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  1. Government of Andhra Pradesh Presentation on Housing By Sri Karikal Valaven IAS., Secretary to Govt., Housing Andhra Pradesh

  2. Executing Indira Awas Yojana, Beedi Workers housing, Fishermen housing and JNNURM sponsored by the Govt. of India and INDIRAMMA (Integrated Novel Development In Rural And Model Municipal Areas)& RACHABANDA Housing of Govt. of AP A. P. STATE HOUSING CORPORATION

  3. Established in 1979 and is engaged in implementation of Housing programmes sponsored by State and Central Governments for Weaker Sections in Andhra Pradesh. A P STATE HOUSING CORPORATION

  4. The Corporation has so far completed 100.05 Lakh houses in Rural and Tribal areas and 8.70 Lakh houses in Urban areas, totaling to 108.75 Lakh houses by the end of 2011-12 upto 30.11.2012. ACHIEVEMENTS

  5. MODE OF EXECUTION • The Corporation has followed a unique method of executing the houses with beneficiary participation in Rural and Urban areas wherever houses are taken up in Independent manner. • It is executing houses through contractors in Urban area where houses are taken up in G++ pattern. • It has also involved the NGOs in execution of houses for the poor and victims of Flood.

  6. SELECTION OF BENEFICIARIES • INTINTI INDIRAMMA-Door to door survey by A multi disciplinary Mandal team. • Taking photograph of the beneficiaries in front of the exiting residence. • The District Collector accords administrative sanction for the eligible persons • The details of the beneficiaries sanctioned under the program are registered online in the housing website www.housing.ap.gov.in for recording real time physical progress and payments.

  7. UNIT COST – RURAL AREAS

  8. UNIT COST – URBAN AREAS

  9. Type Design

  10. INFRASTRUCTURE • Need to be taken up in 2 phases. • Basic infra for construction of houses • & Total infra for occupation. • - Water Supply - Electrification - Approach Roads (Integrated with MGNREGS) - Internal Roads & Drains - Sewerage - Plantation - community building like School, anganwadi, PHCs as part of inclusive development

  11. 10,159 houses takenup 6 BSUP projects in G+3 pattern at Visakhapatnam and Vijayawada 16,485 houses takenup in 10 IHSDP projects in G+2 pattern. 19,373 houses takenup in 20 IHSDP projects in Independent pattern JNNURM

  12. SELF FINANCING- RAJIV GRUHAKALPA • 90% Bank loan and 10% beneficiary contribution. • 250 sft flat at Rs 0.82 to 1.35 lakh unit cost. • Taken up 26144 houses In 42 municipalities where beneficiaries were able to get the Bankers support

  13. BENEFICIARY PARTICIPATION • 98% of the 108.48 Lakh houses are done by the beneficiaries them selves through self help and mutual help.

  14. NIRMITHI KENDRAS OBJECTIVES Technology transfer from lab to land Upgrading skills of the work force. Production and Supply of pre-cast building components. Guidance and information centre for housing CONTD…

  15. APSHCL is the Nodal Agency for NKs in the State. 88 Nirmithi Kendras are functioning under APSHCL guidance. Since inspection Rs.339.75 crores worth of precast components were produced and Rs.323.05 crores worth material utilized in construction of houses. So far 41,440 Masons were trained in construction activity.

  16. MANDAL AND VILLAGE NIRMITHI KENDRAS • To bridge the gap between demand and supply of building materials, VNKs are established through Village Organizations (VOs) of Self Help Groups. • Block making units and centering units are sanctioned under the scheme • SERP/IKP is implementing the scheme. VOs for VNKs are identified by IKP machinery. • The cost of each unit is `.1,00,000/-. `.85,000 is APSHCL Loan and `.15,000 is VO contribution. • 1712 brick units and 1821 centering units have been sanctioned in all 22 districts. • About 442 block making units and 80 centering units are functioning.

  17. FOUNDATIONS Pedestal /short column Pile foundation WALLING Fly ash/Fal-G ROOFING Composite of Cuddapah stones and Concrete over RC rafters JOINARY RCC door and window frames COST EFFICTIVE METHODS ADVOCATED BY APSHCL

  18. NGO PARTICIPATION • NGOs are involved where beneficiaries are in helpless stage ; • Victims of natural calamities • Most vulnerable like Chenchus

  19. EXPERIMENTAL PROJECTS • Sterling systems using cement particle board filled with concrete for walling at Sangareddy • Shear walls and Hallow core roofing panels at Samarlakota

  20. AREAS REQUIRING ATTENTION • Organizing land through land Banks exclusively for weaker sections • Incorporating principles of planning for creating better Habitations • Identifying and Developing Indigenous Technologies. • Development of PRE FAB SYSTEMS and Importing new Technologies for speed delivery • Motivating Masons and Sensitizing beneficiaries for cost effective construction • Developing PPP models in Urban and Semi urban areas

