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Jaipur master plan review

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Jaipur master plan review

  1. 1. Master Development Plan Jaipur-2025
  2. 2. Introduction  Location: 26.92°N 75.82°E  Altitude: 431 m (1417 ft.) Above MSL.  Area: 798 Sqkm.  Jaipur city is Rajasthan’s capital and largest city.  Jaipur is situated in the eastern border of Thar Desert.  It is 258 kms from Delhi and 232 kms from Agra, it forms a Golden Triangle to attract tourists. Climate  Jaipur has hot dry summer and cold winter with mean maximum temperature of 45 C and the mean minimum temperature of 5 C. The average annual rainfall is 595.3 mm.
  3. 3. Vision :- • Center powered by technology • City with blend of heritage and modern infrastructure • Heritage city • Pollution free and clean city • Pink city • Garbage free city • Pilot city for culture, etc.
  4. 4. Growth of jaipur :-
  5. 5. Demography  Population Jaipur City Projected Population  Natural growth and In-migration Work force projections year Population ( in lakhs) 1991 15.18 2001 23.23 2011 36.02 2021 55.19 2025 64.95 1981 1991 2001 2025 Workers 278225 427722 658150 2275000 % 27.64 28.43 30.57 35
  6. 6. Housing No. of Households and Household Size:- Housing supply in jaipur:- Housing shortage in jaipur:-
  7. 7. Heritage and Tourism  Strong cultural identity, rich heritage and unique experiences of the city attract large number of foreign and domestic tourists.  The world famous "Golden Triangle" comprising of Delhi-Agra-Jaipur has put Jaipur on the world tourism map. Almost 60% of international tourists visiting India, come to these places.  Tourist Attractions (1) Walled City of Jaipur (City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Bazaars) (2) Outside walled city: (a) Forts- Amber, Jaigarh, Nahargarh, MotiDoongri (b) Palaces- Jal Mahal, Rambagh (c) Sacred Shrines-, Birla Mandir, Galtaji (d) Parks and Gardens- Ghat ki Ghuni, Kanak Vrindavan, (e) Museums- Govt. Central Museum (Albeart Hall) Based on the heritage characteristics and the potential for development, each heritage zone should have either one or more of the following plans for development: • Environmental Impact Assessment/ Management Plan • Special Zone Regeneration/Renewal/ Decongestion Plan • Heritage Management Plan/ Conservation Plan • Heritage Tourism Development Plan
  8. 8. Industry  Organized Industrial areas- V.K.I.A., Jhotwara, Kanakpura, Bindayaka Sitapura and Sanganer.  Unorganized Industrial areas- mainly concentrated in the Sanganer town  Household Industry- mostly in walled city.  Master Plan 1991 proposed 1805 Ha, however development could be taken place in 1007 Ha.  Master Plan 2011 proposed 1862 Ha. however 1600 Ha. Developed.
  9. 9. Transportation Road Network :- The transport system of Jaipur city is mainly road based. Jaipur city has around 10 major arterial spines that criss-cross the entire city. Tonk road is a major arterial road that connects some of the major employment centers like Sanganer, Durgapura and Lal Kothi. Vehicle Growth :- Modal split of the Jaipur city :-
  10. 10. Physical Infrastructure Water Supply:-  City has adequate water supply with an availability126.5 lpcd covering more than 86.5% population. The main source of water is ground water, which is fast depleting at the rate of 3m/annum. Drainage Network Plan :- This plan divided the entire jaipur municipal area into 19 drainage zones. These zones contribute towards the Ganda Nalla, Jawahar nagar nala, Brahmpuri nala and Nagtalai nala. The Ganda nala and Jawahar nagar Nala ultimately drain into the main nala through the center of the jaipur city which is called Amanishah ka nalla. Sewerage :- The existing sewerage system covers about 65 % of total area of Jaipur. In the areas uncovered by sewerage system septic tanks.
  11. 11. Existing Land Use Proposed Land Use

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