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Consultancy Services for the Preparation of
Bakerganj Upazila Master Plan
Technical and Financial Proposal
Course No: PLAN 402
Course Title: Project Planning Studio

Consultancy Services for the Preparation of
Bakerganj Upazilla ...
Table of Contents

Contents

Page No.

Titile Page

i

Table of Contents

ii

List of Illustrations

iv

Part One: Technic...
5.5 Organogram

30

5.6 Responsibility Linkage

31

Part Two: Financial Proposal

32-35

1. Analysis of Projects Reimbursa...
List of Illustrations
List of Figures
Figures

Page No.

Figure-1: Map of Bakerganj Upazila

3

Figure-2: Diagram explaini...
Technical Proposal
Plan 402: Project Planning Studio

Section 01: Introduction and Comments on ToR
1.1 Introduction
The cities and towns of B...
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1.3 Comments on ToR
For the preparation of Master Plan of Bakerganj, a Terms of Referen...
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Section 02: Consultant’s General Understanding
2.1 Background
The first task will be to...
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2.3 Brief Socio-Economic Profile
2.3.1 Population
Total population of the project area ...
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2.4 Constraints and Potentials of the Area
2.4.1 Constraints
The project area comprises...
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Section 03: Planning Approach
3.1 General
As specified in the ToR a 3-level plan has to...
Plan 402: Project Planning Studio

Structure Plan
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Overall Strategies
Policy Framework

Master Plan/Urban Area Plan
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D...
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3.2 Steps in Plan Preparation
A purpose-oriented approach will be considered (flexible ...
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control tools available and their effectiveness and new initiatives concerning land dev...
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affected people as per requirement of the respective consultation processes. The People...
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3.3.7 Plan Preparation
Finalizing preparation of the plans is the last stage of the pla...
Plan 402: Project Planning Studio

The whole process is depicted in the following figure:
Assessment of Planning
Parameter...
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Section 04: Technical Approach and Methodology
4.1 Collection and Review of Database, I...
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4.3 Methodology of Base Map Preparation
A base map of the study area will be prepared a...
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stored as layer coverage with a separate ID or code number of respective features in th...
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 Manuscript-3: Line Features: This manuscript will contain all line type features like...
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Table-6: Physical Features
Physical Features

Illustrated

a.

River

Indicate directio...
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Table-7: Physical Infrastructure
Survey Item
Physical Infrastructure

Illustrated
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Al...
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Location of point features such as telephone, electricity poles, small hydraulic struct...
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Y coord

X coord

Building type

type

Organization

Use text

Building Use

Storied

N...
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Table-9: Socio-Economic Survey Format
Item
1.

Illustrated

Demographic information Age...
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4.9 Methodology of Environmental Feature Survey
Consultants will undertake an environme...
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Section 05: Work Program and Project Team
5.1 Work Schedule
Detail work schedule of the...
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Figure-4: Work Schedule (Page-24)

24
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Figure-5: Network Diagram (CPM) of Principal Activities (Page-25)

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Figure-6: Staffing Schedule (Page-26)

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Table-10: Project Team (27-29)

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Table-10: Project Team (27-29)

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Table-10: Project Team (27-29)

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Figure-7: Organogram of the Project Team (Page-30)

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Table-11: Professional Personnel Responsibility Linkage (Page- 31)

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Figure-4: Work Schedule
ID

Task Name

1

Mobilization of Resources, Reconnaissance Field Survey, Project Design

Duration...
Figure-5: Network Diagram (CPM) of Principal Activities
Mobilization of Resources, Reconnaissance Field Resource Mobilizat...
Figure-6: Staffing Schedule
ID

Task Name

Duration

Start

Finish
Oct

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15
...
Figure-6: Staffing Schedule
ID

Task Name

1

Team Leader
Deputy Team Leader
Architect Planner
Civil Engineer
Urban Planne...
Table-10: Project Team
Serial
No.
1.

Key Personnel
Team leader

Experience

Qualification
Ph.D/Master’s
Degree in Urban a...
5.

Urban
Development
Economist

Master’s Degree in
Economics/ Finance



15 years progressive
experience in urban
financ...


10.

Architect
Planner

Bachelor’s Degree in
Architecture
and
having
Master
Degree in Urban and
Regional Planning.



...
Urban Planner-1

Urban Planner-2

Demographer
/Statistician

Urban Development
Economist

Municipal Engineer

Team Leader
...
Urban Planner-2

P

P

P

Collection and Review of Database, Information, Maps, Reports

S

S

P

P

Preparation and Compi...
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Financial Proposal
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1. Analysis of Projects Reimbursable Cost
Sl.
No.

Description

Unit

Unit Cost
in BDT
...
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2. Analysis of Project Staff Remuneration
Sl. No.

Position

Monthly Salary
(BDT)

Work...
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4. Breakdown of Local Taxes
Sl.
No.
1.

2.

Description
Value Added Tax
(VAT)

Percent
...
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5. Cost Schedule Per Month

35
Jan

SI. No.

Feb

Mar

Apr

5. Cost Schedule Per Month
Year-2012
May
Jun
Jul

30,000
50,000
5,000
100,000
30,000

30,000
...
References:

Banglapedia. (2006). Bakerganj Upazilla. Retrieved December 5, 2011, from Banglapedia:
http://www.banglapedia...
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Appendix
1. Office Rent and Utility Bill for One Month
Item
Rent
Electricity
Water
Gas
...
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8. Cost of Construction and Installation of Benchmark/Ground Control Point
Total Mauza
...
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12. Cost of Reports
- Required copies of reports as per ToR 150 (Inception Report; Stud...
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15. Per Month Cost Schedule

Monthly Total Cost
14000000

12000000

Total cost in Taka
...
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Technical and Financial Proposal-Consultancy Services for the Preparation of Bakerganj Upazilla Master Plan

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The cities and towns of Bangladesh are growing largely in an unplanned manner. Planned spatial and socio-economic development is essential for living and environmental quality of spaces. To ensure such quality of space for better living environment planned growth of Bakerganj region can hardly be over emphasized. The project titled 'Preparation of Bakerganj Upazilla Master Plan' comprises a small area in the south east region of the country. The approach & methodology, and work task to be performed to accomplish the stated objectives and activities stated in the Terms of Reference (ToR) are presented in this section.

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Technical and Financial Proposal-Consultancy Services for the Preparation of Bakerganj Upazilla Master Plan

