1 BARASAT MUNICIPALITY NORTH 24 PARGANAS Presentation to KMPC Technical Committee rd April 07 rd 3
2 contents of the presentation Background Barasat Municipality: An Overview Vision Key Goals Features The Process Component 1: Sub-component wise projects Component 2: Sub-component wise projects Component 3: Sub-component wise projects Financial plan
3 Background 74th Indian constitutional amendment. West Bengal Municipal Act, 1993 in the context of DDP BM inspired by Perspective Plan of Kolkata-Vision 2025 Boost for DDP with assistance from DFID Focus on decentralized and participatory Planning
4 Barasat Municipality: An Overview District Head Quarter of North 24 Parganas Year of establishment: 1869 Area: Sq. Km. No. of Wards: 30 Population: 2.32 lakhs(2001) Sex Ratio: 956 Literacy Rate: 85.6% No. of Slums: 159 Slum Population: 22.3% of total population Total quantity of water supply: 18 MLD % Coverage of HHs having water connection: 45 Road Length: 420 km(pucca:120 km;katcha:285 km Projected population ; 5.21 lakh in the year 2025 % of built up & non built up (74.31:25.69) year 2006 Net Population density ward wise ranges : (40 to 280)ppa Development pattern: concentric
5 Key Goals Provision for 24X7 Water Supply Integrated Sanitation Programme (elimination of Open Defecation) Shelter Upgradation for slum dwellers. Improved Drainage network, Road network and Solid Waste Management System Planned Development through zoning & regulations. Improved Health and Education for all Strengthening of Income Generation Programme Providing Quality Service to the citizens
6 Our Vision.. Our Municipality intends to achieve an comprehensive and sustainable development by implementing infrastructural,socioeconomic and environmental improvement plans with strong bottom up and participative approach.
7 DDP: Features Vision: Comprehensive,sustainable& realistic in nature. Participation from citizens and stakeholders have been ensured. Prioritized on the basis of needs of the urban poor & common people. Used specialized skills of experts. Realistic budget.
8 DDP Preparation: The Process DDP Launch and Sensitization Workshop Formulation of Municipal vision Covering steps of stages 1,2,3 as per guidelines Preparation of component wise proposals through Situational analysis Problem identification Appointments of external agencies for different base line survey works. Considering schemes proposed by Ward Committees and stakeholders Identification of gaps Technical analysis & project preparation Realistic fund allocation
9 Component 1 Infrastructure, Land Use and Environment Development Plan
10 Slum Infrastructure Improvement Plan: Features Total No. of Slums in Barasat Municipality: 159 Slum Population: 22.3% of total population Aims to Improve the quality of life through providing. Basic services to the urban poor Betterment of services like:water supply, Sanitation,Drainage system, Road network, Prioritization of slums follow QSS & revised QSS Plan Includes: Improvement in Maintenance of Assets,Capital Intensive projects and projects related with community participation Excluded group will be covered through the above projects.
11 Slum Infrastructure Improvement Plan:At a glance Project cost (INR in Lakhs) Name of slum Capital-intensive projects O&M Projects Madhya Baluria Purbasha Barendrapara Ramkrishna Pally Senpukur Total Project Cost:Rs / Major fund sources: KUSP, BSUP,ULB
12 Intra Municipal Infrastructure Development Plan capital investment projects There are 28 Drainage projects cost of Rs Lakh. There are 22 Solid Waste Management Projects of Rs Lakh. There are 68 Road projectsof Rs Lakh. There are 27 Water Supply projects of Rs Lakh. There are 15 Electric projects of Rs Lakh.
