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Gandhinagar, Gujarat


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Gandhinagar, Gujarat .. Case Study of city planning

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Gandhinagar, Gujarat

  2. 2. -- PUBLIC SPACE MARKET PLACE -- Public Space has been a fundamental party of communities for centuries. It serves as a setting for individual to rest, meet and exchange ideas. -- A public space is a social space such that is generally open and accessible. -- -- A place where goods are offered for sale. -- . -- An open place or a building where buyers and sellers convene for the sale of goods. - -- Market space—an information- and communication-based electronic exchange environment—is a relatively new concept in marketing. Sheet Tittle :: Public Space Sheet No. :: 1 Elective (222)
  3. 3. WHY DO WE CHOOSE THESE MARKET …. -- The aim of our case study was to study a public space. -- We chose Sarojini Nagar , Delhi, India market because it is easily accessible by all sections of society , it is affordable due to excessive bargaining. -- The market facilitates trade and enables the distribution and allocation of resources in a Society. -- Camden market, London Open- air and indoor markets , each with its own distinctive flavor, line a street of shops, bars and restaurants. -- We decided to study this particular place also so we could have a good comparison between our online case study which is Camden Market and live case study, Sarojini Nagar Market which are both street markets.
  5. 5. INTRODUCTION -- Sarojini Nagar market was named after the famous women freedom fighter Sarojini Naidu and she is a belonged to the Kulin Brahmins, Bengali family. -- It is in the vicinity of Chanakyapuri , one of the most beautiful localities in Delhi. --Sarojini Nagar is one of the most favoured places in the city to buy clothes and fabrics at unbeatable prices . -- Apart from a large number of large sized showrooms for various international and local brands , the crux of the market is formed by street side shops which sell garments of all sizes , designs and colours. -- This market is a favourite place for the students, tourists and college goings due to great bargaining at this place. -- Sarojini Nagar Market is very popular among the Delhi citizens because of having great bargaining here in every product. The shops in the market are drop at the sides of the road and shopkeeper offered the customers everything such as home furnishing, fashionable clothing, bags, cosmetics, belts, sweaters, footwear, and other accessories. -- To explore the every corner of this Sarojini Nagar Market, one can need about half a day for this purpose and it is good if one can start visit this market early in a day.
  6. 6. Location And Accessibility -- Sarojini Nagar is a neighbourhood located in South West Delhi district of Delhi, India. --The area is one of the most developed and is popular because of its market catering to all sections of the society. -- It is close to Safdarjung Airport and AIIMS metro station it is serviced by the INA underground station of the Delhi Metro and hence is easily accessible by college going students. -- The market is surrounded by public housing and 90% of the shops are family owned. --The colony is encircled by sajdarjung enclave, south extension etc. -- HOW TO REACH :: This market is nearby Safdarjung Enclave, Chankyapuri, and Dilli Haat and is located in South Delhi. One can take bus or hire a auto to reach this market. Other mode of transportation is the Metro station namely Central Secretariat where the person spend only 15 minutes to reach this market. The opening days for Sarojini Nagar market is from Tuesday to Sundays. The timings are 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM for shopping in this market. Monday is the closing day for this market.
  7. 7. Site plan Of Sarojini Nagar ENTRIES
  8. 8. SITE PLAN : ANALYSIS -- 250 SHOPS * ‘I’ shaped continuous shops * Proper circulation pattern with 3-4 m wide street -- Zones * Zone1: shops and stalls * Zone 2 : parks * Zone 3: 4 parking lot * Zone 4 : neighborhood area -- NDMC DLF Mall * 850 car parking slot * branded food court --- 2- 3 km away from mail road Road Plan Site Plan
  9. 9. Neighborhood area Analysis -- NDMC DLF Mall… - ANALYSIS : provide suitable parking for 850 cars.. : asset to the beauty of the market.. -- Govt. Block - ANALYSIS : residence gives quick access to the market.. : 2 storey building provide Proper shading to the market.. -- SCHOOLS : a) BSS School b) Girl’s School c) NDMC School - ANALYSIS : huge rush during peek hours.. : insecure for children.. : cars parking at front of the school gate. NDMC School NDMC Mall Residence
  10. 10. Important Features NDMC Mall -- LANDMARK -- The market has two landmarks 1. Sarvodaya Vidyalaya No.1 2. NDMC DLF Mall -- PARKING – The width of the tertiary road where parking arrangements have been made is 6-7 m. --- ANALYSIS –There is very less parking space for the ample amount of visitors ,thus multilevel parking is being constructed within the complex. -- CCTV – The market administration has taken adequate safety measures after the 2005 bombings by providing proper CCTV surveillance in the market. --ENTRY & EXIT - The market has many entry and exit points avoiding overcrowding in certain areas during its peek hours during the weekends. --- ANALYSIS --- no proper signage and ordination for exit & entry. -- In this market, clothes are basically rejected from export and brand surplus. -- New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) decided to establish the first mechanized multi-level car parking at Sarojini Nagar after series of stoppage. -- The multi-level parking of Sarojini Nagar has about 8 floors in it and situated in a commercial field. Commercial outlets will be present at ground and first floor. This multi-level parking has a capacity of 824 vehicles according to one of the official.