  21. GUIDING FACTORS FOR TECHNOLOGY SELECTION • COST • USERS ACCEPTANCE • QUALITY • AVAILABILITY OF SKILLED MAN POWER • SEVICEABILITY • EMPLOYMENT GENERATION • TIME • LOW ENERGY INCENTIVE

  22. Brief background on AP Housing Board • Andhra Pradesh Housing Board (APHB) came in to existence from 7th July 1960 in pursuant to Andhra Pradesh Housing Board Act, 1956. • Main objective of the Board is to provide housing accommodation to the needy people at an affordable cost. • APHB has constructed 104147 houses under HIG, MIG, LIG & EWS categories. • The Board has also constructed 13 office complexes with a total plinth area of 72082 Sq. Mts. and let out to various Government Institutions.

  23. Joint Ventures of APHB • 24 Projects have been taken up under Joint Venture with private sector. • Services of Crisil is engaged for Bid Project Management. • Joint Venture Projects are under revenue sharing method. • Twin sources of revenue • (a) Development Fee • (b) Revenue Share • LIG Units.

  24. Brief Introduction on DILL: • The Government of AP permitted APHB to create a Subsidiary under Section 21(A) of the APHB Act, 1956 for administrative & operational convenience and to create ability to access capital markets. • Consequently, Deccan Infrastructure and Land Holdings Limited (DILL) has been incorporated on 14.12.2006 as a Company under Companies Act, 1956 • The Equity holding of APHB and GoAP in DILL to come by way of transfer of land • Land Transfers and Equity Holdings

  25. Public issue proposed during 2007-2008: • Government approved creation of DILL to have an ability to access capital markets. • DILL planned for an Initial Public Offer (IPO), in which GoAP to divest part of their Shareholding (i.e Approx 10% of the total holding of Company) to mobilize approximately Rs.1500 to Rs.2000 Crores. • Due to the unfavorable market conditions, the Company has kept the process of accessing capital markets on hold.

  26. Rajiv Swagruha – Unique Housing “A Demand driven, Self financed, innovative first of its kind, an initiative by any state Government for filling the gap of Housing – adequate affordable housing for moderate income group”

  27. Rajiv Swagruha - Objective “Every person with moderate income, having no house of his / her own, must have a house , i.e. an adequate and affordable, decent house”. 27

  28. Rajiv Swagruha -Philosophy “Affordable housing is not about box sized budget homes in far flung places where there is no connectivity to work places and little surrounding infrastructure” An affordable house does not mean a substandard house or any compromise on space, quality or facilities as required by the family. 28

  29. Rajiv Swagruha -Philosophy Affordable Housing has to cut across all income segments of the society and has to make economic sense – inclusive / complementary housing Demand of affordable quality homes is in the price range of Rs.15 – 30 lakhs. Rajiv Swagruha range Rs.6.30 – Rs.36 lakhs Swagruha - necessity for many, opportunity for few and growth engine for Government - Inclusive growth 29

  30. Rajiv Swagruha – Features Demand driven Self Financed No subsidy No budgetary support Affordable Four sizes of Flats / Houses All Infrastructure and facilities No profit - No loss basis Covering the income up to Rs.90000 pm 30

  31. Project Planning Strategically located Contiguous area Thematic Townships Self contained gated Community Creating land marks Vaastu compliant (light & Ventilation) Units open to sky on three sides Harith Varna (Corridor plantation) Furnished units Walk in with suit case and start living

  32. Infrastructure Fire fighting Two lifts – passenger & cargo Generator Back up Municipal water supply Underground drainage & STP Cabled electricity, telephone, internet Storm water drains with recharge pits Paved driveways Hassle free life

  33. Premium lifestyle at affordable cost Facilities – Charges included in unit cost Piped gas supply Solar water heater Solar street lighting Land scaped parks and tot lots Playgrounds

  34. Premier lifestyle at affordable cost Facilities – Cost not included in unit cost Parking Club House Shopping complex Multiplexes Amphitheatre School Bank & ATM Post office etc.,

  35. Category of Flats 35

  36. Specifications

  37. Specifications

  38. Specifications

  39. New Financing Pattern

  40. Ready to Occupy

  41. Prashanthi Enclave – Another Innovation - SENIOR CITIZEN Housing “You matter to us because you are you and we will do all that we can do to help you live peacefully with dignity “ APRSCL

  42. Prashanthi Enclave – Senior Citizen Housing • A person 58 years and above • 640 Sft + • Specially customized flats with anti skid tiles, spacious corridors with grab bars, panic call button, etc • Common facilities like kitchen, common dining, recreation room, clinic, Gym, Home theater, library, Guest accommodation, etc., • Attachment with nearby super specialty hospital • Laundromat, House keeping, round the clock security and other services by an agency

  43. Building Trust Tripartite win – win relation Buyer APRSCL Bank / FI’s

  44. Our aim is “Making millions happy.” Thank You.