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SUBMITTED BY:- NAME : MANBIR SINGH ROLL NO. SPA2012325 SPP-205 : PLANNING STUDIO III (SITE PLANNING-I) NEIGHBOURHOOD PLANNING B. TECH (URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING) (SEMESTER III) (SESSION 2014-2015) GURU RAMDAS SCHOOL OF PLANNING GURU NANAK DEV UNIVERSITY, AMRITSAR SUBMITTED TO : Dr. ASHWANI LUTHRA Mrs. GURSHARAN KAUR Mr. HARDEEP SINGH SEKHON

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SPP 205: PLANNING STUDIO-III (SITE PLANNING-I) NEIGHBOURHOOD PLANNING SUBMITTED BY:- NAME: MANBIR SINGH G.R.D. SCHOOL OF PLANNING, G.N.D.U., AMRITSAR B.TECH.(U.R.P.), 3 rd SEMESTER SESSION:-2014-2015 INTRODUCTION SCOPE OF THE EXERCISE : Planning for residential propose assuming population density , population composition, building bye laws, zoning regulation , dwelling unit ratio etc. To prepare the layout plan, circulation plan, utility plan, and landscape plan. INTRODUCTION TO EXERCISE Under the exercise SPP-205 Planning Studio-III _ Site Planning-I (Neighborhood planning) the class B.Tech (U.R.P) semester-3 of 38 students have to do a exercise on planning of a neighborhood. The purpose of this exercise is to developing a practical knowledge and theoretical knowledge & skills about designing a planned residential areas or neighbourhood. Jalandhar falls within Doaba region of the state. The city is located at the distance of about 160 kms South-East of Chandigarh , “The capital of Punjab”. River Beas flows at a distance of about 35 kms to the North of city. Jalandhar is third largest city of Punjab State after Amritsar and Ludhiana having population (including Jalandhar Cantt .) of 7,54,608 persons as per 2001 Census. Jalandhar is situated at North Latitude of 30° 19' and east Longitude of 75° 36' 48" with the General elevation of 780 m. A broad gauge railway line connecting Amritsar on one side and Delhi on the other sides makes the city easily accessible and is considered as the backbone of the state . - Jalandhar Master Plan_ 2011 INTRODUCTION TO CITY INTRODUCTION TO SITE I have selected a site with Area as 123 acres, much of the area of our site is dominated by agricultural land, but according to the master plan it is proposed to be residential. The site is accessible by National Highway 3 which is a plus point for the easy movement to the people residing there. It is located in north east direction with respect to core of Jalandhar city. Geographically the site is located at latitude of 31° 20’ E and longitude of 75° 38’ N. AIM OF THE EXERCISE :- To create a self- sefficient unit which in turn helps in promoting the participation of residents in the community activities and will cater the needs of the residents within Sheet No. 1 OBJECTIVES – Self-Sufficient - To plan and design a neighbourhood unit which is self-sufficient with respect to daily needs and requirements of people like convenience shopping, education, health centre recreation etc. Safety - To provide safety in terms of an efficient circulation system. Accessibility - Convenience with respect to minimum walking distance from the residential areas to various facilities like shops, schools etc. Social Interaction- To provide cohesive environment among the people of different income groups. Fig1: Map of Punjab Fig:2 Map of Jalandhar Fig:3 Site PRINCIPLES OF NEIGHBORHOOD Centrality : In this the highly functional areas like commercial, public offices etc. are to be centrally located in the neighborhood unit so that it can be easily accessible to the residents . Uniformity: The neighborhood should follow the principle of uniformity i.e. Uniformity in terms of distribution of various income groups like HIG, MIG, LIG and EWS in each cluster. Introvert : The planning should be done by keeping concept of introvert planning in the mind. Balance & Harmony : The neighborhood unit should be in harmony with the nature. The land uses must be compatible & in conformity with the norms and standards ELEMENTS OF NEIGHBORHOOD Size :- neighbourhood unit shall have adequate area & population to support the neighbourhood infrastructure optimally. Shape :- The shape of neighbourhood should be such that the remotest corner of the unit shall be easily accessible from any remote corner of unit . Access :- It means how conveniently a person can reach the site from the major landmarks of a city. It includes the mode and its frequency to access the site . Boundary :- A neighbourhood unit shall have well defined physical boundary .

