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  1. Smart Cities & Global Infrastructure in GujaratPotential & PoliciesbyA. K. Sharma, CEO-GIDB Mumbai

  2. Infrastructure: Main Seekers Growth, Urbanisation, Youth Rapid urbanization fostering fast growing consumer base 15% of the world’s population 550 million people under 25 years

  3. Gujarat: The Growth engine of India

  4. Contribution to the Nation…

  5. Gujarat: A pioneer in India… • Modern Private ports: Mundra & Pipavav • Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Terminals at Dahej-’04 • Expressway from Ahmedabad – Vadodara in 2004 • Country’s only Chemical Port Terminal at Dahej • State-wide natural gas grid of 2,500 km (PPP) • State-wide water Grid • A solar Park • Thus, infrastructure has been a key driver of Growth in Gujarat

  6. Special Investment Regions (SIRs)A Paradigm Shift in Gujarat’s Industrial Development • Integrated large area developments • Special Investment Regions (> 100 sq. km.) and Industrial Areas ( 50-100 sq. km.) • Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor • GIDC Industrial Estates • Petroleum, Chemicals and Petrochemicals Investment Region • Knowledge corridor • Logistics parks • Theme towns Level of Integration SEZs • Multi product • Chemical • Textile • Pharma • IT / ITeS • Electronics • Engineering • Biotech • Gems & Jewellery 257 Industrial Estates 83 product clusters Phase IV Phase I Phase II Phase III Phase of industrial development

  7. Dedicated Freight Corridor: A Historic Project Punjab Uttaranchal Pakistan Haryana Dadri Delhi Uttar Pradesh Rajasthan Madhya Pradesh Gujarat Maharashtra J.N.Port Arabian Sea Andhra Pradesh End Terminals DFC Alignment Karnataka • Length of western DFC: 1483-km • Distribution of DFC in six States • Uttar Pradesh-22 km (1.5%) • NCR of Delhi- 22 km (1.5%) • Haryana- 148 km (10%) • Rajasthan- 578 km (39%) • Gujarat- 565 km (38%) • Maharashtra- 148 km (10%) • Later, some areas of MP have also been included

  8. Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) Uttaranchal Haryana Dadri Uttar Pradesh Rajasthan Madhya Pradesh Gujarat Maharashtra Arabian Sea J.N.Port End Terminals DFC Alignment • DMIC: a high impact industrial area within 150 km distance on both side of DFC • 24 industrial nodes along the DMIC • 6 nodes in Gujarat • A Global Manufacturing and Trading Hub - “ the engine for economic resurgence of the country” • Supported by world class infrastructure and policy framework • Project Goals • Double the employment potential in five years - (14.87% CAGR) • Triple industrial output in five years - (24.57% CAGR) • Quadruple exports from the region in five years - (31.95% CAGR)

  9. Dadri Mahesana ` Ahmedabad Vadodara Rajkot Surat Diu Daman J.N.Port End Terminals ` Cities/ Urban Agglomerations DFC Alignment DMIC Influence Area in Gujarat • DFC- 565 km (38%) • 62% of Total Area of Gujarat • 18 out of 26 Districts affected • 74% of Population of the State (37.3 Million) • 15.7 Million Workers of State • Major Cities Above 1 Million: Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara, • City with 0.5-1 Million: Bhavnagar Note: As per Census-2001

  10. Gujarat’s Ports: Strength for DFC & DMIC • Gujarat offers Port linkage to DFC & DMIC • Road & rail link between DFC, industrial nodes and Sea Ports being upgraded • New Roads & Rail links being planned • Provision of Multi-modal • Logistics Parks Dadri Gandhidham ` Palanpur Kandla Ahmedabad Mundra Dahej Pipiavav Hazira J.N.Port End Terminals ` Cities/ Urban Agglomerations DFC Alignment

  11. DMIC: Proposed Industrial Nodes in Gujarat 11 12 13 14 15 16 • Node-11: Palanpur-Mahesana Industrial Area • Node-12: Ahmedabad-Dholera Investment Region • Node-13: Vadodara- Bharuch Industrial Area • Node-14: Bharuch-Dahej Investment Region • Node-15: Surat-Navsari Industrial Area • Node-16: Valsad- Umbergaon Industrial Area Another 7 being planned by State Government…

  12. SIRs: Global Hubs of Economic activity • The SIR Act of 2009: first in the country • A dedicated legal framework to establish SIRs • Apex Project Development Company • Regional Development Authorities for each SIR • Special Purpose companies/ Vehicles • Single window clearance mechanisms • Dispute settlement Mechanism • Full scope for private participation • Bigger scope for private enterprise • World Class infrastructure; smart connectivity • Global Best Practices in policies & processes

  13. Dholera Special Investment Region (SIR) A new Gujarat within Gujarat…

  14. Dholera SIR: Key Indicators

  15. Early Bird projects: Central Spine Road • The Central Spine is proposed along the Existing Ahmedabad Bhavnagar State Highway. • Four laning work going on with cost of Rs. 200 crores • It is also proposed to link it with the National Highway leading to Pipavav Port. • In addition, Govt. has approved exclusive express way from A’bad to Dholera. • It will be 6 lane road of 110 Km with cost of Rs. 2200 Crs. Central Spine 15

  16. Early Bird projects: Fast Rail Gandhi Nagar Kalol Phase 1 A’bad-G’nagar North-South Line Vishala – Sabarmati – G’nagar (32.65 Kms) East-West Line Kalupur - Thaltej (10.90 Kms) Naroda Thaltej Ahmedabad Phase 2 A’bad-Dholera Changodar - Vishala (12 Kms) Vishala – RTO (12.5 Kms) Sarkhej – Indroda (32Kms) Sarkhej-Dholera (70 Km) Metro or a Fast Train ? Vishala Changodhar Barejadi Dholera

