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1 Ajay Kumar 04.11.2016 Better health facilities • Affordable hospital established in a promotion, collaboration or facilitation manner has been included in GMDA’s mandate.
2 Ajay Kumar 04.11.2016 Larger office building for GDA • Noted.
3 Ajay Kumar 04.11.2016 Better Transport connectivity Will be studied as a part of the mobility management plan
4 Ajay Kumar 04.11.2016 improved water supply. , Canal Water Supply • Water Supplyinfrastructureis included in Infrastructure Development Plan• Internal development would be within ambit of MCG
5 Ar. Pankaj Jain 24.11.2016 Consider renowned Professionals, CEO of important local company / important business owner as nominated members. • 6 experts will be nominated as members of GMDA • The Residents Advisory Council would have 10-15 citizen members from RWAs, civil society, labor, industry, business, commerce and services and 11 officials. Nomination process would be defined by rules.
6 Ar. Pankaj Jain 24.11.2016 Landscape Plan & Sustainable development should be included in the bill • The word “urban environment” has now been defined in the Bill. Plan for sustainable management of the urban environment would include aspects of environmental planning in an urban structure.• Sustainable management is a larger concept than sustainable development.
7 Ar. Pankaj Jain 24.11.2016 Development of landscape structure at city level, integrating Natural Drainage Pattern • Noted, efforts would be made to integrate natural drainage pattern within the limits of what retro-fitting would permit. This will be considered under the Urban Environment plan to be prepared in a consultative manner
8 Ar. Pankaj Jain 24.11.2016 Replace “Urban Forestry” with “Landscape Architecture” as this is more holistic term. Also, “Engineering” already finds place in “ Urban Infrastructure” so this may be replaced by “Urban Design” • Urban Forestry is the legal term used in the Constitution. Hence, the same is used. • Infrastructure is more relevant to the mandate of GMDA
9 Ar. Pankaj Jain 24.11.2016 Prepare “Vision Plan‟; To add “Development of feedback mechanism for any project by the neighborhood community and other stake holders before finalization of plan, during execution (it is already covered) and after completion of the project‟. • Master plan would provide a vision of development along with the Infrastructure developmentplan. • The preparation of these plans would be through a consultative process involving residents of Gururgam.• Monitoring implementation of projects is one of the responsibilities assigned to the Residents Advisory Council
10 Ar. Pankaj Jain 24.11.2016 GDA should have power for land acquisition on its own. This is a key requirement for timely execution of project. • GMDA would recommend to the State Government to acquire land for the purposes ofGMDA. With the enactment of the Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act, 2014, land acquisition by any entity would have to conform to the provisions of this Act.
11 Aruna 30.11.2016 Changes in draft bill • GeneralComment
12 Ashish Sharma 30.11.2016 Include traffic and transportation experts in GDA. A Comprehensive Mobility Plan should be formed for Gurugram. Public transport should be given priority. Staggering of working hours or weekly offs can serve as a short term measure to relieve the Cyber city. Public awareness and participation will be the key to success in long term. • Suggestion to include traffic and transportation experts noted• Comprehensive mobility plan could be considered as part of Mobility Management Plan • Involvement of citizens in Mobility Management would be taken forward
13 Ashok Sharma 16.11.2016 Encroachment by shopkeepers • Removal of such encroachment would be handled by MCG. However removal of encroachments has now been included in the Bill
14 Ashok Sharma 16.11.2016 Master Plan Notification of RoW, Widening of Roads • Specific RoW provisions has now been included in theBill
15 Ashok Sharma 19.11.2016 To run low floor buses, footpath should be as Delhi-Dwarka with green trees, crossing should be friendly as per Delhi, responsibility for quality and repair of roads • Noted.
16 B B Gupta 02.11.2016 Separate wing be created in GDA for maintenance & repairs of internal roads; draft already prepared by HIPA be considered • Provision has now been made for maintenance of infrastructure under GMDA• Repair of internal roads would be under MCG• Draft prepared by HIPA has been considered and suitably revised
17 B.N.Sharma 17.11.2016 Not to adopt the Regional Plan 2021 formulated by NCR Planning Board under NCR Planning Board Act,1985 blindly. It be rectified in accordance with Regional Plan 2021, published under Act ibid. Related matter is pending in the Hon’ble Apex Court as per news dated 22.02.2013. • GMDA Master Plan would be in consonance with the Regional Plan prepared by NCRPB. • States, and not NCRPB, canprepare the Sub Regional Plans under NCRPB Act 1985
18 Boss Singh 02.11.2016 Full time Vice chairman and Secretary; Divisional Commissioner as Chairman • Full time CEO for GMDA• No role forDivisional Commissioner is expected
19 C M Oberoi 24.11.2016 GDA be a controlling body in planning comprising of a team of officers from DTCP-MCG-HUDA-POLICE-DHVBN-PWD & with representation of public as well as the local MLA & MP as invitee; Adequate staff be sanctioned on the basis of budgetary allocation of funds as per CPWD guide lines. • GMDA can prepare Master plan through a consultative processin accordance with the provision of the Punjab Scheduled Roads & Controlled Areas Act• The Act specifies the process of consultation in which any resident can participate before the finalization of the plan• Process of consultation would be followed while preparing Infrastructure development plan, Urban Environment plan and Mobility management plan.
20 C M Oberoi 24.11.2016 The execution part be held with the executing agency -HUDA for new development-MCG for improvements; Service centers well equipped with staff and machinery for upkeep and maintenance of existing as well as new infrastructure. Noted.
