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Musi River Beautification

  1. 1. Work Shop on Save Musi Campaign Strategy and Work Plan Government of Andhra Pradesh Source: School of Planning & Architecture, JNTU, HyderabadSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  2. 2. Riverfronts the World Over Riverfronts are perceived as assets They are vibrant urban spaces They are the engines of Economic Growth and Social Development Transformed through well planned comprehensive riverfront redevelopment projectsSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  3. 3. Riverfront Development - Recent Examples Chengdu, China  Fu & Nan Rivers  1997  30,000 households resettled  1000 polluting enterprises moved  25 hectares of green belt  421 km of river dikes  26 km of trunk sewersSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  4. 4. River Revitalization Project, Chengdu, ChinaSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  5. 5. River Revitalization Project, Chengdu, ChinaSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  6. 6. River Revitalization Project, Chengdu, China 1993Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  7. 7. Musi and Hyderabad 1510-1687 1687-1755 1750-1865 1750-18651865-1900 1900-1930 1900-1930 1930-1944 1930-1944 1510-1687 1944-1971 1944-1971 1971-1991 1971-1991Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  8. 8. Abuse and Neglect of Musi  Incompatible activities  Encroachments  Unplanned developmentSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  9. 9. Pollution Over 600 mld of untreated sewage from 65 storm water drainsSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  10. 10. Natural Vistas and HeritageSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  11. 11. The Major Objectives  Clean the river  Develop as a major tourist attraction  Create city level recreational & green spaces  Facilitate Economic Development & Social Integration  Maintain water sheets at strategic locationsSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  12. 12. key Issues  Pollution  Encroachments  Inaccessibility  Incompatible land uses  Heritage & natural vistas  Under-utilization of open spacesSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  13. 13. Issues of concern• Steep River gradient (retention of water possible only at select places through select interventions)• Existing bed/banks levels and the highest flood levels should be the critical design parameter• Lesser flexibility for intense activity between Tipu khan bridge to Chaderghat bridge• Ecological & Heritage ConstraintsSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  14. 14. Project Prerequisites• Construction of InterceptorSewers in Phase-I• Erection of STPs in the Phase-II• Formation of River Drives (Proper designing and development through PPP)• Policy on encroachments and Enforcement ( both on the river bed and the banks)• Release of public properties (Petlaburj Police land, Jiyaguda, MCH sites)• Breaking up the entire plan into Phase-I and Phase-II• Assigning Implementation Agencies Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  15. 15. Schematic Development Strategy Components The proposed projects are categorized into 6 components. •Environmental Up gradation of the River •Road Infrastructure •Heritage & Conservation •Rehabilitation •Administrative Actions and Design Development •Growth Corridors Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  16. 16. Schematic Development Strategy Options  River Drives  Ganesh Immersion Ghat  Promenades  Informal hawking areas  Flower Gardens  Nature trails  Floodplain Landscaping  Rehabilitation of Dhobi Ghats & Informal settlements  Playground 1571-1800 AD  Night Bazars  Aquarium  Multi Purpose open space  City Museum  Growth Corridors  Public offices  Afforestation  Off-street ParkingSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  17. 17. Implementation Strategy• Divide the Development into Three Distinct Precincts in line with the Character• Ecological Precinct – Tippu Khan Bridge to Puranapul – 7.28 km• Heritage Precinct – Puranapul to Chaderghat Bridge – 3.98 km• Metropolitan Precinct – Chaderghat Bridge to Nagole Bridge – 8.64 km Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  18. 18. Key ProjectsSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  19. 