  11. 11. Social connections: ANALYSIS -- Sarojini Nagar Market not only is a hub for fashionable clothes, shoes etc. but also people having commercial purposes visit this place. --The place sells traditional items and local Indian handicrafts and hence proves to be a major attraction for tourists. -- Also the shops here are owned by residents and hence the availability of grocery market here caters to their daily needs. -- Also this place is a favourite hangout spot for college going students due to its affordable price. --The market also consists of big brands showrooms such as BATA, NIKON, REEBOK etc. attracting people with different demands.
  12. 12. Innovation : ANALYSIS -- -- -- -- --
  13. 13. Strength ANALYSIS -- The market was provided with adequate safety that is strict safety provisions were provided by the police. -- To manage heavy traffic in the narrow lanes the police had placed barricades and many roads were made one way, also traffic was not allowed inside the market. -- All shops had their individual generators for proper functioning during light cuts, which are Of ten during the summer season. -- It is not only a clothes market, but also a market to furniture, grocery etc. available at affordable prices and subjected to bargaining. Hence it caters to needs of people coming from all walks of life. -- ADVICE : It is also advisable for the person that want to shop that one can organize trip for Sarojini Nagar only at weekdays to avoid disarray on the weekend as because on weekend, everyone found a great rush in the market.
  14. 14. Weakness : SWOT ANALYSIS -- Markets are clustered and areas are not demarcated for specific activities, i.e., streets are very haphazard. -- The market has very few number of dustbins for the visitors to throw away waste and hence the streets are very dirty. -- Very less seating provided compared to the number of people visiting the market. -- We observed very poor circulation in the market, pickpocketing is common and visitors have to be very careful and take extra care of their belongings while visiting here. -- The market is lined with a periphery of trees but very few trees existed inside the market reducing the shading effect. -- Very few signage's are provided and hence locating various shops is a problem for those visitors who are not very familiar with market. -- Some shops of this market are not having proper lightening in the evening, so it is advisable to shop in a day time for the customers. -- They are also facing the same type of problem like day by day growth of hawkers in CP that is creating serious problem. Hawkers have blocked the road that is outside the Pallika Parking.
  16. 16. INTRODUCTION - Camden is a vibrant, lively area of the capital City of London, full of exciting things to do and places to visit. -Starting with just a few stalls in the early 1970s, it has now grown to accommodate a staggering 100,000 people every weekend. - A small local foodstuffs market has operated in Inverness Street in Camden Town since the beginning of the 20th century. --- From 1974 a small weekly crafts market that operated every Sunday near Camden Lock developed into a large complex of markets. -- -- Camden Town is a sea of entertainment. It overflows with a variety of colorful markets, shops, restaurants, bars, pubs, clubs, theatres and cinemas. The town attracts enormous crowds of Londoners and tourists alike. -- the main focus for furniture in the markets. Household goods, decorative, ethnically-influenced items, and second-hand items or 20th-century antiques, many of them hand-crafted
  17. 17. Location -- Camden Market is a neighbourhood located in Central district of London. --The area is one of the most developed and is popular because of its market catering to all sections of the society. -- The Camden Market are a number of adjoining large retail markets in Camden Town near the Hampstead Road Lock of the Regent's Canal . -- Camden Lock Market is situated by the Regent's Canal on a site formerly occupied by warehouses and other premises associated with the canal .
  18. 18. Accessibility Camden Market is easily accessible for entire London . -- Bus : Services from many parts of London pass close to the markets .. -- Underground : Camden Town and Chalk Farm are the nearest tube stations. It is only a 10 minute trip on the Northern line to Camden from the center of London… -- Waterbus : Regular canal trips leave Little Venice for Camden Lock during the spring and summer months. -- Stables Market : There is easy access for the disabled to all retail outlets via any of the four entrances. -- Camden Lock Market: This is fully accessible, on all floors, to the disabled visitor. A lift is situated in the NW corner of the Market Hall, accessible from Camden Lock Place
  19. 19. Site Plan of Camden Town : ANALYSIS
  20. 20. main street ANALYSIS -- Camden High Street, with its continuation Chalk Farm Road, is a busy thoroughfare, lined with amazing shops, pubs, small indoor markets, and restaurants which overflow into the side streets. -- It is a continuation of Camden High Street, and begins at the Bridge over Regent's Canal . Chalk Farm underground station is at the northern end which is on the Northern Line. -- It is the market hub of Camden Town. Walk the mile along here, between Camden Town and Chalk Farm Underground stations, and you can stop, and shop in all the markets of Camden. -- Chalk Farm Road is around 20-22 meter wide.
