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Background

India's GDP over the past four years has clocked up an annual average growth rate of more than 8%. Despite urban India's significant contribution to the growing economy, it faces serious infrastructure problems. A large number of Indian cities and towns have a pressing need for adequate infrastructure facilities, specifically in the areas of water supply, sewerage, solid waste management, roads, transportation and housing. Government of India has ambitious plans to increase the spending on infrastructure to 8% of GDP over the next five years to achieve an economic growth rate of more than 9% over the next decade. The targeted growth rate will involve an increase in government spending and significant importance is being attached to Public-Private Partnerships (PPP).

IIDC Initiative in this sector

The project finance requirements are met through the Pooled Municipal Debt Obligation (PMDO) Facility of Rs. 30 billion (USD 674 million) that provides long tenor financing. In addition IL&FS Group Companies like Tamil Nadu Water Investment Company (TWIC) Limited, IL&FS Transportation Network Limited (ITNL) can undertake implementation of the water, wastewater and transportation projects. IL&FS Education and Technology Services (IETS) Limited provides e-Governance and capacity building services.

Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM)

Launched in December 2005, JNNURM prioritises the development, management and financing of the infrastructure sectors by providing significant grant funding. The Mission has a reform-oriented approach for comprehensive development linked to infrastructure investment and basic service delivery. JNNURM has two windows of opportunities: one for selected 63 urban local bodies and second for other cities through Urban Infrastructure Development Scheme for Small and Medium Towns (UIDSSMT). Total grants amounting to about Rs 500 billion (USD 11 billion) have been earmarked for seven years (2005-12) for this purpose. These in turn are expected to mobilize total investment of about Rs 1,200 billion (USD 26 billion) in urban infrastructure.

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At the State level, IIDC with Urban Development Department, Government of West Bengal, has set up a JV company, to look into development, implementation and supervision of projects undertaken under JNNURM and other urban infrastructure project.

At the ULB level, IIDC with Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority has set up a JV company, Infrastructure Development Corporation of Assam Ltd (IDCAL) to look into development, implementation and supervision of projects undertaken under JNNURM along with implementation of the mandatory Reform Agenda.

IIDC provides assistance in :

Project development and structuring for PPP approach
Project approval process at ULB, State and Central government level
Project monitoring and supervision
Assistance in planning and implementation of reform agenda and its linking with projects posed for implementation
Double entry accounting system
GIS based property tax reforms
E-Governance, MIS etc.
Coordination with all stakeholders
Training and capacity building, developing Information, Education and Communication (IEC) systems

Projects


Contributing at all levels of governance i.e Center State and Local levels for the successful implementation of the JNNURM program.

Centre

Preparation of the toolkits and guidelines for JNNURM
Dissemination of JNNURM across country and supported MoUD during regional workshops
Empanelled firm for preparation of City Development Plans and Detailed Project Reports.

State-Cities

Prepared CDPs in various cities like Asansol-Durgapur, Guwahati, Dhanbad, Shimla, Imphal, Jaipur Ajmer-Pushkar,and Other UIDSMMT towns in Rajasthan
Partnership with various states and ULBs for Integrated Project Management consultancy services like Preparation of DPRs, Project Development and Project Management. Some of the partnerships are:
 
Guwahati (Partnership with Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority)
West Bengal (Partnership with Urban Development Department, GoWB & KMDA)
Rajasthan (PDCOR with RUIFDCO)
Puri Municipal Corporation for Program Advisor JNNURM
IL&FS through its Urban Desk is Program Manager for implementing JNNURM programs in various ULBs including Nanded, Maharashtra
IL&FS provides finances to urban local bodies through Pooled Municipal Debt Obligation Facility

 

 
 
Urban Infrastructure.
Water and wast water management
Municipal Solid Wate
Urban Transport
Integrated Development
 
   
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PPS JNNURM& UIDSSMT
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Background

Annual water requirements for India are expected to rise by about 40 percent in 2025 to about 1050 billion cubic meters, while the annual per capita availability is expected to fall from around 2,200 cubic meters in 2004 to 1,341 cubic meters in 2025. An extreme water crisis stares us in the face. Today, only 70% of the urban households have access to tap water with over 54% of the total water supplied being wasted due to leakages. The current growth rate for the economy can be achieved only through significant contribution of the service, manufacturing and the agriculture sectors - water is an essential ingredient for all sectors. With the many draw downs, the water sector is in need of focused initiatives.

Initiatives

Government of India prioritizes the development, management, and financing for water supply and sanitation, preservation of water bodies, and management of storm water drains by providing grant funding, under Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) and Pooled Finance Development Fund (PFDF).

IIDC Initiative in this sector

We have been pioneering the concept of PPP projects in the water sector as early as 1995 through the Tirupur Area Development Program (water supply and waste water management) and Vishakhapatnam Water Supply projects.

Project Development Approach

IIDC's preferred approach is to partner with government agencies (State/ULBs) for creating the project concept, providing project / program management services, supporting the gap funding arrangements and assisting during implementation of projects and beyond.

Completed Projects

Tirupur Area Development Program
Vishakhatpatnam Water Supply Project

Ongoing Projects

Adityapur Water Supply Project, Jharkhand
Guwahati Water Supply, Sewerage and Drainage Project, Assam

 

 
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Background

Urban India, with 28% of India's population, estimated to generate about 144,000 tons/day of municipal solid waste (MSW), imposes huge demand on scarce land resources with the prevalent practice of dumping on land. Further, absence of source segregation system renders waste in a mixed condition that is not readily available for processing by conventional technologies.