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SPP 205: PLANNING STUDIO-III (SITE PLANNING-I) NEIGHBOURHOOD PLANNING SUBMITTED BY:- NAME: MANBIR SINGH G.R.D. SCHOOL OF PLANNING, G.N.D.U., AMRITSAR B.TECH.(U.R.P.), 3 rd SEMESTER SESSION:-2014-2015 SITE : A well-defined parcel of land or area intended or suitable for development and building construction purposes. -S.k.Kulshrestha, Dictionary Of Urban and Regional Planning, page – 195 THEORITICAL FRAMEWORK SITE PLANNING : It is the process of arranging buildings, open spaces, roads, pedestrian pathways facilities & services w.r.t. to physical features of site, land use requirements, planning & design principles, landscape considerations, and subdivision regulations. - - S.k.Kulshrestha, Dictionary Of Urban and Regional Planning, page – 195 DERIVED DEFINITION : Site is a chunk of land enclosed by definite boundaries ready for spatial development. NEIGHBOURHOOD : A residential planning unit in a city comprising housing-clusters that can support all necessary facilities and services to serve a population of 3,000 to 6,000 persons. -S.k.Kulshrestha, Dictionary Of Urban and Regional Planning, page - 140 NEIGHBOURHOOD PLANNING : It is an attempt to form various physical units of residential area in which people belonging to the particular rank of life settle or stay. -Arnold Whittick, Encyclopaedia of Urban Planning, page – 237 DERIVED DEFINITION : Neighbourhood is a self sufficient entity able to satisfy all the necessary needs of the residents as easy as possible. Sheet No. 2 METHODOLOGY INTRODUCTION Meaning of - Site Site planning Neighbourhood Need of planning residential areas Aims Objectives - Self sufficient - Easy accessibility - Smooth Circulation - Aesthetic pleasing - Social interaction THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK - Definitions and concepts - Components - Norms and standards - General planning consideration DATA IDENTIFICATION Site location and surroundings On site features Physiographic features SITE SELECTION and ANALYSIS PROBLEMS , POTENTIALS AND CONSTRAINTS REQUIREMENTS CONCEPTUAL PLAN DRAFT PROPOSALS Layout, circulation, water supply, sewerage, landscape COMPONENTS RESIDENTIAL: HIG MIG PLOTS/FLATS LIG COMMERCIAL: LOCAL SHOPPING CENTRE CONVENIENT SHOPS INFORMAL SHOPS ROAD NETWORK: PERIPHERAL ROAD INTERNAL ROAD INNER STREETS PARKING JUNCTION PARKS AND OPEN SPACES: NEIGHBOURHOOD PARK PLAYGROUND UTILITY NETWORK WATER SUPPLY SEWERAGE SYSTEM DRAINAGE SYSTEM ELECTRICITY LINES FACILITIES EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES HIGH/SECONDARY SCHOOL CRECHE HEALTH FACILITY DISPENSARY COMMUNITY BUILDING POLICE POST POST OFFICE LIBRARY

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SPP 205: PLANNING STUDIO-III (SITE PLANNING-I) NEIGHBOURHOOD PLANNING SUBMITTED BY:- NAME: MANBIR SINGH G.R.D. SCHOOL OF PLANNING, G.N.D.U., AMRITSAR B.TECH.(U.R.P.), 3 rd SEMESTER SESSION:-2014-2015 TERMINOLOGIES RESIDENTIAL Detached House- in this type of housing, buildings are individual and are independent of any other structure. No common wall is shared in two structures in this case (S.C.Rangawala). Semi Detached -utilizes a common wall between houses for economy. Has similar characteristics of detached house except it is usually located on a smaller lot. Separate and independent entrances are maintained. This type of dwelling is usually two storey high (S.C.Rangawala). Row Housing - a series of individual dwelling units located together in an unbroken line and having a load bearing common wall with the neighbours on either side (S.C.Rangawala). Back To Back Housing- kind of housing in which two row housing lines are joined from back. And side walls are shared with surrounding structures (S.C.Rangawala). Flat- a complete dwelling unit with independent entrance for one household within a group housing complex containing similar such unit ( S.K. Kulshrestha). COMMERCIAL Formal- Convenient Shops- shops selling convenience goods and located within walking distance (PUDA) . Informal- Like Rehri - rehri is a vendors to cater the daily need goods such as vegetable, fruits etc. At the door step of residents ROAD Accessibility: the ability of people to reach places and facilities including elderly and disabled people, those with young children and those caring luggage and shopping. (U.D.P.Glossary) Amenity : pleasant or advantageous feature enjoyed by a property or occupier which can be affected by certain development proposals. Development can improve it as well as harm it. (U.D.P.Glossary) Ca rriage way this is the metaled portion of the road where actually traffic flows. INSTITUTIONS- Primary School- an institution located in a building or a campus of several buildings, managed by public or private institution, for offering education and play facilities for children between 6-10 years age studying in i-v class(standard) (Dictionary Of Urban And Regional Planning). Secondary School- an institution located in