Morphology, Rehabilitation Architecture of Zero Slums in Bhubaneswar City, India
Current Journal of Applied Science and Technology
A slum is an unplanned and thickly populated residential cluster connoted with poverty and staggering livelihood in urban. Parameters of slums are poor services liveable structure, high density, hazardous location, health, education, and social exclusion secured of tenure. Present work involves the implementation of the zero slum concept of the sustainable development goal (SDG-11). It has been proposed to design and draw with the site plan prepared for 25 Blocks consisting of 998 units over
... 3 Acre and rehabilitate about 3000 slum dwellers out of about 7000 dwellers in distorted Kargil Baste in Bhubaneswar in central areas of BBSR between the airport and south eastern railway line. The methodology involves identification of present slums and the proposed rehabilitation area by GIS and RS approach, insitu demographic survey, soil survey, large map, and the design and drawing using AUTO CAD, STAD PRO, and scheduling by MS software. The cutting-edge concept of zero slums can be possible when part of the present slum areas are rehabilitated by the federal Municipal Corporation at zero cost houses, interim transits shed for newcomers, and provide affordable compartments at cost along with the redevelopment of existing slums giving land rights. The fragmented cluster-wise rehabilitation as free allocation; at concessional price or sale at low-cost 2-BHK's are considered as choices.