- Need for phasing the development of areas under the policy along the MRTS corridors
- Need to ensure strong multi-modal integration
- Need for stronger parking restrictions within the TOD
- Need for eliminating FAR limits within the TOD and:
- Using number people/households/jobs as markers of density
- Reducing the practice of using FAR based incentives
- Need for diversification of housing unit size, types and occupancy
- Reducing land acquisition and transfer of land to the government through the policy as it goes against the principles of land pooling.
- Recognizing the complexity of the land pooling process and enabling the DDA’s critical transformation from a developer into a facilitator for that process.
- Reducing the multiple approval processes at the different stages of development for plans and layouts.
NIUA-CIDCO Smart City Lab publishes combined issue (Vol 2, issue 4 & Vol 3, issue 1) of its newsletter
NIUA-CIDCO Smart City Lab Participates in Stakeholder’s Workshop on Delhi-Gurgaon-Rewari-Alwar Regional Rapid Transit System
NIUA-CIDCO Smart City Lab @ International Workshop for Development of TOD Projects in Indian Smart Cities
NIUA-CIDCO Smart City Lab @ Roundtable on Smart Cities : Enabling Citizen Participation Through Technology
NIUA-CIDCO Smart City lab joins immersion visit to UK with 10 city representatives and MoUD representative
NIUA-CIDCO Smart City Lab @ National Consultation Workshop for Development of TOD in Indian Smart Cities
NIUA along with the United Nations Major Group for Children and Youth (UN MGCY) leads a Side Event on the theme: Prioritizing Children and Youth within the New Urban Agenda at the Preparatory Committee (PrepCom 3) of Habitat III
NIUA-CIDCO Smart City Lab develops a knowledge product on Value Capture from Infrastructure Investments for Smart Cities
NIUA-CIDCO Smart City Lab publishes Volume 2 Number 1 of its newsletter- A National Smart Cities Mission Special Issue, detailing the team’s activities between January 2016 and March 2016
CIDCO Smart City Lab assists the Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, for the Indo-German Exchange Meeting
CIDCO launched its Smart City Action Plan at the hands of Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Devendra Fadnavis on December 4th, 2015 at the Vashi Exhibition Centre in Navi Mumbai. The NIUA-CIDCO Smart City Lab assisted in the process by facilitating preparation and documentation of proposed smart projects across the various departments of CIDCO. The projects span the brownfield development in the seven nodes of CIDCO Navi Mumbai (South) and the greenfield development at Pushpak Nagar. The projects are divided into 10 objective areas
Smart Organisation : CIDCO recognized early on in its Smart City journey, that to be able to successfully deliver on its Smart City vision, it has to develop itself into a world class organization.As part of this transformational process, CIDCO reviewed the changes in the business environment and proposed [...]
Smart City Lab participates in Consultation on building a framework for Gender Inclusive Smart Cities
Smart City Lab presents development of Navi Mumbai at ‘Urban Planning for City Leaders’ Workshop at Kuala Lumpur
Smart City Lab authors Background Paper for Round table discussion and consultation on Sustainable Energy Integration in Smart Cities
The NextGen Cities Conclave is a part of the series of capacity building conference on smart cities that Governance Now is organising across India. The Conclave will be attended by key officials of the state government, various agencies, academia, industry and the media.
Siddharth Pandit, Chair, Smart City Lab will speak on Integrated Urban Planning and Development on the session between 1445 and 1530 hours.