  1. 1. Consultancy Services for the Preparation of Bakerganj Upazila Master Plan Technical and Financial Proposal
  2. 2. Course No: PLAN 402 Course Title: Project Planning Studio Consultancy Services for the Preparation of Bakerganj Upazilla Master Plan “Technical and Financial Proposal” Submitted to: Dr. Mohammad Shakil Akther Associate Professor Department of Urban and Regional Planning, BUET Suman Kumar Mitra Assistant Professor Department of Urban and Regional Planning, BUET Submitted by: Group: 06 Afia Sultana Shanta (0615002) Nabila Nur Kuhu (0615009) Tazrina Habib Ananya (0615019) Shahadat Hossain Shakil (0615020) Khalid Bin Abdul Quader (0615030) Level-4, Term-2 Date of Submission: 20th December, 2011 Department of Urban and Regional Planning Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology i
  3. 3. Table of Contents Contents Page No. Titile Page i Table of Contents ii List of Illustrations iv Part One: Technical Proposal 1-31 Section 01: Introduction and Comments on ToR 1-2 1.1 Introduction 1 1.2 Objectives 1 1.3 Comments on ToR 2 Section 02: Consultant’s General Understanding 3-5 2.1 Background 3 2.2 Location 3 2.3 Brief Socio-Economic Profile 4 2.4 Constraints and Potentials of the Area 5 Section 03: Planning Approach 6-12 3.1 General 6 3.2 Steps in Plan Preparation 8 Section 04: Technical Approach and Methodology 13-22 4.1 Collection and Review of Database, Information, Maps and 13 4.2 Reconnaissance Field Survey 13 4.3 Methodology of Base Map Preparation 14 4.4 Methodology of Physical Feature Survey 16 4.5 Methodology of Topographic Survey 19 4.6 Methodology of Land Use Survey 19 4.7 Methodology of Socio-Economic Survey 20 4.8 Methodology of Traffic and Transportation Survey 21 4.9 Methodology of Environmental Feature Survey 22 Reports Section 05: Work Program and Project Team 23-31 5.1 Work Schedule 23 5.2 Network Diagram (CPM) of Principal Activities 24 5.3 Staffing Schedule 25 5.4 Project Team 26 ii
  4. 4. 5.5 Organogram 30 5.6 Responsibility Linkage 31 Part Two: Financial Proposal 32-35 1. Analysis of Projects Reimbursable Cost 32 2. Analysis of Project Staff Remuneration 33 3. Summary of Costs 33 4. Breakdown of Local Taxes 34 5. Cost Schedule Per Month 35 References I-IV Appendices iii
  5. 5. List of Illustrations List of Figures Figures Page No. Figure-1: Map of Bakerganj Upazila 3 Figure-2: Diagram explaining relationship among components of Master Plan for 7 Upazilla Figure-3: Steps in Plan Preparation 12 Figure-4: Work Schedule 24 Figure-5: Network Diagram (CPM) of Principal Activities 25 Figure-6: Staffing Schedule 26 Figure-7: Organogram of the Project Team 30 List of Tables Tables Page No. Table-1: Project Area Population by Administrative Units 4 Table-2: Relationship among the plans as specified in the ToR 6 Table-3: Format of the point attribute table in ArcGIS 9.2 15 Table-4: Format of the Polygon attribute table in ArcGIS 9.2 15 Table-5: Format of the Arc attribute table in ArcGIS 9.2 16 Table-6: Physical Features 17 Table-7: Physical Infrastructure 18 Table-8: Land Use Survey Sheet 20 Table-9: Socio-Economic Survey Format 21 Table-10: Project Team 27 Table-11: Professional Personnel Responsibility Linkage 31 iv
  6. 6. Technical Proposal
  7. 7. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio Section 01: Introduction and Comments on ToR 1.1 Introduction The cities and towns of Bangladesh are growing largely in an unplanned manner. Planned spatial and socio-economic development is essential for living and environmental quality of spaces. To ensure such quality of space for better living environment planned growth of Bakerganj region can hardly be over emphasized. The project titled 'Preparation of Bakerganj Upazilla Master Plan' comprises a small area in the south east region of the country. The approach & methodology, and work task to be performed to accomplish the stated objectives and activities stated in the Terms of Reference (ToR) are presented in this section. Before deciding our approach to the works and developing methodologies, the consultants visited the study area and had valuable discussion with Project Director & Planning Officer along with other Officials of UDD, concerned officials of Bakerganj Upazilla, and community, etc. Structured discussion with concerned officials and persons regarding a rapid assessment of problems and development issues of the project area helped to prepare the methodologies. Before presenting the methodologies in the light of ToR, the consultants’ understanding regarding the major plan documents are discussed. 1.2 Objectives  To identify the development issues and potential of the upazilla and make a long term development vision for the upazilla and to prepare a Master Plan in accordance with the vision for the development.  To ensure and promote growth of the city in line with the guiding principles of the Master Plan and control any unplanned growth by any private and public organization. 1
  8. 8. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio 1.3 Comments on ToR For the preparation of Master Plan of Bakerganj, a Terms of Reference (ToR) has been enclosed with the Request For Proposal (RFP) document. The points to which attention has to be drawn are as follows:  Lack of Detail and Specific Description Detail and specific description of each and every issue lacks in this ToR, though this ToR covers many important issues broadly.  Stakeholder Analysis Stakeholders of the project have to be identified for the successful implementation of the project. Antagonistic stakeholders and their perception have to be done and considered for planning and design.  Sample Size Detail specification about the sample size of Socio-Economic Survey is absent in the ToR. Detail guidance about the sample population is not also described in the ToR.  Population Projection Detail procedure of population projection system during the Structure Plan and Master Plan preparation is not mentioned in ToR. 2
  9. 9. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio Section 02: Consultant’s General Understanding 2.1 Background The first task will be to identify and demark the areas. The “Preparation of Bakerganj Upazilla Master Plan” will be formulated through domestic consultants under the jurisdiction of Urban Development Directorate (UDD). 2.2 Location Bakerganj Upazilla (Barisal District) with an area of 417.21 sq. km. is bounded by Barisal Sadar Upazilla on the North, Patuakhali Sadar, Mirzaganj and Bauphal Upazilla on the South, Bauphal and Bhola Sadar Upazilla on the East, Nalchity, Betagi and Rajapur on the West. Notable rivers are Tentulia, Barisal, Khairabad, Karkhana, Pando, Pandab, Chara Muddi. Bakerganj town is now a municipality with an area of 14.01 sq km (Banglapedia, 2006). Figure-1: Map of Bakerganj Upazilla (Banglapedia, 2006) 3
  10. 10. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio 2.3 Brief Socio-Economic Profile 2.3.1 Population Total population of the project area according to 2001 census is 3,36,706 persons indicating a density of about 807 persons per sq. km. The Following Table provides details of population distribution according to administrative unit. Table-1: Project Area Population by Administrative Units. Thana Union Mauza Total Area Population (BBS 2001) Bakerganj Upazilla 14 156 417.21 sq. km 3,36,706 Source: (BBS, 2001) List of the Unions of Bakerganj Upazilla:  Charamondi  Kabai  Charadi  Nalua  Darial  Kaloshkathi  Dudhal  Gaduria  Durgapasha  Bharpasha  Faridpur  Rangosree  Charamondi  Padrishibpur 2.3.2 Occupation Agriculture continues to be the main economic activity of the area and naturally it is the main occupation of the people of Bakerganj Upazilla. Almost 36.5% people of this upazilla earn their livelihood from agriculture. Among other occupations agricultural laborer, commerce, service, wage laborer are important. A large number of people are engaged in trading in the project area. Some traditional economic activity like small scale manufacturing and weaving is almost extinct. However, fishing in and around the project area is expected to enhance employment in this sector and boost the economy of the area. 4
  11. 11. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio 2.4 Constraints and Potentials of the Area 2.4.1 Constraints The project area comprises Bakerganj Upazilla of Barisal district. The project area heavily suffers from lack of physical infrastructures. On the other hand, the Pourashava area has developed in a haphazard manner characterized by narrow and ill drawn road network. The area generally suffers from following problems  The entire area heavily suffers from shortage of potable water. The river and canal water are saline and there is inadequate extractible ground water. Naturally, drinking water has to be brought from far flung areas making the living of the people a little hazardous.  A significant part of the project area suffers heavily from the shortage of essential services like electricity, telephone, health services, gas, cyclone center, educational institutions, etc.  Unplanned and haphazard development of residential houses. 2.4.2 Potentials The major potential for the project area's development lies in its prospect for development of a strong economic base on the basis of some factors.  Lots of rivers go through into Bakerganj Upazilla. It may improve the inland water transport system. Moreover, these rivers create great possibilities for cultivating fishes.  Land of this upazilla is very fertile as it consists of silt comes from the rivers. It may increase the production rate of rice which creates great opportunity of employment.  Coconut & Battle Nut are two main agricultural products of Bakerganj Upazilla. So there is a great scope of exporting these products and earn foreign exchange. 5