21 Chetan Aggarwal 01.12.2016 Natural infrastructure and natural capital should be given equal or higher footing than built infrastructure; This can also be reflected in the name of the authority – which can be recasted as Gurgaon conservation and Development Authority. • The Bill proposes to make the quality of life as represented by the demands of citizens as the central core. Infrastructure development and sustainable management of the urban environment would have to be promoted side -by-side
22 Chetan Aggarwal 01.12.2016 Include the principles of Carrying capacity, Precautionary Principle, Inter- Generational Equity, as guiding principles for all decision making in the GDA. • These generalprinciples applicable to all matters of environment would have a role while preparing the urban environment plan balancing interests for infrastructure development, Gururgram’sgrowth and preservation of the natural environment
23 Chetan Aggarwal 01.12.2016 Include a specific directive in the GDA bill to identify and allocate a specified percentage of land – say 15% to 20% , as a no construction zone in the master plan, so as to protect the natural infrastructure of Gurgaon for future generations. • While sustainable management of the natural environment would be considered at the time of preparation of the urbanenvironment plan, a specific directive to allocate a percentage of land will have to be assessed in terms of resources availableincluding for land acquisition and development
24 Chetan Aggarwal 01.12.2016 A minimum threshold for land and forests and water bodies may be indicated either in per capita terms, so that these areas are identified with a long term perspective of at least 50 years. • Threshold for land, forest and water bodies would be considered based upon costs involved and resourcesavailable for the purpose.• However urban environment plan will attempt to reach aspiration on green spaces to achieve international standards over a period of time
25 Chetan Aggarwal 01.12.2016 specific mandates for preparing a groundwater recharge and stormwater runoff management plan, a urban forest conservation plan, and ensuring that these plans are prepared prior to the built infrastructure and master plans. • Water conservation hasnow been included as a component of urban environment plan.• Urban forestry mandate is also carried in the Bill.
26 Chetan Aggarwal 01.12.2016 The GDA bill should include a specific mandate that all master/development plans will be prepared in consonance with the current Sub-Regional Plan for the Haryana NCR and the Regional Plan for the NCR and will meet or exceed the environmental safeguards in these plans. • GMDA Master Plan would be in consonance with the Regional Plan prepared by NCRPB. • States, and not NCRPB, canprepare the Sub Regional Plans under NCRPB Act 1985• Policy for land use can be determined in Regional Plan; but land use determination can be done only through Sub-Regional Plans. • Environmental safeguards would form one of the important factors as and when the Master Plan is prepared or revised
27 Chetan Aggarwal 01.12.2016 Changes in draft bill • General comment
28 Col. Maan Singh 23.11.2016 Peripheral green belt to be protected to breath fresh air (sand walk tracks); Tree plantation and save the existing trees to control the increasing pollution; Water harvesting of proper design • Noted, will be dealt with under the urban environment plan
29 Col. Maan Singh 23.11.2016 Upkeep of HUDA Sectors Community Centers; Provision of public toilets to avoid open air defecation; Drainage system to be improved, where not existing to be made • Provision for maintenance of Urban Amenities and properties has now been included in the Bill. However, this would not include community centres in each sector which would vest with the MCG.• Noted for improvement of drainage system.
30 Col. Maan Singh 23.11.2016 CCTV camera at all the Tee-junction and road-crossing duly regulated • Mobility Management Plan will considerinstallation of CCTV cameraswhere required through a consultative process
31 Col. Maan Singh 23.11.2016 Removal of encroachment; Removal of unauthorized construction along NH-8 and on city roads; Proper control on floating population and unauthorized Jhugis; Removal of factories from residential area; Dedicated regular cleaning of drainage system; Police verification of servants and other seeking unauthorized business in Gurgaon; construction in Parks must be removed; Control on Pigs and Monkey menace • Removal of encroachment and unauthorized construction is now specifically provided in the Bill in so far as GMDA is concerned. • Rest are matters of detail requiring enforcement by MCG & Police
32 Col. Maan Singh 23.11.2016 Officials not attending the telephones and their accountability • Accountability mechanisms provided in the Bill
33 Col. Maan Singh 23.11.2016 Own office of GDA and Nagar Nigam at centrally located place keeping in view the approach • GMDA plans to have its own office building at a centrally located place. Site has been chosen.
34 Col. Maan Singh 23.11.2016 Regular cleaning of roads, green belts including all corners; Bandhwadi plant to be made functional • Sanitationwill be remain as a responsibility of MCG. • GMDA will provide city-level facilities including solid waste management including disposal facilities
35 Col. Maan Singh 23.11.2016 Charter of duties among various agencies i.e. HUDA, Nagar Nigam & GDA • Refer to attached statement regarding roles, responsibilities of GMDA, HUDA and MCG
36 Col. Maan Singh 23.11.2016 Population proper accounting and redesign of wards • This is a municipal responsibility as wards form the units for elected representation in the Municipal Corporation.
37 Col. Maan Singh 23.11.2016 Traffic management effectively- timely entry of heavy truck, pollution check up, control of 3-wheelers; Effective local bus service with a local Bus Stand adjacent to General Bus stand; Flyovers and widening of roads (including foot over bridges and walk over crossing); Multilevel Parking at varies places, Improvement at Rajeev chaw including design of a Bus shelter/Olas for inter-state buses, Improvement and redesigning of Bus stand; Three wheelers/Tempo control • Regulating entry of heavy trucks is included as part of traffic management in Mobility Management Plan • Specific mandate included for city bus operations in the Bill• Flyovers, widening of roads etc would also be considered during Mobility ManagementPlan• Parking spaces will also form part of Mobility Management Plan
38 CREDAI 24.11.2016 DEFINITION OF “REASONABLE STANDARD OF LIVING” & IDENTIFICATION OF PARAMETERS FOR SETTING SUCH STANDARDS” • The parameter for measuring the reasonable standards of living would be determined by GMDA from time to time.
39 CREDAI 24.11.2016 URGENT REDRESSAL OF INFRASTRURE NEEDS OF THE CITY • Infrastructure development is one of the key areas of responsibility of GMDA
40 CREDAI 24.11.2016 SINGLE WINDOW’CONCEPT FOR REAL ESTATE SECTOR IN THE CITY • Licensing is not proposed to come within the mandate of GMDA. • Howeverintermediate process such as approval of service plan estimates could be delegated by Govt to GMDA
41 CREDAI 24.11.2016 REMOVAL OF UNAUTHORIZED CONSTRUCTIONS • Removal of encroachments has now been included in the Bill
42 CREDAI 24.11.2016 CURTAILMENT OF ADDITIONAL FEES, CHARGES ETC. ON CITIZENS • General suggestion.
43 CREDAI 24.11.2016 Changes in draft bill • General comment
44 CREDAI 24.11.2016 ALTERNATE USE OF DEFUNCT REVENUE ROADS • Issue needs to be studied in greater detail for a policy decision.