13 Continued There are 11 Sewerage and Sanitation projects of Rs Lakh. There are 9 Park & Playground projects of Rs. 204 Lakh. There are 20 Building projects of Rs Lakh. There are 10 Market projects of Rs Lakh. Thus the total amount of capital investment projects is Rs Lakh. Total Project Cost: Rs / The total amount reserved for O & M is Rs Lakh. Major fund sources:kusp,ulb
14 Trans Municipal Linkages Identified projects include: Treated drinking water supply scheme,60 MGD Water Treatment Plant at Garulia Reviving Drainage network for Municipality & neighboring municipal &non municipal area comprehensively. Improvement of Banikanta Khal by linking it with the existing lead channel to River Sunti. Construction of Barasat bypass starting at Doltala More to Santoshpur. Eastern Expressway from NH-34 to Taki Road
15 Continued Traffic signaling system improvement projects in major junction points. Setting up of new electric substations Barasat Nabapally area as agro-based industrial zone. Barasat station area redevelopment. preservation & conservation of heritage buildings. Traffic junction redesign at four major traffic junctions (Champadali, Colony, Haritala and Duckbanglow) Major source of fund :JNNURM,ULBs
16 Land Use Development Plan Identified projects are Making land available for new major drain alignment Making land available for a godown for agricultural products Making land available for bus terminus Development of central Hatipukur lake area Development of parking zones. Making land available for Indoor games complex in central location. Making land available & development of modern crematoria. Development as an amusement park & water sports complex in Makarsa-pukur location. Total Project Cost: R s Major fund sources:ulb,jnnurm
17 Environment Management Plan Identified projects are.. Promoting groundwater recharging through rain water harvesting. Arsenic &Iron removal & treatment plant for safe drinking water supply to the citizens in the municipal area. Setting up Specialized environment monitoring cell within the ULB. Recycling of waste water by setting up waste water treatment plant. Increase percentage of green coverage by scheduled forestation programme.
18 Continued Setting up central Slaughter house & treatment of Slaughter House disposals Projects of Bio-gas generation. Setting up of solar panels for street lighting Flood Relief shelter. Periodical Environmental awareness programme for citizens, especially those living in slums and squatter settlements for a clean and green municipality. Total Project cost:rs / Major fund sources:ulb,jnnurm
19 Component 2 Social and Livelihood Development Plan
20 Livelihoods and Poverty Management Plan Vocational Training for enhancement of Skills for building center related activities Promotion of Self Help Groups (SHG- 400 Nos), DWCUA (50 Nos) and handholding support to women Rickshaw Bank Creation of Help Desk for convergence of all existing government Sponsored Programme through BSKP cell Sewing Machine bank Total Project Cost :Rs /- Major fund sources:kusp,ulb
21 Local Economic Development Plan Identified projects are: Provision of market space for daily vendors, shop owners, establishment of warehouse. Setting up production oriented service Centre- Bag Mfg, Bamboo products and Basket Mfg, Shola Pith work, Soft toys, Plates made of Shal leaf, Thermocol, jute & fibre based items. Food Related- Canteen, Cooked Food- Home delivery, Food processing, Masala Grinding etc. Development of charak Mela ground as handicraft centre Development of basic infrastructure of fish market in Barasat Champadali-more Promoting development of Balaposh manufactures group. Total Project Cost :Rs / Major fund sources :KUSP,ULB
22 Health Care Service Delivery Improvement Plan Identified projects are.. Construction of Maternity centres. Construction of Esopd Project for eye care centre development Setting up Regional diagnostic centre Mobile clinic Ward medical dispensary unit. Total Project Cost:Rs /- Major fund sources :KUSP,ULB
23 Primary Education Improvement Plan Provision of Teaching Aids and Furniture procurement. IEC on Safety Measures, Health Education, Quality of education, vocation training opportunity, Entrepreneurship ability etc. New School building 7 SSK + 15 Pvt Schools Construction / completion of additional Class rooms Provision of Girls Toilet and Urinal in adequate number in all school buildings. Total Project Cost:Rs /- Major fund sources : KUSP,ULB
24 Municipal Institutional Strengthening Component 3
25 Organizational Development Plan Development of detailed Role manual & Performance appraisal system of HODs, Councilors & various committees Purchase of Computers and hand holding Computer Training Develop and implement training programmed Resource mobilization cell integrated with collection monitoring cell Introduction of Financial Manual Ward Office strengthening Human Resource Cell Total Project Cost: Rs /- Major fund sources :KUSP,ULB
26 Identification of New OD Proposal (Version II) 1.Introduction of Planning cell,i.t cell, Environment monitoring cell. 2.Decentralised administration through ward level ward committees. 3.Introduction of Citizen grievance redressal cell.