a building or a campus of several buildings with or without hostel accommodation ,managed by public of private institution, for offering education and play facilities for children between 11 to 17 years age studying in vi-xii class(standard) (Dictionary Of Urban And Regional Planning). Religious Buildings- religious building means a building or part thereof where groups of people congregate or gather for religious purposes (Dictionary Of Urban And Regional Planning). Banks- a premises for performing the function of keeping, lending and exchanging money and other related financial operations (Dictionary Of Urban And Regional Planning ). ANOTHER Planning- A continuous, time oriented and cyclic process of identificaation and achievement of goals. Design- Conceptualisation of a thought and its planning, architectural or engineering details through plan, elevations, sections and other graphic presentation as required for its implementation. Covered area- It is the actual area under the roof. Built up area- Built up area is the carpet area+area covered by thickness of walls+balconies , etc. Floor space index (FSI): It is the area of the total floor space of the building on any particular site divided by the area of site. Floor area ration (FAR): The ratio of the gross floor area on all floors of building to the area of the plot on which it is located. Sheet No. 3

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SPP 205: PLANNING STUDIO-III (SITE PLANNING-I) NEIGHBOURHOOD PLANNING SUBMITTED BY:- NAME: MANBIR SINGH G.R.D. SCHOOL OF PLANNING, G.N.D.U., AMRITSAR B.TECH.(U.R.P.), 3 rd SEMESTER SESSION:-2014-2015 NAME POPULATION AREA (IN ACRE) FACILITIES/ SERVICES MERIT DEMERIT DENSITY PICTURE CLARENCE PERRY 5000-6000 160 shopping Centre, church, library, Elemtary school 10% area for recreation provided to achieve safe and healthy living environment Shopping districts 1o families per acre provided at junctions leading to congestion N.G. ENGELLHERDT 3000-4000 100 School,shopping center,play ground. School provided at walkable distance accumulation 1700 families per unit of various activities CLARENCE STEIN 7500-10000 80 Elementary school,shopping center/ To avoid conflict points X-junctions are avoided to maximum Commercial area Provided near school 20-25 families per unit Causes traffic conge- stion LE CARBUSIER 15000-20000 250 Elementary School, Playground, park, nursery school Healthy living environment is maintained by providing continuous green spaces. traffic congestion 120 persons per unit CONCEPTS Sheet No. 4

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SPP 205: PLANNING STUDIO-III (SITE PLANNING-I) NEIGHBOURHOOD PLANNING SUBMITTED BY:- NAME: MANBIR SINGH G.R.D. SCHOOL OF PLANNING, G.N.D.U., AMRITSAR B.TECH.(U.R.P.), 3 rd SEMESTER SESSION:-2014-2015 GENERAL PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS Sheet No. 5 RESIDENTIAL Residential area should be compatible with other land use Plots should be of same size in a row. Maximum openings should be towards totlots Back to back and row housing should be provided for less. Wasteage of land Front and rear setback to be provided for air and ventilation Totlots to be provided for reguler intervals Flats to be arranged along the culdesac pattrn Far should be maintained COMMERCIAL Shops should be provided as per requirements Convienient to be provided for easy convenience Poper parking should be provided with proper maneuvring space Sufficient coridoor spce to be provided for easy momements of consumers Commercial area should be easily accessible Circulation Hierarchy of road should be followed T junction should be provided to reduce conflicts No through traffic should be passed through the area Pedestrian traffic should be sagrigated from the vehicular traffic PUBLIC SEMIPUBLIC Primary school should not be along the access roas All the activitites like library, post office , maintainance office, etc should be provided in the centre to achieve self suuficiency Parking foe publicbuildings should be provided LANDSCAPING Spread of trees should be one third of the width of road Land scaping of incidental open spaces should be done. Ornamental trees to be planted along the access road Parks and openspaces Hierarchy of open spaces to be maintained Totlots should be provided uniformly Shape of totlots should be maintained Residential park should be located at the centre Size of the totlots should be sufficient UTILITIES WATER SUPPLY Hierarchy of pipes should be followed to ensure preesure of water Loop system should be followed for having continious supply of waret Ohr should be provided for equal distribution of water Water supply pipes should be laid above the sewer pipes SEWRAGE NETWORK Hierarchy of road should be follwed as trunk ,branch, and collector Sewerage treatment plant should be provided for primary treatment of sewerage collected Pipes should be laid as per natural slopes Manholes to be provided at each turning and junction.