45 Deepak Basu 01.12.2016 send legal notice to people who stick bills on walls • This would come under MCG’s Rules & Regulations
46 Deepak Basu 01.12.2016 standard roads for vehicular population and the pedestrian; Standard BLUE PRINT for the roads ,so that your contractor can maintain an uniform standard and quality; uniform contract with any service provider in case they dug up a standard road for public work, they should leave “as is” at their own cost; citizen-friendly footpaths; plant trees on roadside to curb pollution • Matter of detail. Would be considered when infrastructure development is undertaken
47 Deepak Basu 01.12.2016 sustainable management of traffic violation; training & self-motivation of traffic police • Noted
48 Devendra Kaushik 30.11.2016 Farrukhnagar, Sohna, Taudu, Pataudi, Manesar should be included in the GDA area • The limits of GMDA i.e. the Gururgam Metropolitan Area would bedecided by the Govt after the enactment of the legislation
49 devinder das chopra 27.11.2016 old & new Gurgaon for WOMEN and others, LOCAL BUS service IN the CITY • Public city bus transport has now been included specifically as a mandate of GMDA
50 Devinder das chopra Labor housing should be provided; Plot holders here who have not built their homes here (supposed to do so within 15 years) — these plots should get converted to playfields for the youth girls and boys, parking spaces and other social purposes the population needs in this growing City; Kindly get the many POSTS filled so that the City is served better; challan those who do not pay their property taxes. STOP giving large discounts of 40 % or so to wean the owners to respect the laws of the land. • Suggestion for enforced conversion to playfields is not feasible for acceptance. • The issue of labor housing has not been addressed in the Bill.However, considering the importance of the matter and the necessity to have affordable labor housing for planned and orderly growth of the city, it is proposed to take this up for consideration to decide a course of action • Parking spaces and open spaces are now included in the mandate of GMDA• Other suggestions arematter of detail
51 G.C.Yadav 28.11.2016 Pollution in Gurugram can be controlled to a large extent if a Public Transport Network is established; removable of all diesels operated “three wheelers” from the roads • Public City bus transport has now been specifically proposed as part of mandate of GMDA
52 G.C.Yadav 28.11.2016 penalizing those who are found throwing garbage and other waste on streets/roads and public places; comprehensive plan for putting dustbins at a distance of every 250 meters on all roads • Levy of penalties for the purposes indicated comes under MCG.• Comprehensive plan for SWM will be prepared by GMDA
53 G.C.Yadav 28.11.2016 For providing integrated planning, sustainable development and smooth functioning of the administrative machinery, it is imperative that administration of all agencies involved in the development of Gurugram including the power of “Change of Land Use”(CLU) should come under the administrative control of a single agency i.e. under proposed GDA. • Powers under the Punjab Scheduled Roads& Controlled Areas Act, including the power to grant CLU would be vested in the CEO of GMDA• GMDA will also coordinate with all agencies involved in development of Gurugram
54 Gauri Sarin 22.11.2016 Street Lighting Recommendation • Street lighting would fall inMCG’ssphere of works
55 Gauri Sarin 22.11.2016 Parking at MG road to be fixed by enforcement, zero-tolerance • Enforcement measures to bedetailed in Mobility management plan
56 Gauri Sarin 22.11.2016 Proposal for Grievance redressal • GMDA will establish grievance redressal mechanism on establishment
57 Gauri Sarin 23.11.2016 STREET FURNITURE: Traffic Lights: Need to install smart LED based signals; Street Lights: Sodium, Mercury or LED type fittings; Electrical Wires: All wiring/cables should be put underground; Footpaths: citizen-friendly; Road studs, markers and reflectors (delineators): for road safety; Road Markings – For safe and easy movement of traffic; Zebra Crossings & Foot Over Bridges (FOB)-for pedestrians • Action will be considered under the Mobility Management Plan
58 Gauri Sarin 23.11.2016 Maintaining proper gradient of roads for proper drainage, Presence of gutters with serrated covers along the road, Making concrete roads in low lying areas of the city which are often prone to water logging, Pipes should be used to pass cables below the roads and footpaths, Experts should be deployed to monitor and record road carpeting progress, Strict penalty for the contractor in case of substandard job, HUDA, MCG and Town Planners office to maintain a common emergency number to report matters related to roads and traffic lights • Matters of detail.• Residents Advisory Council to be established with 10-15 citizens and 11 officers. The Council can monitor implementation of works.• Mobility management plan to look into aspects of traffic lights and maintenance too. Common complaint number can be considered.
59 H P Yadav 29.11.2016 More experts / stake holders from public to be incorporated in the various committees, sub – committees / Advisory bodies of Gurugram Development Authority. • The Residents Advisory Council would have 10-15 citizen members from RWAs, civil society, labor, industry, business, commerce and services • GMDA would have 6 experts • Standing Committee will include residents up to 1/3rd of the members
60 H P Yadav 29.11.2016 Lack of clarity on role of Municipal Corporation / HUDA / HSIIDC after formation of Development Authority in Gurugram • Please refer to attached statement of roles of HUDA, MCG and HSIIDC
61 H P Yadav 29.11.2016 Maintenance and development of parks and other open space. • Included under Urban Amenities; Specific provision has now been made for maintenance of all open spaces including parks
62 H P Yadav 29.11.2016 More clarification is required on Allotment and Transfer of Industrial plots under the operation area of Gurugram Development Authority, HUDA / HSIIDC ; Growth of Industrial Areas in non-fertile barren land. • Allotment and Transfer of Industrial plots would be as per HSIIDC norms if the plot is located in HSIIDC area• Planning process will detail the areas set aside for industrial areas selected on the basis of a number of relevant factors.