  21. 21. CAMDEN LOCK MARKET : SUMMARY -- Established in 1975 this was the market which started the phenomenon that now draws more than 150,000 a week to the Camden Town markets. -- To amuse the mind and entertain the whole family discover an assortment of board games, mind teasers, and juggling equipment, a wide range of music and cult films and from a selection of independent bookshops everything from poetry to politics. -- To decorate any home and give as wonderful gifts, explore a selection of home furnishings, unique fabrics, paintings and prints. Made-to-order & handcrafted mirrors and frames are also available. -- For those special presents, browse the vast number of stalls and shops which sell unusual and original gifts. Or choose from a large selection of handcrafted traditional and contemporary jewelry, designer clothes and accessories to suit any fashion victim.
  23. 23. Site Plan : ANALYSIS -- 230 Continuous Shops.. *proper circulation pattern *famous market hall -- 130 Stalls *Portable * divide open area into queue option -- 10 zones *divide whole market into different parts *east to access from one part to other -- accessibility *bridge over canal * 9 different entries ---A recent addition to the market is a stunning modern building with a maze of attractive small shops on the ground level, and above a huge and exotically decorated restaurant serving contemporary Pan-Asian cooking.
  24. 24. Market hall -- Market Hall : Best of Camden. -- Dingwalls Gallery : Painting, Sculpture, etc.. -- Returning to the early traditions of the original Camden Lock Market as a center for craft workers, - ---the Market Hall and the workshops around the open markets offer products created and sold by local artists and designers as well as quality imported items. --- These are just a few of more than 100 traders selling their goods over the three floors of the Market Hall.
  25. 25. Important Features : analysis -- There is a large selection of fast food stalls. In 1991 a three - storey indoor market hall designed by architect John Dickinson was opened on the site of the first outdoor market. -- In the style of the traditional 19th century industrial architecture and housing in the area, it is built of brick and cast iron. -- To find Camden Lock Market walk up Camden High Street from Camden Town station until you see this building. The market lies to your left. -- CCTV – The market administration has taken adequate safety measures after the 2005 bombings by providing proper CCTV surveillance in the market. -- Redevelopment will include a new pedestrian route through the rear of the Stables Market exposing 25 of the existing railway arches. -- Pedestrian walkways—in the style of the existing historic ramp and bridge system—will open up the site and increase access for visitors. A glass roof and cycle parking spaces will be added.
  26. 26. Innovation : analysis - A recent addition to the market is a stunning modern building with a maze of attractive small shops on the ground level, and above a huge and exotically decorated restaurant serving contemporary Pan-Asian cooking. --- In November 2007 a large part of the Stables Market was demolished as part of a long-term redevelopment plan for the area and rebuilt as a year-round permanent market area. -- Recently the Stables Market has been much extended with a wealth of new traders in the area of the old Catacombs and Arches at the north end. - Exterior of buildings and Hotels are decorative to make it more attractive. - In the summer of 2007 redevelopment of the back of the Stables Market began. This redevelopment consisted of two new four-storey buildings housing shops, food outlets, offices, workshops and storage facilities, as well as an exhibition space.
  27. 27. STRENGTH -- Proper circulation pattern throughout the market. - Provide proper sunshades at food stalls. WEAKNESS -- Car : Parking in Camden Town for visitors' cars is very limited, so find another way to travel if you can. -- Very less seating provided compared to the number of people visiting the market.
  28. 28. Comparative analysis SAROJINI MARKET new Delhi, India LIVE CASE STUDY CAMDeN MARKET Hampstead Road, LONDON INTERNET CASE STUDY
  29. 29. SAROJINI MARKET CAMDeN MARKET Location & Accessibility -- South Delhi, India -- Easily accessible for southern part of Delhi. -- It is close to Safdarjung Airport and AIIMS metro station it is serviced by the INA underground station of the Delhi Metro. -- The area is one of the most developed and is popular because of its market catering to all sections of the society. -- CENTRAL ZONE, LONDON -- Camden Market is easily accessible for entire London by Bus , Metro , water bus etc. -- Compare to Sarojini market. Camden market is easily accessible for London crowd.
  30. 30. SAROJINI MARKET CAMDeN MARKET TRANSPORTATION & CIRCULATION - By bus, auto & private vehicle only. - 5 parking lot for around 500 cars & bikes - Multilevel parking for 850 cars. - 10-11 m wide external road & 3-4 m wide internal roads - For Circulation : NO SPECIFIC ENTRY & EXIT BUT VEHICLES STILL ENTER INSIE THE MARKET WHICH BECOMES THREAT FOR THE PEOPLE FOR WALIKNG. - by bus, metro, water canals, cycle stand. - Very less parking for vehicles, 45-50 cars. - Cycle stand for nearest crowd. - 20-22 m wide main street & 4-5 m wide internal street. - NO SPECIFC ENTRY & EXIT AND NO VEHICLES ARE ALLOWED ONLY WALKABKE ENVIRONMENT. - Compare to Sarojini nagar market Camden market circulation and transportation is worse because of less parking and single primary road.
  31. 31. SAROJINI MARKET CAMDeN MARKET BUFFER SPACES - More open area required for circulation of people & cars. - less closed area gives to shops and residence. - three parks provided with proper landscaping - No water front provided - Less open area only for circulation pattern, covers only roads & street. - More closed area provided to shops. stalls hotels etc. - Less green area, no parks or garden, only wide trees at corner. - Single water front for canal transportation