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SPP 205: PLANNING STUDIO-III (SITE PLANNING-I) NEIGHBOURHOOD PLANNING SUBMITTED BY:- NAME: MANBIR SINGH G.R.D. SCHOOL OF PLANNING, G.N.D.U., AMRITSAR B.TECH.(U.R.P.), 3 rd SEMESTER SESSION:-2014-2015 NORMS & STANDARDS Road Minimum Width Peripheral road 30 mt + service lane 8mt Entry road 18 mt Shopping street 25 mt Major inner loops 18 mt Component Requirement Residential 135 lpcd Commercial 45 lpcd Institutional 45 lpcd Parks 1.4 l/sq mt /day Street washing 1.5 l/ sqmt / day Fire fighting 1% of total Water loss 15% of total Type Standard Size (area) Corridor Large shops 20 ft * 80ft (144 sq mt ) 3 mt Medium shops 16.5 ft*66 ft (100 sq mt ) 3 mt Small shops 10 ft * 30ft (28 sq mt ) 3 mt Booths 8.25 ft * 16.5 ft (11 sq mt ) 2.25 mt Mobile shop 6ft*8ft(4.46 sq mt ) Source: *PUDA Guidelines For Planning of Mega Residential Township Projects ** TCPO *** Municipal Council Building bye laws , 2004 ***** Ludhiana Master Plan (2007-2021) ****** Birdie, G.S. and J. S. Birdie, (2005), Water Supply and Sanitary Engineering COMMERCIAL Minimum Width of Roads* TRANSPORTATION AND UTILITIES Area of Shopping Centres **** S.NO. LANDUSE DEVELOPMENT (%) 1 Residential 47.75 A) EWS Housing 5 B) Other Housing 42.75 2 Commercial 4.75 3 Institutional 9.5 4 Parks And Open Spaces 5.7 5 Roads, Parking, Utilities, etc 32.3 S.no. Population School Type School Area ( hactre ) 1 2500 Creche 0.08 Nursery 2 5000 Primary 0.4 3 7500 Senior Secondary 1.6 INSTITUTION STANDARDS POPULATION AREA/UNIT (in hac *) EDUCATION a) primary school 5000 0.3 b) higher sec school 15000 1.6 c) creche 25000 0.05 d ) college 100000 4 HEALTH a) dispensary 15000 0.2 b) health centre 50000 0.6 c) poly clinic 100000 1 d) hospital 100000 3.7 COMMUNITY BUILDINGS a) community center 30000 0.6 b) religious site 15000 0.1 c) police Post 30000 0.2 d) police station 100000 0.8 e) Sub post office 25000 0.008 f) telephone exchange 100000 0.8 ELECTRIC SUB STATION 15000 0.2 BANK 15000 0.06 STP 8000 0.4 Total area(EWS) % DEVELOPABLE AREA(%) 5 1.5 S.no. Population School Type School Area ( hactre ) 1 2500 Creche 0.08 Nursery 2 5000 Primary 0.4 3 7500 Senior Secondary 1.6 Type of Shops Minimum no. of Shops Formal Informal General Retail 16 8 Service & Repair 5 3 Fruits & Vegetables 3 2 SEWAGE PIPE Types of shopes Sectors Formal shops 55 Informal shops 22 S.No . Institutions Liters per head per day 1 Hospital(including laundry) a) Beds > 100 450 (per bed) b) Beds <100 or =100 340 (per bed) 2 Hotels 180 (per bed) 3 Hostels 135 4 Restaurents 70 (per seat) 5 Offices 45 Type size Main sewer 1 m Branch sewer 0.5m Lateral sewer 0.25 m Sheet No. 6

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SPP 205: PLANNING STUDIO-III (SITE PLANNING-I) NEIGHBOURHOOD PLANNING SUBMITTED BY:- NAME: MANBIR SINGH G.R.D. SCHOOL OF PLANNING, G.N.D.U., AMRITSAR B.TECH.