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Delay informulation of TP Schemes

  1. 1. A PRESENTATION ON “DELAY IN FORMULATION OF TOWN PLANNING SCHEMES Guide Dr.J.E.M.Macwan Seminar Coordinator Shri. Chetan R Patel Prepared by: Malvika Jaishal (P12UP004) P.G. URBAN PLANNING CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT, M.TECH. (PLANNING), SEMESTER-3
  2. 2. CONTENTS Introduction  Issues  Town Planning Acts   GTPUDA Town Planning Schemes  Causes of Delay  Experts’ View  Suggestions  Summary  References 
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION  This presentation is an attempt to give a brief view about Town planning Schemes and will address the loopholes in practices of preparing TP Schemes.  It include few suggestion that can be introduce in to speed up the process of preparing TPS.
  4. 4. ISSUES  In Gujarat State out of 800 TP, 350 TPS are pending before to state government for final approval.  In Surat, only out of 128 TP Schemes 60 TPS is in Draft Preliminary State and 28 are in Sanction Preliminary State.  The prime issue is the delay in the process of Formulation of Town Planning Schemes and its sanction from State Government.
  5. 5. HISTORY OF TOWN PLANNING ACT  TPS is well coordinated & powerful tool for Planning  Town Planning Acts: Bombay Town Planning Act, 1915 & 1954  MRTP Act 1966  Gujarat Town Planning and Urban Development Act, 1976 
  6. 6. GUJARAT TOWN PLANNING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT ACT  Enacted in 1976  GTPUDA –mandates the creation of Area Development Authorities.  Urban Planning in Gujarat is 2 Step Process. Development Plan  Town Planning Schemes 
  7. 7. TOWN PLANNING SCHEME  It based on Land Pooling Techniques and Redistribution.  TPS is conceptualize as joint venture between the local Authorities and owner of land.  Area- 100-120 Ha  Time Frame- 50 -60 months
  8. 8. TIME FRAME OF FORMATION PROCESS Hearing
  9. 9. REASON OF SUCCESS Manageable scheme size  Self-financing  Land owner satisfaction  Fair Process  Early provision of infrastructure 
  10. 10. CAUSES OF DELAY  LONG-ACTING PERIOD 3 stage process  49 months for sanctioning of TPs  No force on the State Government to sanction TP in definite time period. 
  11. 11.  LIMITED DATA Cadastre Data are not updated at regular basis.  It takes more than 6 month to collect data.  Need Certification from Revenue Department   USING ARCHAIC MAPS Archaic Maps are so old and not updated.  Distortion of data to match with Revenue Data, in order to get certified.  It does not match with current Scenario of land. 
  12. 12. MANNER OF REVIEWS OF TPS IS INADEQUATE. Too Much Centralized Process.  State government review both procedural and planning procedure.  State Govt. is reviewing TPS in two stages, each in Preliminary Stage and at Final Stage. 
  13. 13. INADEQUATE PLANNING CAPACITY OF GOVT. AUTHORITIES  Lack of Technical capacity of local government.  Less Staff in Town Planning Department.  1 TPO is handling more than 10 TP scheme
  14. 14. EXPERTS’ VIEW  3 Stage of Preparing TP Scheme is Unnecessary  Main delay occurs between preliminary and Final Town Planning Scheme.  A thought to Review Process, should remain with local authorities, but it will be hard to maintain the system transparent.  Lack of Staff  Private sector capacities have not significantly developed.  Quick implementation will lead to faster growth.
  15. 15. SUGGESTIONS  Enforcement on State Govt.  Limiting the role of the State Government.  Streamlining the land records at State level  Utilizing Private Sector Capacities
  16. 16. SUMMARY  TPS has tremendous potential  Quick Implementation is need of Time.  Modification of Town Planning Act and Policy.  Enhancing & Utilizing Private Sector Capacities .
  17. 17. REFERENCES  Department Of Town Planning Of Maharashtra, “Maharashtra Town And Regional Planning Act, 1966” Maharashtra.  Department Of Town Planning Of Gujarat, “Gujarat Town Planning And Urban Development Act, 1976”, Last Embedded In 2000.  Government Of India Ministry Of Home Affairs National Disaster Management Division (Sept 2004), “Town And Country Planning Act-1960.  Maharashtra Regional And Town Planning Act, 1966, Urban Development Plans Formulation And Implementation Guide, Ministry Of Urban Affairs & Employment , Government Of India August1996.  Shirley Ballaney (2008), “The Town Planning Mechanism In Gujarat, India”, World Bank Institute. Washington, D.C.  Shirley Ballaney (2010),“Land Pooling and Reconstitution: A Self-Financing Mechanism for Urban Development. IDFC group Policy Group Quarterly No.7, India  Sri Ramakrishna Nallathiga Centre Of Good Governance (2010)“managing Urban Growth Using The Town Planning Schemes In Andhra Pradesh”.  The Gujarat Town Planning Act And Urban Development Act 1976, Urban Development Plans Formulation And Implementation Guide August 1996

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