  17. Early Bird projects:First MegaIndustrial Park • First Industrial Park going to come up in Private sector- USEL • Others being planned 17

  18. Early Bird projects:New International Airport 1700 + 7500 Hects Govt land is reserved. At the Northern tip of the SIR 20 Kms from the SIR 80 Kms from A’bad on central spine Road Site suitability established AAI prepared the DPR & guiding the GOG/GIDB Will be connected by Metro rail from A’bad The airport will service other mega cities too Ahmedabad/Gandhinagar Proposed International Airport Dholera SIR

  19. Landmark developments Petroleum, Chemicals and Petrochemicals Investment Region (PCPIR) • Spread over 453 sq. km. of brown field area in the coastal belt of Gulf of Khambhat in Bharuch District • Dahej SEZ Limited – a part of Dahej PCPIR is a joint venture company of ONGC and GIDC. • This SEZ is among the top 25 economic zones in the world Availability of natural resources Export promotion measures Well-established infrastructure Regulatory Framework PCPIR : Unique Selling Proposition

  20. Gujarat: A Global Urban Space Ahmedabad- Third among the 11 Fastest Growing Cities in the world ( Forbes Magazine, October-2010) Surat- Fourth fastest Growing City in the world (The City Mayors Foundation, July-2011) Ahmedabad- Among the 15 Best New Cities for Business in the world (Fortune Magazine, August 2011) A’bad-the best city in India to live in-TOIDec, 2011 New Port Cities being planned –Pipavav, Mundra, Hazira, Navalakhi, etc. Twin Cities being Developed- Ahmedabad-Gandhinagar, Bharuch-Dahez, Surat–Navsari etc. Japanese Cities: Dholera & Mandal SIRs

  21. Eco CitiesPartnership with the Govt & IndustryofJapan • Dahej Regional Eco City Project: Hitachi, Itochu Corp., Kyocera, Tokyo Electric Power, Hyflux, • Desalination based Water supply • Distribution of water and waste water treatment • Intelligent water systems • Eco transportation system • Factory energy management system & solar generation • Sanand Eco city Project: Mitsubishi Corp. • Water supply System & Waste water treatment /recycling • Industrial Solid Waste Management / Fee-based Incineration • Photo voltaic • Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) generation project • Energy saving by manufacturing units The experience of these pilot Projects will be replicated in other cities…

  22. DMIC & SIRsFurther Creating New World Class citiesEnormous Opportunities… • To build the industrial parks, townships, knowledge cities • In building infrastructure: road, rail, water, sanitation • To build hospitals, educational and recreation complexes • Set up the industries, R & D Centers, tourism spots • To set up Metro rail system/ High speed railway • Develop multi-modal transportation & logistics hub • To build international airport • To set up power distribution networks • To set up intelligent IT enabled city management systems and we want to do it mostly on the PPP way… PPP is a tested model in Gujarat…

  23. Ports Power: Generation & Transmission Roads, Railways, ROBs & Bridges Water Supply Gas Grid Airports & MRO Hubs Urban Infrastructure: waste, transport ICT Infrastructure Industrial Parks and SEZs Tourism Health & Education Agri Infrastructure Environmental infrastructure As per the Blue Print for Infrastructure in Gujarat (BIG 2020) the Investment requirement is Rs. 12.00 lakhcrs (approx. 300 bn USD) Infrastructure: Thrust Sectors

  24. How do we do it… • While the Government of Gujarat is committed to lay down the core infrastructure from public funds; • It is envisaged that most of the infrastructure will be done on PPP basis • Private players are invited to join this historic development and mega opportunity… PPP is the preferred route…

  25. Three routes for PPP…Gujarat Infrastructure Development Act-1999 • In 1999, the Gujarat Infrastructure Development (GID) Act was enacted which gives legal framework & roadmap for PPP • GID Act proclaims ‘competitive bids’ as the preferred mode for developer selection and lays down detailed guidelines • However, ‘Swiss Challenge Route’ also recognised to take benefits of innovative ideas and unsolicited projects • In 2006, project award through Direct Negotiation added. • A project can thus be awarded to a developer through: • Competitive bidding (section-9 GID Act) • Comparative bids (section-10 GID Act) • Direct negotiation (section-10A GID Act)

  26. Gujarat leads the PPP way… • First institutional arrangement in India for PPP • The GID Act 1999 provides the legal framework • Front runner State in Privatization of Infrastructure • Private ports and railway lines, BOT roads • One Major and several Minor Ports in pvt sector. • Air strips being developed in private sector • Now, PPP moves in social sector… • PPP in water, Education, Health etc.

  27. GIDB “The most admired State Level PPP Agency in India” KPMG Award-2008 “Best State in Public Private Partnership” – 2009 Jointly organised by IIFCL, IL&FS, KMPG & Business Standard “Most Admired Infrastructure Facilitator-State Level” KPMG-Infrastructure Today-2009 “Most Admired Entity in Water & Urban infrastructure “ KPMG-Infrastructure Today-2010 “ Best State for core infrastructure facilities & Best diamond State “ IBN 7 & Network 18 media Group 2011 ‘ Gujarat –the best destination in India for PPP’ The Economist & ADB- Infrascope study-2011

  28. Gujarat - Exemplary Good governance

  29. Our cities-our life & our workWhat’s Smart and what makes it Smarter • Global concepts; futuristic conceptualization • Deep investigation of ground realities: Seismic, water, environmental • Elaborate planning with 50-100 year horizon • Stakeholder & Community participation • Full support of GOI & DMICDC: National Investment & manufacturing Zone 9NIMZ) • Full commitment of State Government • Driven by Technology • Enabled by ICT • Powered by talented work force

  30. Thank You