(U.R.P.), 3 rd SEMESTER SESSION:-2014-2015 SITE INVESTIGATION AND PHYSIOGRAPHIC FEATURES Sheet No. 7 INTRODUCTION TO SITE I have selected a site with Area as 123 acres, much of the area of our site is dominated by agricultural land, but according to the master plan it is proposed to be residential. The site is accessible by National Highway 3 which is a plus point for the easy movement to the people residing there. It is located in north east direction with respect to core of Jalandhar city. Geographically the site is located at latitude of 31° 20’ E and longitude of 75° 38’ N. LOCATION Latitude 31 degree 20’ E Longitude 75 degree 38’ N Elevation above mean sea level 238m With respect to city Site is situated in NE direction with respect to the core of the city. SOIL WATER TABLE CLIMATE Type Tropical brown soil Depth above mean sea level 205 m to 240 m Type Tropical and dry sub humid HUMIDITY South west monsoon months High Summer season MIN ( relative humidity is 30%) WIND SEASON DIRECTION 1. South- west monsoon season North-east and south- east 2. Extreme summer West to north- west 3. Later summers East to south- east IMPLICATION Maximum temperature is 39ºC while Minimum is 6.9ºC so planning considerations for Tropical Dry climate should be taken. Provision of green areas and fountains should be done to reduce the effect of extreme temperature.. IMPLICATION As depth of water table is 205 to 240 m above the mean sea level so pumping system used should be such that it can pump water from such depth. Soil found is Tropical brown soil with a bearing capacity of 1018kg/cm so maximum permissible height is G+5. Soil found is fertile in nature hence it can support maximum type of plantation. IMPLICATION Due to high average humidity blocks should be placed far from each other rather than having a compact composition to reduce the effect of humidity.

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SPP 205: PLANNING STUDIO-III (SITE PLANNING-I) NEIGHBOURHOOD PLANNING SUBMITTED BY:- NAME: MANBIR SINGH G.R.D. SCHOOL OF PLANNING, G.N.D.U., AMRITSAR B.TECH.(U.R.P.), 3 rd SEMESTER SESSION:-2014-2015 ASSUMPTIONS & REQUIREMENTS Sheet No. 8 INCOME GROUP %COMPOSITION NO OF PERSONS NO OF FAMILIES % IN PLOTS %IN FLATS NO OF FAMILIES IN PLOTS NO OF FAMILIES IN FLATS D.U.R IN PLOTS D.U.R IN FLATS NO OF PLOTS NO OF FLATS AREA OF PLOT IN Sq.M AREA UNDER PLOTS AREA IN HEC NO OF FLATS IN 1 BLOCK NO OF BLOCK AREA OF FLAT NO OF FLATS ON GROUND FLOOR CIRCULATION AREA IN FLAT AREA OF BLOCK AREA UNDER BLOCKS IN M AREA IN HEC HIG 35 3526 1234 15 20 528 705 01:01.3 01:01 406 705 200 81200 8.12 20 35 200 4 160 960 33600 3.36 MIG 45 7934 1586 20 25 705 881 01:01.5 01:01 542 881 100 54200 5.42 24 36 120 4 96 576 20736 2 LIG 20 6171 705 5 15 176 528 01:01.4 01:01 125 528 60 7500 0.75 24 22 65 4 52 312 6864 0.6 14.29 5.96 Total area (in acres) 123 Area (hectares) 49 Area excluding EWS 2.46 Area under HIG,MIG,LIG 46.4 Density 380 Population 17632 assumed family size 5 no of families 3526 % age area for ews. 5 Area for EWS(hectares) 2.46 population of ews 2460 families of EWS 492 percentage of EWS- 10% 10 Landuse %age as PUDA standards area in hectares 1) residential 47.75 23.3975 a) EWS 5 2.45 b) others 42.75 20.9475 2) commercial 4.75 2.3275 a) secter level shopping 4.275 2.09475 b) convinient shopping 0.475 0.23275 3) institutional 9.5 4.655 4) parks, open spaces 5.7 2.793 5) circulation 32.3 15.827 LANDUSE DISTRIBUTION DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL SITE AREA