What, why & how of SIRs in india


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A world class centre of industrial excellence and economic activity, Dholera SIR will be developed as a mega city with high quality infrastructure, community and leisure facilities with a socially mixed and integrated urban area that provides jobs and houses all sectors of the society.

Located about 100 kilometers south of Ahmedabad, spanning over an area of 90,000 Hectares (900 Sq. Kms.), it will have a protected environment that takes a sustainable approach to the use of scarce resources including water, energy and farmland.

To convert this futuristic aspiration into a ground reality, a public private partnership (PPP) model will be deployed with the Dholera Regulatory Development Authority appointed as the Apex Authority for easy and smooth working with single window clearance mechanism.

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What, why & how of SIRs in india

  1. 1. Decoding S.I.R.<br />All that you wanted to know about SIRs in India!!!<br />
  2. 2. Urban Challenges (Year 2030)<br />40% Population will be Urban<br />It‘s CONSEQUENCES???<br />68cities will have a population of more than1 million<br /> “Urbanization at this rate and scale could lead to unprecedented consumption and extreme stress on our natural resources”<br />70%of netnew employmentwill be generatedin cities<br />
  3. 3. Long term Sustainability<br />will be the <br />Biggest Challenge<br />It‘s CONSEQUENCES???<br />CHAOS!<br />
  4. 4. Solution?<br />Develop new…<br />…best-in-class…<br />…Smart cities!!<br />
  5. 5.
  6. 6. Smart Cities<br />How?<br />
  7. 7. Government of India plans… <br />…to develop India as…<br />A Global Manufacturing and Trading Hub<br />through the creation of<br />World Class Infrastructure<br />supported by enabling<br />Policy Framework<br />
  8. 8. A Global Manufacturing and Trading Hub<br />Reduced cost of transportation<br />Dedicated and Reliable Power & Water<br />Catalyst for Global Scale of Operations<br />Attracting large-scale domestic & foreign investments<br />Social and Physical Infrastructure from the view point of people who can;<br />Work there<br />Live there<br />Play there<br />
  9. 9. World Class Infrastructure<br /><ul><li>Connecting Metros by Road & Rail:
  10. 10. Delhi
  11. 11. Mumbai
  12. 12. Chennai
  13. 13. Kolkata
  14. 14. Golden Quadrilateral
  15. 15. 4/6 Lane Express Highway with Access Control
  16. 16. Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC)
  17. 17. Multi-modal High Axle Load
  18. 18. Industrial Corridor
  19. 19. 150 Kms. On either side of DFC
  20. 20. Investment Regions (Minimum 200 sq. kms. Area)
  21. 21. Industrial Areas (Minimum 100 sq. kms. Area)</li></li></ul><li>Policy Framework<br /><ul><li>Adopt Best Case Practices
  22. 22. Japan as project partner for funding and knowledge sharing
  23. 23. Logistics costs in India equals 13% of GDP compared to 6% in Japan
  24. 24. Independent Special Purpose Vehicles for each project
  25. 25. Deploy Best Human Resource
  26. 26. Outsource execution to Best Agencies having expertise in respective core competences
  27. 27. Public Private Partnership with minimal intervention of government/political clout</li></li></ul><li>Phase I: Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC)<br />Golden Quadrilateral<br />4/6 Lane Express Highway<br />1419 Kms.<br />100% Completed<br />Executor: National Highways Authority of India (NHAI)<br />Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC)<br />Multi-modal High Axle Load DFC<br />1483 Kms.<br />Major Land Acquisition Completed<br />Executor: Indian Railways<br />Industrial Corridor<br />11 Investment Regions<br />13 Industrial Nodes Identified<br />Regulatory Framework Enacted<br />Executor: Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation<br />
  28. 28. DMIC in Gujarat<br /><ul><li>38% passing through Gujarat
  29. 29. 62% of total area under influence
  30. 30. 18 out of 26 districts benefitted
  31. 31. GIDB appointed as nodal agency
  32. 32. Enacted SIR Act, 2009
  33. 33. Project Size: USD 90 Billion
  34. 34. Dholera SIR: India’s First, World’s Largest</li></li></ul><li>Why Dholera?<br />Historical Significance:<br />Flourishing port of the 18th Century<br />Once, a municipal corporation<br />
  35. 35. Why Dholera?<br />Strategic Location<br />Ahmedabad<br />Baroda<br />Bharuch<br />Surat<br />Bhavnagar<br />Rajkot<br />