  12. 12. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio Section 03: Planning Approach 3.1 General As specified in the ToR a 3-level plan has to be prepared under the Master Plan project for Upazialla. These are namely- Structural Plan, Master Plan/Urban Area Plan and Local Action Plan. There are other three separate plans that have to be prepared in support of the Master Plan. They are Land Use Plan, Transportation and Traffic Management Plan, Drainage and Environmental Management Plan. According to the ToR, the consultants figured out the relationships among all plans and their major characteristics, which are depicted in following table. Table-2: Relationship among the plans as specified in the ToR Sl.No. Type of Plan Coverage Time Frame Purpose 1. Structure Plan Whole study area 20 years To determine overall development in the area 2. Master Plan/ Urban Area Whole study area Plan 20 years To provide development guidance for area where most of the urban development activities will take place. Development control, land reservation for infrastructure and essential purposes. (i) Land Use Plan Whole study area 20 years To provide guidance about the future land use of the area and suggest best possible zoning system considering all the factors. (ii) Transportation and Whole study area Traffic Management Plan 20 years To provide suggestion and enforcement measures for transportation management. (iii) Drainage Environmental Management Plan 20 years Guidelines and controls to protect unplanned physical development in urban environment. 3. Local Action Plan and Whole study area strategy of urban Individual area of the Short Term Guidance for development where action is upazilla where (possibly 5 expected in the short term. priority action is Years) needed. The basic requirements for various planning approaches that would be followed by the Consultants are common to above 5 (five) desired plans and are discussed in the following section. 6
  13. 13. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio Structure Plan - Overall Strategies Policy Framework Master Plan/Urban Area Plan - Details of Structure Plan’s Goals and Objects Land use Plan - Output of Master Plan/Urban Area Plan’s Goals and Objectives Transportation and Traffic Management Plan - Output of Master Plan/Urban Area Plan’s Goals and Objectives Drainage and Environmental Management Plan - Output of Master Plan/Urban Area Plan’s Goals and Objectives Local Action Plan - Specific Programs, Schemes in the Light of Master Plan /Urban Area Plan’s Goals and Objectives Figure-2: Diagram explaining relationship among components of Master Plan for Upazilla 7
  14. 14. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio 3.2 Steps in Plan Preparation A purpose-oriented approach will be considered (flexible to accommodate any future changes) by the consultants for the preparation of Master plan/Urban Area Plan at the Upazilla level. 3.2.1 Planning Parameters Assessment Basic data will be needed on population, employment, land use, infrastructure, environmental conditions etc. for plan preparation. Most of this information will be collected from existing studies, plans and programs, government publications, public authorities, statistical previous year book, the records of upazilla and other development agencies working in the concerned upazilla area. Reference will be made to relevant national reports, plans etc. Population Projection: Population will be projected for 2030 (plans lifetime) following the age cohort wise projection system. In that case age cohort structure and growth rate of BBS will be used. Base population year will be 2001. 3.2.2 Identification of Problems A rapid scanning survey of problems affecting different groups and having different impacts will be carried out by the consultants. This will be done through discussions with different interest groups at a preliminary stage. The exact nature and quantification of the problems will be identified by collecting required data from secondary sources as well as from the inputs of the supporting studies to be carried out under this project or already carried out by other agencies. Problems will also be classified to identify complementarities and existing or potential responsibility at local or national government level. 3.2.3 Review of Current Development Initiatives Sectoral projects planned or under construction in the study area by different organizations will be identified. As required in the ToR, projects will be mapped using thematic overlays. Information will be obtained as necessary from public agencies as well as from private formal and informal sources. The consultants will review current urban and sectoral policies and programs, design standards, the institutional arrangements to carryout development in the study area, regulatory and other 8
  15. 15. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio control tools available and their effectiveness and new initiatives concerning land development and management etc. The consultants will also review the inadequate administrative and organizational structures for effective planning and management at upazilla level. 3.2.4 Assessment of Constraints & Opportunities Hazardous areas will be identified with the help of government agencies, field inspection, and verification with the local residents. Key outputs of this task will include identification of critical areas where, for example, infrastructure costs per capita rise steeply because of natural factors, distance from main services, dependence on major new transport linkage etc. 3.3.5 Resource Assessment For funding and implementing priority development projects the consultants will make an assessment of resources expected to be available with upazilla authority and other development agencies operating in the area. Accordingly, the consultants will undertake a financial analysis of the past 5 years of upazilla and other major agencies involved in service provision in the study area. The major purpose of analysis of local resource potentials will be to address the following questions:  Availability of technical and physical resources like base map, construction equipment, other physical resources including land  Availability of funds in the short term  Human resource availability  Commitment of development agencies to respond to the problems and short-terms development objects identified. For the purpose of those analyses, detailed information will be collected from upazilla authority and other public private agencies including NGOs operating in the area. For projection purpose, the consultant would draw on the work of other municipal finance projects. 3.3.6 Consultations The process of planning approach will be carried out through the stages consultations involving the concerned agencies and community representatives including potential beneficiaries, project 9
  16. 16. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio affected people as per requirement of the respective consultation processes. The People's Participatory Planning Approach will be applied in the formulating the Structure Plan and Master Plan/Urban Area Plan and Local Action Plan. The potential participants of the stakeholders for the consultation process would include the following: A. Parties to be consulted with (i) The Government/Public Agencies (ii) Local Communities/Beneficiaries (iii) Private Sectors (iv) Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) B. Stages of Consultation In accordance with the ToR the consultants will have to carry out at least 2(two) consultations during the planning process. They are: a. First Consultation: The purpose of the first consultation is to involve concerned upazilla Chairman, Ward Commissioners, local communities, beneficiaries, and other agencies/interested stakeholders in the process of planning. All the opinion and suggestion that come out from the participants will be recorded and discussed in the meetings so that a consensus planning criteria can be developed and make ready for the second consultation incorporating all findings based on the input-output mix of detailed survey/investigation. b. Second Consultation: The second consultation will be designed for analyzing the outputs of First Consultation in order to develop and adopt development strategies, proposals, approaches and standards appropriate to the of upazilla. Attempts will be taken to meet location/area specific demand so that the implementation of the Master Plan can achieve higher level of community acceptance. During second consultation the consultant will present detail planning proposals with alternative development options. This session will be carried out carefully through firstly, the submission of Draft Master Plan Report and secondly, taking notes and suggestions derived from the consultation with interested stakeholders. Finally according to ToR Final Master Plan Report will be made available. 10
  17. 17. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio 3.3.7 Plan Preparation Finalizing preparation of the plans is the last stage of the planning process. The Consultants will prepare the Plan Packages comprising of a) Structure plan, b) Master Plan/Urban Area Plan, b-1) Land Use Plan, b-2) Drainage and Environmental Management Plan, b-3)Transportation Plan, c) Local Action Plan. These plans will be supported by the review of the database and information, assessment of the existing functional structure, problems in developing process, formulation of conceptual plan, formulation of planning principles, analysis of alternative plans, integration of optimum plans, priority phasing, development control, zoning, financial-economic, social, environmental impact assessment, legal support, etc. Scale of all plans will be 1:1980 (1"=165'). 3.3.8 Formulation of Bankable Projects Prioritization of Project: Project selection will be needed based on the areas of the upazilla as specified in the probable contents of Local Action Plan. Priority projects for different areas will include development and up gradation. The projects may also be non-physical in nature. In carrying out the identification of priority project, certain selection criteria need to be fixed. These could be:  Compatibility with other projects  Acceptability to all parties concerned  Equity consideration  Sustainability  Whether self financing or not  Environmental impacts Issues Considered: The projects that are economically and financially feasible will be considered as bankable projects. To develop the inventory of Bankable Projects a list of the projects that are essential to implement the plan will first be prepared. In the case of our present study the projects will be drawn from followings:         Low Cost Housing New Construction Upgrading of Old ones Employment Generation Projects Utility Services Projects Water Supply and Sanitation Flood Control Embankment Drainage Infrastructure         Telephone Gas Private Electricity Generation Services Market and Shops Education Religious Recreation 11