63 H P Yadav 29.11.2016 Single window clearance of projects related to construction and development. • GMDA will endeavor to provide a single window clearance to industrial projects that generate employment opportunities under the ease of doing business.• Construction projects that require a licence from DG, Town & Country Planning would continue to be dealt with by DGTCP. Intermediate processes could be delegated by State Government to GMDA
64 H P Yadav 29.11.2016 Delhi Metro extension to the Industrial Area like Manesar, Dharuhera and Bawal. Noted
65 H P Yadav 29.11.2016 GDA should be developed as a powerful body for developing Gurugram as a model township; GDA office should be close to NH-8; GDA should also have power to ensure proper implementation of “Right of Services” in all departments related to urban development. • Site for GMDA office is being identified• GMDA would be covered by the Haryana Right to Service Act
66 H P Yadav 29.11.2016 Developing the facilities for managing solid waste management. • SWM has now been included as a componentof Urban EnvironmentPlan
67 H P Yadav 29.11.2016 Development of residential colonies for workers in Industrial Area. • The issue of labour housing has not been addressed in the Bill. However, considering the importance of the matter and the necessity to have affordable labour housing for planned and orderly growth of the city, it is proposed to take this up for consideration to decide a course of action
68 H P Yadav 29.11.2016 Role of representatives from Chambers and Industrial Associations in committees and other bodies of GDA. Residents Advisory Council will have members from Industry, business and services
69 H P Yadav 29.11.2016 Monorail to introduce on various routes; Multi level parking on PPP model • Public transportation in various modes and multi-level parking spaces included in Mobility Management Plan
70 Ignatius Thomas 02.11.2016 Time bound job function. Each concerned officials irrespective of their position be made responsible if job/request/application is not done within the time frame. • Administrative functioning. Noted
71 Ishwar Aggarwal 02.11.2016 Expansion of Metro connectivity, Noted
72 Ishwar Aggarwal 02.11.2016 Pod Transit system, MRTS; SPV Formation • Publictransportation is included in mobility management plan. The nature of such transportation would be decided later
73 J.S. Dhamija 30.11.2016 Authority should have the powers both of licensing and enforcement. • Licensing would be under DGTCP.• Enforcement of law would be with respective bodies as well as GMDA
74 Jasvinder Singh 04.11.2016 Complaint Monitoring System, mobile app based access • Planned in GMDA’s functioning; would be taken up after its establishment
75 Jasvinder Singh 04.11.2016 24 hr Helpline for Garbage burning reporting • Noted.
76 Jasvinder Singh 04.11.2016 Potholes be filled • Noted
77 Jitender Kumar Punia 24.11.2016 Pod taxi – a Big fail Project useless, Scheme, which can never Cover volume game of footfall, focus on proven trusted , smart solution metro only; Metro from Sehrual Border to Manesar , Extending of Huda city centre to Join Sehraul Border to Manesar Line Near Toll , Extending Dwara Line Via GGn Railway station, & Dwarka Express way Up to manesar Noted
78 Jitender Kumar Punia 24.11.2016 Strict Ban on polythene for Efficient working on drainages across city; Full Active 365 Days encroachment team – for all service Road, Bazar, Chowks,etc; Need attention for Payment release of Housekeeping contractor- Which skips cleaning of roads, Frequent cleaning of over flowing dustbins, Need attention for Payment release of Housekeeping contractor- Which skips cleaning of roads, Frequent cleaning of over flowing dustbins; Punishment Mechanism for Defacing Wall , Poles with poster , HR roadways buses , Putting Banner in Front of red light throwing garbage on Roads, • Matters of detail. • Removal of encroachmenthas now been specifically provided for in the Bill• Street-level sanitation would be part of MCG’s mandate
79 Jitender Kumar Punia 24.11.2016 Dissolve MCG & Let It work Under HUDA Only; Study the Existing Process of file moment, steps Relevance /Linkage of approval, implement E approval/Rejection with justification with Stimulated time frame; Upgrade the Process, Points of signing, review approval mechanism; Implement single window for all approvals wherever feasible • Not feasible as MCG draws its existence from a constitutional provision
80 Jitender Kumar Punia 24.11.2016 Heavy & full 12 months Challans on House/shop water drainage on road ; Mandatory to design a drainage grill; Keeping Provision of U Turn in all Existing Roads,& new roads. Keep Margin for Metro Line (weather Metro come or Not , But Keep space on Major roads for future metro Line ) • Improvement of mobility system has now been included in under Mobility management Plan• Enforcement of house/shops drainage on road would be with MCG
81 Jitender Kumar Punia 24.11.2016 Ground Floor parking must , make it Legal, for all 160 gaz huda or society all private Plots & above • This is a matter of Building Byelaws.
82 K. K. Yadav 25.11.2016 Participation of democratically elected people and role in the affairs of Municipal Corporation, needs not to be curtailed at all in any way. • GMDA intends to complement the functioning of the MCG and does not intend to substitute or curtail it
83 K. K. Yadav 25.11.2016 It should be framed as Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) and the plan should be prepared in the framework of Regional Planning expending its areal extent; The draft bill mentions formulation of Citizen Advisory Council, steering and Coordination Committee but the selection of members of the council and committees is left at the will of the Government and the members of the GDA; hence it would hang on political and bureaucratic expediency, further giving rise to favoritism and inefficiency; GDA should address plight of the rural settlements especially falling within the boundary of the Municipal Corporation; The issues of relationship between the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer of GDA and officers of line departments and GDA and their bosses at Headquarter needs clarification in the draft bill. • The Bill is now titled as Gururgam Metropolitan Development Authority Bill.• Process for nomination of members of Residents Advisory Council, Standing and Coordination Committees would be defined by rules. The rules would specify mechanisms.• Integration of rural settlements within the city would be a task for GMDA and MCG to achieve in a coordinated manner• Bill is not the right mechanism to determine issues of relationships. However, jurisdiction is to be made clear. All internal development (now defined in the Bill) would be outside GMDA’s mandate (hence MCG’s sphere of duties) and external development would be GMDA’s duties.
