Procedure for updating Delhi s Slums .

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Methodology for updating Delhi's Ghettos. Delhi Urban Sanctuary Change Board. Guide of Delhi. Populace Development in Delhi. 3. Wage Levels. Houses Built. Lodging is given in Delhi in the accompanying structures Plotted/Bunch Lodging : 2,75,000 (Application.)
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System for overhauling Delhi\'s Slums Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board

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Map of Delhi

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Population Growth in Delhi 3

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Income Levels

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Houses Constructed Housing is given in Delhi in the accompanying structures Plotted/Group Housing : 2,75,000 (App.) - DDA Housing : 3,76,453 Employer\'s Housing : 50,000 (App.) Housing in Special Area and towns : 3,50,000 (App.) Addition of Housing through existing stock : 1,25,000 (App.) Housing for Urban Poor through unathorised/regularized colonies : 3,70,000 (App.)

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Shortage of Housing

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Slums: Characteristics Number of ghettos : 685 JJ Clusters Population : 4,20,000 JJ Dwellers Land owning organization astute points of interest

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THE SLUM CONDITIONS OF DELHI The ghettos in Delhi can be sorted in two fundamental classifications as under: Notified Slum Areas, i.e. ranges which are told as \'Ghetto regions\', according to the arrangements of the Slum Area (Improvement and Clearance) Act, 1956. The JJ Clusters, i.e. jhuggie bunches on open terrains as illicit infringements.

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Un-approved Colonies in Delhi * 103 settlements regularized in 1962 * according to 1980 overview, another rundown of 607 unapproved states was readied, out of which 567 were regularized till October, 1993 * 1639 unapproved provinces are presently anticipating regularization under the advised arrangement of regularization in the year 2008.

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Rehabilitation Policy The Slum & JJ Deptt of MCD (now DUSIB) had prior been taking after three pronged system for taking care of the issues related with the presence of ghettos and squatter bunches. Procedure I  Carrying out condition change of existing ghettos under the EIUS plot in the ghetto bunches. System II  In-situ redevelopment on the JJ group locales, where the land owning organizations gave NOC for using their property for arranged advancement and reallocation of plots to the occupants. System III  Resettlement of the jhuggi jhopri tenants on a recently created site, through apportioning either a plot of 18/12.5 sqm . or, on the other hand by giving a developed apartment of 25-40 sqm . secured range.

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Growth Potential National Capital Distribution center e.g leafy foods Indian Labor report 2010 McKinsey Study 2010

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Magnitude of Problem 685 JJ Clusters * 4.20 Lakhs Jhuggies Household * About 21 Lakhs people are living in these JJ Clusters * Approx. Territory under infringement in JJ Clusters : 700 Ha * Requirement of Land Considering thickness of 500 D.U/Ha. : 840 Ha. * Funds Requirement @ Rs. 6.00 Lacs/unit : Rs. 25,000 crores Acquisition Cost of Land @ Rs.75 lacs/Acre (accepting 500 hect Insitu ) : : Rs. 650 crores

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Status of JNNURM Projects close by Allotment of Flats to qualified Jhuggie Dwellers till date : 85 Families at Bawana

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Government Intervention 46 groups recognized for movement (15000 Jhuggies ) Beneficiary distinguishing proof Cut off date changed from 2002 to 2007 40 % JJ inhabitants discovered qualified 60% populace might be in-qualified because of taking after reasons (??) -Seasonal relocation -Lack of Ration Card/Voter I-card -Frequent change of home -Change in Employment openings

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Creation of Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board The Delhi Govt. vide Delhi Gazette Notification dated 01.7.2010 has made the Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board under the Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board Act, 2010. Formation of Housing stock for the poor segments of the general public and for the execution of arrangements of Slum Areas (Improvement & Clearance) Act, 1956". Imagine for development of the living states of the ghetto occupants, including the JJ groups ( jhuggie jhopri basties ), keeping in mind the end goal to make Delhi a \'Ghetto Free City\'.

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DUSIB Act Removal and resettlement of JJ bunches : according to Section 10 of DUSIB Act, the Board might have the ability to set up a plan for the evacuation of any jhuggi jhopri basti and for resettlement of the occupants Improvement of Jhuggie Basti : according to Section 11, t he Board may set up a plan for the change of any jhuggi jhopri basti which may incorporate arrangement of toilets and washing offices, change of waste, arrangement of water supply , road clearing, and arrangement of dustbins, or locales for refuse accumulation, road lighting, or any of them , or arrangement of any like offices.

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DUSIB Act Redevelopment of Jhuggie Jhopri Basti : according to Section 12, the Board may, with the assent of the proprietor of the arrive on which the jhuggi jhopri basti is arranged, work out plans for aggregate group restoration, movement or insitu upgradation and include private part/ghetto cooperatives for redevelopment of the basti with a view to realizing natural change and change in the living states of the inhabitants offices. Group Participation: according to Section 13 of the Act, the Board may constitute a Basti Vikas Samiti for any jhuggi jhopri basti to help and prompt the Board on all matters identifying with the exercises of the Board in regard of such basti or bastis .

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Action Plan for Slum Free City Planning Setting up of State and city level Technical Cells Conduct of ghetto reviews in the city for web empowered ghetto MIS Entry of Slum study information into ghetto MIS Development of city based guide and ghetto maps utilizing GIS Preparation of ghetto redevelopment/recovery arranges; zonal arrangements and city level Slum Free arrangement of Action

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Rajiv Awas Yojna Challenges Ahead Benchmark for giving offices to Slums Scarcity of Planned Land Financing Pattern Multiplicity of Authorities

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Rajiv Awas Yojna Challenges Ahead Need for production of Authority for Single Window leeway of Projects for their speedier usage Public Private Participation Community Participation

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Important Landmarks Existing Bus stops IMPORTANT LANDUSES & LANDMARKS Existing Schools Road Networks Existing doctor\'s facilities JAIPUR GOLDEN HOSPITAL SANJAY GANDHI MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Nangloi Drain Budha Vihar Marg Dr. K.B. Hegdewa Marg 500m Walking Radius Existing Planned region 850 m to Industrial Area Phase - I MANGOLPURI 650m to Industrial territory Phase - II Mangolpuri Industrial Area Phase – II Mangolpuri Industrial Area Phase - II Outer Ring Road 2.0km to Peera Garhi metro Station Railway Line Udyog Nagar SLUM REDEVELOPMENT FOR MANGOLPURI F & G BLOCK Source : Google Earth , DSSDI

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Street arrange around the site BLOCK G 30 m Road Other\'s Property 18 m Road 7m Road Arterial street Collector Roads BLOCK F Existing person on foot Network

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Govt. Part and Challenges: NOC from Land Owning Agency required to permit the general population to remain on the land. In this manner, Land residency might be given to individuals on a leasehold premise, at the pervasive cost. Individuals may pay for the land cost through group investment funds or long haul advances.

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Govt. Part and Challenges: Govt. to empower Finance through NGOs and miniaturized scale back establishments as no Banks are approaching for giving advances Govt. to work intimately with nearby NGOs to encourage and empower the arrangement of neighborhood CBOs for future maintainability, feeling of possession and having a place. Govt. to give fundamental administrations, foundation and social civilities. However much as could be expected, all foundation ought to include interest from the nearby group in development and support.

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