Urban planning for integrated, greenfield mega city
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Urban Planning for integrated mega city
Sustainable & integrated mega city requires smart planning. Antea Group India brings its expertise for the Master Plan of 500 sq km of area for an integrated, smart & sustainable, greenfield mega city, in the National Capital Region, India.
Antea offers the following services for this Smart Greenfield development in the NCR region:
- Geospatial studies, Cadastral and land-use mapping
- Public Transport system, Road network and regional connectivity
- Demography and socio-economic assessment
- Infrastructure assessment and future planning
- Zoning plan
- Masterplan concept options
- Development control regulations
- Master plan and report
- City Development & implementation policy
The city is to develop ensuring the region is developed sustainably and ecologically. The basic premise is to decongest the adjoining urban areas and plan for a greenfield city that provides a quality life to the citizens. The city is to build on the potential provided by its location in the country and the existing and proposed regional transport network. The challenge is to incorporate global facilities within local requirements and sensitivities in accordance with the vision of the Client. The city will be planned on the principles of the Smart- integrated city.
The plan is to also address disaster management in the long-term perspective. The master plan provides for the physical infrastructure needs of the city in short and long term with smart solutions for waste management, hygiene and sanitation.
Antea Group has recommended several smart solutions for the development of urban areas across the world. The experience will be leveraged in India to full potential.
Urban Planning division of Antea Group in India is lead by a team that has contributed to India’s prime industrial and urban hubs. The overall impact of such projects is shaping India’s future urban and industrial areas. This project plan for a sustainable city will change the regional dynamics in the next 30 years.