19. ACTION PLAN – PHASE I DURATION : Fifteen MonthsSl. Details of work Location Cost Mode of Implementati Pre- Date ofNo. (approx.) funding on agency requisite Completion Environmental Upgradation of the River1 Construction of Tipu Khan bridge 38.30 Cr National HMWS&SB - June2006 to Chaderghat River Intercepting bridge Conservat sewers (11.26 Kms) ion Project2 Landscape and Muslim Jung 5.00 Cr NURM + MCH Interce Aug 2006 bridge to Internal pting recreation Salarjung resources sewers (1.54 Kms)3 Imlibun Island Imlibun Bus 2.78 Cr Internal + HUDA - June2006 Station Social Environmental Forestry upgradation4 Check Dams Opp. High Court, 3.00 Cr NURM + MCH Aug 2006 Salarjung bridge Internal HUDA resources Contd. Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  20. 20. 5 Intercepting Chaderghat 29.38 Cr National HMWS&SB - June 2006 bridge – River sewers Nagole Action Plan (8.64 kms)6 Landscape Puranapul to 26.30 Cr PPP MCH Intercept- Aug 2006 Muslim Jung, ing sewers and Salarjung to recreation Chaderghat (2.45 kms)7 Open spaces 36 Nos 3.25 Cr PPP MCH & June 2006 HUDA revitalisation Contd… Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  21. 21. Road Infrastructure8 River Drives and Near Heritage 7.01Cr NURM + MCH June 2006 Precinct Internal Junction resources Improvements9 Access Roads Around Heritage 0.62 Cr NURM + MCH Mar 2006 Precinct Internal improvements resources10 Parking In Heritage 0.29 Cr NURM + MCH Mar 2006 Precinct Internal Facilities resources Contd… Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  22. 22. 11 River Drives Near 17.14 Cr NURM+ MCH Encroachment June 2006 Heritage Internal policy and Junction Precinct Improvements12 Access Roads Around 1.31 Cr NURM+ MCH Encroachment Aug 2006 improvements Heritage Precinct Internal policy13 Parking In Heritage 3.87 Cr NURM + MCH Aug 2006 Precinct Internal Facilities resources Contd… Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  23. 23. Heritage and Conservation14 Restoration of 2 Bridges 1.35 Cr NURM + MCH - Aug 2006 1 Building Internal Bridges and resources Buildings/Structures15 Heritage and Muslim 0.72 Cr Internal Tourism - June 2006 Jung bridge resources Tourism Facilities to Salarjung (1.54 Kms)16 Restoration of bridges 1 Bridge 1.93 Cr NURM+ MCH - Aug 2006 and 3 Internal Buildings/St buildings/structures ructures17 Heritage and Tourism Muslim 3.78 Cr Internal Tourism - Aug 2006 Jung bridge resources Facilities to Salarjung (1.54 Kms) Contd… Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  24. 24. Rehabilitation18 Relocation of Muslim Jung 0.40 Cr NURM + MCH - Mar 2006 bridge to Internal existing river Salarjung (1.54 resources bed activities Kms)19 Acquisition of Puranapool to 2.83 Cr District Mar 2006 Nagole bridge Collectors river bed land20 Rationalisation River bed 0.60 Cr Internal MCH Aug 2006 of graveyards and Burning ghats21 Rationalisation River bed 0.20 Cr Internal MCH June 2006 of Religious structures Contd… Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  25. 25. 22 Rehabilitation Muslim Jung bridge 0.90 Cr NURM + MCH - June 2006 to Nagole Internal of Dhobi ghats resources23 Restoration of Jummeraat bazar, 0.30 Cr PPP+ MCH June 2006 Ethnic Markets, Jiaguda MCH Chaderghat Dewandoudi Nandi muslaiguda24 Ganesh Attapur 0.20 Cr NURM + MCH Aug 2006 Internal Immersion ghat resources25 Upstream Before Tipu Khan 86.00 Cr Internal HUDA Aug 2006 Bridge Development Contd… Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  26. 26. Administrative Actions and Design Development26 Creation of SPV MA&UD Sept 200527 Delineation of MA&UD Sept 2005 riverfront development zone28 Regulation of river 0.70 Cr HUDA Mar 2006 /MCH front development (MA&UD) and Asset Management Planning and Schematic strategy for up and down streams. Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  27. 27. Schematic Development Strategy Intercepting Sewers  Construction of intercepting sewers in two phases  Connects the 65 storm water out falls on both sides  Approximately costs Rs 38.30 crores in the phase- ISchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  28. 28. Schematic Development Strategy River Drives  North River Drive & South River Drive  Four lane carriage way- 14.0m  1.0m central median  6.5 m utility shoulder  Two footpaths 2.5m wideSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  29. 29. Schematic Development Strategy River Drives 1571-1800 ADSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  30. 30. Schematic Development Strategy Plantations  Block plantations  Public-Private partnership  Improves the environment of the riverbed 1571-1800 ADSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  31. 31. Schematic Development Strategy Promenades  6m wide promenade  Heritage Precincts- 12.0 to 18.0 m  0.5 to 2.0 m below river drive 1571-1800 AD  Landscaping & garden furnitureSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  32. 