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Smart Cities Aurum

Ventures

Anuja Sanghavi
2015
Setting the Context
History of urban planning in India
Harappa Mohenjo-Daro ancient civilization
Jaipur Pink city, Royal city
Delhi Mughal and Political Capital
Bombay, Madras and Calcutta Port and trading
cities
Chandigarh, Bhubneshwar, Gandhinagar
Institutional cities
Lavasa, Magarpatta, Amanora Gated communities
Organic growth of small towns into cities

Cities are planned &/or develop/d based on the need of the


time
Setting the Context
Critical success factors (as per major index internationally)
Safety
Education
Hygiene
Healthcare
Culture
Environment
Recreation
Political-economic stability
Public transportation.

Best cities in the world Vancouver, Vienna, Munich, Auckland,


Melbourne, Copenhagen, Berlin, Singapore

A city is a complex organism with multiple factors at play


Smart Cities
Various cities around the globe have addressed this
differently.
Basically it is a software and services layer of a generic
multi-tier common architecture for digital cities or
applying ICT to different areas of human life
Main objectives
Improvement of Local life
Narrowing the digital divide
Development of knowledge based societies
Promotion of e-government
Enhancement of e-commerce
Environmental Protection

The technology we choose is based on our objectives


100 Smart Cities Initiative
Problem Identification/
Needs Assessment

Livelihood/ Cities are not efficient


Employment Deficit or competitive on a
global level

Overpopulation in Lack of Housing,


existing cities Physical and Social
Infrastructure

Note: Smart Cities is a globally popular concept for over 30 years.


Smart Cities
Current Urban Population in India 377 million
Projected Urban Population by 2031 600 million

Projected Investments in Smart Cities 48,000 crores


outlay by Central Government in the next 5 years
Projected Investments in Urban Projects 1 lakh crore
by Central Government and 1 lakh crore by State
Government over the next five years

Aim of Smart cities is for technology to act as a force


multiplier to meet the needs of a growing urban
population and efficient use of limited resources
Aurum Smart City

Aurum Smart City


Tasks

Urban Planning and Smart city Planning and


Development Development
Stages of Project Cycle
Site Selection
Project Report
Finding Partners & Signing MOUs
Approvals & Land Acquisition
Visioning/Conceptualisation
City Development Strategy
Master Planning
Finalizing Partners
Feasibility & Phasing
Attracting Investors
Execution
Pre-Construction
Construction
Monitoring
Marketing
Approach and Methodology
Site Selection (Location, Location, Location!)
SWOT Analysis of different Sites
eg land use, population, weather, natural
advantages, ease of acquiring approvals,
connectivity, proximity to other major cities, legal
obligations etc.
Determination of Size
Project Report Participation in the Smart Cities
Challenge Competition Report will be based on
the Guidelines set out by Bloomberg Philanthropies
(20 in 2015, 40 each in 2016 and 2017), Site,
Vision, Ability (technical, and financial)
Finding Partners will be based on their expertise
and Common Vision
Approvals/Land Acquisition
Approach and Methodology
Visioning/Concept
Primary Research - current situation, needs
assessment/ gap identification, socio-
economic profiling, stakeholder
identification, stakeholder consultation,
natural resource availability, etc.
Secondary Research consulting experts,
industry leaders, examining what other cities
are doing, studying the economy and future
trends etc.
Options and Analysis
Review
Aurum Smart City Vision
Livelihood/Economic
Planning
Financial Planning Natural Resource
Planning

Aurum Smart City


Infrastructure
Technology Planning
Planning

Master Planning Transportation


Planning

A Multi Pronged & Inter Disciplinary Vision must emerge for a


Smart City
Activity Timeline
Site Selection 0 to 3 months
Finding Partners & Signing MOUs 0 to 12 months
Project Report* 0 to 15 months
Approvals & Land Acquisition 6 to 20 months
Detailed Visioning* 6 to 20 months
City Development Strategy* 6 to 20 months
Master Planning* 6 to 20 months
Finalizing Partners 6 to 20 months
Feasibility & Phasing 12 to 24 months
Attracting Investors 12 to 24 months
Execution 24th month onwards
Monitoring 24th month onwards
Marketing 48th month onwards
*Areas where I can work
Anuja Sanghavi
Education
Law at Government Law College (GLC, Mumbai)
Masters in Development Management (Manchester, UK)
Certificates in
Entrepreneurship (S.P. Jain, Mumbai)
Monitoring and Evaluation (Sambodhi, Delhi)
Sustainable Development (Auroville)
Human Centered Design & Behavioral Design (Acumen
online)

Experience
Mott MacDonald Development Consultancy Strategic and
Operational Consulting in Development
Bhendi Bazaar Redevelopment Project Management and PR
Worked with 2-3 NGOs on field level
Anuja Sanghavi
Policy for Micro Finance and Micro Housing Loans for Planning
Commission

Howrah Economic Rejuvenation and Development Plan for West


Bengal Government and DFID

Mumbai Sewage Treatment Project for BMC and USAID

West Bengal Tourism Development Plan for West Bengal


Government and DFID

Project Management, Coordination, Master Planning Supervision,


Government correspondence, Stakeholder Consultations, PR activities
for Bhendi Bazaar Redevelopment Project Sustainable & Holistic

Curriculum design, Operations and Teaching Hamara Footpath


Why should Aurum hire me?
Qualifications in Law and Development

Experience across small, medium and large scale development


organizations in multiple sectors ranging from economic,
infrastructure, urban and social development.

Skills in Technicalities of Development and soft skills of


communication and PR. Can manage people

Passionate about Development, self starting and driven to succeed


within budget.

Better than a cooker cut response from a MNC at a better price


Thank You