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SMART CITY PLAN &

PROPOSAL

SMART CITY MISSION :


MISSION TRANSFORM-NATION
DHARAMSHALA
Smart City Features
SMART CITY FEATURES
1) Citizen Participation 7. Compactness

2) Identity & Culture 8. Open Spaces

3) Economy & Employment 9. Housing & Inclusiveness

4)Education 10. Transportation & Mobility

11. Walkability
5) Health
12. IT Connectivity
6)Mixed Use
SMART CITY FEATURES
13. Intelligent Government 19. Air Quality
Services 20. Energy Efficiency
14. Energy Supply
21. Underground Electric
15. Energy Source Wiring
16. Water Supply
22. Sanitation
17. Waste Water MGT
23. Waste Management
18. Water Quality
24. Safety
Smart City Plan & Proposal (SCP)
For Evaluating Smart City Plan and Proposal in Stage-2 competition, the
following details are required.

 City Profile  Area-based Proposal

 Citizen Engagement  Implementation


framework
 Vision & Goals
 Financing Plan
 Strategic Plan
 Benefits and Impacts
 Pan-City Proposal
 Process and
Teamwork.
CITY PROFILE
SCP – City Profile – Baseline Information
TABLE 1
Score
S.No. Criteria Total Score
Obtained
Increase over Census 2011 or Swachh Bharat baseline on number of household sanitary latrines
1 10 5
(whichever is less)
2 Making operable Online Grievance Redressal System with response being sent back to complainant 5 5
3 At-least first monthly e-newsletter published 5 5
Electronically place project-wise municipal budget expenditure information for the last two financial
4 5 5
years on the website
5 Levy of compensatory penalty for delays in service delivery 5 0
6 Collection of internally generated revenue (e.g. taxes, fees, charges) during the last three FYs (2012-15) 10 10
7 Payment of salaries by ULB up-to last month 5 5
8 Audit of accounts for FY 12-13 5 5
Percentage contribution of tax revenue, fees and user charges, rents and other internal revenue
9 10 7.5
sources
10 Percentage of establishment and maintenance cost of water supply 10 10
Percentage contribution of internal revenue sources (selfgenerated) used for capital works during FY
11 10 10
2014-15
12 Percentage of City-level JnNURM Reforms achieved 10 10
13 Percentage of completion of Projects sanctioned upto March, 2012 under JnNURM 10 10

Total 100 87.5


SCP – City Profile – Key Performance
Indicators (KPI)
The Key Performance Indicators are significant for measuring the ULB’s
capacity to meet expectations of the Citizens. (Implementations in the last
three years)
1.Operational Efficiency
 Average time taken to give building plan approvals
 Increase in Property tax assessments and collections (GIS BASED SURVEY)
 Scheduled Outages in a month (Pre Planned interruptions in Electricity Supply,
for periodic maintenance)
 Unscheduled Outages in a month
 Reduction in NRW (Non Revenue Water) and AT&C (Aggregate Technical &
Commercial) / T&D (Transmission & Distribution) losses
 Increase in percentage of population covered by grid based power
 Water & Sewerage user charges collected as a percentage of current annual
demand
 Property tax collection as a percentage of annual demand
 Cost management interventions like location of tracking of vehicles, ambient
light sensors etc.
SCP – City Profile – Key Performance
Indicators (KPI)
2. Traffic Situation
a) Average Traffic Speeds

b) Average commute times and distances for different


groups

c) Availability of Pedestrian facilities (Padestrianisation)

d) Availability of Public Transport

e) Congestion intensity on arterial city roads


SCP – City Profile – Key Performance
Indicators (KPI)
3. Administrative Efficiency improvement (use of ICT)

a) Overall attendance of Functionaries


b) Two-way communications between citizens and
administration
c) Use of e-Gov to enable hassle free access to statutory
documents
d) Dashboards that integrate analytics and visualization of
data
e) Availability of basic information relevant to citizens
SCP – City Profile – Key Performance
Indicators (KPI)
4. Availability of Affordable Housing (construction of new units
for the EWS / Redevelopment of Slums)
SCP – City Profile – Key Performance
Indicators (KPI)
Process to Follow:

1. Desk review of all information and data harnessed from the Town
& Country planning directory prepared by the Census of India and
National Sample Survey Organizations, data from Other surveys
and data collected by various departments and agencies.