  18. 18. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio The whole process is depicted in the following figure: Assessment of Planning Parameter Identification of Goals and Objectives Review of Current Development Initiatives Identification of Problem, Constraints, Opportunities/Potentials Resource and Need Assessment People’s Consultation Plan Formulation Development of Alternative Options Project/Schemes Identification, Feasibility, and Prioritization Plan Finalization Figure-3: Steps in Plan Preparation (modified version adopted from: SCPL-DPM, 2008) 12
  19. 19. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio Section 04: Technical Approach and Methodology 4.1 Collection and Review of Database, Information, Maps and Reports Collection of available secondary sources information, data, maps, photographs, satellite images, reports, etc. and their review and identification of shortcomings and gaps, and assessment of real data requirement and survey of both primary and secondary sources will be made by the study team. The database and information will include mainly- i) Mouza Maps, ii) Geo-Physical Maps, iii) Topographical Maps, iv) Basic Statistics; The sources of available data and information and maps are: Directorate of Land Records and Survey (DLR) for Mouza Maps, Geological Survey of Bangladesh (BGS) for Geo-Physical Maps, Local Government Engineering Department (LGED) for Topographical Maps, Bangladesh Water Development Board (BWDB) for Hydrological Data, Rural Electrification Board (REB) for Electric Supply, Gas Supply Company for Gas Supply Network, Department of Environment and Forest (DEF) for Environmental Guideline and Information, Roads and Highway Department (RHD) for Road Network and Transportation, Inland Water Transport Authority (IWTA) for River Transportation Network, Bakerganj Upazilla Office for Upazilla based information After review of all database additional data requirements will be identified and assessed, and detailed survey & study program with timing and manning schedule will be prepared. 4.2 Reconnaissance Field Survey After preliminary assessment the members of the study team professionals will carry out reconnaissance survey of the study area and form firsthand idea and general knowledge of the project area with respect to physical features, facilities, socio-political-economic-characteristics with a view to carrying out in-depth review of the available database and assessment of additional data and information requirements from the primary and secondary sources relating to planning process. 13
  20. 20. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio 4.3 Methodology of Base Map Preparation A base map of the study area will be prepared at first that would govern the survey works to be carried out further for Master Plan preparation of the area. Relational database of the survey results will also be prepared according to the base map in GIS. Methodology that would be followed for preparation of the base map is briefly discussed below;  Collection of RS and CS Mouza Maps: Both RS and CS mouza sheets/maps will be collected from DLR/ DC office covering the entire project area. The mouza sheets having distortion due to rapping or pasting cloths/tape in the mouza maps will be avoided.  Scanning of Mouza Maps: To minimize the distortion and deviations, scanning of mouza maps will be carried out using drum scanner. Extra care will be taken for maintaining the proper rotation and alignment of mouza sheets during scanning.  Selection of Ground Control Point (GCP): At least 4 numbers of Ground Control Points (GCP) will be selected on each mouza sheets identical with the real field condition. For accuracy and quality work maximum efforts will be given to identify as many as GCP for each mouza sheets. Geo-referenced (x, y, z) permanent Bench Mark (BM) pillars uniformly distributed covering the mouza area have to be established to carry out the total topographic, physical feature and land use survey.  GCP Survey: 4 Ground Control Points for each of mouza sheets that would be used as 4 tic points on the digitized maps for geo-referencing. These GCPs will be selected in such a manner that the location of these GCPs can be easily located on the mouza maps. Ground Control Point (GCP) Survey will be conducted using high precession Real Time Kinematic Global Positioning System (RTK-GPS). Places where GPS survey could not be possible for signal interruption, Total Station Survey will be conducted.  Digitization of Mouza Maps: On screen digitization method will be used for digitization of mouza maps. GIS based ArcGIS 9.2 software will be used for this purpose. Feature wise manuscripts will be developed for digitizing the mouza maps and all features will be 14
  21. 21. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio stored as layer coverage with a separate ID or code number of respective features in the GIS database.  Manuscript-1: Point Features: This manuscript will contain all point features like boundary and other reference pillars, traverse stations, GT stations, bench marks etc. Every point will be stored with a numeric user ID representing feature type. Table-3: Format of the point attribute table in ArcGIS 9.2 Shape User SPZ_no. Location ID Mahallah Mouza Sheet no. Name Use Remarks _no. Point Point Point Source: (Kashem, Shabnam, Jahan, & Zaman, 2005)  Manuscript-2: Polygon Features: This manuscript will contain all polygon type or closed boundary features like pond, water bodies, structures, plot and mouza boundaries etc. All features will be stored as polygon having a numeric user ID representing feature type. Table-4: Format of the Polygon attribute table in ArcGIS 9.2 Shape User ID Area Perimeter SPZ Locati _no on_no. Maha llah Mouza Sheet no. Name Use Remark s . Polyg on Source: (Kashem, Shabnam, Jahan, & Zaman, 2005) 15
  22. 22. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio  Manuscript-3: Line Features: This manuscript will contain all line type features like roads, railways, drainage, sewerage line, embankment/flood wall etc. All features will be stored as line having a numeric user ID representing feature type. Table-5: Format of the Arc attribute table in ArcGIS 9.2 Shape User SPZ_no. Fnode Tnode Lpoly Rpoly Use Length Remarks ID Poly line Source:(Kashem, Shabnam, Jahan, & Zaman, 2005)  Checking/Editing of Maps: After digitization of mouza maps, it will be printed containing the features in different colors then it will be checked and verified by superimposing on the original mouza maps using the light table. All possible errors (missing arcs, dislocation arcs, wrong or missing polygons, labels, tic locations, ID etc.) will be solved and final digital mouza maps will be prepared.  Joining and Printing of Mouza Maps: After digitizing and geo-referencing of the mouza maps, all the maps of the study area will be joined together by conducting edge matching operation in ArcGIS 9.2 .The geo-referenced mouza map containing all the features (point, line, polygon) will be prepared and printed for the further survey works. Scale of the mouza map will be 1:1980 (1"=165'). 4.4 Methodology of Physical Feature Survey Physical feature survey would enable the planning team to have adequate information on existing physical condition of the study area. The physical features map will be prepared on enlarged cadastral survey mouza maps on 1:1980 (1"=165') scales showing the following features. 16
  23. 23. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio Table-6: Physical Features Physical Features Illustrated a. River Indicate direction of flow & width b. Khal Indicate direction & width c. Drainage Channels Indicate direction of flow & width d. Ponds/Tanks/Ditches Indicate them e. Marshalands/Flood Prone Area Identify and locate land liable to flooding during monsoon f. Building / Structures Pucca / semi pucca/ kutcha structures & no. of storey g. Railway line and ROW Indicate alignment and junction points h. Railway stations Indicate the place and area i. Bus/Trucks, launch/steamer Indicate the place and area terminals j. Flood Works Embankments, pumps stations, sluice gates etc. with location, condition k. Bridge / Culverts Indicate location, length, width, type of structure, condition etc. l. Utility Mains and ROW Electric, gas and telephone m. Utility Substations Electric and Water supply, waste disposal and treatment, gas, telephone etc. n. Deep Tube well Stations Upazilla, DPHE and other deep tube well stations and output o. Mouza, Union/Ward, Upazilla, Administrative boundaries Thana and District Boundary Source: Adopted from ToR of Upazilla Town Master Plan Package The features identified above should be provided in the Base map. Names of settlements, village, rivers, khals, lakes, roads, markers, etc. must be indicated in the maps. 17
