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Title: Smart Homes


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BUILDING SMART HOMES SMART CITY IN DELHI
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What is a SMART CITY?
  • Definition of Smart City by Boyd Cohen
  • Smart cities use information and communication
    technologies (ICT) to be more intelligent and
    efficient in the use of resources, resulting in
    cost and energy savings, improved service
    delivery and quality of life, and reduced
    environmental footprint--all supporting
    innovation and the low-carbon economy.
  • Origin of Smart city
  • The concept of smart cities originated at the
    time when the entire world was facing one of the
    worst economic crises. In 2008, IBM began work on
    a 'smarter cities' concept as part of its Smarter
    Planet initiative. By the beginning of 2009, the
    concept had captivated the imagination of various
    nations across the globe.
  • Initiative of European cities for being Smart
  • European cities tend to be denser and have
    better public transit.
  • Larger commitment to cycling and walking.
  • A stronger focus on sustainability and low-carbon
    solutions.

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SMART CITIES Includes
  • Smart Living
  • Smart Building Home
  • Smart Transportation
  • Smart Energy (Renewable generation storage)
  • Smart Water Management
  • Smart Waste Management(Recycling of waste,
    residual management, Recovery of waste organics
    Energy)
  • Smart Education(e-Education)
  • Smart Governance(e-governance)
  • Smart Medical Facility(e-Medical)
  • Smart Communications
  • Smart Networks
  • Environmental Awareness (i.e. changing weather
    conditions human defined changes)

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How a SMART CITY Looks Like
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Need of SMART CITIES in INDIA
  • For better health facilities 600,000 doctors and
    1 million nurses.
  • For effective education 1.2 million teachers in
    government schools.
  • Smart parking solution to reduce 30 of urban
    traffic and annual fuel wastage by 10billion
    respectively.
  • Smart building to reduce 40 of energy
    consumption.
  • Internet services infrastructure to meet six fold
    internet traffic in future.
  • Mobile communication services for 843.3 million
    users.
  • --1.1 billion Mobile connected
    devices.
  • --1.8 billion Networked devices.
  • Remotely accessible services for healthcare,
    retail or banking services, citizen services etc.
  • Connected learning for cities, educational
    institutions and companies to improve student
    outcomes, increase efficiency, enhance safety and
    security, and expand research capabilities.
  • Smart Work Spaces in order to enable employees to
    collaborate together anywhere, anytime instantly.

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Sectors Coming Together
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INDIA to have 100 SMART CITIES
India to have 100 Smart Cities across 21 States
in next 5 years. A total of Rs 98,000 crore has
been approved by the Cabinet for 100 smart cities
and rejuvenation of 500 others. The two schemes,
Rs 48,000 crore for Smart City Mission and Rs
50,000 crore for Atal Mission for Rejuvenation
and Urban Transformation, may merge at some point.
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SMART CITY ZONES OF DELHI
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MAKING DELHI A SMART CITY
  • Delhi is the Capital of the largest democracy and
    one of the fastest growing economies.
  • With an area of 1484 Sq. Km, Delhi is third
    largest city in the country and biggest
    commercial hub of Northern India
  • With a population of staggering 16 Million
    growing with a rate of 1.39 in 2011.
  • New policy initiatives are set to accelerate real
    estate development.
  • DDA plans to develop Delhi into a World Class
    Metropolis - SMART CITY leveraging Land Pooling
    Policy

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WHAT IS LAND POOLING POLICY?
  • NotIfied by MoUD (Ministry of Urban Development)
    (S.O. 2687 (E)) dated 05/09/2013
  • CONCEPT
  • Land parcels owned by individuals or group of
    owners is legally consolidated by transfer of
    ownership right to the designated Land Pooling
    Agency, which later transfers the ownership of
    the part of land back to the owners for
    undertaking of development for such areas
  • Ensures planned development of the Capital of
    India as world class Smart City
  • Makes landowner a partner in the development of
    city
  • Ensures optimum and efficient use of land
  • Offers fair and equitable return to the land
    owners
  • Incorporates efficient, smooth and fast mechanism
    to avoid delays
  • Conducive market for investment
  • Encourages private sector participation
  • Offers level playing field for co-operative and
    community participation
  • Sustainable Urban Growth
  • Affordable Housing
  • Effective and Efficient Transportation and
    Mobility
  • Efficient, sustainable and equitable land
    development through co-operative public
    participation.

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ROLE OF DDA / GOVERNMENT
  • Declaration of areas under land pooling and
    preparation of Layout Plans and Sector Plans
    based on the availability of physical
    infrastructure.
  • Superimposition of Revenue maps on the approved
    Zonal plans.
  • Time bound development of identified land with
    Master Plan Roads, provision of Physical
    Infrastructure such as Water Supply, Sewerage and
    Drainage, provision of Social Infrastructure and
    Traffic and Transportation Infrastructure
    including Metro Corridors.
  • DDA shall be responsible for external development
    in a time bound manner.
  • Acquisition of left out land pockets in a time
    bound manner shall only be taken up wherever the
    persons are not coming forward to participate in
    development through land pooling.
  • Go to http//smartcities.gov.in for the planning
    of Indian Government for smart cities

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L-ZONE THE JEWEL OF DELHI
  • Biggest Land Area in Allocated in Master
    Development Plan-2021
  • 22,000 Hectares of Land Will Inhabit 20 Lakh
    Citizens
  • Strategic Location 2nd Diplomatic Enclave barely
    2KM away
  • Adjacent to Golf Course
  • In close Proximity to International Football
    Stadium
  • 5 min. from Dwarka Sec-21 Metro Station
  • 2 min. from Urban Extension Road UER I II
  • 5 min. from upcoming Diplomatic Enclave
  • 5 min. from Dwarka-Gurgaon Expressway
  • 15 min. from forthcoming AIIMS-2
  • 10 min. from IGI Airport NH 8
  • 10 min. from IP University, NSIT NLU
  • 10 min. from IGI Airport

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LOCATION OF L ZONE SMART CITY
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MEDIA REPORTS OF SMART CITY
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