2. Review the previous and current development plans (City level and
Site Specific) and studies conducted for the preparation of CDP,
CSP, CMP and Master Plan.
MAPPING
SCP – City Profile – Mapping

 Base Map with all relevant systems and networks as they exist
today.
 Base Map showing physical, administrative and other
characteristics (Natural features, Heritage areas, Areas prone
to Flooding, Slums etc.,)
 Base plan shows the context in location of the city, within a
radius about 25 km, from the centre of the city.
 It should contain spatial and physical layout / Morphology,
Street Network, Open & green spaces, Geographical features
and land marks and infrastructure (incl. Transportation, Water
Supply, Sewerage, Electricity Distribution)
SCP – City Profile – City level Self
Assessment
 Based on Smart City Features, and Self
Assessment form, the City may choose their
needs in smart city.
 The selection of smart city will not be judged
on current performance, but rather on
demonstration of a thorough understanding
of the existing conditions in the city and a
proposal that responds to those conditions in
optimum time period.
SCP-CITY PROFILE
BASELINE INFORMATION
KEY PERFORMANCE
INDICATORS
MAPPING THE CITY
CITY-LEVEL SELF
ASSESSMENT
CITIZEN
ENGAGEMENT
SCP – CITIZEN ENGAGEMENT

 After the preparation of the City Profile for


developing proposal for Smart City, the Citizen
Engagement is compulsory at multiple levels.
 It provides the opportunity to co-create
the smart city by identifying creative and
innovative solutions to common urban
challenges.
SCP – Citizen Engagement
Process to Follow:
Three stages of Citizen Engagement in SCP
1) To establish a city Vision, goal and strategy to achieve objectives
2) To get feedback on ideas for pan-city solutions and area-based
developments.
3) To inform citizen about plans for pan-city solutions and area-based
developments.

Examples of Citizen Engagement Methods,


 Face to Face consultations
 Written Submissions
 Print, Radio & TV
 Online Crowd Sourcing and Polling
 Mobile Polling
SCP-OUR STRATEGY FOR CITIZEN
ENGAGEMENT
Examples of Citizen  THREE WORKSHOPS FOR
Engagement Methods, TOWN LEADERS
 TWO WORKSHOPS AT WARD
 Face to Face LEVEL
consultations  SMART CITY PORTAL, ud-hp.in
 Written Submissions  PRINT, RADIO & TV
 Print, Radio & TV  PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT IN
 Online Crowd Sourcing EACH WARD EITHER WEEKLY,
and Polling FORTNIGHTLY OR MONTHLY
 ONLINE/MOBILE POLLING
 Mobile Polling
VISION & GOALS
SCP – Vision & Goals
Vision :
 The City Vision captures, WHAT YOUR CITY CAN BE IN THE
FUTURE, within a ten to twenty year time-frame.
 The Vision Statement inspire from City’s residents and can
even become the branding for Smart City.
Goals:
 The Self-Assessment form is used to define the goals for pan-
city and area-based development.
 During Citizen Engagement process, the goals for the smart city
to define, like where the city wants to be in 5,10 or 20 years.
SCP – Vision
10. Overarching Vision Statement from the Consultations

11. Vision Statement relate to the City’s Profile and the Unique
Challenges and Opportunities present in the City

12. Vision Statement relate with City’s Economic, Social,


Environmental and Spatial Components

13. How the Vision Statement summarises the impact on key


aspects – Main economic activity, Sustainability and Inclusiveness.
SCP –Goals
14. Assess the Qualitative and Quantifiable
outcomes need to achieved for each of Smart
City Features

15. Conversion of Quantifiable Outcomes into


goals for Smart City Vision
STRATEGIC PLAN
SCP – Strategic Plan
Essential Elements in the area based
developments
 Assured Electricity Supply with at least 10% of
requirement from Solar / Renewable Sources
 Adequate Water supply including Waste water
recycling & Storm water reuse.
 Sanitation including Solid Waste Management
 Rainwater Harvesting
 Smart Metering
 Robust IT Connectivity and Digitalization
SCP – Strategic Plan
Essential Elements in the area based developments
 Pedestrian Friendly pathways
 Encouragement to Non Motorized Transport (e.g.
Walking, Cycling)
 Intelligent Traffic Management
 Smart Parking
 Energy Efficient Street Lighting
 Innovative use of open spaces
 Visible improvement in the area (Use of Underground
Ducts)
 Ensuring safety of citizens especially children, women
and elderly.
SCP – STRATEGIC PLAN
16. Pan-City project / Solution and the exemplary projects –
redevelopment, refurbishment, Greenfield – that can assist to achieve
the stated goals.
17. Partnerships or Collaborations required to achieve the goals
18. Proposal & approach to initiate discussions with potential partners,
to support projects.
19. Resources and arrangements required to achieve the goals
20. Relationship between the goals, objectives and activities along
with targets and Indicators.
SCP – STRATEGIC PLAN
21. Approach and Methodology for pan-city Proposal
and the area based developments, based on City
Profile, Citizen Opinion, Elected Representatives
Opinion.