  24. 24. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio Table-7: Physical Infrastructure Survey Item Physical Infrastructure Illustrated - All existing structures with position and dimension - Alignment and crest levels (not exceeding 500m) of roads, embankments, dykes and other drainage divides - Alignment of rivers, lakes, canals and drainage channels - Outline of bazaars, water bodies, swamps etc. - Identification of bridges, culverts on the road, their dimension, condition of abutments, deck and wing walls - Type, size, depth, inlet and outlet location of drain and canal along with flow direction, place of encroachment - Type of sewer system, size, type and location of sewerage line, location of bins, identification of any other sewerage system - Identification of the exposed water supply system, location of overhead water tank and its capacity, catchment area of overhead tank - Identification, location and capacity of electric substation, telephone exchange, gas supply substation etc. treatment plant, waste disposal facilities Source: Adopted from ToR of Upazilla Town Master Plan Package Location and dimension of most of the physical infrastructures will be surveyed and stored using RTK-GPS supported Total Station (TS) survey technique. Data will be recorded in the TS memory card with separate ID or code number for each structure. Later on the TS data will be transferred directly to the GIS database where the feature will be kept in separate layer wise as per specified code or ID. 18
  25. 25. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio Location of point features such as telephone, electricity poles, small hydraulic structures etc. will be surveyed using Data Logger ProXR DGPS (Differential Global Positioning System). Position data of such features will be stored in DGPS handheld computer with individual ID or code. Later on this data will be transferred to GIS database in layer wise after incorporating the differential correction and necessary processing. 4.5 Methodology of Topographic Survey The topographic survey will cover the following features:  Land levels/ spot levels at 50m intervals in general cases, with denser intervals for undulations for generating the contours.  Scale of the topographic map will be 1:1980 (1"=165'). 4.6 Methodology of Land Use Survey Planning is concerned about the location, intensity, and amount of land development required for various space-using functions of human life. Land use survey us an effective tool in this respect. Land use survey basically records the use of land by its functional activity such as residential, industrial, commercial, educational, health, institutional etc. The land use maps will be prepared on enlarged cadastral survey mouza maps of 1:1980 (1"=165') scales showing the following broad and detailed land uses. Total Station and DGPS survey technique will be used for land use survey. The land use map will be prepared indicating the broad categories of land use indicated below: Land Use Categories are following:           Residential Commercial Industrial Open space Institutions Community facilities Public services and utilities Communication and Transport Institutions Community facilities           Public administration and Defense Roads Agricultural use Water bodies Wet land Vacant land Brick field Railway land Urban Reserve Mixed use 19
  26. 26. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio Y coord X coord Building type type Organization Use text Building Use Storied Name Sheet No. Location Zone Building ID Perimeter Area Shape Table-8: Land Use Survey Sheet Poly Poly Source: (Kashem, Shabnam, Jahan, & Zaman, 2005) 4.7 Methodology of Socio-Economic Survey People and their requirements such as housing, shopping, employment, education, and health services are prime consideration in planning. Detailed information on population is, therefore, essential for determining land requirement for these needs as well as allocating land between various competing uses. The study of existing population in terms of its size, structure, socioeconomic characteristics and spatial distribution is needed in this respect. General information on Demography, Family size, Age, Religion, Education, Employment and Occupation Pattern, Land Ownership Pattern, Land Value, Land Utilization, Income Level, Health and Recreation Facilities, etc. will be collected from the primary sources through the specially designed socio-economic questionnaire survey format provided along with ToR. Secondary data will be collected from relevant sources. The sample size from the entire population of Bakerganj Upazilla (3,36,706; BBS-2001) has been determined 384 at 95% confidence level and 5% confidence interval for the socio-economic survey. Case studies will be conducted highlighting the issues like housing for disadvantaged group, informal economic activity, traffic congestion, drainage, water logging, unauthorized encroachment, waste disposal. Playground and park, stakeholder’s participation for planning and development control. The questionnaire will contain a wide variety of information on the basis of the following format as envisaged by the ToR 20
  27. 27. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio Table-9: Socio-Economic Survey Format Item 1. Illustrated Demographic information Age, sex, growth rate, household size, migration etc. Socio-economic status of Educational status, occupational patterns, income levels, 2. the population 3. Land and housing land ownership patterns etc. Land value, housing type and condition, slum and squatter settlements etc. Availability of water supply, sanitation, drainage and Urban 4. services community facilities and waste disposal facilities, availability and status of educational, recreational, marketing and other socioeconomic facilities Source: Adopted from ToR of Upazilla Town Master Plan Package 4.8 Methodology of Traffic and Transportation Survey The consultant will carry out an inventory of the circulation system (roads and waterways) by functional classification and their capacities, conditions and average daily traffic, following the guidelines as given in the scope of services for transportation and traffic management plan of the ToR. A series of volume and O-D surveys will be carried out within the planning area. Survey of traffic volumes will be carried during the peak hours on specific days. O-D survey will be carried out within 1 km radius considering the upazilla municipality town office as the center A pedestrian count will also be conducted as part of the survey activity. The consultant will summarize the result of the data collected and identify the major transportation problems of the upazilla along with the factors responsible for such problems. Activities will be performed are following:  Analysis of the study area  An assessment of the external links  Sectoral programs to address the deficiencies  Examine compatibility of the existing and committed proposals by various agencies  Preparation of realizable proposals for improving the traffic and transportation system. 21
  28. 28. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio 4.9 Methodology of Environmental Feature Survey Consultants will undertake an environmental examination/survey at the upazilla level. Environmental safety is of great concern, now a day, to the professionals. Preparation of master plan for the next 20 years for upazilla seeks environmental investigation of development activities that will be under taken in next 20 years. The issues/aspects that are to be investigated are as follows: 1) Existing Infrastructures a) Solid waste management-existing system, location of garbage disposal, management aspect b) Water supply(network, coverage) c) Drainage i. Man-made (drainage network, gradient, attachment area, out let) ii. Natural (flow direction, hydrology, usability) d) Sewerage (location/network, condition) 2) Environmental Hazards a) Existing mitigation/coping measures, if any b) Identification and risk assessment of hazards. c) Past trends - Identification of environmental protection laws/regulations - Demand of future environmental infrastructure The required information on the above aspects will be collected both from primary questionnaire surveys, field survey and from secondary data and finally will be incorporated with proposals in the master plan documents. 22
  29. 29. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio Section 05: Work Program and Project Team 5.1 Work Schedule Detail work schedule of the project has been developed with the help of Microsoft Office Project- 2007 software. Lifetime of the project has been considered 360 working days. The whole project has been subdivided in a number of tasks and subtasks. Reports to be submitted in different stages of the project have been portrayed as milestone in the work schedule. The starting time of the project is 1st January, 2012 and the finishing time considering 360 working days is 16th May, 2013.The work schedule is presented in the following section in Figure-4. 5.2 Network Diagram Network diagram and critical path of the principal activities has been developed from the work schedule. The critical path is shown by the red line in the Network Diagram (Figure-5). 5.3 Staffing Schedule Work duration of the respective professionals during the projects life time has been shown in the staffing schedule (Figue-6). The number of working days they will be involved is indicated in the third column. From those working days their monthly involvement will be obtained. 5.4 Project Team List of professional personnel will be involved in the project is provided in Table-10. Their educational qualification, experiences and assigned responsibilities is also presented in a tabular format. 5.5 Organogram Organogram of the project team has been provided in Figure-7. All the professional personnel and the supporting staff will be accountable to the Team Leader. 5.6 Responsibility Linkage Responsibility linkages of the project professionals are described in Table-11. Primary and Secondary responsibility according to activity is expressed in a tabular format. 23
  30. 30. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio Figure-4: Work Schedule (Page-24) 24
  31. 31. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio Figure-5: Network Diagram (CPM) of Principal Activities (Page-25) 25
