Industrial Townships offer immense opportunities to create innovative economic and employment solutions not as replacement for earlier social values but by inclusion and empowerment of all people including the original landholders as well as all the stakeholders of industries and their allied beneficiaries.
Any proposed development plan must look beyond the financial numbers and their impact on the GDP alone. Beyond creating state of the art infrastructure, accompanying cost advantage through better logistics, greater employability and resultant productivity, focus also should be on creating social inclusivity, ecological responsibility, enhancing human dignity and provide avenues for skill enhancement of all stakeholders while creating a safe industrial environment. These townships must nurture the architecture of democracy by creating a state of the art technological user grid along with creating innovative solutions for such local issues that may be an overhang from the past and are considered as problems.
How to create a socially binding solution that leads to the convergence of needs of villagers, industrial workers, industry, adjacent residential colonies, and the State?
How Industrial area planning can enhance efficiency and productivity of Industrial workers?
How to ensure holistic ecological responsive development?
How to optimize the use of natural resources while enhancing livability index for all?
How to create enhanced employment opportunities for the families of the workforce?
How to create infrastructure solutions that ensure better quality of living, working and playing for all the stakeholders?
How to create economies of scale that can enhance the quality of human life by marginally increasing the costs?
How to create solutions for accessibility for all?
- Effective Land Use & Master Plan
- Issues of Industrial Townships
- Rehabilitation & Relocation
- Worker Amenities & Facilities
- Training & Resource Centers
- Open Space Planning
- Integrated Framework Plan
- Equitable Future
- Social Infrastructure
- Social Hubs
- Equitable Access
- Walk to Work
- Healthy Living
- Waste Water Management
- Storm Water Management
- Energy Management
- Solid Waste Management
- Integrated Street Planning
- Designing Multi-modal Streets
- Eco-Mobility Corridor
- Bicycle Network Plan
- Bus Network Plan
- Light Rail Transit
- Mixed-Use Worker Housing