32. Schematic Development Strategy Water Retention  Retention of water at strategic locations  Five check dams 1571-1800 AD  1.2 to 3.0 m depthSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  33. 33. Detailed Action Plans Heritage PrecinctSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  34. 34. Detailed Action Plan DevelopmentSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  35. 35. Detailed Action Plan DevelopmentSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  36. 36. Detailed Action Plan Suspension BridgeSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  37. 37. ACTION PLAN – PHASE II DURATION : Thirty MonthsSl. Details Location Cost Mode of Implemen Pre- Date ofNo of work (approx.) funding -tation requisite Complet agency ion Environmental Upgradation of the river1 Intercepting Tipu Khan bridge 45.80 Cr National HMWS&SB - Dec 2006 to Nagole River Action sewers Plan (19.99 kms)2 STPs Attapur 339 Cr National HMWS&SB Dec 2007 Jiaguda River Action Plan Nandimusalaiguda Amberpet Nagole3 Landscape Ecological and 102.72Cr PPP + HUDA Intercept- Dec 2007 Metropolitan Internal ing sewers and precincts recreation Contd… Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  38. 38. 4 Revitalisation Chaderghat to 0.50 Cr Internal HUDA Mar 2007 Nagole of existing open spaces5 Construction Tipukhan 2.90 Cr NURM+Internal MCH Interce June 2007 bridge to pting of Check Puranapool sewers dams Contd… Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  39. 39. Road Infrastructure6 River Drives Ecological 138.10 Cr NURM+ HUDA Encroachm Dec 2007 and Internal ent policy and Junction Metropolitan Improvements precincts7 Access Roads Ecological 16.99 Cr NURM+ HUDA Encroachm Aug 2007 improvements and Metropolitan Internal ent policy precincts8 Parking Ecological 20.31 Cr NURM + HUDA Aug 2007 and Internal Facilities Metropolitan resources precincts Contd… Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  40. 40. Heritage and Conservation9 Nature trails Tipukhan 0.15 Cr NURM + HUDA - Mar 2007 bridge to Internal Puranapool resources Rehabilitation10 Acquisition Ecological 1.63 Cr NURM + Dist. - Mar 2007 precinct Internal Collector of river bed resources land11 Informal Metropolitan 0.10 Cr PPP+Internal HUDA Dec 2007 precinct resources Commercial Activities Contd… Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  41. 41. Administrative Actions and Design Development12 Property Metropolitan PPP+Internal HUDA Dec 2007 Develop precinct resources ment13 Nagole Metropolitan PPP+Internal HUDA Dec 2007 precinct resources growth corridor Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  42. 42. Summary of Projected Costs (in Rs Crores) Term No. of Projects Duration Project Sewerage Cost component Phase I 28 15 months 238.16 67.68 Phase II 13 30 months 668.20 384.80 Total 906.36 452.48Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  43. 43. Schematic Development Strategy Financing Strategy The Project Cost Up & Down Stream Others DevelopmentRoad Infrastructure Environmental Upgradation Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  44. 44. Schematic Development Strategy Options for Financing  Internal Funding, NURM, National River Conservation Project  International / Bilateral Agencies  Public Private Partnership  Recurring revenue mechanismsSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  45. 45. Schematic Development StrategyCommercial Development of Select Properties Location Area  Police lines (Govt.) 4.03 ha  Attapur (Pvt.) 13.85 ha  Amberpet Nagole (Pvt.) 55.93 ha  Uppal DCC (Pvt.) 102.88 haSchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  46. 46. Schematic Development Strategy Immediate Actions Recommended  Riverfront Development Zone / SPV be constituted  SPV to be joint venture of MCH,HUDA and HMWS&SB  Special regulations for development of properties in the Zone be put into place  Selection and appointment of the development advisor for the project  Detailed financial strategy  Land acquisition  Undertake Preparation of Detailed Development Strategy for Up & Down Stream (29 km) to the limits of HUDA BoundarySchematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  47. 47. RESIDENTIAL - TOWNSHIPS Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  48. 48. COMMERCIAL Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  49. 49. RESIDENTIAL - MIXED DEVELOPMENT Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  50. 50. RESIDENTIAL - VILLAS Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP
  51. 51. CREATING INTERNATIONAL QUALITY OF COMMERCIALSPACES THROUGH…… …………AT AN EXTREMELY AFFORDABLE PRICES. Schematic Comprehensive Development Strategy for the Musi Riverfront Development GoAP

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