DISTRIBUTION OF PLOTS & FLATS PUBLIC SEMI PUBLIC-NEIGHBORHOOD CENTRE COMPONENT NO OF UNITS AREA (ha) Neighbourhood shops 126 0.6 Higher secondary school 1 1.6 electric sub station 1 0.05 library 1 0.2 post office counter 1 0.009 dispensary 1 0.2 community hall 1 0.2 religious place 2 0.2 bank with ATM 1 0.008 neighborhood play area 1 1.5 2. PUBLIC SEMI-PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION OF EWS 1. RESIDENTIAL CLUSTER CENTRE CLUSTER COMPONENT NUMBER OF UNITS AREA (ha) CLUSTER 1 Primary School 1 0.3   Convenient Shops 38 0.044   Cluster Play Area 1 0.5 CLUSTER 2 Primary School 1 0.3   Convenient Shops 33 0.60   Cluster Play Area 1 0.5   Creche 1 0.03 CLUSTER 3 Primary School 1 0.3   Convenient Shops 29 0.40   Cluster Play Area 1 0.5

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SPP 205: PLANNING STUDIO-III (SITE PLANNING-I) NEIGHBOURHOOD PLANNING SUBMITTED BY:- NAME: MANBIR SINGH G.R.D. SCHOOL OF PLANNING, G.N.D.U., AMRITSAR B.TECH.(U.R.P.), 3 rd SEMESTER SESSION:-2014-2015 ASSUMPTIONS & REQUIREMENTS NEIGHBOURHOOD LEVEL FOR 20092 POPULATION AREA (m²) NUMBER Shops 2232 80 Mobile shops 178.4 20 3. COMMERCIAL ASPECT GIVEN (M 2 ) Sector Level Shops Mobile Shops Number 4-5 2 Population 1000 1000 Area ( m²) 4600 Cluster Level Shops Mobile Shops 15 1 5000 1000 1500 Area of Sector Level Shops ( m² ) 1 Mobile Shop 1 Shop 4.5 28 Area of Cluster Level Shop ( m² ) Single Storey Double Storey 1 Mobile Shop 12.8 27.9 4.5 Stilt Parking Basement Parking Parking Area 2 ECS/100m² covered area 1 ECS = 28 m² 1 ECS = 23 m² 1 ECS = 32 m² POPULATION SHOPS MOBILE SHOPS AREA OF SHOPS (m²) AREA OF MOBILE SHOPS PARKING AREA OF SHOPS PARKING AREA OF MOBILE SHOPS 8099 30 8 384 35.68 110.5 14.35 7087 26 7 332.8 31.22 133.7 17.49 5058 24 5 256 22.3 144.22 18.35 CLUSTER LEVEL Sheet No. 9 PARKING FOR COMMERCIAL 1) FOR NEIGHBOURHOOD ECS per 100 sq.m of the covered area 2 Area under local shops ( sq.m ) 2232 Area under mobile shops ( sq.m ) 178.4 Total area of neighbourhood shops ( sq.m ) 2410.4 No. of ECS in Neighbourhood shops 49 Area of 1 ECS ( sq.m ) 23 Total area under parking (sq.m) 1127 LANDUSE WATER STANDARDS POPULATION / AREA WATER REQUIRED (IN LPCD) (IN LITRE) Residential 135 20092 2712420 Commercial 45 149(no. of shops) 20115 3(assumed persons working in each shop)=447 Public/semi-public 45 800 (assumed) 36000 Parks & open spaces 1.4 l/sq mt/day 27500 38775 Circulation (street washing) 1.5 l/sq mt/day 120000 181200 4. WATER SUPPLY ECS Per 100 m² of Covered Area 2 Area Under Convenient Shops (m².) 256 Area Under Mobile Shops (m².) 22.3 Total Area of Cluster Shops 278.3 No. of ECS in Cluster Shops 2.27 Area of 1 ECS (m².) 23 Total Area Under Parking(m².) 104.5 PARKING FOR CLUSTER   Standard Required Area standard Area required Neighbourhood park 1/15,000 1 1.25 1.25 Cluster park 1/5000 people 3 0.3 0.9 PARKS & OPEN SPACES INCOME GROUP %COMPOSITION NO OF PERSONS NO OF FAMILIES %IN PLOTS %IN FLATS NO OF FAMILIES IN PLOTS NO OF FAMILIES IN FLATS D.U.R. IN PLOTS D.U.R. IN FLATS NO OF PLOTS NO OF FLATS AREA OF PLOT IN Sq.M AREA UNDER PLOTS IN HACTARES EWS 15 2460 492 5 10 123 246 01:01.2 01:01 147 246 40 5880 5.88 DISTRIBUTION OF EWS