  32. 32. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio Figure-6: Staffing Schedule (Page-26) 26
  33. 33. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio Table-10: Project Team (27-29) 27
  34. 34. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio Table-10: Project Team (27-29) 28
  35. 35. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio Table-10: Project Team (27-29) 29
  36. 36. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio Figure-7: Organogram of the Project Team (Page-30) 30
  37. 37. Plan 402: Project Planning Studio Table-11: Professional Personnel Responsibility Linkage (Page- 31) 31
  38. 38. Figure-4: Work Schedule ID Task Name 1 Mobilization of Resources, Reconnaissance Field Survey, Project Design Duration Start Finish Dec 2 Resource Mobilization 3 Reconnaissance Survey 4 Project Design and Report Preparation 30 days Sun 1/1/12 10 days Sun 1/1/12 Jan Qtr 1, 2012 Feb Mar Apr Qtr 2, 2012 May Jun Jul Qtr 3, 2012 Aug Sep Oct Qtr 4, 2012 Nov Dec Jan Qtr 1, 2013 Feb Mar Apr Qtr 2, 2013 May Jun Jul Thu 2/9/12 Thu 1/12/12 15 days Fri 1/13/12 Thu 2/2/12 20 days Fri 1/13/12 Thu 2/9/12 Inception Report 0 days Thu 2/9/12 Thu 2/9/12 6 Collection and Review of Database, Information, Maps, Reports 80 days Fri 1/13/12 Thu 5/3/12 7 Preparation of Base Map and Demarcation of Project Area 5 80 days Fri 1/13/12 Thu 5/3/12 8 Collection of RS and CS Mouza Maps 14 days Fri 1/13/12 2/9 Wed 2/1/12 Mon 2/6/12 9 Scanning of Mouza Maps 10 days Tue 1/24/12 10 Selection of Ground Control Point , GCP Survey 21 days Thu 2/2/12 Thu 3/1/12 11 Digitization of Mouza Maps 55 days Thu 1/26/12 Wed 4/11/12 12 Checking/Editing of Maps 55 days 13 Joining and Printing of Mouza Maps 14 Study Area Report Preparation 15 Study Area Report With Maps 16 Survey Works 17 Fri 4/20/12 Mon 4/23/12 Wed 4/25/12 Thu 4/12/12 Wed 5/2/12 0 days Thu 5/3/12 Fri 1/13/12 5/3 Thu 5/3/12 140 days Thu 7/26/12 90 days Wed 3/14/12 Tue 7/17/12 18 Mobilization of Manpower and Resources 10 days Wed 3/14/12 Tue 3/27/12 19 Field Survey 60 days Wed 3/28/12 Tue 6/19/12 20 Updating of Maps and Data 60 days Fri 4/6/12 Thu 6/28/12 21 Compilation/Analysis of Data 50 days Tue 4/17/12 Mon 6/25/12 22 23 Physical and Environmental Feature Survey; Topographic Survey Mon 2/6/12 3 days 15 days Preparation of Survey Report and Printing of Maps Land Use Survey 16 days Tue 6/26/12 Tue 7/17/12 90 days Wed 3/14/12 Tue 7/17/12 24 Mobilization of Manpower and Resources 10 days Wed 3/14/12 Tue 3/27/12 25 Field Survey 60 days Wed 3/28/12 Tue 6/19/12 26 Updating of Maps and Data 60 days Fri 4/6/12 Thu 6/28/12 27 Compilation/Analysis of Data 50 days Tue 4/17/12 Mon 6/25/12 28 29 Preparation of Survey Report and Printing of Maps Socio-Economic Survey 16 days Tue 6/26/12 Tue 7/17/12 75 days Fri 1/13/12 Thu 4/26/12 5 days Fri 1/13/12 Thu 1/19/12 30 Mobilization of Manpower and Resources 31 Field Survey 40 days Fri 1/20/12 Thu 3/15/12 32 Database Preparation 30 days Fri 2/3/12 Thu 3/15/12 33 Compilation/Analysis of Data 15 days Fri 3/16/12 Thu 4/5/12 34 Preparation of Survey Report 15 days Fri 4/6/12 Thu 4/26/12 35 90 days Wed 3/14/12 Tue 7/17/12 36 Transportation Survey Mobilization of Manpower and Resources 10 days Wed 3/14/12 Tue 3/27/12 37 Determination of Survey Loactions 60 days Wed 3/28/12 Tue 6/19/12 38 Field Survey 60 days Fri 4/6/12 Thu 6/28/12 39 Compilation/Analysis of Data 50 days Tue 4/17/12 Mon 6/25/12 40 Preparation of Survey Report 16 days Tue 6/26/12 Tue 7/17/12 41 All Survey Report Compilation 7 days Wed 7/18/12 Thu 7/26/12 42 Survey Reports 0 days Thu 7/26/12 Thu 7/26/12 43 Draft Structure Plan Preparation 60 days Fri 7/27/12 Thu 10/18/12 44 Interim Report 0 days Thu 10/18/12 Thu 10/18/12 45 46 Approval of The Structure Plan Draft Master Plan and Local Action Plan Preparation 30 days Fri 10/19/12 7/26 10/18 Thu 11/29/12 120 days Fri 9/7/12 Thu 2/21/13 47 Land Use and Utilities Plan 100 days Fri 9/7/12 Thu 1/24/13 48 Transportation and Traffic Management Plan 100 days Fri 9/7/12 Thu 1/24/13 49 Drainage and Environmental Management Plan 100 days Fri 9/7/12 Thu 1/24/13 50 Local Action Plan 70 days Fri 10/19/12 Thu 1/24/13 30 days Fri 1/11/13 Thu 2/21/13 0 days Thu 2/21/13 Thu 2/21/13 Fri 2/22/13 Thu 4/4/13 51 Compilation of All the Plan and Report Preparation 52 Draft Report 2/21 53 Approval of the Master Plan and Local Action Plan 30 days 54 Final Structure Plan and Master Plan Preparation 30 days Fri 4/5/13 Thu 5/16/13 55 Final Report 0 days Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Project: W ork Schedule Date: Mon 12/19/11 Task Progress Summary External Tasks Split Milestone Project Summary External Milestone 5/16 Deadline 24
  39. 39. Figure-5: Network Diagram (CPM) of Principal Activities Mobilization of Resources, Reconnaissance Field Resource Mobilization Survey, Project Design Reconnaissance Survey S tart: 1/1/12 ID: 1 S tart: 1/1/12 ID: 2 S tart: 1/13/12 ID: 3 F inish: 2/9/12 Dur: 30 day s F inish: 1/12/12 Dur: 10 day s F inish: 2/2/12 Dur: 15 day s Res: Res: Res: Project Design and Report Preparation S tart: 1/13/12 ID: 4 F inish: 2/9/12 Dur: 20 day s Res: Inception Report M ilestone Date: Thu 2/9/12 ID: 5 Collection and Review of Database, Information, Maps, Reports S tart: 1/13/12 Study Area Report With Maps ID: 6 F inish: 5/3/12 Dur: 80 day s M ilestone Date: Thu 5/3/12 ID: 15 Res: Preparation of Base Map and Demarcation of Project Area Survey Works Draft Structure Plan Preparation Draft Master Plan and Local Action Plan Preparation Land Use and Utilities Plan S tart: 1/13/12 ID: 7 S tart: 1/13/12 ID: 16 S tart: 7/27/12 ID: 43 S tart: 9/7/12 ID: 46 S tart: 9/7/12 ID: 47 S tart: 10/19/12 ID: 50 F inish: 5/3/12 Dur: 80 day s F inish: 7/26/12 Dur: 140 day s F inish: 10/18/12 Dur: 60 day s F inish: 2/21/13 Dur: 120 day s F inish: 1/24/13 Dur: 100 day s F inish: 1/24/13 Dur: 70 day s Res: Res: Res: Res: Res: Local Action Plan Res: Compilation of All the Plan and Report Preparation S tart: 1/11/13 ID: 51 F inish: 2/21/13 Dur: 30 day s Res: Draft Report M ilestone Date: Thu 2/21/13 ID: 52 Approval of the Master Plan and Local Action Plan S tart: 2/22/13 ID: 53 F inish: 4/4/13 Dur: 30 day s Res: Transportation and Traffic Management Plan S tart: 9/7/12 ID: 48 F inish: 1/24/13 Dur: 100 day s Res: Drainage and Environmental Management Plan S tart: 9/7/12 ID: 49 F inish: 1/24/13 Dur: 100 day s Res: Approval of The Structure Plan S tart: 10/19/12 ID: 45 F inish: 11/29/12 Dur: 30 day s Res: Final Structure Plan and Master Plan Preparation S tart: 4/5/13 ID: 54 F inish: 5/16/13 Dur: 30 day s Res: Final Report M ilestone Date: Thu 5/16/13 ID: 55 Interim Report M ilestone Date: Thu 10/18/12 ID: 44 Socio-Economic Survey Mobilization of Manpower and Resources Field Survey Database Preparation Compilation/Analysis of Data Preparation of Survey Report S tart: 1/13/12 ID: 29 S tart: 1/13/12 ID: 30 S tart: 1/20/12 ID: 31 S tart: 2/3/12 ID: 32 S tart: 3/16/12 ID: 33 S tart: 4/6/12 ID: 34 F inish: 4/26/12 Dur: 75 day s F inish: 1/19/12 Dur: 5 day s F inish: 3/15/12 Dur: 40 day s F inish: 3/15/12 Dur: 30 day s F inish: 4/5/12 Dur: 15 day s F inish: 4/26/12 Dur: 15 day s Res: Res: Res: Res: Res: Res: All Survey Report Compilation S tart: 7/18/12 Survey Reports ID: 41 F inish: 7/26/12 Dur: 7 day s M ilestone Date: Thu 7/26/12 ID: 42 Res: Collection of RS and CS Mouza Maps Selection of Ground Control Point , GCP Survey S tart: 1/13/12 ID: 8 S tart: 2/2/12 ID: 10 F inish: 2/1/12 Dur: 14 day s F inish: 3/1/12 Dur: 21 day s Res: Res: Scanning of Mouza Maps Digitization of Mouza Maps Checking/Editing of Maps Joining and Printing of Mouza Maps S tart: 1/24/12 ID: 9 S tart: 1/26/12 ID: 11 S tart: 2/6/12 ID: 12 S tart: 4/23/12 ID: 13 F inish: 2/6/12 Dur: 10 day s F inish: 4/11/12 Dur: 55 day s F inish: 4/20/12 Dur: 55 day s F inish: 4/25/12 Dur: 3 day s Res: Res: Res: Res: Study Area Report Preparation S tart: 4/12/12 ID: 14 F inish: 5/2/12 Dur: 15 day s Res: Physical and Environmental Feature Survey; Topographic Surveyof Manpower and Resources Mobilization Field Survey Updating of Maps and Data Compilation/Analysis of Data Preparation of Survey Report and Printing of Maps S tart: 3/14/12 ID: 17 S tart: 3/14/12 ID: 18 S tart: 3/28/12 ID: 19 S tart: 4/6/12 ID: 20 S tart: 4/17/12 ID: 21 S tart: 6/26/12 ID: 22 F inish: 7/17/12 Dur: 90 day s F inish: 3/27/12 Dur: 10 day s F inish: 6/19/12 Dur: 60 day s F inish: 6/28/12 Dur: 60 day s F inish: 6/25/12 Dur: 50 day s F inish: 7/17/12 Dur: 16 day s Res: Res: Land Use Survey Res: Mobilization of Manpower and Resources Res: Field Survey Res: Updating of Maps and Data Res: Compilation/Analysis of Data Preparation of Survey Report and Printing of Maps S tart: 3/14/12 ID: 23 S tart: 3/14/12 ID: 24 S tart: 3/28/12 ID: 25 S tart: 4/6/12 ID: 26 S tart: 4/17/12 ID: 27 S tart: 6/26/12 ID: 28 F inish: 7/17/12 Dur: 90 day s F inish: 3/27/12 Dur: 10 day s F inish: 6/19/12 Dur: 60 day s F inish: 6/28/12 Dur: 60 day s F inish: 6/25/12 Dur: 50 day s F inish: 7/17/12 Dur: 16 day s Res: Res: Transportation Survey S tart: 3/14/12 Mobilization of Manpower and Resources ID: 35 F inish: 7/17/12 Dur: 90 day s S tart: 3/14/12 Critical Noncritical Critical Milestone Milestone Critical Summary Summary ID: 36 F inish: 3/27/12 Res: Project: Work Schedule Date: Mon 12/19/11 Res: Dur: 10 day s Res: Critical Inserted Inserted Res: Determination of Survey Loactions S tart: 3/28/12 ID: 37 F inish: 6/19/12 Dur: 60 day s Marked Field Survey S tart: 4/6/12 Res: Critical Marked Res: Compilation/Analysis of Data ID: 38 F inish: 6/28/12 Dur: 60 day s S tart: 4/17/12 ID: 39 F inish: 6/25/12 Res: Critical External Res: Dur: 50 day s Res: External Project Summary Preparation of Survey Report S tart: 6/26/12 ID: 40 F inish: 7/17/12 Dur: 16 day s Res: Highlighted Critical Highlighted Noncritical 25
