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  1. 1. IL&FS IDC Services offered for JNNURM and UIDSSMT Schemes Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited
  2. 2. Salient Features of JNNURM Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM), the most ambitious urban program in the history of India JNNURM is a Government of India initiative aiming at encouraging reforms and fast track planned development of identified cities. Focus is on efficiency in urban infrastructure and service delivery mechanisms, community participation and accountability of ULBs/parastatal agencies towards citizens Total support from GOI is Rs. 50,000 cr. with matching contribution by cities/states over next six years (2006-12) Investment of around Rs. 1,50,000 cr. envisaged
  3. 3. JNNURM- Two Track Strategy For JNNURM Track-I 63 Identified cities For UIDSSMT & Track-II IHSDP* Other cities **Guidelines largely same as JNNURM but CDP not mandatory for UIDSSMT towns
  4. 4. Objectives 2 Ensure adequate funds to fulfil deficiencies 3 1 Planned Integrated development of development of cities infrastructure services Encourage reforms and fast track planned development 4 Provision of 6 services for the secure effective urban poor linkages between asset creation & 5 asset management Redevelopment of old cities
  5. 5. Key Elements ULB State/ULB CDP Timeline for Reform MoUD/MoUEPA DPR Agenda Application for JNNURM/UIDSSMT funds
  6. 6. CDP Objective JNNURM: “create economically productive, efficient, equitable and responsive cities” Facilitate Local Economic Growth pro-growth Improved municipal services pro-poor Improving Conditions for Poor
  7. 7. CDP in JNNURM CDP culminates with Projects & Reform Investments Improved municipal City Investment Plan services Capital Improved Investments Management Infra projects Reforms Key Issue – How to structure projects to supplement GoI grants and get investments to bridge gap?
  8. 8. City Development Plan Where Where are we are we now? now? Perspective Perspective and and What strategies What strategies vision for the Where do we want Where do we want vision for the are required? are required? future to go to go future development development of the city of the city What What are are priority priority needs? needs?
  9. 9. Components of JNNURM Inadmissible Components Admissible Components Power Urban Renewal Telecom Water Supply (including Desalination & Sewerage) Health Solid Waste Management Education Storm Water Drains Wage employment & staff components Urban Transport UIDSSMT Parking spaces on PPP basis Power and telecommunication work Development of heritage areas Rolling stock like buses and tram Prevention & rehabilitation Health and educational institution of soil erosion (only in case of Urban transport (MRTS, LRTS etc.) Special Category States) Wage employment and staff component Preservation of water bodies Maintenance works
  10. 10. Key Reforms MANDATARY REFORMS CITY- LEVEL STATE-LEVEL Enactment of public disclosure Accrual-based double entry system of law accounting Introduction of system of Implementation of 74th CA e-governance Enactment of community Reform of property tax with GIS participation law Levy of reasonable user charges (Full Assigning or associating elected recovery of 100% O&M ULBs with “city planning charges) function” Internal earmarking of budgets for Repeal ULCA and Reform Rent Control Laws basic services to the urban poor Rationalization of Stamp Duty to Provision of basic services to urban bring it down to no more than 5% poor within next five years.
  11. 11. Key Reforms OPTIONAL REFORMS Revision of building bye-laws and streamline approval building process Simplification of legal and procedural frameworks for conversion of agricultural land for non-agricultural purposes. Introduction of Property Title Certification System Earmarking at least 20-25% of developed land in all housing projects for EWS/LIG category Introduction of computerized process of registration of land and property Revision of bye-laws to make rain water harvesting mandatory in all buildings and adoption of water conservation measures Bye-laws for reuse of recycled water Administrative reforms Structural reforms Encouraging Public Private Partnership
  12. 12. Funding Pattern As Percentage of Total Project Cost Urban Infrastructure and Governance Grant ULB/Parastat Funding Pattern als/Loan from Centre State Financial Institution Cities with 4 million plus population 35% 15% 50% Cities with million plus but less than 4 50% 20% 30% million population Cities in North Eastern States and 90% 10% J&K Other Cities 80% 10% 10% Setting up de-salination plants 80% 10% 10% Note: The above funding pattern shall not apply to MRTS Projects
  13. 13. Services offered by IIDC IIDC brings complementary skills across sectors and States in India and shares financial risk of development. IIDC can provide following services: Project identification, through an integrated approach towards improvement of services Technical, financial and managerial resources to undertake project development. Project structuring for implementation in suitable Public Private Partnership (PPP) formats Contractual framework for different PPP options
  14. 14. Services offered by IIDC Project marketing through relationships with Private Sector and Financial Institutions Financial closure Project monitoring and supervision during the operation period of the Project. Assistance in implementation of Reform Agenda Training and capacity building, developing information, education and communication (IEC) systems
  15. 15. Possible Role of IIDC …1 Assistance to SLNA Pre-Project Development Project Development Post Disbursement Development of Timeline Project Appraisal Monitoring of physical and and Action Plan for financial progress of implementation of reforms, Fund Management for sanctioned projects considering the financial Projects/ Revolving Fund implications for inclusion in Monitoring the the tripartite MoA Merchant Banking for implementation of reforms leveraging funds Appraisal of CDP/DPR Co-ordination with MoUD for monitoring progress of Assistance in obtaining projects sanction from MoUD • Utilisation & completion certificates Training and capacity • Project completion building, developing reports Information, Education and Communication (IEC) systems
  16. 16. Possible Role of IIDC …2 Assistance to ULB/ Parastatal Agency Pre-Project Development Project Development Post Disbursement Development of Project Structuring and Project Management & development of legal and Monitoring during Documentation to receive institutional frameworks for sanctions including implementation implementation in PPP Preparation of CDPs and DPRs Financial Engineering Preparation of Quarterly Progress reports Development of Timeline Preparation/Appraisal of and Action Plan for DPRs Assistance in implementation of implementation of reforms mandatory & optional Marketing of PPP Projects such as reforms Double entry Assistance in procurement accounting system of Developers/ Consultants GIS based Property Financial/ Contractual Tax reforms negotiations E-governance, IT applications, MIS etc. Merchant Banking Training & Capacity Building
  17. 17. Possible Institutional Structure IIDC can partner with Government Agencies to deliver the JNNURM Program at the State or ULB level by: Forming a Special Purpose Company (SPC) for implementation of JNNURM Program or creating Project Specific companies Contributing to Project Development cost by establishing Project Development Fund for developing PPP projects Project Advisor for JNNURM projects
  18. 18. IIDC: Initial Involvement in JNNURM Center Ministry of Urban Development: IIDC involved in preparation of the toolkits and assisted MoUD during regional workshops State-Cities Preparation of CDPs for: Asansol-Durgapur Guwahati: Dhanbad Shimla Imphal Jaipur Ajmer-Pushkar Other UIDSMMT towns in Rajasthan Preparation of DPRs and taking up reforms agenda is underway in many cities and states.
  19. 19. IIDC: Present Involvement in JNNURM IIDC is in partnership with various states and ULBs for Integrated Project Management consultancy services like Preparation of DPR s, Project Development and Project Management etc. : Guwahati (Partnership with GMDA) Kolkatta (Partnership with WBIDC & KMDA) Rajasthan ( PDCOR with RUIFDCO) IL&FS through its Urban Desk is Program Manager for implementing JNNURM programs in various ULBs including Nanded, Maharashtra IL&FS provides finances to urban local bodies through Pooled Municipal Debt Obligation Facility
  20. 20. Let’s Partner for Implementation of JNNURM and UIDSSMT

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