84 K. K. Yadav 25.11.2016 Sometimes the plan is prepared or reviewed within a period of fifteen days and this short period cannot do justice with the overall complexity of a city. Time framework should be clearly mentioned; A separate cell can easily look after the licenses and CLUs at the authority level in the overall interest of devolution of functions, funds and functionaries. • Licenses would be granted by DGTCP• CLUs would be provided be GMDA
85 Lt Col Sushil Kumar Chohan(Retd) 30.11.2016 ‘Sensitive Zone’ notification should be scrapped if possible or amended and suitable plans be made for the development of sultanpur national park region. • Not feasible for acceptance
86 Lt Col Sushil Kumar Chohan(Retd) 30.11.2016 Executive Council should have the power to develop education hubs and townships instead of merely providing consultancy. • GMDA will promote, facilitate and collaborate for social developmentincluding education hubs when required
87 Maanav Awaaz, Manju Jain 23.11.2016 A Citizen Advisory Committee should be formed comprising of office bearers of different registered RWAs, Bar Council, Taxation associations, IMA, media associations, commercial and industrial bodies, social and religious NGOs, etc. Its meeting under the chairmanship of CEO of GDA should be held at least once in two months. • The Residents Advisory Council would have 10-15 citizen members from RWAs, civil society, labor, industry, • The Residents Advisory Council would have 10-15 citizen members from RWAs, civil society, labor, industry,
88 Maanav Awaaz, Manju Jain 23.11.2016 All financial and administrative powers of sanction of project required for development of town should rest with CEO of GDA, services of same nature to whole town to be provided by one department, instead of multiple departments; CEO of authority should ensure effective implementation of the Haryana Right to Service Act-2014 in all departments. • All financial and administrative powers for sanction of projects required for development of town would rest with GMDA• GMDA will be covered under Haryana Right to Service Act
89 Maj Gen C M SETH( Retd) 26.11.2016 GDA should be autonomous body responsible for planning ,execution of new projects of infrastructure and main of existing one . should have jurisdiction on all urban and rural areas of gurgaon. it should also coordinate functioning of admin and law and order. existing MCG be disbanded as it has done nothing. the council should have financial autonomy and need not be dependent on ok from Chandigarh. current form of MCG entails expensive election and there will be Endeavour to recover the cost by each counselor thus leading to unwanted activities • All matters excepting significant policy matters would be decided by GMDA .• The jurisdiction of GMDA extends to Gurugram Metropolitan Area to be decided by Government.
90 Manas Fulorioa 19.11.2016 Explicit goal of reducing air pollution • Difficult to state this as an explicit goal as air pollution depends on several factors including those in the region beyond the boundaries of GMDA. • Therefore, the Bill defines processes to achieve output factors which would reduce air pollution rather than outcome goals.
91 Manas Fulorioa 19.11.2016 Removal of encroachment • Specific provision regarding removal of encroachment has now been made in the Bill
92 Manas Fulorioa 19.11.2016 management of solid waste; • SWM has now been included as a componentof Urban Environment Plan
93 Manas Fulorioa 19.11.2016 to restrict parking in city, sustainable traffic management; construction of roads, bridges, subways, cycle tracks etc. • Specification of parking, traffic management, and construction now included under the Mobility Management Plan
94 Mohit Sharma 21.11.2016 Single window system for all type of emergencies viz. fire, disaster and rescue operations etc., Formation of quick response team. • A common public safety answering point (PSAP) for the emergency response systemhas now been included in Bill.
95 Mridula Ganguly Khanna 28.11.2016 GDA to have a few small-scale Sports complexes in Gurgaon focused on various sports. • Promotion of sports facilities is included in mandate of GMDA
96 Mridula Ganguly Khanna 28.11.2016 GDA to function in the same lines of DDA functioning in Delhi; GDA to launch schemes for affordable housing with certified anti-seismic structures; GDA to launch schemes for sale of plots for construction of individual dwelling units • DDA was established in 1957 and its jurisdiction extends to a limited area. It doesn’t exercise powers in whole of Delhi. • GMDA on the other hand is proposed to be established forinfrastructuredevelopment, urban environmentmanagement, mobility management and planning body for entire area of Gurugram Metropolitan Area. Therefore GMDA cannot be modeled on the lines of DDA• The issue of labor housing has not been addressed in the Bill. However, considering the importance of the matter and the necessity to have affordable labor housing for planned and orderly growth of the city, it is proposed to take this up for consideration to decide a course of action
97 Mukta Naik 30.11.2016 Planning Process: The Advisory Council must also be on board with the final draft before notification. • Master plan would be prepared by CEO in accordance with the provision of the Punjab Scheduled Roads & Controlled Areas Act. • The Act specifies the process of consultation in which any resident can participate before the finalization of the plan• Process of consultation would be followed while preparing Infrastructure development plan, Urban Environment plan and Mobility management plan.
98 Mukta Naik 30.11.2016 Stakeholder mapping • Residents Advisory Council would be formed to associate principal stakeholder entities in monitoring implementation
99 Mukta Naik 30.11.2016 Affordable housing: GDA must explicitly take on the role of coordinating the supply of affordable housing in Gurugram. • The issue of labour housing has not been addressed in the Bill. However, considering the importance of the matter and the necessity to have affordable labour housing for planned and orderly growth of the city, it is proposed to take this up for consideration to decide a course of action
100 NASSCOM 26.11.2016 improvement in physical infrastructure • Infrastructure development is one of the key areas of responsibility of GMDA
101 NASSCOM 26.11.2016 lT Policy & development of innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem • IT to be the basis for GMDA’s functioning; • Innovation &entrepreneurshipecosystem included in new technology areas in the Bill
102 NASSCOM 26.11.2016 Development of sustainable transport and steps for clean air • Mobility management plan would consider all forms of transport and traffic solutions to reduce congestion on roads and make it possible for pedestrians and non-motorised transport to use roads other than expressways.
103 Parvesh C Jethi 24.11.2016 GDA to prepare digitized/GPS surveyed plans with all the physical elements and existing/proposed services; GDA should be responsible to check unauthorized development and controls the enforcement of the building bye Laws as well as Master plan of the city. GDA should also be responsible for approvals and issuing occupancy certificate. Acquiring of land and selling the same to be left to HUDA. • The suggestion has now been included to prepare a geospatial base land and services register• Enforcement of master plan conditions would be the responsibility of GMDA• HUDA will continue with its estate management role including acquisition of land
104 Pravin Khushawa 30.11.2016 Changes in draft bill • General Comment
105 Priya VK Singh 24.11.2016 Since there are a possible 11 official members of the CAC, the citizens nominated should be a minimum of 11 (and not 8). Section 8 must specifically provide for a certain number of women as members. • The Residents Advisory Council would have 10-15 citizen members from RWAs, civil society, labor, industry, business, commerce and services and 11 officials.• The inclusion of women & other interest groups as members would be provided for as in the rules
106 Priya VK Singh 24.11.2016 Environment Minister should be under panel; include waste management and non motorized transport as areas of expertise since these are major challenges • Environment Secretary could be nominated by Govt to GMDA.• Solid waste management has now been included as a component of urban environment management plan• Non-Motorized transport has been defined as a part of Mobility Management
107 Priya VK Singh 24.11.2016 Urban environment should be defined • Urban environment has now been defined in the Bill
108 Priya VK Singh 24.11.2016 Section 18 should make specific reference to native tree species, restoration of water bodies, and a prohibition on the water bodies that remain from being built upon. Solid Waste Management must form an integral part of the EMP, including (1) dealing with the Bandhwari landfill (2) setting up a malba processing plant (3) enforcing waste segregation at source (4) enforcing the ban on plastics and on burning waste. All these are issues on which citizens have been and are actively associated with MCG. • Solid waste management has now been included as a component of urban environment plan• Water conservation hasalso now been included as a component of urban environmentplan• Rest of suggestions are matters of detail, noted.