  40. 40. Figure-6: Staffing Schedule ID Task Name Duration Start Finish Oct 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Team Leader Deputy Team Leader Architect Planner Civil Engineer Urban Planner-1 Urban Planner-2 GIS Specialist Transport Planning Expert Demographer/Statistician Urban Development Economist Municipal Engineer Hydrologist Environmental Analyst Office Manager Peon Project: MSProj11 Date: Mon 12/19/11 360 days 360 days 210 days 307 days 360 days 360 days 350 days 307 days 285 days 285 days 180 days 180 days 307 days 360 days 360 days Task Sun 1/1/12 Sun 1/1/12 Fri 7/27/12 Wed 3/14/12 Sun 1/1/12 Sun 1/1/12 Fri 1/13/12 Wed 3/14/12 Fri 1/13/12 Fri 1/13/12 Fri 9/7/12 Fri 9/7/12 Wed 3/14/12 Sun 1/1/12 Sun 1/1/12 Split Qtr 4, 2006 Nov Dec Qtr 1, 2007 Jan Feb Mar Apr Qtr 2, 2007 May Jun Jul Qtr 3, 2007 Aug Sep Oct Qtr 4, 2007 Nov Dec Qtr 1, 2008 Jan Feb Mar Apr Qtr 2, 2008 May Jun Jul Qtr 3, 2008 Aug Sep Oct Qtr 4, 2008 Nov Dec Qtr 1, 2009 Jan Feb Mar Apr Qtr 2, 2009 May Jun Jul Qtr 3, 2009 Aug Sep Oct Qtr 4, 2009 Nov Dec Qtr 1, 2010 Jan Feb Mar Apr Qtr 2, 2010 May Jun Jul Qtr 3, 2010 Aug Sep Oct Qtr 4, No Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Progress Milestone Summary Project Summary External Tasks External Milestone Deadline 26
  41. 41. Figure-6: Staffing Schedule ID Task Name 1 Team Leader Deputy Team Leader Architect Planner Civil Engineer Urban Planner-1 Urban Planner-2 GIS Specialist Transport Planning Expert Demographer/Statistician Urban Development Economist Municipal Engineer Hydrologist Environmental Analyst Office Manager Peon 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Project: MSProj11 Date: Mon 12/19/11 Duration Start Finish 360 days 360 days 210 days 307 days 360 days 360 days 350 days 307 days 285 days 285 days 180 days 180 days 307 days 360 days 360 days Sun 1/1/12 Sun 1/1/12 Fri 7/27/12 Wed 3/14/12 Sun 1/1/12 Sun 1/1/12 Fri 1/13/12 Wed 3/14/12 Fri 1/13/12 Fri 1/13/12 Fri 9/7/12 Fri 9/7/12 Wed 3/14/12 Sun 1/1/12 Sun 1/1/12 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Thu 5/16/13 Task Split Progress r 4, 2010 Nov Dec Qtr 1, 2011 Jan Feb Mar Milestone Apr Qtr 2, 2011 May Jun Jul Qtr 3, 2011 Aug Sep Summary Oct Qtr 4, 2011 Nov Dec Qtr 1, 2012 Jan Feb Mar Project Summary Apr Qtr 2, 2012 May Jun Jul Qtr 3, 2012 Aug Sep External Tasks Oct Qtr 4, 2012 Nov Dec Qtr 1, 2013 Jan Feb Mar External Milestone Apr Qtr 2, 2013 May Jun Jul Qtr 3, 2013 Aug Sep Oct Qtr 4, 2013 Nov Dec Qtr 1, 2014 Jan Feb Mar Apr Qtr 2, 2014 May Jun Jul Qtr 3, 2014 Aug Sep Oct Qtr 4, 2014 Nov Dec Deadline 26
  42. 42. Table-10: Project Team Serial No. 1. Key Personnel Team leader Experience Qualification Ph.D/Master’s Degree in Urban and Regional Planning or equivalent  At least 15 years experience in urban planning and development. The person must have extensive experience in project management, institutional and urban policy development and the administration of large multi-disciplinary teams. Responsibilities     2. 3. Deputy Leader Team Urban Planner2 person Master’s Degree in Urban and Regional Planning or equivalent. Bachelor’s Master’s Degree in Urban and Regional Planning   Minimum 10 years experience in urban physical planning and management preferably at municipal level. The candidate must have extensive experience in project management, institutional and urban policy development and the administration of large multi-disciplinary teams.  (Not Mentioned in the ToR).       4. Demographer/ Statistician Master’s Degree in Statistics/ Demography  Fifteen years progressive experience in demography/ statistics. At least five years experience of working in cities is preferable.    To lead the team of experts for the preparation of the structure plan. Master Plan and Local Action Plan and prepare work program in consultation with the Project Director. To function in liaison with the Paurashava officials and other involved agencies in public and private sectors and NGOs. To ensure the technical quality of the project, supervise the substantive inputs of the experts and co-ordinate the technical and administrative inputs of the consulting firm/consultants together with the PD. Any other related jobs. To work under the overall guidance of the Team Leader and in close collaboration with the Project Director as well as the involved local agencies. To assist the Team Leader in the preparation of Structure Plan, Master Plan and Local Action Plan. Any other related jobs. To prepare and compile base maps and other maps in different layers which need to be incorporated into the GIS. To supervise survey activities. To collect all basic information regarding plan preparation, carry out relevant studies and prepare reports. Any other planning tasks assigned by Team Leader as per ToR. To review and analyze demographic variables. To undertake works of assessment and forecasting of future demographic trends. To carry out all other statistical assignments pertaining to planning 27
  43. 43. 5. Urban Development Economist Master’s Degree in Economics/ Finance  15 years progressive experience in urban financial forecasting/ management. Five years experience in urban economics/ urban financial management is preferable.     6. Municipal Engineer Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineer  10 to 15 years experience as Municipal Engineer.    7. 8. Transport Planning Expert Bachelor’s/Masters’ Degree in Transport Planning/ Traffic Engineering.  Hydrologist Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering with experience in Hydrology or Water Resource Engineering  15 years experience in urban and regional transportation planning.  At least 15 year progressive experience in water resource planning of medium/ large cities.      9. Civil Engineer Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering with post graduate qualifications in soil and foundation.  15 year progressive experience in the fields.   To review and analyze economic growth variables of the city and forecast future trends. To prepare multi-sectoral investment program. To conduct feasibility studies of urban development project. Any other assignment pertaining to urban finance To prepare inventory of all types of utilities (electricity, gas, telecommunications etc.) and environmental infrastructure (sewerage, waste disposal, water supply, drainage etc.). To identify projects and conduct surveys and prepare design and cost estimation of these utilities and infrastructure. To carry out any other activities as directed by the team leader. To carry out the transport and traffic studies. To prepare project proposals and detailed designs of integrated transport network of the study area. To review and study existing water resource and drainage system with particular emphasis on sewerage system. To do detail planning and design of sewerage and drainage and other physical infrastructure based on anticipated growth and as per recommendation of the planners. To carry out flood/disaster risk analysis and formulate flood/disaster mitigation measures. All other hydrology related tasks assigned by the Team Leader as per ToR. To analyze land use and topographical survey results including general infrastructure and soil. To prepare foundation design criteria, drainage and flood control works. 28
  44. 44.  10. Architect Planner Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture and having Master Degree in Urban and Regional Planning.  10 years experience in Urban Planning/Urban Design/Site Planning/Development Control/Environmental Protection will be preferred. Any other works assigned by consultant’s Team Leader.  To assist consultants in the preparation of Urban Design, Site Planning, application of Building Codes and assist in revision of existing development control rules. To formulate architectural standards with emphasis on façade, land scalping and high rise apartments. To assist consultants in formulating recommendation policy for environmental protection. To receive on the job training and perform tasks assigned on aspects determined by Project Director, Project Manager and consultants.    11. 12. Environmental Analyst GIS Specialist Masters’ Degree in Environmental Engineering/Bachelor ’s Degree in Civil Engineering with emphasis on environmental aspects.  Bachelor’s/Masters’ Degree in Urban Planning/Geography/ Civil Engineering or related field with specialization in GIS or Post-Graduate Degree/Diploma in GIS.  At least 15 years of working experience.    5 years working experience as GIS specialist in national and international agencies in urban planning and related field and have considerable knowledge in compilation of basic data for use in GIS at the plot level and should be well conversant with spatial analysis, design and preparation of data using GIS software as proposed.   To analyze environmental aspects of the area and ecological matters. To assist consultants in the preparation of environmental planning. To carry out any other relevant tasks relating to the project as may be assigned by Project Director and Project Manager. To supervise GPS survey, data processing and all other digital map production. To perform spatial analyst, networking and 3D analysis. 29
  45. 45. Urban Planner-1 Urban Planner-2 Demographer /Statistician Urban Development Economist Municipal Engineer Team Leader Deputy Team Leader Transport Planning Expert Hydrologist 1. Office Manager 2. Peon Civil Engineer Architect Planner Environmental Analyst GIS Expert Figure-7: Organogram of the Project Team 30
  46. 46. Urban Planner-2 P P P Collection and Review of Database, Information, Maps, Reports S S P P Preparation and Compilation of Base Map, Demarcation of Project Area, Study Area Report with Map P P P P P Physical and Environmental Feature Survey; Topographic Survey S S S P P Land Use Survey S S P P P Socio-Economic Survey S S S P Transportation Survey S S P P All Survey Report Compilation and Submission of Survey Report S S P P Draft Structure Plan Preparation and Interim Report P P P P Draft Master Plan and Local Action Plan Preparation; Draft Report P P P P Transport Planning Expert Urban Planner-1 P GIS Specialist Deputy Team Leader Mobilization, Reconnaissance Survey, Project Design, Submission of Inception Report Activity Architect Team Leader Table -11: Professional Personnel Responsibility Linkage P S S S S S P P P