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SPP 205: PLANNING STUDIO-III (SITE PLANNING-I) NEIGHBOURHOOD PLANNING SUBMITTED BY:- NAME: MANBIR SINGH G.R.D. SCHOOL OF PLANNING, G.N.D.U., AMRITSAR B.TECH.(U.R.P.), 3 rd SEMESTER SESSION:-2014-2015 SPECIFIC PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS Sheet No. 10 Residential: The locality is planned for four income groups , that is HIG, MIG, LIG and EWS. HIG are provided with plots of area 300 sq.mt . And flats of area 146 sq.mt each. MIG are provided with plots of area 150sqm and flats of area 140 sq.mt each. LIG are provided with plot area 80sqm of and flats area of100 sq.mt each. Mass space relationship is to be followed. Set backs to be left for different plot sizes according to building bye laws. Plot sizes front set back rear setback 350 sq. Mt 3.5 mt 4 mt 250 sq. Mt 2.5 mt 3 mt . Proper front and rear setbacks to be provided for proper light and ventilation. Back to back row housing is provided for optimum utilization of land. Maximum blocks should be arranged along NE-SW direction so as to have adequate wind and sunlight and healthy living environment. Blocks should be arranged in cul de sac pattern for the safety of residents. Parking space to be provided in front of shops of 115sqm for 6 small shops of 40 sqm . Corridor space of 3m to be provided in front of shops for avoiding congestion and making movement easy. 90 degree angle parking to be provided infront of shops for optimum utilization of land. 9 convenient shops to be provided to fulfill daily need of the residents. Convenient shops are easily accessible from cluster road i.e. 18m road. Commercial: Hierarchy of roads is followed, i.e. main entry to the neighborhood is from 30m roads leading to neighborhood which is surrounded by 25m road and further 18m roads hierarchy is followed for distributor roads in clusters and streets of 9m and 12m are to be provided. Circulation: Service lane of 8m is to be provided along national highway. More conflicting points are avoided so that accidents can be reduced. Minimum junction to junction distance is 30M. T-junctions to be provided are more. Landscaping : Shady trees like are planted along 25m wide road and 18m road to provide shade. Ornamental trees are planted along access roads for better aesthetic view. There should be proper gap between two trees it is 10 to 18 meters. The design of parks should provide satisfactory system of paths and walks so that there is easy circulation. The selection, location and planting of trees along the roads and streets be planned in relation to the building width of carriageways etc. The trees which are planted on median are those that can withstand all types of weather conditions. Parks should be provided with pavements , fountains , benches and other hard elements . Parks and open spaces: Neighborhood park should be given of 1.6 hectares. Tot lot are provided for children and area of plots for tot lots is to be 450 sqmt . Cluster parks to be provided at centre for easy accessibility of the residents. Parks and tot lots have access from atleast two sides so that it should be convenient

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