109 Priya VK Singh 24.11.2016 Section 37 It has been the experience of citizens and citizen groups interacting with MCG and HUDA that there is URGENT requirement of capacity building. The Act must begin with a Vision statement ( clean, green, inclusive Gurugram, benchmarked against well defined international standards) and include a Citizen’s Charter. • Capacity building has now been included in the mandate of GMDA& other organizations of Gurugram. • Preamble has been amended to bring out the vision for development for Gurugram
110 Priya VK Singh 01.12.2016 waste management plan should be prepared • SWM has now been included as a componentof Urban environmentPlan
111 Priya VK Singh 24.11.2016 Section 8(3) Since the CAC is tasked with monitoring the infrastructure, environment and traffic plans, there should be a provision for the citizen members to engage ( at the GDA’s cost) the services of experts who can make meaningful ( and not merely pro forma) monitoring possible. • The experts can be engaged by GMDA and not by members individually. The experts so engaged would report to GMDA.
112 R.S.Rathi, Gurgaon Citizens’ Council (Regd.) 11.11.2016 Citizens participation • Consultative process for preparation of Master Plan, Infrastructure development plan, Urban Environment plan in which all the citizens can participate. Residents Advisory Council would be consulted on Mobility management plan.• The Residents Advisory Council would have 10-15 citizen members from RWAs, civil society, labor, industry, business, commerce and 11 officials• The Residents Advisory Council will advise and monitor the implementation of infrastructure development plan, mobility management plan, and urban environment plan.
113 R.S.Rathi, Gurgaon Citizens’ Council (Regd.) 11.11.2016 up gradation of internal development, to ensure external developments, • Internal development to be taken care of by MCG including in old colonizer areas. External development responsibility would be undertaken by GMDA
114 R.S.Rathi, Gurgaon Citizens’ Council (Regd.) 11.11.2016 Jurisdiction within limit of MCG, demarcation of roles by GDA & MCG, To handle approvals earlier handled by T&C Planning, priority over pending works, and abolition of Lal Dora system • MCG to handle all internal development works; GMDA will handle infrastructure development, mobility management, urban environment and all city-level facilities.• Prioritization would be decided after establishment of GMDA
115 R.S.Rathi, Gurgaon Citizens’ Council (Regd.) 11.11.2016 smooth water supply • Water Supply infrastructure would be included in Infrastructure Development Plan• Internal development would be within ambit of MCG
116 Ram Mohan 24.11.2016 GDA should learn from NOIDA for developing infrastructure of the city; all existing agencies should be amalgamated into the Gurgaon Development Authority (GDA), which should be totally responsible for the development, growth, management and administration of the Gurgaon District. No file need to travel to Chandigarh for getting routine clearances, which often takes months, resultantly the citizen of Gurgaon suffer. • NOIDA is not the right model as there is no municipal body in NOIDA under aconstitutional exemption for Industrial Townships• Exerciseof powers &performance offunctions by GMDA are defined in Bill. • All matters excepting significant policy matters would be decided by GMDA .• GMDA will be responsible to the Govt for its functioning.
117 R.C. Goel 08.11.2016 Introducing “Microwave Steam Plasma Gasification of Solid municipal waste” • Selection of appropriate technology for SWM would be done under Urban Environment Plan
118 R.C. Goel 08.11.2016 Cycle track (from Golf Course road) on road in front of Paras Hospital is used as parking by taxi drivers, creation of more cycle tracks to bring the culture of cycling in place of autos/ buses. • Noted. • Non-motorized transport has now been included indefinition of mobility and would be covered by mobility management plan
119 Ramanand yadav 29.11.2016 Changes in draft bill • General comment
120 Ravi Kapoor 28.11.2016 Curb Air pollution • Air pollution, to the extent that mitigating factors are within the limits of Gurugram, would be considered in urban environment plan• Air pollution depends on several factors including those in the region beyond the boundaries of GMDA. • Therefore, the Bill defines processes to achieve output factors which would reduce air pollution rather than outcome goals.
121 Ravi Kapoor 28.11.2016 Designated hawker zone should be there; Lack of coordination between MCG and Police • MCG will designate hawkers zone• GMDA will perform the task of coordinating with Police & MCG
122 Ravinder Tikoo 14.11.2016 plantation of trees, recreation of children play parks It has now been included in the definition of urban amenities
123 Ravinder Tikoo 14.11.2016 power/water supply, Extension of railway station, bus terminal, Sewerage system, infrastructure around Huda City Centre, provision of fire tenders around Gurugram; cleaning of main holes, drainage pipes and channels; infrastructure in developing Sohna city, removal of head wire • Matters of detail , Action to be considered after establishment of GMDA
124 Ravinder Tikoo 14.11.2016 checking of driving licenses of truck/bus drivers; removal of animals on roads; wash rooms on highway • Enforcement is by Municipal corporation, RTA & Police under existing laws. However mobility management plan with put together enforcement actions
125 Ravinder Tikoo 14.11.2016 Cleanliness of Huda markets • Sanitationwithin HUDA markets will be a responsibility of MCG. • GMDA will provide city-level facilities including solid waste management and disposal
126 Ravinder Tikoo 14.11.2016 fly overs, foot over bridges, Service lanes may not be used as parking; providing of traffic and street lights, , solution of congested Sadar Bazar, signal free roads • Specification of parking places included in mandate of GMDA. • Enforcement actions to be taken by RTA, Police and MCG
127 REDCO Haryana 04.11.2016 Request to involve REDCO in RERA Act proceedings • Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Actunder which RERA is to be constituted is a different Act and has nothing to do with the ongoing consultations on the draft GMDA Bill
128 S L Burman 24.11.2016 Every institution; department; agency and any other authority dealing with the matters of urban affairs must come under its purview Not feasible for acceptance given the wide scope and range of legislations under which urban affairs are conducted.