Initiatives

The MSW (Management & Handling) Rules 2000 triggered various initiatives in this sector and made processing of MSW mandatory prior to its disposal. Besides the regulatory issues, shortage of land, increased public awareness on environmental issues and deadline set up by the Supreme Court has put immense pressure on ULB to ensure proper management of MSW.

IIDC Initiative in this sector

IIDC has been providing technical, financial and commercial support to ULBs to evolve a workable and commercially viable model for MSW management. IIDC has also been closely working with Andhra Pradesh Technology Development Center (APTDC) on technical structuring issues.

Project Development Approach

IIDC offers a complete single point solution for project development and advisory support starting from collection, storage, transportation, processing, disposal and funding, including necessary approvals.

Completed Projects

Okhla - Timarpur Integrated Waste Processing Complex, Delhi
Ajmer Municipal Waste Processing Project, Rajasthan
Udaipur Municipal Waste Processing Project, Rajasthan
Bikaner Municipal Waste Processing Project, Rajasthan
Door-to-door Collection Initiative - Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh & Ajmer and Pushkar, Rajasthan, Guwahati, Assam, Patna, Bihar

Ongoing Projects

Ghazipur Integrated Waste Processing Complex, Delhi
Kanpur Integrated Waste Processing Complex, Uttar Pradesh
Guwahati Integrated Waste Management Project
Patna Integrated Waste Management Project
Pune Integrated Waste Processing Complex, Maharashtra
Agra Municipal Waste Processing Project, Uttar Pradesh

 

 
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Background

If cities are the growth catalyst, under the emerging economic scenario, transportation systems have to play a vital role and essence of that lies in providing safe, efficient and sustainable flow of people and goods.

Initiatives

National Urban Transport Policy, prepared by Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, focuses on urban transportation at the stage of urban planning and encourages integration of land use with transport planning in all cities so that mobility for all, people as well as goods, can be achieved.

IIDC Initiative in this sector

IIDC undertakes project development of both road and rail based transportation systems. In order to take a focused position, IIDC along with the Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD), Government of India has set up the Urban Mass Transit Company (UMTC), which is presently engaged in developing various urban multi-modal transportation and related projects. IIDC has also entered into a strategic Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with the Indore City Transport Services Limited (ICTSL) for carrying forward the successful model of the Indore example to other cities.

Project Development Approach

IIDC's preferred approach is to work in partnership with clients through the project development processes, which involve all aspects right from creating the project concepts to technology evaluation, detailing of the project contours, planning for and executing the procurement processes leading to project implementation and thereafter providing project management services including hand holding during project operation. IIDC's focus is to undertake comprehensive transportation exercise; develop and promote multimodal, integrated transport systems; and work towards institutional capacity building.

Completed Projects

Inter-state Bus Terminus, Ludhiana, Punjab
Integrated Bus Terminals, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala
Central Bus Terminals, Rajasthan
Development of Chandigarh Multilevel Parking Project at Sec 17 under PPP model
Bus Terminal Development on PPP, Ranchi, Jharkhand
Bus Terminal Development on PPP, Haldia, West Bengal

Ongoing Projects

City Bus Service on PPP basis, Ludhiana, Punjab
City Bus Service on PPP basis, Jalandhar, Punjab
City Bus Service on PPP basis, Amritsar, Punjab
City Bus Service on PPP basis, Patna, Bihar
City Bus Service on PPP basis, Dehradun, Uttarakhand
Project Management for Bus Rapid Transit System - Pilot Corridor, Pune, Maharashtra
Detail Design and Project Management for Bus Rapid Transit System - Pilot Corridor, Rajkot, Gujarat
Bus Rapid Transit System, Jaipur, Rajasthan
Development of GSRTC Bus Terminals, Gujarat
Bus Terminals Project under PPP model in Bathinda and Patiala, Punjab (on-going)
Bus terminus and commercial development under PPP model near Mangalore, Karnataka
Commercial development at Chennarayapatna and Hassan Bus terminus under PPP model in Karnataka
Development of Bus terminus and commercial space in Gulbarga, Karnataka
Development of Bus terminus and commercial space in Bidar, Karnataka
Development of Jaipur Parking Project under PPP model (2 Facilities), Rajasthan
Development of Guwahati Parking Projects (3 Facilities) under PPP models
Development of Multilevel Parking under PPP models on Mall Road, Bhatinda, Punjab
Develop multi-level mechanized parking facilities under PPP model in Chandigarh
Development of Bodoland Truck Terminal, BTC (Assam)
Development of Pantnagar Truck Terminal, Uttarakhand
Development of Haridwar Truck Terminal, Uttarakhand
Development of Multilevel Parking under PPP models (2 Facilities), Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh
Development of Multilevel Parking under PPP models, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
Development of Bus station and commercial spaces on PPP basis at Hubli, Dharwad & Belgaum in Karnataka
Development of Modern Foot Over Bridges in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
Redevelopment of GHMC Markets as Integrated Markets cum Modern Multilevel Parking Plazas

 

 
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Background

Indian real estate market is growing at an annual rate of 30% with steady growth in residential properties, shopping malls, multiplexes, food outlets, office spaces, convention and business centres across India.

Project Development Approach

Typically in a large integrated development the project requires co-developers for specialized sub-projects such as utilities, social infrastructure, entertainment, commercial etc. IIDC identifies and inducts requisite co-developers under suitable frameworks.

Completed Projects

National Games Village in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
National Games Housing Complex in Ranchi, Jharkhand
Bhartiya International Township in Bangalore, Karnataka

Ongoing Projects

Integrated Township in Guwahati, Assam
Township and Golf Course in Raipur, Chhattisgarh
TopLow Cost Housing project in Kolkata, West Bengal

 

 
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