Environment Feasibility Study: Environment Feasibility Study Of Chandigarh

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ENVIORNMENT FEASIBILITY STUDY Chandigarh is located in sub Himalayan plains of north western India. Bhakra Main Canal provides 67 MGD of water to urban and rural area and rest 20 MGD from 239 tube wells . Average annual rainfall for past 20 years has been 1100.7mm. Minimum and maximum temperature of the city can be 37℃ to 25℃ respectively. Maximum it can rise up to 44℃. January being the coldest month in which temperature drops to 3.6℃. Light wind blow from south east and north east direction. Agricultural land was acquired for development of city, so the cultivated land decreased from 5441 hectares in 1966 to 1085 hectares in 2012. Industrial area of 2.35 sq.km is away from the educational and capitol complex of the city and located at…show more content…
The infrastructure in all the sectors are well developed in terms of residential and commercial. This has led to growth of real estate sector. Migration of people has led to major growth in real estate market. Chandigarh international airport is located in Jhiurheri in Punjab, which is just outside Chandigarh city in Mohali. Chandigarh railway station is 8kms from city center and around 7 kms from airport. They are connected by city bus and taxi. Chandigarh city is the capital of two states Haryana and Punjab infrastructure growth from both the government and the central has resulted in growing population thus forming the Chandigarh tricity region i.e. Chandigarh, Mohali (Punjab), Panchkula (Haryana) . Growth of a single planned city has resulted in two more planned cities around it. SOCIAL FEASIBILITY STUDY Chandigarh is hailed as a city of comfort and convenience, it has a good social infrastructure in its education, state of art health facility and comfortable living. Due to this land prices have increased in last 50 years. Many government school and colleges are recommended for heritage…show more content…
For E.g: Drainage Layout, Water supply connection etc are done prior to planning. It has considerable space for further expansion, hence Navi Mumbai is still developing. Thorough and analysis is must for ideal project. For Eg : Navi Mumbai road map is such that it can easily accommodate rising population in terms of residency and corporate etc ENVIRONMENTAL FEASIBILITY 45% of Navi Mumbai's land has been set aside for greenery and open-to-sky uses. For E g: Golf Course and Recreational park in Kharghar. In order to avoid Water shortage for the living population Created 3 water bodies, 16 detention ponds and 28 holding ponds, encircled with trees. 150 km long coastline fosters vast stretches of mangroves, paddy fields, salt pans and fresh-water lakes. Rain water harvesting Air/Noise Pollution has also been given consideration Air quality and noise decibel level monitoring system has been installed to increase the quality of life. ECONOMIC

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