22. Reason for Choosing the approach (Retrofitting /


Redevelopment / Greenfield or a combination), the best
approach for city with areas.
CSP – STRATEGIC PLAN

23. Management of de facto status of the land / property


ownership, Environment status, Gaps in Infrastructure
and services and so on.
24. Linkages of Pan-city proposal and Area based
developments identification & approach with Urban
Missions and Initiatives of the Government of India, such as
AMRUT, HRIDAY, Shelter for All, Digital India, Make in India
and Skill India.
PAN CITY PROPOSAL
SCP – Pan-City Proposal

25. SUMMARISE the Ideas for Pan-city Proposal

26. Pan-City Proposal relate with Smart City Vision and goals

27. Socially Inclusiveness in Pan-City Proposal

28. Specific goals in Pan-City Proposal, Solutions for Factors


create problems.

29. Previously attempted solution for problems


SCP – Pan-City Proposal
30. Solutions worked in another city / Best
Practices
31. Key Components in Pan-city proposal
32. Risks that could prevent the success of the pan-
city proposal
33. Most significant factors for ensuring the
success of the pan-city proposal.
AREA BASED PROPOSAL
SCP – Area based Proposal

34. Ideas for Area based Proposal

35. Most important aspects of the Smart city


features described in annex 2. to realize in the
selected area.

36. Ideas for Area based proposal relation to the


vision and goals for the Smart City
SCP – Area based Proposal
37. Socially Inclusive in Area based proposal
38. Graphical representation (Maps,
Diagrams, Pictures etc.,) of the Proposed
Area-based developments, including project
boundaries, connectivity, significant
relationships etc.,
SCP – Area based Proposal

39. Key components of Area based development proposal (eg.


Buildings, Landscaping, on-site Infrastructure etc.,)

40. List of ‘smart 'characteristics of the proposed development


which, incorporate with Essential Elements in the Strategic Plan
and the Smart City Features. And relation with urban form (eg.
Mixed-use, open spaces, walkability)
SCP – Area based Proposal
41. Risks that could prevent the success of the Area
based proposal

42.. Most significant factors such as resident’s


support, land availability, planning regulation,
financial investment, design quality, disaster resilience
etc., for ensuring the success of the Area based
proposal.
IMPLEMENTATION
FRAMEWORK
SCP – Implementation Framework

43. Critical Milestones, Realistic Timelines and Sequencing of


efforts and events that projecting short and long term scenarios
for Smart City.

44. Proposes SPV in Smart City, with details of its composition


and Structure, Leadership and Governance, and holding pattern.

45. List of Government departments, Parastatal Organizations


and Public agencies with the time-bound execution of identified
project components in Area based proposal.
46. List of all the Private Companies / Corporations /
Organizations engaged with execution and Operations &
Maintenance of the various projects envisaged in SCP, along with
their roles and responsibilities.

47. Convergence of other Government schemes

48. Institutional Linkages and Civil Society Partnerships which


required for implementation of the Pan-city and area based
proposals.
FINANCING PLAN
SCP – Financing Plan

49. Estimated budget for Pan-city Proposal & it’s Financing


Structure.
50. Estimated budget for Area based Proposal & it’s Financing
Structure.
51. Plan for Covering the Operation & Maintenance costs for
each project components identified in Pan-city & Area based
Proposal.
52. Financial Assumptions (Any Alternatives or Fall back plans)
BENEFITS & IMPACTS
SCP – Benefits & Impacts

53. Measurable impact Of


Pan-city proposal
 Governance impact

 Spatial Impact

 Economic Impact

 Social impact

 Environmental Impact
SCP – Benefits & Impacts
54. Success of Pan-city & Area based Proposals & its impact to public be able
to ‘see’ or ‘feel 'benefits
 Immediately, within Year 1

 In 3-5 Years

55. Measurable impact of Area based proposal


 Governance impact

 Spatial Impact

 Economic Impact

 Social impact

 Environmental Impact
SCP – Benefits & Impacts

56. Impacts secured through the


application of Essential components
and Smart City Features.
PROCESS & TEAMWORK
SCP – Process & Teamwork

57. Organogram shows the relationship


between members to create Smart City
Proposal.

58. Process followed in Smart City Proposal.