129 Sanjeev Sharma 02.11.2016 Infrastructure deficit, ‘Singapore Model’ • Infrastructure development is one of the key areas of responsibility of GMDA. However model has to be tuned to local needs and aspirations
130 Santosh Malviya 30.11.2016 Issues with tenants of Ggn residing in rental properties • This issue cannot be addressed through GMDA
131 Sarvadaman Oberoi 04.11.2016 GDA contravenes NCRPB and Municipal Local Self-Governance Acts • GMDA will not contravene powers of either the Municipal body or NCRPB
132 Sarvesh Sharma 28.11.2016 follow a transparent procedure for selection and appointment of the Chief Executive Officer; “The Chief Executive Officer shall be ex-officio Secretary to the District Planning Committee.” • CEO to be appointed by Govt not below the rank of Principal Secretary.• Constitution of District Planning Committee follows a separate notification.• However, District Planning Committee would have a formal role in the preparation of the Master Plan by virtue of constitutional mandate
133 Sarvesh Sharma 28.11.2016 Change in draft bill • General comment
134 Sumedha Jain 30.11.2016 Changes in the draft bill • General comment
135 Sumeet Kaka 24.11.2016 solution to all the ills of Gurgaon is form GDA, with a dedicated administrator, who has sweeping powers to take independent decisions irrespective of any interference from Chandigarh • General Comment. It is expected that all matters excepting significant policy matters would be decided by GMDA .
136 Sunil Yadav 24.11.2016 Tenure of the members in citizen advisory committee should there; Preference should be given to technical persons in the committee, so that they can understand the genuine problems of the Govt. Officers. • Tenure would be fixed through regulations
137 Sunil Yadav 24.11.2016 only technical persons having experience in similar field.; No-councilor system; Power dept should be under GDA specially for new projects • Residents Advisory Council to give citizen inputs.• The Residents Advisory Council would have 10-15 citizen members from RWAs, civil society, labor, industry, business, commerce and services and 11 officials • Electricity distribution is done under license granted by HERC under provisions of Electricity Act. • GMDA don’t intend to take a license for electricity supply & distribution to provide electricity services but will coordinate with HVPN and DHBVN for development of electricity infrastructure in Gurugram. • Infrastructure projects in power sector will be vetted by GMDA
138 Sunil Yadav 26.11.2016 There should be no MCG and NO MCG means “No Councilor”. GDA should be a full flagged GDA. Citizen should not run from pillar to post.One maintenance department instead of MCG should be created under GDA it-self. Councilors play politics for their vested interests • Not feasible as MCG draws its existence from a constitutional provision
139 Sunil Yadav 24.11.2016 road tax and registration tax, Advertisement Revenue; Encroachment, Zero Tolerance should be under GDA • Road tax and registration tax are under the Motor Vehicle regulation and taxation laws. Advertisement revenue is collected under municipal laws by MCG• Removal of encroachment has now been specifically provided in the Bill in so far as GMDA is concerned
140 Sunil Yadav 24.11.2016 Licensing should be under GDA; Pollution dept should be under GDA • Licensing is not proposed to fall within the mandate of GMDA. • Licensing would be done by DGTCP by policy applicable across the state uniformly. However intermediate process could be approved/cleared by GMDA, if these powers are delegated.• Control of Pollution is regulated by the Air Act & Water Act by the Haryana State Pollution Control Board established under the provisions of the Water Act
141 Surender Wazir 30.11.2016 this body should not be a monitoring agency, but a powerful authority to analyze ,suggest & get the plans implemented for development of Gurgaon. • GMDA would, prepare plans, implement infrastructure projects, provide city-level urban amenities, manage mobility and the urban environment, coordinate with other authorities and maintain.
142 Surender Yadav, Rural Development Panchayat Sangh 23.11.2016 All NGOs and villagers to be consulted to prepare a roadmap for the city • Consultative process for preparation of Master Plan, Infrastructure development plan, Urban Environment plan in which all the citizens, villagers, NGOs can participate
143 Surender Yadav, Rural Development Panchayat Sangh 23.11.2016 A green belt in the circumference of the city should be made • Noted, will be considered based on costs involved and resources available under urban environment plan
144 Surender Yadav, Rural Development Panchayat Sangh 23.11.2016 Labor housing should be provided • This issue has not been addressed in the Bill.• However, considering the importance of the matter and the necessity to have affordable labour housing for planned and orderly growth of the city, it is proposed to take this up for consideration to decide a course of action
145 Surender Yadav, Rural Development Panchayat Sangh 23.11.2016 expansion of metro as needed Noted
146 Surender Yadav, Rural Development Panchayat Sangh 23.11.2016 skill development institutions • Promotion of skill development institutions is included in the mandate of GMDA
147 Surender Yadav, Rural Development Panchayat Sangh 23.11.2016 Khedki toll should be shifted to Bilaspur chowk • Not part of Bill. However, noted for future consideration
148 Surender Yadav, Rural Development Panchayat Sangh 23.11.2016 Villages under Municipal Corporation should be made tax-free • Not feasible for acceptance
149 Surender Yadav, Rural Development Panchayat Sangh 23.11.2016 Solid waste should be properly managed and disposed off • SWM has now been included as a component of Urban Environment Plan
150 Surender Yadav, Rural Development Panchayat Sangh 23.11.2016 CEO to take all decisions rather than sending file to Chandigarh; HUDA, HSIIDC, MCG, Power dept to be under GDA • All matters excepting significant policy matters would be decided by GMDA .• MCG functions under the strength of a constitutional provision. It cannot be made subordinate to GMDA• Electricity distribution is under license granted by HERC under provisions of Electricity Act. • GMDA don’t intend to take a license for electricity supply & distribution to provide electricity services but coordinate with HVPN and DHBVN for development of electricity infrastructure in Gurugram. • Infrastructure projects in power sector will be vetted by GMDA
151 Surender Yadav, Rural Development Panchayat Sangh 23.11.2016 CEO should have a tenure of at least 3 years in GDA • Tenure of CEO cannot be fixed as such.
