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Published on April 7, 2009

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Slides related to the Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA) in the presentation made by the Commissioner to the Chief Minister

Slum Rehabilitation Authority

Details of Slums in PMC No. of Slums 564 No. of Slum Units 210000 Slum Dweller Population 1050000 City Population (year 2001) 2400000 % of Slum Dweller Population to City Population 43.75

Details of Slums in PCMC No. of Slums 71 No. of Slum Units 35393 Slum Dweller Population 147809 City Population (year 2001) 1000000 % of Slum Dweller Population to City Population 14.78

SLUM REHABILITATION AUTHORITY Pune & Pimpri - Chinchwad Area. Details of Slum Rehabilitation Schemes. S.No. Details No. of Schemes Slum Units % of Slum Units to the Total Slum Units ( 2,10000 ) A Schemes Completed under SRD (from 1994 to 2005) 12 2089 0.99 B Schemes approved and under construction. 14 3691 1.76 C Schemes submitted to SRA and being processed for Section 3C and 3D. 23 3274 1.56   Total 49 9054 4.31 PMC is executing schemes under BSUP for 7000 dwelling units PCMC is executing schemes under BSUP for 18000 dwelling units processed through SRA

Impact of Govt. directives Dt. 24/7/2008 ( PMC Area ) CALCULATIONS FOR ONE HECTARE RESIDENTIAL LAND WITH MIN 360 T/H REHAB   Description Govt. Directives Dt. 26/2/04 & 20/3/07 Govt. Directives Dt. 24/7/2008   Calculations A zone B zone C zone Calculations A zone B zone C zone       1:2 1:2.50 1:3   1:1.75 1:1.75 1:2.00 A Total Plot Area in sq. mtrs.   10000 10000 10000   10000 10000 10000 B Deduction for reservation area (if any)   Nil Nil Nil   Nil Nil Nil C Deduction for Open Space 10% A x 10% 1000 1000 1000 A x 10% 1000 1000 1000 D Net plot area in sq. mtrs. A -C 9000 9000 9000 A -C 9000 9000 9000 E Rehab tenements with minimum 360 T/H tenement density D x 0.036 324 324 324 D x 0.036 324 324 324 F Rehabilitation component area in sq. mtrs. 20.90 / 25 sq.m. carpet area = 25 / 28 sqm builtup E x 25 sq.m. 8100 8100 8100 E x 28 sq.m. 9072 9072 9072 G Free sale area component in sq. mtrs. F x 2/2.50/3 16200 20250 24300 F x 1.75/1.75/2 15876 15876 18144 H Total permissible FAR of S.R. Scheme F+ G 24300 28350 32400 F+ G 24948 24948 27216   FAR / FSI Index H / D 2.7 3.15 3.6 H / D 2.772 2.772 3.024 I Maximum permissible in situ FAR in sq. mtrs 2.50 / 3.00 FSI D x 2.50 22500 22500 22500 D x 3.00 27000 27000 27000 J Slum TDR generation in sq. mtrs. H - I 1800 5850 9900 H - I Nil Nil 216 K Free sale in situ FAR in sq. mtrs. I - F 14400 14400 14400 I - F 17928 17928 17928

Impact of Govt. directives Dt. 24/7/2008 ( PCMC Area ) CALCULATIONS FOR ONE HECTARE RESIDENTIAL LAND WITH MIN 360 T/H REHAB   Description Govt. Directives Dt. 20/3/2007 Dt. 24/7/2008   Calculations A zone B zone C zone Calculations A zone B zone C zone       1:2 1:2.50 1:3.00   1:2 1:2.50 1:3.00 A Total Plot Area in sq. mtrs.   10000 10000 10000   10000 10000 10000 B Deduction for reservation area (if any)   Nil Nil Nil   Nil Nil Nil C Deduction for Open Space 10% A x 10% 1000 1000 1000 A x 10% 1000 1000 1000 D Net plot area in sq. mtrs. A -C 9000 9000 9000 A -C 9000 9000 9000 E Rehab tenements with minimum 360 T/H tenement density D x 0.036 324 324 324 D x 0.036 324 324 324 F Rehabilitation component area in sq. mtrs. 20.90 / 25sqm carpet area = about 25 / 28sq.m. builtup area E x 25 sq.m. 8100 8100 8100 E x 28 sq.m. 9072 9072 9072 G Free sale area component in sq. mtrs. F x 2 / 2.5 / 3 16200 20250 24300 F x 2/2.5/3 18144 22680 27216 H Total permissible FAR of S.R. Scheme F+ G 24300 28350 32400 F+ G 27216 31752 36288   FAR / FSI Index H / D 2.70 3.15 3.60 H / D 3.02 3.53 4.03 I Maximum permissible in situ FAR in sq. mtrs. 2.50 / 3.00 FSI D x 2.50 22500 22500 22500 D x 3.00 27000 27000 27000 J Slum TDR generation in sq. mtrs. H - I 1800 5850 9900 H - I 216 4752 9288 K Free sale in situ FAR in sq. mtrs. I - F 14400 14400 14400 I - F 17928 17928 17928

Long Term Solution JNNURM mandatory reform – 20 -25% of every housing project to be of small, affordable houses. Necessary to workout rules and modification. Technological intervention – to bring down cost of construction. Legal intervention – to bring down cost of land ( e.g. by granting more FSI). Maximum FSI along metro/ bus rapid transit corridors. Affordable – having townships in 4-5 peri-urban areas like Lonvala, Talegaon, Daund, Saswad which are on the local suburban train route. Govt. of India willing to support 40,000 houses in Phase I

JNNURM mandatory reform – 20 -25% of every housing project to be of small, affordable houses. Necessary to workout rules and modification.

Technological intervention – to bring down cost of construction.

Legal intervention – to bring down cost of land ( e.g. by granting more FSI).

Maximum FSI along metro/ bus rapid transit corridors.

Affordable – having townships in 4-5 peri-urban areas like Lonvala, Talegaon, Daund, Saswad which are on the local suburban train route. Govt. of India willing to support 40,000 houses in Phase I

Decisions expected from State Government. A bank guarantee of 2.5% amount of cost of construction of rehabilitation. The entire permissible insitu FAR can be permitted for purely residential/residential + commercial/ purely commercial and / or users as otherwise permissible in DC rules. If the developer does not desire to consume the full permissible in – situ FAR on the same site, in such case the free sale component partly or fully shall be granted in the form of Slum TDR. TDR – Zone - A 1:2, Zone B – 1:2.5 and Zone – C & D – 1:3.0 PMC TDR - Zone – A,B,C & D – 1:4.0 PCMC

A bank guarantee of 2.5% amount of cost of construction of rehabilitation.

The entire permissible insitu FAR can be permitted for purely residential/residential + commercial/ purely commercial and / or users as otherwise permissible in DC rules.

If the developer does not desire to consume the full permissible in – situ FAR on the same site, in such case the free sale component partly or fully shall be granted in the form of Slum TDR.

TDR – Zone - A 1:2, Zone B – 1:2.5 and Zone – C & D – 1:3.0 PMC

TDR - Zone – A,B,C & D – 1:4.0 PCMC

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