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  48. 48. Financial Proposal
  49. 49. PLAN 402: Project Planning Studio 1. Analysis of Projects Reimbursable Cost Sl. No. Description Unit Unit Cost in BDT Quantity Total in BDT 1. Rental Cost of Office (Including Utility Bill) Month 30,000 17 5,10,000 2. Rental Cost of Office Setup Month 50,000 17 8,50,000 3. Cost of Office Stationary Month 5,000 17 85,000 4. Month 1,00,000 17 17,00,000 5. Communication Costs Between "Base Office" and "Field Office" Rental Vehicle Cost for Transport (1 no.) Month 30,000 17 5,10,000 6. Cost of Procurement of Mauza Maps Number 300 780 2,34,000 7. Secondary Data Collection Cost Lump-sum 50,000 1 50,000 8. Cost of Construction and Installation of Benchmark/Ground Control Point Cost of GIS Database Preparation on the Basis of Subcontract - Scanning, Digitizing of Maps and Reproduction Cost of Survey Number 3,000 156 18,72,000 Number 500 780 3,90,000 i) Physical and Environmental Feature Survey; Topographic Survey ii) Land Use Survey Acre 350 1,03,097 3,60,83,950 Acre 150 1,03,097 1,54,64,550 iii) Socio-Economic Survey Per HH 150 460 iv) Transportation Survey Package 100,000 1 69,000 1,00,000 i. Base/Mouza Map Number 500 30 15,000 ii. Survey Maps Number 500 180 90,000 iii. Structure Plan Number 500 30 15,000 iv) Master Plan Number 500 120 60,000 9. 10 11. 12. Cost of Map Printing Cost of Reports for the Service (Including Printing, Binding and Photocopy Cost) i. Inception Report Number 500 25 12,500 ii. Study Area Report Number 750 25 18,750 ii. Survey Report Number 2,000 25 50,000 iii. Interim Report Number 2,000 25 50,000 iv) Draft Report Number 3,000 25 75,000 v) Final Report Number 3,500 25 87,500 Grand Total of Projects Reimbursable Cost 5,67,77,250 32
  50. 50. PLAN 402: Project Planning Studio 2. Analysis of Project Staff Remuneration Sl. No. Position Monthly Salary (BDT) Working Month Total (BDT) Staff A. Professional Staff 1. Team Leader 2. Deputy Team Leader 3. Urban Planner-1 4. 5. 6. 7. Urban Planner-2 Architect GIS Specialist Transport Planning Expert 8. 9. 10. 11. Civil Engineer Demographer/Statistician Environmental Analyst Hydrologist 12. 13. Municipal Engineer Urban Development Economist B. Supporting Staff 14. Office Manger 15. Peon 1,00,000 70,000 17 17 17,00,000 11,90,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 17 17 10 17 8,50,000 8,50,000 5,00,000 8,50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 15 15 14 15 7,50,000 7,50,000 7,00,000 7,50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 9 9 14 Sub Total A 4,50,000 4,50,000 7,00,000 1,04,90,000 30,000 15,000 17 17 Sub Total B 5,10,000 2,55,000 7,65,000 1,12,55,000 Grand Total of Project Staff Remuneration 3. Summary of Costs Cost Component Cost in BDT A. Reimbursable Expenses 5,67,77,250 B. Staff Remuneration 1,12,55,000 Sub-Total (A+B) C. Miscellaneous Cost [(A+B)*7.5%] 6,54,86,250 51,02,419 Total Cost (A+B+C) Local Taxes (VAT+IT) 7,31,34,669 44,16,560 Grand-Total (Total Cost + VAT + IT) 7,75,51,229 33
  51. 51. PLAN 402: Project Planning Studio 4. Breakdown of Local Taxes Sl. No. 1. 2. Description Value Added Tax (VAT) Percent Unit Quantity Cost in Taka 4.50 7,31,34,669 Advance Income Tax (AIT) Percent 1,12,55,000 Total Taxes Cost in Taka Unit 10.00 Total in Remarks Taka 32,91,060 (Reimbursable Cost + Staff Salary+ Msc. Cost) * 4.5 % 11,25,500 (Staff Remuneration) * 10.00% 44,16,560 (Local Tax) 34
  52. 52. PLAN 402: Project Planning Studio 5. Cost Schedule Per Month 35
  53. 53. Jan SI. No. Feb Mar Apr 5. Cost Schedule Per Month Year-2012 May Jun Jul 30,000 50,000 5,000 100,000 30,000 30,000 50,000 5,000 100,000 30,000 30,000 50,000 5,000 100,000 30,000 30,000 50,000 5,000 100,000 30,000 10,000 18,72,000 1,30,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 1,30,000 1,30,000 72,16,790 72,16,790 30,92,910 17,250 20,000 30,92,910 17,250 20,000 Item Reimbursable Cost Office Rent Setup Rent Office Stationary Communication Cost Vehicle Cost 30,000 50,000 5,000 100,000 30,000 6 Mouza Map Procurement Cost Secondary Data Cost Cost of BM, GCP GIS Database Cost Cost of Surveys Sep 30,000 50,000 5,000 100,000 30,000 5,000 1,10,000 77,000 1,10,000 77,000 2,34,000 7 8 9 10 30,000 50,000 5,000 100,000 30,000 5,000 A. 1 2 3 4 5 Aug 10,000 i) Physical& Environmental Feature; 11 12 B. 1. 2. Topographic Survey ii) Land Use Survey iii) Socio-Economic Survey iv) Transportation Survey Cost of Map Printing i. Base/Mouza Map ii. Survey Maps iii. Structure Plan iv) Master Plan Cost of Reports i. Inception Report ii. Study Area Report ii. Survey Report iii. Interim Report iv) Draft Report v) Final Report Staff Remuneration Team Leader Deputy Team Leader 17,250 17,250 30,000 50,000 5,000 100,000 30,000 30,000 50,000 5,000 100,000 30,000 72,16,790 72,16,790 72,16,790 30,92,910 30,92,910 30,92,910 20,,000 20,,000 20,000 1 15,000 90,000 12,500 18,750 50,000 (Including 10% Income Tax) 1,10,000 1,10,000 1,10,000 77,000 77,000 77,000 1,10,000 77,000 1,10,000 77,000 1,10,000 77,000 1,10,000 77,000 1,
  54. 54. References: Banglapedia. (2006). Bakerganj Upazilla. Retrieved December 5, 2011, from Banglapedia: http://www.banglapedia.org/httpdocs/HT/B_0064.HTM BBS. (2007). Zilla Profile; Zilla: Barishal, Upazilla: Bakerganj. Retrieved 11 15, 2011, from Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics: http://www.bbs.gov.bd/RptZillaProfile.aspx DPM, S. (2008). Technical Proposal: Consultancy Services for The Preparation of Master Plan for the Pourashavas. Dhaka: Sheltech Consultacy Private Limited & Design Planning Management Consultants. Kashem, M. S., Shabnam, F., Jahan, I., & Zaman, S. (2005). Consultancy Services for The Preparation of DAP for DMDP Area. Dhaka: BURP, BUET.
  55. 55. PLAN 402: Project Planning Studio Appendix 1. Office Rent and Utility Bill for One Month Item Rent Electricity Water Gas Telephone Internet Others Total Total Cost (Tk) 20,000 3,000 500 500 3,000 2,000 1,000 30,000 2. Rental Cost of Office Set-up for One Month - 50,000 BDT (Lump-sum) - Including rent for table, chair, computer table, computer, printer, plotter, scanner etc. 3. Cost of Office Stationary for One Month – 5000 BDT (Lump-sum) - Including cost of paper, pen, pencil, eraser, stapler, lead holder, fluid, glue etc. 4. Communication Cost between Base Offices (Dhaka) and Field Office (Bakerganj) for One Month – 1,00,000 BDT (Lump-sum) - Including cost of travelling between these two offices by the professionals for the project purpose; TA, DA etc. 5. Rental Vehicle Cost for One Month – 30,000 BDT - One Microbus will be hired for the Project Lifetime - Per day contract will be 1000 taka 6. Costs of Mauza Maps Collection No of Mauza Avg. No of Sheet Per Mauza Total Sheet Per Sheet Purchasing Cost(Taka) Total Cost 156 5 780 300 2,34,000 7. Cost of Secondary Data Collection – 50,000 BDT - Approximately 50 organizations should be visited for the project purpose - 1000 taka for each organization including travel cost; cost of map/report/data from that organization I
  56. 56. PLAN 402: Project Planning Studio 8. Cost of Construction and Installation of Benchmark/Ground Control Point Total Mauza GCP per Mauza (As per ToR) Total Bench Marks Unit Cost per Bench Mark 156 4 624 3,000 Total Cost (Tk) 18,42,000 9. Cost of GIS Database Preparation on the Basis of Subcontract - Scanning, Digitizing of Maps and Reproduction - Part time GIS experts will be assigned for this purpose for digitizing; database preparation and updating; - Contract will be Mouza sheet wise No. of Mauza Avg. No. of Sheet Per Mauza Total Sheet Per Sheet GIS Cost (Taka) Total Cost 156 5 780 500 3,90,000 10. Survey Cost - Total Area of the Bakerganj Upazilla 418 sq. km / 103097 acre - Topographic; Physical and Environmental Feature; Land Use Survey will be conducted by the second party survey firm as “per acre basis” - 384 HH will be surveyed (Socio-Economic Survey) by the survey firm which is determined as the sample population from the entire population. Cost will be per HH basis (150 BDT) - 20% additional HH survey will be conducted for error mitigation/safety purpose - Transportation survey will be conducted by another planning/survey firm as per package basis 11. Cost Map Printing - Required copies of maps as per ToR: 360 (Base Map/Mouza Map, Survey Map, Structure Plan, Master Plan) - Size of the maps: 30” * 40” - Color Map will produced by the plotter - Per map printing cost 500 BDT (approx.) including printing, cutting, packaging etc. II
  57. 57. PLAN 402: Project Planning Studio 12. Cost of Reports - Required copies of reports as per ToR 150 (Inception Report; Study Area Report; Survey Report; Interim Report; Draft Final Report; Final Report) - Cost will vary according to type of report - Cost will include: printing, binding, packaging etc. 13. Seminar/Discussion Meeting with Stake-Holders - Several meetings/seminars/discussions will be arranged with different group of stakeholders during the project lifetime - Per meeting cost 3,000 BDT (approx.) including invitation, venue charge, materials, refreshments etc. 14. Salary Including Income Tax of the Professionals Position Team Leader Salary (Tk) Salary Including Income Tax (10%) 1,00,000 1,10,000 Deputy Team Leader 70,000 77,000 Urban Planner-1 50,000 55,000 Urban Planner-2 50,000 55,000 Architect 50,000 55,000 GIS Specialsit 50,000 55,000 Tansport Planning Expert 50,000 55,000 Civil Engineer 50,000 55,000 Demographer/Statistician 50,000 55,000 Environmental Analyst 50,000 55,000 Hydrologist 50,000 55,000 Municipal Engineer 50,000 55,000 Urban Development Economist 50,000 55,000 Office Manager 30,000 33,000 Peon 15,000 16,500 III
  58. 58. PLAN 402: Project Planning Studio 15. Per Month Cost Schedule Monthly Total Cost 14000000 12000000 Total cost in Taka 10000000 8000000 6000000 4000000 2000000 0 Months IV

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