152 Surender Yadav, Rural Development Panchayat Sangh 23.11.2016 proper maintenance of roads and drainage system • Provision has now been made for maintenance of roads under GMDA
153 Surender Yadav, Rural Development Panchayat Sangh 23.11.2016 provision of city bus-service • Specific mandate included for city bus operations in the Bill
154 Surender Yadav, Rural Development Panchayat Sangh 23.11.2016 Transport nagar should be made to solve issues of Traffic jams • Issue would be studied along with HUDA and MCG for resolution. GMDA will take the responsibility for the coordination
155 Surender Yadav, Rural Development Panchayat Sangh 23.11.2016 Dams should be constructed to improve ground water • Water conservation has now been included as a component of Sustainable management of urban environment Plan
156 Vijay Bhardwaj 15.11.2016 constitution of advisory council • The Residents Advisory Council would have 10-15 citizen members from RWAs, civil society, labor, industry, business, commerce and 11 officials
157 Vijay Bhardwaj 30.11.2016 It must have one advisory council with chief Advisor , deputy chief advisor & members of below back ground, they should meet minimum one meeting in one monthi. Two retired professorj. Two chief Engineer Retiredk. Two retired judgel. Two Ex councilorm. Two Ex MLA.n. Two Retired IPS officer.o. Two women class-1 officer retired. • Suggestion not found appropriate for acceptance• The Residents Advisory Council would have 10-15 citizen members from RWAs, civil society, labor, industry, business, commerce and services.
158 Vijay Bhardwaj 15.11.2016 Authorized signatory in GDA , Autonomous body with CM as Chairman, appointment of Chief Administrator etc. by CM, development minister and leader of opposition of legislative assembly, • Composition of GMDA is indicated in the Bill• CEO would be appointed by State Govt.• CEO or any other officer to whom the CEO delegates his powers would be the authorized signatory
159 Vijay Bhardwaj 15.11.2016 Online system to receive applications • Planned in GMDA’s functioning; would be taken up after its establishment
160 Vijay Bhardwaj 30.11.2016 Very strong & robust Information Technology (IT) system; Provision of all receiving application & issue of any clearance, certificate thru online system only, no direct contact with employee to reduce the corruption; Single window system and online monitoring of the all working, application & complaints. • Bill provides for adoption of IT in the functioning of GMDA. Rest are matters of detail will be taken up on establishment
161 Vijay Bhardwaj 30.11.2016 Stringent citizen charter for the each activity of public interest, with link with the fine to responsible officer. There shall be also reward to officer link with this citizen charter. • Noted, will be considered after establishment of GMDA
162 Vijay Bhardwaj 30.11.2016 Dedicated senior officer (secretary level) to attend the complaint & Grievance • GMDA will establishtechnology based grievance redressal mechanism
163 Vijay Bhardwaj 30.11.2016 Internal vigilance team heading with Retired judge or secretary level officer to to head that department. • GMDA will constitute internal vigilance mechanisms including citizens for monitoring purposes once constituted
164 Vijay Bhardwaj 15.11.2016 Planning of next 5, 10, 20 and 30 years, single window system, Stringent citizen charter, senior officer to attend complaints/grievances, internal vigilance team • Master Plan will be a long-term plan for 10-20 years and infrastructure plan would draw from Master Plan for infrastructure purposes for a shorterspan of 3-5 years.• Accountabilitymechanism is a key-stone element of GMDA. • Internal Vigilance system would be set-up after establishment of GMDA
165 Vijay Bhardwaj 30.11.2016 All authorized signatory to be located in the GDA only, no need to any approval from the Chandigarh & delay the process; There must be planning (individual plans) for next 5 year, 10 year, 20 & 30 year. With provision to review/amend the planning every 2 year. • All matters excepting significant policy matters would be decided by GMDA .• Master Plan will be a long-term plan for 10-20 years and infrastructure plan would draw from Master Plan for infrastructure development for a shorter span of 3-5 years.
166 Vijay Bhardwaj 30.11.2016 Complete system working on the Transparency. • GDMA would ensure transparency and adoption of information technology in its functioning and this has specifically been mentioned in the Bill
167 Vijay Kumar Kalakoti 24.11.2016 There is a acute shortage of government hospitals and heath centers in the city; provision of adequate government hospitals and health centers in the city , at least one primary heath centre should be made in every sector and sufficient numbers of hospitals including specialty / multi specialty and super specialty hospitals should be made in the every part of the city • Affordable hospital established in a promotion, collaborationor facilitation manner has been included in GMDA’s mandate. However, PHCs and health centres will not be in the mandate of GMDA.
168 Vinod Chopra 29.11.2016 The Planning of Gurugram must be based on the needs expressed by the various stakeholders of Gurugram. The short term stakeholders are represented in the board by the people’s representatives – CM / MP / MLA. • Consultative process for preparation of Master Plan, Infrastructure development plan, Urban Environment plan in which all the citizenscan participate. Residents Advisory Council would be consulted on Mobility management plan.• GMDA would have CM as its Chairperson and elected representatives as its members. Infrastructure development plan, Mobility management planand Urban Environment plan would be approved by GMDA.
169 Vinod Chopra 29.11.2016 The city requires responsibility for the proper functioning of its infrastructure. • Infrastructure development is one of the key areas of responsibility of GMDA
170 Vinod Chopra 29.11.2016 Stakeholders Association • The Residents Advisory Council would have 10-15 citizen members from RWAs, civil society, labor, industry, business, commerce and 11 officials
171 Vinod Chopra 29.11.2016 1. Colonies under 5 years old will be completely managed by the licensee (or HUDA, if it creates new colonies) until the 5 year period for completion is over. There will be no scope for extension, unless permitted by the OA (not Town Planning). 2. Colonies OVER 5 years old: will stand automatically suspended; Maintenance in residential colonies: Gurgaon Govt bodies are unacceptable for this task – they have proven to be incompetent, inconsiderate, irresponsible, callous, and arrogant so far.Therefore, the OAs will appoint maintenance agencies or staff for internal maintenance as is suitable to them • Licensing & extension/renewal of license is an action taken by DGTCP under the provisions of the Haryana Urban Areas Regulation and Development Act.• Proposal being submitted to the government for deemed transfer of colonies where RWAs seek transfer• Maintenance of colony areas to be done by MCG on transfer of the colonies.
172 Vinod Chopra 29.11.2016 Planning for the future needs of Gurugram; Clear Division of roles and areas : a) Management of Internal and External infrastructure and b) Governance • Master Plan would take care of future direction of the development• The infrastructure development plan would be the planning instrument for the future needs of Gurugram• Internal development would be managed by MCG, external infrastructure would be under GMDA• Governance would be in accordance with the respective legislations; Revised GMDA Bill will be placed on the website

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