27 Process and Systems Improvement Plan Decentralized Approach to Service Delivery Implement Computerization Programme & LAN connectivity Introduce Information Systems to improve access to information Introduction of Internal Management Audit and system audit in all departments in once in quarterly Total Project Cost: Rs /- Major fund sources:kusp,ulb
28 Citizens Interface Plan Introduction of website Setting up of Grievance redress Cells at every Ward office Awareness creation among all citizens Total Project Cost:Rs /- Major fund sources:ulb,kusp
29 Financial Plan incorporating a series of initiatives mentioned below: Revenue Enhancement Initiatives Expenditure Management Initiatives Asset Management Initiatives
30 COMPONENT WISE EXPENDITURE PLAN Component Capital Expenditure Revenue Expenditure Revenue Receipts Capital Receipts Component 1: Infrastructure, Land Use & Environment Development Projects with tied fund Projects with Un-tied fund Sub Total COM Component 2: Social & Livelihood Development Projects with tied fund Projects with Un-tied fund Sub Total Component 3: Municipal Institutional Strengthening Projects with tied fund Projects with Un-tied fund Sub Total Grand Total Projects with tied fund Projects with Un-tied fund
31 The key financial performance indicators during the last five years have been as under: Key Performance Range of Share (%) of Total Income / expense Wt. Avg. (%) CAGR (%) Overall Trend Property Tax Collection Marginally Increase Total Tax Revenue Increasing Rental Income from Municipal Properties Increasing Fees and User Charges Collection Increasing Revenue Grants, Contributions and Subsidies Collection Increasing Assigned Revenues and Compensations Increasing Establishment Expenses Marginally Decreasing O & M Expenses Increasing Administrative Expenses Increasing
32 Particulars Year Year Year Year Year Overall Trend Cash Surplus Generation Income per Employee (Rs.) Increasing Expenditure per Employee (Rs.) Increasing Income per Citizen (Rs.) Increasing Expenditure per Citizen (Rs.) Increasing Property Tax Holdings (No.) Increasing Water Connections (No) Increasing Per Capita Water Supply (ltrs /day) Increasing Upgraded Roads (Km) Increasing Street Lighting (Nos) Increasing Solid Waste Collection (No of Houses) Increasing
33 Projected Revenue and Capital Receipts of BARASAT MUNICIPALITY for the year to Revenue Receipts Capital Receipts
34 FINANCIAL PLAN VERSION II Sl. No. Component Capital Expenditure Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year Component 1: Infrastructure, Land Use and Environment Development Projects with Tied Funds Projects without Tied Funds Sub Total Component 2: Social and Livelihood Development Projects with Tied Funds Projects without Tied Funds Sub Total Component 3: Municipal Institutional Strengthening Projects with Tied Funds Projects without Tied Funds Sub Total Grand Total Projects with Tied Funds Projects without Tied Funds
35 Details of Proposals requiring Revenue Expenditure Sl. No. Component Revenue Expenditure Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year Component 1: Infrastructure, Land Use and Environment Development Projects with Tied Funds Projects without Tied Funds Sub Total Component 2: Social and Livelihood Development Projects with Tied Funds Projects without Tied Funds Sub Total Component 3: Municipal Institutional Strengthening Projects with Tied Funds Projects without Tied Funds Sub Total Grand Total Projects with Tied Funds Projects without Tied Funds
36 Details of Proposals requiring Revenue Expenditure Sl. No. Component Revenue Expenditure Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year Component 1: Infrastructure, Land Use and Environment Development Projects with Tied Funds Projects without Tied Funds Sub Total Component 2: Social and Livelihood Development Projects with Tied Funds Projects without Tied Funds Sub Total Component 3: Municipal Institutional Strengthening Projects with Tied Funds Projects without Tied Funds Sub Total Grand Total Projects with Tied Funds Projects without Tied Funds
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