  36. 36. Why Dholera?<br /><ul><li>Low Population
  37. 37. Total population of 22 Villages is not more than 38,000.
  38. 38. Non Fertile Land – Low Agriculture
  39. 39. No public retaliation against Development
  40. 40. Planned Development
  41. 41. Entire area of 900 sq kms notified and freezed for NA Permission till Master Plan and Town Planning is completed
  42. 42. Large Govt. owned Land
  43. 43. 27000 Hectares
  44. 44. Additional Land Pooling
  45. 45. 50% of private land will be pooled back through Town Planning</li></li></ul><li>Why Dholera?<br /><ul><li>Road & Rail
  46. 46. 10 Lane Express Highway
  47. 47. Metro Rail</li></li></ul><li>Why Dholera?<br />Kalpasar Reservoir<br />50% of total water in 198 dams across Gujarat<br />Bridge connecting Dahej PCPIR (8 Active Port Terminals)<br />Connects South Gujarat with Rest of India<br />13,00,000 Hectares land reclaimed post Kalpasar<br />
  48. 48. Why Dholera?<br />Dholera Airport<br />2800 Hectares<br />Expandable to 7000 HA<br />4 Runways of 7 km each<br />Cargo Industry<br />Aircraft<br />Building<br />Maintenance<br />Repair <br />
  49. 49. Dholera…<br />Wishful thinking<br />Or<br />Tomorrow’s Reality?<br />
  50. 50. Dholera: Who can do it?<br /><ul><li>Nodal Agency
  51. 51. GIDB
  52. 52. Chairman’s Vision
  53. 53. Gujarat has had a strong industrial base. In recent years, it has made an impressive progress from industrial clusters and estates to Special Economic Zones. Now, it graduates to Special Investment Regions. Dholera SIR will be a reality before you can foresee. It will be a new Gujarat within Gujarat.
  54. 54. Chairman???
  55. 55. NarendraModi, CM, Gujarat</li></li></ul><li>Modi Mantra for Dholera<br />
  56. 56. Major Developments<br />Water-front City by HCC<br />Energy Park by HCC<br />Knowledge City by Sabeer Bhatia (Hotmail)<br />Industrial Township by USEL, Singapore<br />Eco-city by Etochu, Japan<br />World City (Integrated Business City) by Mahindra Lifespace<br />Mega Industrial Park over 3000 HA<br />International Airport for Cargo & MRO Industries<br />Logistics Hub by Deccan 360 (Capt. Gopinath) in Greenfield Airport<br />Metro Rail: Gandhinagar - Ahmedabad – Dholera<br />Kalpasar Dam (Sweet Water Reservoir) connecting Saurashtra to Bharuch<br />Residential, Commercial, Entertainment, Educational and IT infrastructure<br />Best in class, scalable physical infrastructure including Aviation, Road, Rail, Water, Power and other facilities<br />
  57. 57. Current Status<br /><ul><li>Separate legal framework enacted: The SIR Act 2009
  58. 58. GIDB headed by Hon. Chief Minister appointed as the Apex Authority
  59. 59. Project development corporation (GICC) and DRDA formed
  60. 60. 27000 HA Government Land allocated for DSIR
  61. 61. Land transferred from Revenue Department to DRDA
  62. 62. Water logging, seismological & environment studies underway
  63. 63. Draft Development Plan by M/s Halcrow, UK launched on 5th January, 2011
  64. 64. Master plan for Road, Rail and Special Infrastructure ready
  65. 65. Rs. 2,200 Crore allocated for Central Spine in 2011 Budget
  66. 66. Notification issued for delineation of 879 Sq. Km. of Area as DSIR
  67. 67. Government allocates 2800 HA land for Greenfield Airport
  68. 68. Cabinet approved Rs. 200 Crore and formed an SPV for development.
  69. 69. DPR under preparation by Airport Authority of India (AAI)
  70. 70. Site suitability established, NOC of Defense Ministry & AAI obtained
  71. 71. Anchor Developers already in place and Land will be allotted soon</li></li></ul><li>Draft Development Plan<br />
  72. 72. Gujarat Town Planning & Urban Development Act, 1976<br />Before TP Scheme<br />After TP Scheme<br />
  73. 73. Role of Space Management?<br /><ul><li>Land Titles should be Clear and Marketable
  74. 74. Ensure that the land is old tenure ab initio
  75. 75. 80% Premium on New Tenure at the time of NA
  76. 76. Clear all dues and encumbrances, if any
  77. 77. Tally DILR Survey Measurement with Govt. Records
  78. 78. Free from any reservations such as:
  79. 79. CRZ, MEF, R&B, SSNNL, IR, etc.
  80. 80. Systematic Documentation
  81. 81. Final Entry in Revenue Records
  82. 82. Smooth and Peaceful Transfer of Possession</li></li></ul><li>Modus Operandi<br />
  83. 83. For more information:<br />Contact:<br />VishalDedhia<br />Investor Representation,<br />Dholera SIR<br />Space Management Ltd.<br />(m) +91 9925800600<br />(e) Vishal@spacemanagement.in<br />Skype: dedhia.vishal<br />THANK YOU!<br />