantity is not available. ** Yearly Approx. 333300 Tankers of water will be harvested and re-used. *** Daily Approx. 333 Tankers of water will be treated.
  52. 52. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Sewerline outlet Sewage Outlets
  53. 53. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Locations for STP to be set up Proposed Sewage treatment plant Our intervention can save Volume of ~9,74,400 ltrs of water per day  Daily approx. 333 tankers of water will be treated. Schematic section showing Sewage treatment plant
  54. 54. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Road Residential Bus-Depot Heritage (Banganga) Slums Religious spaces Govt. Residential Schools Hospitals RG A A B B C C D D E E G G F F H H Low tide boundary High tide boundary Water Harvesting Locations Water Harvesting Location Our intervention can save Volume of ~97,54,83,000 ltrs of water per year.  yearly approx.333300 tankers of water will be harvested and re- used.
  55. 55. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Beach Sewate water treatment ponds Sewate water treatment ponds Water harvesting pond Pathway to walk along the seafront Soft Edge along Coast will allow the play of Sea water. Soft edge Raj bhavan Mahalaxmi Temple Girgaum Chaupatty PDP Idea is to relive the old coastline of Mumbai in today's context to create Promenade along the Stretch from Banganga to Mahalaxmi Temple
  56. 56. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Beach Sewate water treatment ponds Sewate water treatment ponds Water harvesting pond Pathway to walk along the seafront High tide level Low tide level Tamarind groove Even slop generate low intensity smooth waves. Uneven slop generates high intensity waves. LandSea LandSea High tide level Low tide level Tamarind groove Even slop generate low intensity smooth waves. Uneven slop generates high intensity waves. LandSea Study of Beaches, Groves Continental Shelf for Beaches Beach Grooves Conditions for Mangroves to grow Grooves Amarson’s Garden PDP
  57. 57. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Objectives - Prepare Comprehensive waterfront plan - Establish walking and cycling tracks - Promote social, cultural and recreational opportunities - Democratize Coastline - Recycle Sewage water - Rain water harvesting Proposals - Conserve and protect Eco-Sensitive coast by creating a soft edge - Incorporating our intervention in the Proposed Coastal Road Project
  58. 58. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. Acknowledgements: • Better streets, better cities by ITDP ,EPC A guide to street design in urban India • Time-Saver standards for Urban Design • Bombay then / Mumbai Now by Jim Masselos, Pramod Kapoor
  59. 59. NSRCF-VISION 2020 Kadri Consultants Pvt.Ltd. thank you

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